Register. Free!  

CarSalesIndia.com
You are here Home Buy Cars New Cars Mahindra Scorpio

Mahindra Scorpio Models - Mahindra Scorpio Price List

Mahindra Scorpio

  

View larger images of Mahindra Scorpio in the photo gallery  
 
I Like Mahindra Scorpio 

 
Mahindra Scorpio Overview:

The Mahindra Scorpio has been around for quite some time now and is known to be one of India's best indigenous SUV efforts. Since its birth in 2002, the Scorpio has undergone various upgrades – cosmetic as well as mechanical. When exports of the Scorpio started, it was well received in the global market – giving a deserving recognition to the in-house design team at Mahindra. Today the Scorpio, along with its various variants like the ‘Getaway', is sold in various countries like Italy, France, Spain, Turkey, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Egypt, Russia, Malaysia, South Africa, Qatar, Brazil, Chile and ofcourse, India.

Book Mahindra Scorpio for A Test Drive
Get Mahindra Scorpio On Road Price
Mahindra Scorpio Discounts and Offers
 
Read Full Expert Review: Design & Features | Driving & Comfort | Engine | Competition
EXPERT REVIEW:

Overview
The Mahindra Scorpio has been around for quite some time now and is known to be one of India’s best indigenous SUV efforts. Since its birth in 2002, the Scorpio has undergone various upgrades – cosmetic as well as mechanical. When exports of the Scorpio started, it was well received in the global market – giving a deserving recognition to the in-house design team at Mahindra. Today the Scorpio, along with its various variants like the ’Getaway’, is sold in various countries like Italy, France, Spain, Turkey, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Egypt, Russia, Malaysia, South Africa, Qatar, Brazil, Chile and ofcourse, India.

Design and Features
Compared to the long, conventional SUVs, the Scorpio comes across as a muscular, new age variant of a stubby ol’ Jeep. And with the vertically slotted grille upfront, a misinformed bloke might think of the Scorpio as a Jeep product too. The latest version of the Scorpio gets a new pair of headlights that appear to be ’floating’ and gets minor design tweaks to the bumpers. The rest of the body is similar to the older Scorpio – with the stylish yet functional air scoop on the bonnet, muscular cladding on the wheel arches and lower quarter of the body, the long stacked up taillights, body integrated foot-step, the roof rails and the flush mounted rear-most windows. The large 16” wheels add to the butch character of the Scorpio, but an external mounted spare wheel on the back door would have added more substance to an otherwise boring tail end.

Inside the car, you get a selection of beige or black tint for the dash with matching fabric on the seats and door inserts. Depending on the colour of the interiors you also get a fake wood-finish panel for the centre console in light or dark brown. But for car costing upward to 10-lakh rupees, the inclusion of fake wood panels and exclusion of leather feels shortchanged. The Scorpio offers some features like a back-lit key hole for easy access, fade-in and fade-out effects for the interior lighting, 180-degree adjustable reading lights, rain sensing wipers etc. But what it loses out on is something as basic as an electrical control for the ORVMs – which is again not expected from a car in this price range.

Drivability and comfort
The Scorpio feels at home when trotting off the road. Its soft suspension absorbs all the bumps of an off road surface and a decent grunt from the engine gives you ample amount fun when you decide to kick some dust. Unfortunately though, the same can’t be said about the Scorpio’s tarmac ethics. The suspension has a tendency to bounce around on the road surface undulations. Furthermore the suspension’s eagerness to bounce often leads to a lot of body roll when driving around bends and especially in the ghats. So if you or any member of your family suffers from motion sickness, you are better off with something tauter like a Toyota Innova. The latest generation Scorpio however has got some ride-and-handling tweaks from Lotus, which has made the new vehicle a better package than its predecessors.

The Scorpio has a seating capacity for up to seven people. However the rearmost seats are a tad uncomfortable for adults primarily owing to the cramped headroom – rendering them comfortable only for kids. The middle row features captain seats which is comfortable proposition for long distance journeys. The front seats get arm rests for a comfortable drive, but they often tend to obstruct the driver’s reach to the awkwardly placed gear shifter. Further the gear shifter has been placed at a certain angle, making it difficult (sometimes) to shift gears as smoothly as you would with a conventional perpendicularly mounted gear stick. And if that doesn’t irritate you, then the AI woman reminding you about the seat belts or the Scorpio’s power, will surely make life miserable! Overall the ride quality and comfort in the Scorpio cannot be termed ’plush’ but are good enough. However, there are better vehicles in that price range that will do the job better.

