Mahindra Scorpio

Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 9,99,995 - ₹ 16,37,094
* Delhi. May vary.


Body Type SUV
Fuel Type Diesel
Shades Pearl White, Napoli Black, Molten Red, Dsat Silver
ARAI Certified Mileage 15.4 kmpl
Top Speed (KMPH) 165 kmph
Official Tagline Torque of the Town
Engine Displacement 2179 cc
Transmission Type Manual
Maximum Power 140 HP @ 3750 rpm
Maximum Torque 320 Nm @ 1500-2800 rpm
Engine Description 2.2L mHawk VGT with Intercooler, 4 Cylinder, Diesel
Gearbox 6-Speed Manual
No. of Cylinders 4
Drivetrain 4x4
Overall Length 4456 mm
Overall Width 1820 mm
Overall Height 1995 mm
Wheelbase 2680 mm
Ground Clearance 165 mm
Kerb Weight 2610 kg
Seating Capacity 7 / 8
Number of Seating Rows 3 Rows
Number of Doors 5 Doors
Boot Space 460 litres
Fuel Tank Capacity 60 litres
Front Brakes Caliper Type, Ventilated Disc
Rear Brakes Drum Type
Front Suspension Double Wish-bone Type, Independent Front Coil Spring
Rear Suspension Multi Link Coil Spring Suspension with Anti-roll Bar
Front Tyre 235/65 R17
Rear Tyre 235/65 R17
Alloy Wheels
Wheels 5-Spoke Alloy Wheels
Tubeless Tyres
Tyre Size R17
Steering Mounted Controls
Air Conditioner Automatic Temperature Control
Power Steering
Rear Washer & Wiper
Cruise Control
Rain Sensing Wipers
Power Windows
Accessory Socket Front & Second Row
Side Cladding Body Coloured
Body Coloured Outside Mirrors
Body Coloured Door Handles
Puddle Lights
Body Coloured Bumpers
Rear Spoiler
Tyre Pressure Monitoring system
Airbags 2
Rear View Camera
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
Engine Immobilizer
Speed Sensitive Door Autolock
Anti-theft Alarm
Central Locking Remote
Projector Headlamps
Lead Me To Vehicle Headlamps
DRLs (Daytime Running Lights) LED Eyebrows
Follow Me Home Headlamps
ORVM Turn Indicators
Music System 6-inch Touchscreen
AUX Compatibility
USB Compatibility
DVD Playback
CD Player
GPS Navigation System
Bluetooth Compatibility

Mahindra Scorpio Review

30 Jul, 2015 04:43 PM


India's own SUV maker, Mahindra & Mahindra limited has taken a further step by presenting the new generation Scorpio, which proves the designing ability of the company. Scorpio has always been a favourite of SUV lovers and the new introduction had made a great impact on the others in the competition. The new offering proves its worth for each rupee spend on it and comes with a perfect balance of style, technology and most importantly utility.


The full sized SUV has no excuses on its exterior styling. The front has gone under a whole new level of transformation, leading to a massive aggression filled machine. Nothing looks overdone and the newly added projector headlamps with sharp LED eyebrows suit its body design. The front grille gets claw marks in its design and the use of chrome has been selectively done on the grill. The hood gets a scoop which looks genuine and perfectly placed. The car gets new alloy design, distinguishing the genes from others in the competition. Rear gets the new LED taillights, making the car look more futuristic and upmarket. The rear license plate arena gets a black outline, with body colored handles all around the doors.


The Scorpio gets a dual tone Blue-Grey interior, looking perfect on to the SUV. The interior is spacious and gets front facing seats for the first 5 passengers and seats facing each other for the last 2 passengers. The dashboard looks premium and brings all the required features to the SUV. It comes with a feature loaded steering wheel and Scorpio badging on the left side of the dash. The placement of air vents are normal and come with chrome finish on the corners. The provision of separate armrests for both the front seats and the rear center armrest makes it look more premium than others in the segment.

Instrument Cluster

The Scorpio comes with an impressive instrument console which gives 3D effect from the first glare. Left side of the console has a tachometer reading up to 7000 rpm and ride side gets a speedometer. Both of them are separated by driver information display, which is fully loaded with information about the fuel, temperature, current gear, clock and many more options. The lights surrounding the console are the basic indicators including the handbrake, low fuel, high beam, battery, airbag, ABS, indicators, immobilizer and the door open warning. Scorpio comes with a technology rich approach and pleases the driver with its highly dedicated console.

Engine & Gearbox

The Scorpio comes with a pure diesel heart, the 2179 cc m-Hawk, 4-cylinder engine, and variable geometry turbocharger with intercooler. The SUV produces 120 BHP @ 4000 rpm and 280 NM @ 1800-2800 rpm. The engine gets two transmission options, a 5-speed manual gearbox and a 6-speed automatic gearbox. The Scorpio comes in RWD and AWD options, making it a true SUV by heart. The company claims the mileage of the Scorpio to be 15.4 kmpl.

Comfort & Safety

The Scorpio provides the passengers with an ease of fully automatic climate control, making every ride as comfortable as possible. It comes with a tough suspension, making each obstacle feel normal to the passengers. The 6 inch touchscreen infotainment adds spice to the passengers ride through its high input options of USB, AUX, CD, Bluetooth and iPod connectivity. Power outlets on first and second row of seats make it easy to charge devices on the way. Tyre pressure measuring system provides relief from regular tyre checking stops and warns in case of air loss. The safety is enhanced by the rigid and enforced structure of the SUV. It also gets ABS and an anti-roll bar in the rear suspension. It comes with rear parking sensors and airbags for further ease of mind.


The Scorpio is being offered in a total of 11 variants. The base S2 variant gets a different 2.5 L low performance engine, also offered in the Thar DI. The other 10 are feature loaded offerings with the names S4, S4+, S4+ AWD, S6, S6+, S8, S10, S10 AWD, S10 automatic RWD and S10 automatic AWD. The higher end variants are technologically rich and flaunt more external features than the others also.


The Scorpio is available in Diamond White, Fiery Black, Mist Silver, Molten Red and Regal Blue shade. All the colors are beautiful and the most selling one comes out to be the Diamond White.

Ex-showroom Price

The most expensive one is the AWD automatic version, with the m2DICR S2 being the least expensive. You can get the automatic version in both RWD and AWD options in the topmost trims.


Scorpio has been built to last. It makes a muscular impression and brings a lot of technology to the customers. The last row of seats is not what everyone expects and its dashboard appeal is a bit less flashy according to its overall image. Rear disc brakes would have been a better addition and a 6-speed manual would have made it more charming. Rest, everything seems more than expected. Performance is much better, on-road and off-road. The Indian SUV makes a mark.

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