Scorpio Overview


Fuel Type





15.4 KM/L

Tank Capacity

60.0 L


7 Seater



C&B Verdict on Mahindra Scorpio
car&bike Expert Rating
The car still looks like the Scorpio we know and it is more than simply the same wine in a new bottle. It has had a lot of work that's gone into it, and the good news is that's obvious. The car has been well tuned and is certainly a big improvement on the previous one. It could've have looked better, driven better - sure. But thankfully what it is not - is yet another facelift, and is for once actually a new generation car.
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Pros & Cons of Mahindra Scorpio

Things We Like

  • Big on muscle and also legacy
  • The Scorpio gets a very refined diesel mHawk engine
  • The Scorpio is rugged and macho in terms of looks

Things We Don't Like

  • The engine is a little noisy
  • The automatic transmission is a little sluggish
  • The Scorpio does not get many features

Mahindra Scorpio Variants


Ex - Showroom


Scorpio S3 Plus

Manual,Diesel,15.4 KM/L

Starts at 13.54 Lakh

Scorpio S5

Manual,Diesel,15.4 KM/L

Starts at 14.29 Lakh

Scorpio S7

Manual,Diesel,15.4 KM/L

Starts at 16.64 Lakh

Scorpio S9

Manual,Diesel,15.4 KM/L

Starts at 17.3 Lakh

Scorpio S11

Manual,Diesel,15.4 KM/L

Starts at 18.62 Lakh

Mahindra Scorpio Features & Specifications

  • Engine CC

  • 2179 CC
  • Fuel

  • Diesel
  • Mileage

  • 15.4 KM/L
  • Max Torque

  • 280,319 Nm
  • Max Power

  • 118,137 bhp
  • Transmission

  • Manual
  • Length/Width/Height

  • 4456 mm /1820 mm /1995 mm
  • Boot Space

  • 460 L
    • Futuristic Instrument Cluster
    • ORVMs with Side Turn Indicators
    • Cushion Suspension Technology And Anti-Roll Technology
    • Sporty Steering Wheel With Audio And Cruise Controls
    • Driver Information System (DIS)
    • Static Bending Projector Headlamps With LED Eyebrows
    • Luxurious New Blue-Grey Interiors
    • Speed Alert
  • About Mahindra Scorpio

    The Mahindra Scorpio today officially went marked down in India evaluated at Rs 9.97 lakh (Ex-display area, Delhi). Mahindra has modified the variation names also and the SUV will essentially come in four variations - S3, S5, S7, and S11. The 2017 Mahindra Scorpio facelift accompanies some observable restorative updates alongside a large group of new component increments, made chiefly to the lodge. The most fascinating update has been made to the motor which currently makes around 18 bhp more and Mahindra has likewise presented another Aisin-sourced 6-speed force converter programmed gearbox.

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    Scorpio Mileage

    • 15.37KM/L
      47%Better mileage than other SUV
    • Fuel Type
      City Mileage
      Highway Mileage
      15.4 KM/L
      15.4 KM/L

    Mahindra Scorpio Price in India

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    13.85 Lakh

    Mahindra Scorpio Colors

    Mahindra-Scorpio Pearl White

    Mahindra Scorpio : Pearl White

    Available for all variants.
    Mahindra-Scorpio Dsat Silver

    Mahindra Scorpio : Dsat Silver

    Available for all variants.
    Mahindra-Scorpio Molten Red

    Mahindra Scorpio : Molten Red

    Available for all variants.

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    Mahindra Scorpio

    The Mahindra Scorpio is one of the most powerful and imposing SUVs in its segment. The new Scorpio N has already drawn sizable interest from car buyers in recent times.

    How’s the design?

    The Mahindra Scorpio N has a longer wheelbase. The new version ditches the raw appeal or aesthetic of the earlier version for a more refined appearance. However, it still looks chunky, muscular, and more premium simultaneously. The new Scorpio N looks and feels premium without compromising on its muscle. There is a vertical-slat front grille with added chrome and character lines on the bonnet.

