Mahindra Scorpio Classic debuts with updated emblems and an updated version of the outgoing Scorpio. The famous SUV, which targets markets other than India's biggest cities, will be sold alongside the new Scorpio-N.
The new and larger 9-inch touchscreen, which is crisp and snappy, is the centerpiece of the cabin's upgrades. The previous dark look on the automobile has been replaced by a new dual-tone black and beige theme.
The vehicle is powered by a brand-new Gen 2 mHawk 2.2-liter Diesel engine with 130 horsepower and 300 Nm of torque. The 6-speed manual transmission that comes with a cable shift is used to drive the engine.
Mahindra claims to have reduced noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) levels and promises a better ride. The Scorpio comes equipped with 2 airbags and ABS as standard features for safety.
The Scorpio Classic is offered at the same introductory pricing as the Scorpio-N, with prices starting at Rs. 11.99 lakh. However, the Scorpio-N is now slightly more expensive than the Classic.
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