Mahindra and Mahindra today announced the introductory prices for the Automatic and 4X4 variants of the Scorpio-N. The company also announced that the bookings for the new Scorpio-N will be open online and simultaneously at authorised Mahindra dealerships from July 30, 2022, and the deliveries are scheduled to start from September 26, 2022.
The prices for the 4×4 variants will be available at an introductory price of Rs 2.45 lakhs over the respective 4×2 variants and the 4×4 will be available on Z4, Z8, and Z8L diesel variants. It should also be noted that the introductory prices are applicable for the first 25,000 bookings only.
The prices for the Automatic variants start from Rs 15.5 lakh and go up to 21.45 lakh. The base Z4 variant will be available with a sticker price of Rs 15.45 lakh for Petrol AT and 15.95 lakh for diesel AT.
The Z6 AT variant will only be available in diesel and will cost 16.95 lakh.
The prices for the Z8 petrol AT start from Rs 18.95 lakh whereas the Z8 diesel AT will cost 19.45 lakh.
The top-of-the-line Z8L petrol AT has been launched at Rs 20.95 lakh, and the Z8L diesel AT will be on offer at Rs 21.45 lakh.
The 4X4 will be available only in diesel and Mahindra is offering 4×4 in both Manual and Automatic transmission options.
The prices for the diesel MT 4×4 Z4 variant start from Rs 16.44 lakh and the same variant with Automatic transmission is priced at 18.04 lakh.
The Z8 MT 4X4 is priced at Rs 19.94 lakh and the same variant with Automatic transmission is priced at 21.09 lakh.
The top-of-the-line Z8L diesel 4X4 MT has been launched at Rs 21.94 lakh, and the Z8L diesel 4X4 AT will be on offer at Rs 23.09 lakh.
|Petrol MT, 4×2||Ex-showroom price petrol||Petrol AT, 4X2||Ex-showroom price|
|Z4||13.49 lakh||Z4||15.45 lakh|
|Z8||16.99 lakh||Z8||18.45 lakh|
|Z8L||18.99 lakh||Z8L||20.95 lakh|
|Diesel MT, 4X2||Ex-showroom price diesel||Diesel AT, 4X2||Ex-showroom price|
|Diesel MT, 4X4||Ex-showroom price diesel||Diesel AT, 4X4||Ex-showroom price|
|Z4||16.44 lakh||Z4||18.04 lakh|
|Z8||19,94 lakh||Z8||21.09 lakh|
|Z8L||21.94 lakh||Z8L||23.09 lakh|
Talking about the overall design of the new Scorpio-N, it is very different from the earlier generations. At the front, it gets a vertically slatted grille with chrome and a muscular bonnet with strong character lines. The hood scoop is no longer there and it also gets new twin-pod projector LED headlights and the C-shaped LED DRL units shaped like a scorpion’s sting.
The interior gets a coffee brown and black theme that’s constant across the cabin which looks good and unique. It houses vertically-oriented air-con vents and the eight-inch infotainment system with AdrenoX connected car tech with built-in Alexa that uses a Snapdragon SD6 processor for 70+ connected car features. It also gets a 12-speaker Sony system with 3D immersive audio.
The 4×4 drivetrain features a low-range gearbox and mechanically locking differential. Moreover, the Scorpio-N will get frequency selective dampers similar to the XUV700. Penta Link Rear suspension with first in segment WATT’s Linkage will give the Scorpio-N better handling.
Talking about the dimensions, the Scorpio-N measures 4,662 mm in length, 1,917 mm in width, and 1,857 mm in height. The wheelbase has now gone up by 70 mm to 2,750 mm.
The Scorpio-N is offered with two engine options and two transmission choices. There is the 2.2-litre mHawk turbo diesel engine which offers two separate states of tune depending on the variant. The base variant Z2 produces 130 bhp of power and 300 Nm of torque, while in the Z4 and upper variants the diesel motor puts out 172 bhp with 400 Nm of torque. The diesel here gets three driving modes called Zip, Zap, and Zoom.
The petrol is the 2.0-litre mStallion turbocharged engine that produces 200 bhp of power and 380 Nm of max torque.
Transmission options include a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed torque converter automatic for both petrol and diesel engine options. For off-road enthusiasts, there is a 4×4 variant also on offer with the diesel engine only.
The safety features of the new Scorpio-N include 6 airbags, ABS with EBD, ESC, all-wheel disc brake setup, tyre pressure monitoring system, driver drowsiness alert, front and rear parking sensors, roll-over mitigation system, hill hold control, hill descent control, and much more. Although the new Scorpio-N hasn’t been crash tested yet, previous ratings of Mahindra vehicles indicate possibilities of a good rating for this one as well.
There are 7 colour options to choose from – Napoli Black, Everest White, Royal Gold, Deep Forest, Red Rage, Dazzling Silver and Grand Canyon.