New Mahindra Scorpio Classic Launched at Starting price of Rs 11.99 Lakh for S- Variant

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Mahindra finally released the Mahindra Scorpio Classic in India, at an introductory price of Rs. 11.99 lakh on 11th August. The SUV is offered in the S and S11 variants. Additionally, consumers can select from five colour options: Napoli Black, Red Rage, Pearl White, D’sat Silver, and Galaxy Grey (new).

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Mahindra Scorpio Classic: Exterior

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The new fascia has a reworked grille with vertical chrome slats, as well as smaller fog light housings, smaller LED DRL housings, and a conspicuous silver skid plate. The “twin peaks” trademark insignia is central to Scorpio’s revised design.

The vehicle receives dual-tone side cladding on the sides, with “Scorpio” badging on the front door. The car is equipped with a pair of 17-inch alloy wheels that are finished in dual silver and black. Black roof rails and wheel arches are also added to the vehicle.

The D-shaped taillights and vertical reflectors above them are the only significant improvements to the rear area. A Scorpio Classic insignia is also included on the vehicle’s tailgate as part of the recent modification.

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Mahindra Scorpio Classic: Interior Design and Features

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The Mahinda Scorpio Classic gets luxurious quilted upholstery, a console with a traditional wood pattern, and a two-tone beige and black theme. The car has a Scorpio badge below the air conditioning vent on the passenger side. The dashboard, door pads, and steering wheel now have gloss black inserts in place of the silver highlights. The S model also comes in a nine-seat configuration, in addition to the seven-seat version. Additionally, the SUV now has extra features, including front seat armrests and second-row AC vents.

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The Scorpio Classic has a leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear lever, a new phone holder slot, and larger cubbyholes on the inside. The new Scorpio comes with a reverse parking camera with dynamic assist, a one-touch lane change indicator, auto window roll-up, a six-inch touch screen infotainment system with Bluetooth/ CD/ DVD/ USB/ Aux, a driver information system, steering mounted audio and cruise controls, cushion suspension and anti-roll technology, and a shift-on-the-fly 4WD system. Intellipark, tyre-tronics, rain and light sensors, micro hybrid technology, a gear shift indicator, and a voice assist system are all included in the SUV.

The Scorpio Classic’s longer power window is another intriguing feature. It also allows the driver to access and utilise the power window controls for up to 25 seconds after turning off the ignition. In case you forgot, it also rolls up the driver’s side window when you lock the doors. However, this function is only available on the driver’s side window, so keep the other three in mind.

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Mahindra Scorpio Classic: Safety

Front dual airbags, ABS, panic brake indication, collapsible steering column and side intrusion beams, engine immobiliser, anti-theft alert, and seat belt reminder lamp are among the many safety features included in the new Scorpio Classic. The car also has a speed alert and an automatic door lock.

Mahindra Scorpio Classic: Engine and transmission

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The new Mahindra Scorpio Classic is powered by a 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine producing 140bhp/320Nm and mated to a six-speed manual transmission. According to the firm, the new sixth generation Borg Warner turbocharger combined with the new simple shift 6-Speed transmission optimises performance, cruises on highways in overdrive, and saves gasoline.

Mahindra Scorpio Classic: Competitors

The revised Scorpio continues to compete with the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, and Nissan Kicks.

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