    There is no hood scoop while there are new twin-projector LEDs for headlamps and LED DRLs that are C-shaped. There are sizable 17 or 18 inch wheels with big 255-section tyres. There is a smart chrome touch covering the base of the SUV’s A-Pillar to the top of the car’s C-Pillar. The rear has LED tail lights which are vertically stacked and this makes it look quite like a Volvo model. The rear design is completely unique. The side opening door comes from the earlier generation model while it now has bench seats in the third row and not jump seats.

    How does it perform?

    Turbo Diesel 2.2 litre 130 BHP 300 Nm
    Turbo Diesel 2.2 litre 172 BHP 400 Nm
    Petrol 2.0 litre 200 BHP 380 Nm

    The Mahindra Scorpio N comes with a 2.2 litre turbo diesel engine in two tune states for the entry-level Z2 variant, and the Z4 and upper variants respectively. There are three driving modes on offer for this engine, namely Zap, Zip, and Zoom. There is also an mStallion 2.0 litre turbocharged petrol engine. The Scorpio N HAS 6-speed automatic torque converter and manual transmission choices for both its engines. There is also a 4x4 variant only available with the diesel engine. The petrol engine feels refined and powerful anywhere in the band. In fact, you feel empowered with all this power and acceleration on tap. Turbo lag is managed very well while there is a smooth shifting gearbox (torque converter-automatic). The manual transmission system also works fine. The diesel engine functions well in both tune states. There is that same sense of having sufficient power on tap, although the base variant may feel slightly unexciting (but only slightly). However, all these engines have sizable torque for that extra punch and grunt. The refinement levels have gone up tremendously and you can literally power through the traffic or on the highway with elan.

    How’s the mileage?

    Mileage is around 11.67 kmpl in the city and 14 kmpl on the highway.

    How’s the driving experience?

    The Mahindra Scorpio N offers a better driving and handling experience than the earlier model. The SUV no longer has the same amount of body roll. Mahindra has worked extensively on the same and once you push the car harder, in spite of its ladder-frame construction, the Scorpio N does not quite have the rolling-around effect of the earlier version. This version feels more in control of things although this has led to a few compromises with the overall ride quality. This results from a stiffer suspension. Yet, you get more stability and better driving manners this time around and that is a big improvement by all means.

    How’s its off-road capability?

    The Mahindra Scorpio comes with a 4x4 version and decent off-roading abilities. The Scorpio N gets selectable four-wheel drive or 4WD (shift on the fly) and selectable modes for various terrains including Mud & Ruts, Snow, Normal, and Sand. There is a brake locking and mechanical differential which controls the slip electronically at every axle. The four wheel drive setup functions smoothly and the 4-low mode helps whenever things get tougher. The off-roading circuit covers steeper declines, inclines, side inclines, articulation, and several other aspects. You may also change to 4L or 4H with a button. 4L is suitable for added torque and traction, while 4H will take you through the off-roading circuit otherwise.

    What’s the interior like?

    The Mahindra Scorpio N offers a plush and refined cabin. The interiors are no longer identical to the Scorpio Classic SUV. There is a premium black and coffee brown theme which looks striking. The piano black central console does look fine. There are air conditioning vents that are vertically positioned and you also get an 8-inch infotainment unit with the AdrenoX connected car technology. There is also integrated Alexa along with the Snapdragon SD6 processor with more than 70 connected car features. There is also a Sony audio system with 12 speakers and 3D-immersive audio. The audio unit offers great sound quality while you also get wireless charging, automatic headlamps, driving modes for the diesel engine, dual-zone climate control, Android Auto/Apple CarPlay, electric driver seat, electric sunroof, 7-inch digital instrument console, and navigation, along with driver drowsiness levels, drive information, and a lot more. The steering-wheel comes with buttons and there is also cruise control available. The second row offers bench/captain seat configurations. There is excellent headroom, knee room and legroom along with great under-thigh support. There are rear air conditioning vents with blower control and also a USB-C charging port. The third row is easily accessible while getting into the third row is also easier this time. The last row is not that comfortable for longer trips. There are no cup holders, AC vents or charging points.

    Tech and infotainment

    The Mahindra Scorpio SUV comes with features like AdrenoX connected car technologies, an 8-inch infotainment system, in-built Alexa, 12-speaker Sony audio system with 3D immersive audio, front camera, wireless charging, drive modes, automatic wipers, automatic headlamps, parking sensors, wireless Android Auto/Apple CarPlay, dual-zone climate control, electric driver seat, electric sunroof, 7-inch digital driver information system, and more.

