Mahindra Marazzo aims to be a premium luxury MPV for India. It is bigger than the Maruti Ertiga, but smaller than the Innova Crysta. At the same time, it is more expensive than the Ertiga, but cheaper than the Innova Crysta – thereby finding itself a sweet spot in the Indian auto industry’s MPV segment.
At the launch event in Nashik earlier this week, Mahindra not only showcased the regular variant of Marazzo, but they also showcased DC inspired Marazzo and an accessorized Marazzo. We spoke about the DC Marazzo in the previous post. In this post we will share details about the accessorized Marazzo.
Mahindra Marazzo MPV is offered in a 7 or 8 seater setup. Either of the variants can be customized, as per the customer’s choice. You can chose from a wide-range of accessories like new floor mats, premium luggage carrier on roof from Sweden, extra chrome inserts, leather steering wheel, leather seats with Marazzo badge, foldable tray with cup holder and so on. The 7 seater Marazzo will get captain seats with individual arm rests for the second row while the 8 seater model will get a bench type seat.
Its interiors, done up in a black and beige color scheme, will be seen with an infotainment system positioned on its central console and will not be of the floating type. It will also get roof mounted, central air conditioner and buttons on the steering wheel for the infotainment system. Safety features will include rear parking sensors, air bags and ABD with EBD as standard.
Other features on offer include puddle lamps, 17” twin spoke alloy wheels and shark inspired front grille. With the top spec variant being spied on test wearing the M8 badge, other exterior elements have also been detailed. Mahindra Marazzo boasts of an all round body cladding except on wheel arches. It gets triangular fog lamp clusters with LEDs, vertically stacked C shaped LED tail lamps, large rear window with wiper and a chrome strip at the bottom, just above the number plate.
Engine specifications on the Mahindra Marazzo include a 1.5 liter, 4 cylinder diesel engine offering 121 hp power and 300 Nm torque mated to a 6 speed manual gearbox. For a detailed comparison between the Mahindra Marazzo and rivals Ertiga, Innova, Hexa, read our post here.