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Mahindra Marazzo looks adventure-ready in this render image

Mahindra’s latest product in the market, the Marazzo, has caught a lot of attention. The all-new vehicle from the brand offers a long list of new features and a refreshing design. At the launch, Mahindra revealed that there will be a range of official accessories available for the new vehicle.  Here is a rendered image of the vehicle that shows the rugged, rough-and-tough side of the vehicle.

Marazzo 1

The image shows that the Marazzo has been given a very protective look with thick plastic cladding around. The front bumper gets a skid plate with a thick plastic protector. There is cladding on the side of the Marazzo too that saves the body from any damage. At the front, the vehicle features a larger lower intake with chrome elements and repositioned fog lamps. The vehicle also gets bold decals on the bonnet. The fender flares and the new ORVM caps with colour-coordinated design make the Marazzo really good-looking. To complete the looks, the Marazzo runs on wider tyres in new alloy wheels. To carry all the adventure equipment, the rendered Marazzo also gets a closed-type top box mounted on the roof rails.

Officially, Mahindra offers Premium and Executive body kits. These custom kits make the Marazzo unique and very much different from the crowd. The Marazzo gets powered by an all-new diesel engine. The 1.5-litre, four-cylinder engine produces a maximum power of 151 Bhp and a peak torque of 300 Nm. At the moment, Mahindra only offers a 6-speed manual transmission with the Marazzo that powers the front wheels of the vehicle.

The MPV comes with a long list of features too. It gets projector headlamps, LED DRLs, 17-inch alloy wheels, roof-mounted air vents, 7-inch touchscreen infotainment with GPS navigation and Android Auto. It also gets disc brakes on all the four wheels and dual airbags as standard across all the variants. The Mahindra Marazzo is priced from Rs. 9.99 lakhs and the most expensive version is priced at Rs. 13.9 lakhs. In the meantime, here is our walk-around video of the Marazzo

Source: IAB