    Safety equipment

    The Mahindra Scorpio N comes with six airbags, ABS with EBD, tyre pressure monitoring system, all-wheel disc brake system, driver drowsiness alert, rear and front parking sensors, roll-over mitigation technologies, hill descent control, and hill hold control.

    Which variant to buy?

    There is the Scorpio Z2 which comes with a touch screen infotainment unit and steering mounted controls, LED tail lights, second-row AC vents, electric power steering, and some other features. The Z4 variant is costlier with an 8 inch infotainment unit, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, cruise control, hill hold control, hill descent control, second row AC vents, ESC, and more features. The Z6 gives you the sunroof, Alexa integration, the 7 inch MID, connected car technologies, wireless Android Auto/Apple CarPlay and driving modes. The top-end Z8 comes with several LED lights, side and curtain airbags, 4WD terrain management setup, 18-inch alloy wheels/17-in steel wheels, dual-zone climate control and some additions. The premium Z8L also gets the powered front seat, 12-speaker Sony audio, front parking sensors and some other embellishments. The Z6 seems to be a value pick if you cannot stretch your budget for the Z8L.

    Which cars compete in this segment?

    The Mahindra Scorpio N will compete with its sibling, the new Mahindra XUV700, along with the MG Hector and Tata Harrier. It is costlier than compact SUVs like the Kia Seltos and Hyundai Creta in the petrol-manual guise. The entry-level model is more affordable than the XUV700 and the latter is also costlier for the higher end of the segment. The Alcazar from Hyundai, also a rival, is the costliest in the comparison. Yet, it is similar on pricing to the top-end petrol-manual version. The Scorpio N is more affordable in the diesel-manual guise than the XUV700 and the Alcazar. The Tata Safari has the costliest top-end trim here. If you take the Tata Safari, MG Hector Plus and the Hyundai Alcazar into the comparison, then the Scorpio N is the tallest and widest with similar length as the rivals. The longest one is the MG Hector Plus. The petrol version of the Scorpio is the most powerful among its rivals, outstripping even the XUV700. The diesel engines are similar to the XUV700 although outputs are different. The smallest engine in this category belongs to the Hyundai Alcazar. All in all, while the XUV700 has better features and there are some unique features of SUVs like the MG Hector Plus, the Scorpio N still manages to hold its own.

    Verdict (Value for money)

    The Mahindra Scorpio N looks to be another big success story for the company, offering brawn, refinement, a premium vibe, and most importantly, excellent features, great handling, and a decent pricing strategy. It comes with new-age features, looks, and that same appeal that makes it irresistible for most buyers. It is always a value proposition for buyers in the segment without a doubt.

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    Scorpio FAQs

  • The Scorpio's performance is generally regarded as competitive in its class. Its engine delivers a good balance of power and torque, which makes it suitable for both city and highway driving. The Scorpio also offers good off-road capabilities, thanks to its high ground clearance and 4-wheel drive system.

  • The Mahindra Scorpio is available with a 2.2-liter mHawk diesel engine, which delivers a maximum power output of 140 bhp at 3750 rpm and a peak torque output of 320 Nm at 1500-2800 rpm. This engine is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed automatic transmission.

  • The top speed of the Scorpio varies depending on the variant, but it is generally around 165-170 km/h. The acceleration from 0-60 km/h takes around 5-6 seconds, which is reasonably quick for an SUV of its size and weight.

  • The Scorpio uses an independent front suspension and a multi-link rear suspension, which helps to provide a smooth and comfortable ride. The suspension also helps to improve handling and stability, particularly on uneven or bumpy roads.

  • The Scorpio has a ground clearance of 180 mm, which is higher than most other SUVs in its class. This high ground clearance helps to improve the Scorpio's off-road capabilities, allowing it to clear obstacles and navigate rough terrain more easily.

  • The Scorpio is equipped with front ventilated disc brakes and rear drum brakes, which provide good stopping power and performance. The Scorpio also includes safety features like anti-lock braking system (ABS), electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD), and hydraulic brake assist (HBA), which help to prevent skidding or loss of control in emergency braking situations.

