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2018 Mahindra Marazzo puddle lamps spied – Bookings, test drive at dealer open

Mahindra Marazzo launch is scheduled for 3rd September, 2018. Ahead of launch, plenty of Mahindra Marazzo MPV spyshots have emerged, including a set from night testing. Ready to take on Toyota Innova Crysta and Tata Hexa, this is a new segment for Mahindra.

With the exception of an introductory price list, the vehicle is expected to be in the range of competitors offerings. The most recent Mahindra Marazzo test mule spied features puddle lamps fitted under large OVRMs in Mahindra’s all new offering.

Puddle lamps seen clearly in the new images, lighting the area where you set foot while entering or exiting the car.

The MPV seats 7/8 depending on seat configuration. A 7-seater model features captain seats in the middle row, and 8-seater model with a foldable bench seat in a 40:20:40 split. Drawing inspiration from a shark, Mahindra has since name revelation, regularly revealed bits of the car giving all and sundry a fair idea of what to expect.

Up-front, one’s greeted by fairly wide double barrel projector headlamps and a 7 chrome slats grille below which sits a central airdam. The Marazzo also sports a set of new sporty alloy wheels with large ORVMs, and here we can also see the long profile of the MPV. Test mules have been fitted with standard 6 petal/ 5 split/ 6 split alloy wheels.

Bookings open. Test drive starts.

Mahindra Marazzo LED taillamps are shark-tail inspired for an arrowhead design cluster that ends on the side panel rather than a column cluster. The cabin is decked in beige with dual tone black and grey dashboard panels. A creative released by Mahindra has the touchscreen infotainment system sit under the front central ac vents, a dual guage instrument console centred by a MID unit, and a surround roof-mounted air-con unit.

Mahindra Marazzo is expected to get power from an all new 1.5-litre diesel engine. This will be mated with manual and automatic transmission option. Only a diesel variants are expected to be launched initially. Dealership enquiries reveal pre-launch bookings are being entertained along with test drive requests.

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