Reservations open from July 30

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After announcing the price of the 4WD and automatic versions of the new Scorpio-N SUV, Mahindra announced that actual deliveries will start from September 26, 2022. Anticipating massive demand, the automaker is expected to build around 20,000 Scorpio-N No SUV this year. Expect one-year wait times for some variants.

Meanwhile, reservations for the all-new Mahindra Scorpio-N will start from July 30, 2022. Customers have two options to reserve the Scorpio-N: online, through the Mahindra website, and offline, through the Mahindra dealers spread all over the length and breadth of India. Prices for the Scorpion-N start from Rs. 11.99 lakh, ranging up to 23.9 lakh.

Introductory prices only apply to the first 25,000 reservations. We expect Mahindra to increase prices once the first crop of bookings is complete. Here are the prices of the different variants of the Scorpion-N,

Variants Gasoline MT Gasoline AT MT-diesel AT diesel Diesel 4X4 MT Diesel 4X4 AT Petrol seat MT 6 Petrol AT 6 seater MT 6 diesel seat Diesel AT 6 seater
Z2 Rs 11.99 lakh N / A Rs 12.49 lakh N / A N / A N / A N / A N / A N / A N / A
Z4 Rs 13.49 lakh Rs 15.54 lakh Rs 13.99 lakh Rs 15.95 lakh Rs 16.44 lakh N / A N / A N / A N / A N / A
Z6 N / A N / A Rs 14.99 lakh Rs 16.59 lakh N / A N / A N / A N / A N / A N / A
Z8 Rs 16.99 lakh Rs 18.85 lakh Rs 17.49 lakh Rs 19.45 lakh Rs 19.94 lakh Rs 21.90 lakh N / A N / A N / A N / A
Z8L Rs 18.99 lakh Rs 20.95 lakh Rs 19.49 lakh Rs 21.45 lakh Rs 21.94 lakh Rs 23.90 lakh Rs 19.10 lakh Rs 21.15 lakh Rs 19.69 lakh Rs 21.65 lakh

Mahindra Scorpio-N Production and Delivery Details Revealed

The all-new Mahindra Scorpio-N is a big step up from the older version, some variants of which will continue to be sold as the Scorpio Classic. The new Scorpio-N not only has a completely redesigned look, but also a completely different ladder body chassis, completely new suspension, new features and even new engines. The new SUV is a totally new car, inside out, and that’s probably why Mahindra is pricing it high and hoping to pull off a Rs 30 lakh price tag on the road for the premium variants of the SUV.

The Scorpio-N is offered with turbocharged gasoline and diesel engines. The petrol engine is a 2-litre 4-cylinder good for 197 hp-380 Nm (370 Nm in manual version) while the diesel is a 2.2-litre 4-cylinder available in several states of adjustment: 130 hp-300 Nm for the base trim and 172 Bhp-370 Nm for the top manual trims. Top-end diesel automatic trims make 172 Bhp-400 Nm. While both engines get 6-speed manual gearbox and automatic torque converter options, only the diesel has a four-wheel-drive system optional on specific versions. The rest of the Scorpio-N variants – including those powered by the petrol engine – are rear-wheel drive.

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