In addition, the first 25,000 buyers will pay a lower price for the SUV ahead of an imminent hike
- Pre-launch “add-to-cart” bookings to begin on July 5.
- Official bookings will start from July 30 onwards.
- The SUV has already begun reaching dealerships for display.
The Mahindra Scorpio N’s first deliveries are scheduled to begin during the festive season, most likely in late September or in October. Mahindra has already announced the introductory prices for select variants starting at Rs 11.99 lakh (ex-showroom), but we’ll know the full price list only on July 21.
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Pre-launch bookings for the Scorpio N will begin next week, and official bookings are set to commence on July 30. Meanwhile, the SUV has started reaching dealerships for display.
When will Mahindra deliver the Scorpio N?
Mahindra says that the first Scorpio N SUVs will begin reaching customers by the festive season, likely around October.
How to book Mahindra Scorpio N?
Pre-launch ‘add to cart’ bookings for the new Mahindra Scorpio are set to begin on July 5 on the brand’s website as well as at dealerships. The prices for the remaining variants will be announced by July 21, and Mahindra will open the gates for orders from July 30 onward. Interestingly, customers will get a 2-week period in which they’ll be able to change their Scorpio N’s colour, powertrain or trim level before lock-in.
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Mahindra Scorpio N Powertrains And Features
The Mahindra Scorpio N will be available with 203PS petrol and 132PS and 175PS diesel engine choices. Its petrol and 175PS diesel engines will get both manual and automatic transmission options, with 4×4 options available with the 175PS diesel variants.
Inside, the SUV will get you dual zone climate control, an electric sunroof, coffee black leatherette seats, wireless phone charging, Alexa voice commands with What Three Words navigation, an 8-inch infotainment touchscreen and a 6-way powered driver seat.
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On the safety front, the SUV will offer as many as six airbags, disc brakes at all corners, driver drowsiness detection, front and rear cameras and front and rear parking sensors.
The new Mahindra Scorpio N will face off against the Hyundai Alcazar, Tata Safari and MG Hector Plus. It’ll coexist with its predecessor, which will henceforth go by the name Scorpio Classic.