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Mahindra Scorpio N Sunroof Leaks Water – SUV Parked Under Waterfall

Why Taking Your Scorpio N SUV Under a Waterfall Could Be a Bad Idea

Mahindra Scorpio N Sunroof Leaks
Mahindra Scorpio N Sunroof Leaks. Image – Arun Panwar

Taking a road trip is an exciting adventure, but what if it turns risky despite proper precautions. Recently, a YouTuber’s Scorpio N sunroof leaked after he parked it under a waterfall, highlighting potential hazards of a water leak. We will explore the damages that can occur when water leaks into a vehicle, and why the sunroof may have leaked.

Water leaks can cause damage to various roof-mounted features. In this instance, watching the sopping cabin lamp and roof-mounted speakers are a sad scene. In reality, damages don’t stop there. Water can seep into the electrical and electronic components of the vehicle.

Why Did the Sunroof Leak?

For sunroof fitment, precision, water-tightness glue and a rubber seal are necessary to make sure there are no leakages. And in this instance it seems that application failed. It’s crucial to ensure proper application during production, followed by inspection to identify and fix any potential leaks before the vehicle is dispatched.

Taking your Scorpio N SUV under a waterfall might seem like a fun adventure, but it can cause significant damage to your vehicle. Atleast it did here. Wondering what you can do in such a situation on road trips? As with any potential issue, seek professional help at the earliest.

Water leaks into the cabin increases risks of short circuits and electrical fires. When water leaks into a car from the roof, it can cause several damages and issues. Water damage to upholstery, electrical components, and other parts.

Water is a leading cause of corrosion and rust, which can lead to weakened structural integrity. If the water is not dried properly, it can cause mould and mildew to grow in the car, which can cause health problems and unpleasant odours. And this Scorpio N is quite so drenched. A visit to the service centre is inevitable.

Scorpio N Huge Demand

Scorpio-N has been making waves in the market. However, long waiting periods for certain variants have been a major concern for buyers. Z2 and Z4 variants have the longest waiting periods, ranging from 52 to 65 weeks. Z8 L automatic variant has the shortest waiting time at 24-26 weeks. Z6 and Z8 have a waiting period of 55-60 weeks.

Long waiting periods for certain variants suggest that the demand continues to be high. However, this also highlights the need for Mahindra to address production and supply chain issues to meet the demand. As the market for SUVs in India continues to grow, as a leading SUV manufacturer, Mahindra needs to ensure that it stays competitive by addressing the concerns of its buyers.

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