The Mahindra Scorpio Traditional is out there in two trims – Traditional S and Traditional S11.
Mahindra has launched the Scorpio Traditional at Rs 11.99 lakh for the S variant and Rs 15.49 lakh for the S11 variant (ex-showroom). The brand new SUV is a rebranded model of the unique Scorpio and can sit beneath the Scorpio N.
- Scorpio Traditional will get a brand new turbo-diesel engine
- No AWD system, automated gearbox on supply
- Mildly refreshed design inside and outside
Mahindra Scorpio Traditional: powertrain
The brand new Mahindra Scorpio Traditional will get an up to date 132hp, 300Nm, 2.2-litre turbo-diesel, Gen 2 mHawk engine that delivers the ability to the rear wheels through a 6-speed guide gearbox. The up to date engine is 55kg lighter than earlier than and Mahindra claims that its gas financial system has additionally improved by 14 %.
Mahindra Scorpio Traditional: exterior design
The design of the brand new Scorpio Traditional is similar to the outgoing Scorpio. The modifications to the brand new mannequin embrace a refreshed entrance grille with the new ‘Twin Peaks’ emblem, a redesigned entrance bumper with a fake skid plate, up to date foglamp housing, dual-tone cladding on both facet and a redesigned tail-lamp. Mahindra can also be providing a dual-tone end for the present 17-inch alloy wheels.
Mahindra Scorpio Traditional: inside and options
Even on the within, Mahindra has not modified a lot. There’s, nevertheless, a 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system with telephone mirroring capabilities; the dashboard and centre console now get picket inserts, and the steering wheel has a leatherette end. Not like the older mannequin, which had a black and gray inside, the Scorpio Traditional will get a black and beige inside.
The Scorpio Traditional is being provided with three seating layouts – two 7-seaters and one 9-seater. Whereas one 7-seater possibility will get captain seats within the second row with a bench within the third row, the opposite will get a bench within the second row and two bounce seats within the third row. The 9-seater, in the meantime, will get a bench within the second row and bounce seats for 4 within the rear.
When it comes to options, it will get cruise management, rear parking sensors, AC vents for the second row and steering mounted controls. For security, Mahindra is presently providing the SUV with two airbags, however it has confirmed that it’ll add extra sooner or later to adjust to the new norms.