With the popularity of Mahindra’s latest SUV, the Scorpio-N, more and more customers are queuing up outside the shops to buy it. The firm has already booked over 1.5 lakh bookings for the vehicle, most of which fall within the Z2 and Z4 base trim levels. As a result, the business has added five more versions to provide more choices to customers.
For the Scorpio-N, the automaker has added two petrol and three diesel options. Its entry-level Z2 model released the Z2 G MT E and Z2 D MT E variants. The mid-range Z4 model introduced the Z4 G MT E, Z4 D MT E, and Z4 D MT 4WD E versions. The Z2 G MT E and Z2 D MT E will be priced at Rs. 12.49 lakh and Rs.12.99 respectively for these recently released models. The Z4 G MT E, Z4 D MT E, and Z4 D MT 4WD E models are priced at Rs 13.99 lakh, Rs 14.49 lakh, and Rs 16.94 lakh, respectively. (All ex-showroom prices)
The new Scorpio N Z2 G MT E petrol and Z2 D MT E diesel models now come with Hill Hold Assist and Electronic Stability Control (ESC), two feature enhancements. Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and Hill Hold Assist were previously only available on Z4 models equipped with six-speed torque converter automatic transmissions. However, both these features are now also available on the six-speed manual transmission-equipped petrol and diesel variants.
Additional new features for the Z4 variants include a cooled glove box, middle-row air-conditioning module, height-adjustable driver’s seat with lumbar support, cruise control, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility, second-row USB charger, rear can be electrically adjusted out of See mirrors etc
Other than these, no mechanical adjustments have been made. Two engines are offered for the Scorpio-N: a 2 liter mFalcon petrol with 197 bhp-370/380 nm states of tune and a 2.2 liter mHawk turbo diesel with 130 bhp-300 nm, 172 bhp-370 nm, and 2.2 liter m-hawk turbo diesel. 450 nm surface of tune. Both engines can be mated to a torque converter automatic transmission or a six-speed manual transmission. The top-tier variant is the only diesel vehicle to have a four-wheel drive transfer case as an option. Rear-wheel drive is standard on all other trims, including the petrol variants.
Mahindra has equipped the SUV with luxury and safety features in terms of equipment. Multiple driving modes, front, side and curtain airbags, downward assist, a reverse camera, a powered driver’s seat, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, connected car technology, a push-start-stop button, and dual-zone automatic. Climate control. All are standard on the Scorpio-N.
A front camera, an SOS button, drowsiness detection for the driver, a choice of middle row captain’s chairs, a 7-inch TFT MID in the instrument panel, a single-pane sunroof, a 12-speaker Sony 3D surround sound system, and more. More innovations are also included in the Scorpio-N.