After making its premiere earlier this month, Mahindra launched Scorpio Classic. The Mahindra Scorpio Classic pricing have been made public. The base variant’s price range begins at Rs. 11.99 lakh (ex-showroom). There is only one diesel engine option available, and it comes with a manual transmission.
The business is keeping the older model, although with Scorpio Classic badging, despite the launch of the brand-new Mahindra Scorpio-N because it believes there is still a high demand for it. Mahindra has made some aesthetic changes to the vehicle, including a modified front grille with the new Twin Peaks emblem, an updated bumper with LED DRLs mounted above the fog lamps, new 17-inch diamond cut alloy wheels, an updated tail lamp cluster, and a new Galaxy Grey colour option.
Mahindra Scorpio Classic Price (ex-showroom)
Scorpio Classic S – Rs 11.99 lakh
Scorpio Classic S11 – Rs 15.49 lakh
Mahindra Scorpio Classic Specifications
Power – 132bhp @ 3,750rpm
Torque – 300Nm @ 1,600-2,800rpm
Engine – 2.2-litre mHawk Gen II diesel
Fuel tank capacity – 60 litres
Approach angle – 27-degree
Departure angle – 25.4-degree
Ramp over angle – 23.9-degree
Gearbox – 6-speed MT
Layout – Body-on-frame, RWD
LxWxH – 4,456×1,820×1,995mm
Wheelbase – 2,680mm
A 9-inch android-based touchscreen, cruise control, automatic climate control, electrically adjustable ORVMs, all four power windows, driver seat height adjustment, second row AC vents, and dual front airbags are among the key features offered by the Mahindra Scorpio Classic. The interior also features upgraded seat upholstery.
The Mahindra Scorpio Classic S grade will be available in a seven or nine seat configuration, both of which have side-facing jump seats and a bench in the second row. Two seven-seat configurations are available for the top-end S11: one has captain seats in the second row and a bench seat for three passengers facing the front of the third row (claimed); the other has a bench seat for three passengers facing the back of the second row and jump seats in front.
Tweaks have been added to the suspension setup to make the ride smoother and reduce body roll. An engine upgrade has also been done to give the vehicle better performance. The engine powering the Scorpio Classic is the same 2.2-litres mHawk Gen 2 from the Scorpio-S with 132bhp of maximum power and 300Nm peak torque. Power is transmitted through a 6-speed manual transmission.