  • The Scorpio is capable of towing loads of up to 2500 kg, which is suitable for hauling small trailers, boats, or other recreational vehicles. The Scorpio's high torque output and sturdy frame make it well-suited for towing heavier loads.

  • The Scorpio is available with either a 6-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed automatic transmission. The manual transmission provides a more engaging and responsive driving experience, while the automatic transmission is smoother and more convenient for everyday driving.

  • The Scorpio generally handles well in wet or slippery road conditions, thanks to its sturdy frame, good ground clearance, and traction control systems. The Scorpio is equipped with features like electronic stability program (ESP) and hill hold control, which help to improve handling and stability on slippery roads or inclines.

  • The Scorpio generally performs well in emergency situations, thanks to its powerful engine, responsive brakes, and sturdy frame. The Scorpio is equipped with features like ABS, EBD, and HBA, which help to prevent skidding or loss of control during emergency braking. The Scorpio's suspension system and high ground clearance also help to provide stable handling in emergency situations. Overall, the Scorpio is a capable and versatile SUV that offers good performance in a variety of driving conditions.
  • The Mahindra Scorpio is equipped with a range of advanced safety features that help to enhance driver and passenger safety. Some of the standard safety features include dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, seat belt reminder, and rear parking sensors. Higher variants also include additional safety features such as side airbags, hill-start assist, hill-descent control, and a rearview camera. These features help to prevent accidents and protect passengers in the event of a collision.

  • While the Scorpio does not feature advanced driver assistance systems such as adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, or blind spot monitoring, it does feature standard safety features like ABS with EBD and airbags, making it a safe vehicle to drive.
  • The Mahindra Scorpio uses a double wishbone suspension system at the front and a multi-link suspension system at the rear. This type of suspension system provides a comfortable and stable ride, especially on uneven roads. The double wishbone suspension at the front helps to reduce body roll and improve stability during cornering, while the multi-link suspension at the rear provides better handling and control during high-speed driving. The Scorpio's suspension system also ensures good shock absorption, minimizing the impact of rough terrain on the vehicle's passengers.

  • The Scorpio is designed to handle different types of terrain, including highways, city streets, and off-road trails. On highways, the vehicle provides good straight-line stability and minimal wind noise, making it a comfortable option for long-distance driving. On city streets, the Scorpio's compact size and responsive steering make it easy to maneuver in tight spaces. When it comes to off-road driving, the Scorpio's high ground clearance and sturdy suspension system enable it to tackle rough terrain with ease. Additionally, the Scorpio's four-wheel drive system provides extra traction, making it a capable off-road vehicle.

  • The Mahindra Scorpio is available in both all-wheel drive (AWD) and four-wheel drive (4WD) configurations. The AWD system provides power to all four wheels at all times, improving traction and stability on slippery roads. The 4WD system, on the other hand, allows the driver to select between two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive modes, depending on the driving conditions. In either configuration, the Scorpio's AWD or 4WD system enhances its performance on rough or slippery roads by improving traction and stability.

  • The Mahindra Scorpio has a turning radius of 5.4 meters, which is relatively tight for an SUV of its size. This makes the Scorpio quite maneuverable in tight spaces, such as narrow city streets or parking garages. The Scorpio's responsive steering and compact size also contribute to its maneuverability in tight spaces.

  • Yes, the Mahindra Scorpio is equipped with several advanced safety features that enhance its driving dynamics. These include anti-lock brakes (ABS), electronic stability control (ESC), and hill descent control (HDC). ABS helps to prevent the wheels from locking up during hard braking, improving control and stability. ESC uses sensors to detect when the vehicle is losing traction and automatically applies the brakes to individual wheels to maintain stability. HDC helps the driver to maintain a constant speed when driving downhill, further improving stability and control.

  • The Mahindra Scorpio has a ground clearance of 210mm, which is quite high for an SUV of its size. This high ground clearance helps the Scorpio to clear obstacles and navigate rough or uneven terrain with ease. The Scorpio's sturdy suspension system and AWD or 4WD system also contribute to its performance on rough or uneven terrain, making it a capable off-road vehicle.

