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New Mahindra Marazzo spied inside out – Engine start stop button on steering wheel

Earlier this week, we reported how the new Mahindra Marazzo test mule was spied featuring new puddle lamps fitted under large OVRMs. Now, the Toyota Innova Crysta rival MPV has been leaked in spy shots like never before.

The images clearly show the Marazzo’s exteriors as well as interiors. Its new front grille design is evident, so is its tail section. Launch date is scheduled for 3rd September 2018 while bookings of shark inspired MPV open at company showrooms.

Engine start-stop button on steering wheel.

Mahindra Marazzo sports the new grille with a U shaped center piece with the Mahindra logo. The central section is flanked by flattened D shaped pieces which are tilted at an angle. The grille gets chrome accents offering a premium finish while its altogether different design is testimony of the fact that the new Mahindra Marazzo is designed from the ground up.

Mahindra and Mahindra have opened bookings for the new Marazzo. The company will be creating a new zone inside company dealerships so as to offer customers a premium viewing and buying experience where the new premium MPV is concerned.

2018 Marazzo will be offered in a 7/8 seater configuration. The 7 seater model will sport captain seats in the middle row and 8 seater model with a foldable bench seat of 40:20:40 split. The Marazzo will sport double barrel projector headlamps, new alloy wheels, large ORVMs, shark inspired tail lamps and arrow head design cluster.

Launch on 3rd Sep.

The cabin is done up in black and beige color scheme with a grey colored dashboard panels. It will be seen with a touchscreen infotainment system with central air conditioning vents and a roof mounted air conditioning unit. In terms of safety it will get airbags, ABS, EBD and rear parking sensors which will be offered as standard.

Mahindra Marazzo will be powered by a 1.5 liter, 4 cylinder diesel engine offering 130 hp power and 300 Nm torque mated to a 6 speed manual gearbox. It could be priced from Rs 11 lakhs for the base variant, going up to Rs 15 lakhs for its top end model. At these prices, it will undercut its two rivals, Toyota Innova Crysta and Tata Hexa by Rs 4-5 lakhs and by Rs 1-2 lakhs respectively.

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