Mahindra Scorpio Classic compared with Scorpio N in a walkaround video

Mahindra recently launched the Scorpio N SUV in the market. The SUV was an instant hit and it already has received over 1 lakh bookings. Mahindra did not axe the regular Scorpio. They made minor changes and rebadged it. The SUV is now called Scorpio Classic. Both Scorpio Classic and Scorpio N would be sold in the market. Scorpio N is being offered as a premium SUV while the Scorpio Classic is the rugged looking utilitarian SUV that is aimed at the rural market. Both SUVs are different from each other and here we have a video that shows just that.

The video has been uploaded by Yash9w on their YouTube channel. In this video, vlogger starts by talking about the exterior design of both the SUVs. The front-end of Scorpio N looks slightly more premium while the Scorpio Classic looks rugged. The Scorpio N comes with LED projector headlamps and the Classic gets halogen projector units. Both SUVs get similar type of key fobs and the new Mahindra logo can also be seen on the grille. Scorpio Classic gets a slightly bigger front grille with chrome vertical slats in it when compared Scorpio N.

Mahindra has now added an LED DRL in the Scorpio Classic which was not present in the older model. Scorpio N gets two LED DRLs. One inside the headlamps and the other around the fog lamp. The Silver colour skid plate is common on both the SUV. The bonnet of Scorpio N looks longer. In terms of dimensions Scorpio Classic is taller. Scorpio N is longer and wider. The Classic gets 17 inch alloy wheels while the top-end variant of Scorpio N gets 18 inch units. Scorpio Classic is available in two trims while Mahindra offers multiple variants with Scorpio N.

Mahindra Scorpio Classic compared with Scorpio N in a walkaround video

In the Scorpio N, turn indicators are integrated into the ORVMs while the Classic gets it on the fenders. Scorpio N also gets front and rear parking camera and sensors while the Scorpio Classic only gets reverse parking sensors. At the rear, Mahindra has now revised the tail lamps. It now gets a pillar lamp which once used to come with older generation Scorpio. The Scorpio N comes with a very premium looking LED tail lamps with sweeping LED turn indicators.

Without any doubt, Scorpio N offers a much more premium cabin. The car gets an electric sunroof, electrically adjustable driver seat, leather seat covers, dual-zone climate control, touchscreen infotainment system, wireless phone charging, multi-function steering wheel and so on. The cabin used soft touch materials on door pads and dashboard. The brown and black combination in the cabin gives it a premium look. The Scorpio Classic on the other hand gets the same dashboard as before. There are hard plastic bits everywhere. It gets side facing bench seats for the last row. This is actually good and it is more flexible than the the bench seats in the Scorpio N. Scorpio Classic gets a regular touchscreen infotainment system, no electric sunroof and so on. Mahindra is offering Scorpio Classic with a diesel engine and manual gearbox only. The Scorpio N on the other hand gets both petrol and diesel engine options. Both of them are available with manual and automatic transmission. The diesel version also offers 4WD feature too.