  • Yes, the Mahindra Scorpio has a spacious and comfortable interior that is designed for long drives. The vehicle can comfortably seat up to seven passengers, and the seats are well-padded and supportive. The front seats are also adjustable, allowing the driver to find a comfortable position behind the wheel. The Scorpio also features a number of convenience features, such as air conditioning, power windows, and a touchscreen infotainment system, that enhance passenger comfort and enjoyment.

  • The Mahindra Scorpio is available with two diesel engine options: a 2.2-liter mHawk engine and a 2.0-liter mStallion engine. The mHawk engine delivers 120 horsepower and 280 Nm of torque, while the mStallion engine produces 150 horsepower and 320 Nm of torque. These engines provide the Scorpio with ample power and torque, enabling it to accelerate quickly and perform well on the road. The Scorpio's engines are also relatively fuel-efficient, making it an affordable vehicle to operate.

  • Yes, the Mahindra Scorpio has good straight-line stability and minimal wind noise at high speeds on the highway. The vehicle's sturdy suspension system and responsive steering help to keep it stable and on track, even at high speeds. The Scorpio's aerodynamic design also reduces wind noise and improves its overall efficiency on the highway.

  • The Mahindra Scorpio is a popular SUV in its class, known for its sturdy build quality, capable performance, and comfortable interior. Compared to other SUVs in its class, the Scorpio offers a unique blend of off-road capability and on-road comfort, making it a versatile vehicle that is suitable for a wide range of driving scenarios. The Scorpio's powerful engines, responsive steering, and advanced safety features also set it apart from many of its competitors.

  • The Scorpio's infotainment system is a touchscreen display that is positioned in the center of the dashboard. The system is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, allowing drivers to access their smartphone's music and navigation apps directly from the display. The system also includes FM/AM radio, USB and AUX ports, and Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free calling.

  • Yes, the Scorpio's infotainment system includes Bluetooth connectivity and smartphone integration for hands-free calling and music streaming. Drivers can connect their smartphone to the system and make calls or stream music without having to take their hands off the steering wheel.

  • The Scorpio is equipped with a manual air conditioning system as standard, with higher variants featuring an automatic climate control system. The system is capable of cooling the cabin quickly, making it effective in hot weather conditions.

  • Yes, the Scorpio's seats are adjustable and can be customized for greater comfort and support. The driver's seat is height-adjustable, and the seats are well-padded and supportive, making them comfortable for long drives.

  • The Scorpio features halogen headlamps and fog lamps as standard, with higher variants featuring projector headlamps and LED daytime running lights. The headlamps can be adjusted manually, and some variants include automatic headlamps that turn on and off based on ambient lighting conditions.

  • The Scorpio's suspension system is designed to handle uneven terrain and provides a comfortable ride even on rough roads. The system is well-tuned, and some variants include features like hill descent control and terrain response, making the Scorpio a capable off-road vehicle.

  • The Scorpio has a cargo capacity of 460 liters, which is quite generous for an SUV of its size. The cargo area is well-designed and can easily accommodate a large amount of luggage or equipment. Compared to other SUVs in its class, the Scorpio's cargo capacity is competitive.

  • The Scorpio's 4-wheel drive system is capable of handling off-road conditions and provides good traction on rough terrain. The system includes features like shift-on-the-fly 4x4, allowing drivers to switch between 2-wheel drive and 4-wheel drive modes as required. The system also includes a low-range gearbox, which helps the vehicle crawl over obstacles and inclines.

  • Other key features included in the Scorpio include power windows, central locking, power-adjustable ORVMs, and keyless entry. Some variants also include features like a touchscreen infotainment system, automatic climate control, and cruise control. These features help to enhance the driving experience and make the Scorpio a comfortable and convenient vehicle to drive. Additionally, the Scorpio's rugged and stylish design, combined with its reputa
  • The fuel efficiency of the Mahindra Scorpio depends on the engine and configuration. The mHawk engine has a claimed fuel efficiency of around 15 km/l, while the mStallion engine has a claimed fuel efficiency of around 12 km/l. The vehicle's fuel efficiency impacts its driving range and overall cost of ownership, as a more fuel-efficient vehicle will require less frequent trips to the gas station and will be less expensive to operate over the long term.

