Pros & Cons of Mahindra Scorpio Classic
Things We Like
- Strong road presence
- Torquey engine
- Good cabin space.
Things We Don't Like
- Limited features
- No automatic option
- Bumpy ride quality
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Mahindra Scorpio Classic Variants
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Mahindra Scorpio Classic Features & Specifications
Mahindra Scorpio Classic Colors
Mahindra Scorpio Classic : Galaxy GreyAvailable for all variants.
Mahindra Scorpio Classic : Pearl WhiteAvailable for all variants.
Mahindra Scorpio Classic : Dsat SilverAvailable for all variants.
About Mahindra Scorpio Classic
Mahindra Scorpio Classic arrives in a refreshed avatar of the outgoing Scorpio, and fresh new badges. The iconic SUV will be sold alongside the new Scorpio-N, and is aimed at markets other than the top cities in India. The SUV goes on sale in two variants - a base ‘Classic S’ variant, and a more feature loaded ‘Classic S11’.
It’s a new face on the Scorpio Classic. Mahindra’s new twin peaks logo finds a place on the redesigned grille while the front bumpers are also new. That’s not all, the SUV gets a revised set of LED projector headlamps along with new fog lamps as well as DRLs. The SUV gets redesigned 17-inch wheels, & the new dual tone look of the Scorpio Classic makes it look more premium than earlier. On the rear, the signature Tower tail lamps finally get LED treatment after more than a decade. The side facing rear door also gets Classic badging on the SUV.
The cabin gets its share of changes, and the highlight is the new and bigger 9-inch touchscreen which is clear and responsive. The new dual-tone black and beige theme replaces the dark theme seen on the car earlier. You get a leatherette wrapped steering wheel along with audio controls, though most of these features are only offered in the higher Classic S11 variant. You also get a part digital, part analogue instrument cluster apart from a height adjustable driver's seat. However, the level of quality is not as good as the new Scorpio-N. The second row gets the option of captain seats and a bench seat, however the former is only available on the higher Classic S11. On the third row you can choose between a front facing bench seat or 2 or 4 side facing seats, which sadly come without seatbelts.
The car gets the new Gen 2 mHawk 2.2-litre Diesel engine that makes 130 bhp and 300 Nm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission which now also gets a cable shift. There is no Petrol, Auto or 4x4 version on offer. Mahindra is claiming to have improved the NVH levels on the car and is also promising a superior ride quality. On the safety front the Scorpio features ABS and 2 airbags as standard equipment. The Scorpio Classic is also offered in five colour options, including Red Rage, Napoli Black, Dsat Silver, Pearl White and a newly introduced Galaxy Grey. With prices starting from Rs. 11.99 lakh, the Scorpio Classic is launched at the same price as the introductory prices of the Scorpio-N. However, the Scorpio-N now costs a small premium over the Classic’s price, and its the biggest competition the Scorpio Classic faces.