Mahindra’s newest SUV Scorpio-N has taken the nation by storm and with every passing day more and more buyers are queuing up in front of the dealerships to get their hands on this vehicle. The company has already garnered over 1.5 lakh reservations for the model and most of them belong to the base Z2 and Z4 variants. So in order to provide customers with more options the company has added five new variants.
India’s largest utility vehicle manufacturer has added two petrol and three diesel variants for the Scorpio-N. It has introduced the Z2 G MT E and Z2 D MT E variants for its base Z2 model and it has also debuted the Z4 G MT E, Z4 D MT E, and Z4 D MT 4WD E variants for the mid-level Z4 model. As for the pricing of these newly launched variants, Z2 G MT E and Z2 D MT E will have a price of Rs 12.49 lakh and Rs 12.99 respectively. Meanwhile, the Z4 variants – Z4 G MT E, Z4 D MT E and Z4 D MT 4WD E have been priced at Rs 13.99 lakh, Rs 14.49 lakh and Rs 16.94 lakh. All of the above mentioned prices are ex-showroom prices.
In terms of feature upgrades, Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and Hill Hold Assist will now be available on the new Scorpio N Z2 G MT E petrol and Z2 D MT E diesel models. Previously Electronic Stabitly Control (ESC) and Hill Hold Assist were available on the Z4 six-speed torque converter automatic transmission equipped variants, however now these two functions are also available on the petrol and diesel six-speed manual gearbox equipped variants.
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Furthermore, cooled glove box, middle row air conditioning module, height-adjustable driver seat with lumbar support, cruise control, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility, second row USB charger, electrically adjustable outside rear view mirrors, etc. are a few of the Z4 variants new features.
Apart from these no other mechanical changes have been made. The Scorpio-N is available with two engines: a 2.2 litre mHawk turbo diesel with 130 Bhp-300 Nm, 172 Bhp-370 Nm, and 172 Bhp-450 Nm levels of tune, and a 2 litre mFalcon petrol with 197 Bhp-370/380 Nm stages of tune. Both engines are available with six-speed manual or torque converter automatic transmissions. Only the top-tier diesel model, however, has a four-wheel drive transfer case as an option. The other trims, including the petrol trims, are all rear wheel drive.
In terms of equipment, Mahindra has packed the SUV full of both safety and luxury features. The Scorpio-N comes equipped with multiple driving modes, front, side, and curtain airbags, downhill assist, a reverse camera, a powered driver’s seat, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, connected car technology, a push start-stop button, dual-zone automatic climate control.
The Scorpio-N also gets a front camera, an SOS button, drowsiness detection for the driver, the option of captain chairs in the middle row, a 7-inch TFT MID in the instrument panel, a single-pane sunroof, a 12-speaker Sony 3D surround sound system, and many more features.
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