  • The fuel efficiency of the Scorpio varies depending on the variant and driving conditions. In city driving, the Scorpio typically delivers fuel efficiency of around 11-12 km/l, while on the highway it can deliver around 14-15 km/l. The Scorpio is equipped with a fuel tank capacity of 60 liters, which provides a decent driving range.
  • The Mahindra Scorpio's exterior design philosophy is based on a mix of ruggedness, sportiness, and modernity. It draws inspiration from Mahindra's other SUVs, such as the Thar and XUV500, but has its own unique identity. The Scorpio's design features a bold and aggressive front grille, muscular fenders, and a sporty bumper. The overall design language of the Scorpio is meant to convey a sense of adventure, power, and capability.

  • Over the years, the Scorpio's exterior design has evolved to keep up with changing trends and customer preferences. In 2014, the Scorpio received a major facelift that brought significant changes to its front and rear design. The grille was restyled, and the headlamps and tail lamps were given a more contemporary look. The Scorpio's side profile also received a new character line that runs along the length of the vehicle, giving it a more modern and dynamic appearance.

  • The Scorpio's front fascia features a distinctive seven-slat grille with a bold Mahindra logo in the center. The grille is flanked by angular headlights with integrated LED daytime running lights. The front bumper is muscular and has large air intakes, which give the Scorpio an aggressive look. The Scorpio's front design is also characterized by its strong hood lines, which add to its rugged appearance.

  • The Scorpio's side profile is one of its most distinctive design features. The SUV features a high and broad shoulder line, which adds to its muscular appearance. The Scorpio also has large wheel arches that are filled by 17-inch alloy wheels. A prominent character line runs along the length of the Scorpio's body, giving it a more dynamic and modern appearance. The Scorpio's side profile is designed to convey a sense of toughness and durability.

  • The Scorpio's rear end features a sporty bumper and stylish taillights with LED elements. The taillights are shaped like a C and are integrated into the rear fenders, giving the Scorpio a unique and modern appearance. The rear tailgate is also designed to convey a sense of ruggedness and durability, with a bold Mahindra logo in the center.

  • The Scorpio's exterior design incorporates several aerodynamic features to improve performance and fuel efficiency. The front bumper has large air dams that help to channel air to the engine and reduce drag. The Scorpio also has a flat underbody panel that helps to reduce turbulence and improve airflow. The roof-mounted spoiler on the Scorpio also helps to reduce drag and improve aerodynamics.

  • The Mahindra Scorpio is available in a range of colors that contribute to its rugged and adventurous personality. The color options vary depending on the model and year, but some common colors include Diamond White, Napoli Black, Molten Red, and Mist Silver. These colors are designed to complement the Scorpio's bold and aggressive design language, and contribute to its overall aesthetic appeal. The Scorpio's color options are often updated to keep up with changing trends and customer preferences, and to ensure that the SUV remains fresh and relevant in the marketplace.
  • Mahindra Scorpio ex-showroom price in New Delhi starts at Rs. 12.77 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 17.62 Lakh. The Mahindra Scorpio on road price in New Delhi is Rs. 20.47 Lakh.

  • As for the claimed fuel efficiency, the Mahindra Scorpio Diesel variant returns 16.36 Kmpl.

  • According to the experts, The Mahindra Scorpio finally gets its mid-life facelift after three years and carmaker has some considerable upgrades. Apart from cosmetic changes the SUV now comes with a more powerful mHawk engine and new 6-speed manual gearbox. We got to spend som...

  • Mahindra Scorpio has a seating capacity of 7 people.

  • Mahindra Scorpio comes with total 4 variants. S11, S5, S7 are the most popular ones.

  • The price of Scorpio starts at Rs. 12.77 Lakh (ex showroom) and the Compasss price starts from Rs. 15.6 Lakh. Get detailed comparison between Scorpio and Compass on the basis of specifications, mileage, price & others.

  • Check out the genuine reviews and ratings about Mahindra Scorpio from the industry experts, professionals and also from the owners of Scorpio. Experts advices are important for making the right choices.