Starting at Rs 9.97 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the base S3 trim, the SUV is available in seven-, eight- and nine-seater configurations. The new SUV comes with higher power and torque, new 6-speed transmission, enhanced performance, imposing styling and luxurious comfort.
Checkout the recently launched Mahindra KUV100 NXT! The new model receives a host of cosmetic updates while the biggest highlight is increased power option for the higher S7 and S11 variants. The dual-tone front grille features a 7-slat design that's similar to the Imperio. Coming to the rear end, it has a new tail-lamp cluster with redesigned footstep on the rear bumper.
Its interior has been made plush with premium faux leather seats, faux leather wrapped steering and gear lever, new roof mounted sunglass holder and enhanced storage spaces.
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The 2017 Mahindra Scorpio facelift come with better technological features now like reverse parking camera with dynamic assist, one-touch lane change indicator, projector headlamps with static bending technology and LED eyebrows, 6-inch touch screen infotainment system with GPS navigation in 10 languages, voice assist system and more. Moreover, its new 6th generation Borg Warner Turbo Charger makes the drive peppy and responsive all through. Other safety features include dual front airbags, collapsible steering column & side intrusion beams, panic brake indication, engine immobilizer, Seat belt reminder lamp, Speed alert and Auto door lock while driving.
The S7 and the top of the line variant the S11 will get the revised, more powerful version of the mHawk that now produces 140PS and 320Nm of torque. The S5 and S7 variants are offered with a 2.2-litre, 4-cylinder mHawk diesel engine producing 120 BHP @ 4,000 rpm and 280 Nm @ 1,800-2,800 rpm. Only the S7 and S11 get the new six-speed gearbox, which uses a new self-adjusting clutch that Mahindra claims will call for lower, consistent effort even towards the end of its lifecycle.
Apart from competing with the likes of Renault Duster, Hyundai Creta, Nissan Terrano, and Renault Captur, Scorpio will also have to fight with newly launched Ford EcoSport and Honda BR-V.