Newly launched next generation Mahindra Scorpio (facelift) is built on new 3rd generation ladder frame chassis, which will underpin upcoming versions of Bolero, Xylo and Quanto. New chassis is 6 kg lighter, almost twice stiffer and has new suspension hard points (geometry).
Mahindra has launched new generation Scorpio (facelift) with pretty intense cosmetic makeover compared to earlier (2002) model and contemporary features. Here is detailed investigation of changes and new features in 2014 Mahindra Scorpio and first drive review.
Both Mahindra products, which were showcased at the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo along with many others, Quanto compact SUV with AMT and Mojo 300 cc motorcycle, are due for a launch in early 2015.
Mahindra has issued a brochure of genuine accessories collection exclusive for new Scorpio facelift. A plethora of interior and exterior cosmetic and functional accessories are enlisted.
Mahindra launched Scorpio facelift and Renault launched All Wheel Drive version of Duster recently amplifying buzz in the segment. Here is on-paper technical specification comparison among aforementioned, Nissan Terrano and Tata Safari Storme.
Mahindra Scorpio facelift was launched today in Delhi at a starting price of Rs 8.40 lakhs (ex-showroom). Offered in a new avatar, but the same engine, new Scorpio is now revealed in official wallpapers and brochure online.
Mahindra Scorpio facelift, now available at a base price of INR 7.98 lakhs comes in 6 variants and a host of new and improved features. A TVC to draw attention to these features carries a tagline â€˜Nothing else will doâ€™ and brings to the fore the complete design makeover that the new Mahindra Scorpio bears.
Mahindra has launched new gen Scorpio (facelift) today at starting price of Rs. 7.98 lakhs . There are 6 variants in total with varied features, highest of which is priced at Rs. 11.46 lakhs (ex-showroom Mumbai)