Engines
The Scorpio gets the 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine. Though it has a deficit of almost 400 cubic centimeters over the pervious generation Scorpio’s 2.6-litre CRDe, the mHawk has managed to shave 80 kilos off the kerb weight. Furthermore, its gets 6 more horses with a total power output of 121PS. The torque is rated at 290 Nm – which is a decent amount for a vehicle that’s claims to lug seven people around. As you browse across the variants, you’ll find the mHawk engine mated to various technologies and/or creature comforts like automatic transmission, start-stop (micro-hybrid) technology etc. Overall, the Scorpio 2.2 is good for a fuel efficiency of 14-16 kmpl for the city and 17-18 kmpl for the highway with the air-con at full blast.

The Competition
The Scorpio’s main competitor comes in the form of the Tata Safari, considering both these vehicles cater to the same genre – SUVs. However, for a person looking purely for a people carrier with good highway ethics and creature comforts, the Toyota Innova too joins the league. So if you are looking for a seven seater and are particularly looking at a SUV form factor, the Scorpio, with its features list definitely a value for money proposition.

EXPERT REVIEW:

Overview:Mahindra Scorpio, Price, Reviews, Pictures, Gallery, Photos

Scorpio is the first Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) launched in India in 2002 by Mahindra & Mahindra Limited. Since then it had undergone many changes and now the latest version attracts more in terms of looks as well as the performance. Mahindra & Mahindra tried to overcome all the deficiencies that were found in Scorpio’s competitors. Now it offers comfort as well as ruggedness whether it is on the off-road tracks or on the busy traffic roads. It also bagged three prestigious awards.

 

Design and Features:

The new variant of Scorpio after undergoing slight changes to its front and the rear parts, comes with a soft front grill and the tail lamps cluster that are extended from the roof to the bumper. These changes enhance the sporty look of this attractive SUV. 

The interiors in Scorpio give a new definition to the comfort of its occupants. The cushioned seats, the good fabric with dual colour themes, the well designed seats stand as the examples for this. The cabin is a spacious one with good head room, leg room and enough space for the luggage. Individual armrests are provided to the front seat occupants. Small storage spaces are also provided in the centre console. Mobile charger facility is also available. The gear knob, the steering wheel with controls, the parking brake, the 2-Din audio system, the centre bezel and the Ac vents in the rear side add to the convenience of the passengers.

Many advanced safety features are provided in the Scorpio. For the first time, Mahindra introduced ABS in Scorpio Mhawk. Some of the safety features that are featured in Scorpio are the Collapsible Steering Column, the cruise control, the fire retardant upholstery, the crash protecting crumple zones, the engine immobiliser, the Intelligent Parking System that warns any obstacle while parking, the rain and light sensors, the tubeless tyres, and the Tyretronics that keeps on updating the exact temperature and air present in each of the tyres.    

 

Driving abilities and comfort:

The front with an independent coil spring and anti-roll bar set up in a 2WD or torsion bar front suspension in a 4WD and the multi link rear suspension together give good ride, handling and stability.

Automatic Transmission is provided only in the top end variant.

Scorpio offers a good driving ability, but only when it travels with lesser speeds. After the launch of its new variant Mhawk, the stability at higher speeds increased a lot.

 

Engines:

The Mahindra Scorpio is equipped with a powerful 2179 cc mhawk engine which pumps out a massive power of  120bhp @ 4000rpm and torque of 290 Nm at 1800-2800 rpm. The fuel efficiency and on-road composure has been maximized in the latest models of Scorpio.

It features Bosch Common rail diesel technology with solenoid injectors. The engine has hydraulic lash adjusters and a new 2 stage chain drive system reducing the engine noise. All these give terrific mileage and drivability for the new scorpio.

The SUV does 0-60km/h in just 5.8seconds. 

The vehicle comes with both 5 speed manual transmission and an Automatic transmission.

The Scorpio gives an acceptable mileage of 10-12 kmpl.


Competition:

Mahindra Scorpio’s is available in the following variants - VLX, VLX Automatic, SLE, LX & Getaway.

The prices of these five variants range in between Rs. 6.8 Lakhs  and Rs. 11.3 lakhs.

Being a combination of style, structure and technology, Mahindra Scorpio stands in competition with Tata Safari, Chevrolet Tavera, Tata Sumo Grand and Mahindra Bolero.


Mahindra Scorpio Getaway - 2WD 5 Seater

Mahindra Scorpio Price, Review, Spec, Comparison, Engine
[+]Mahindra Scorpio
Air.Con   Pow.Str
Pow.Win   ABS
Cen.Lock   Elec.Mirr
AirBag   Fuel Diesel
Ex-Showroom Price (Delhi) for
Mahindra Scorpio Getaway - 2WD 5 Seater
Rs 7,82,679*
  Book Mahindra Scorpio for A Test Drive Mahindra Scorpio Getaway - 2WD 5 Seater
  Mahindra Scorpio On Road Price Mahindra Scorpio Reviews
 

Mahindra Scorpio Getaway - 4WD 5 Seater

Mahindra Scorpio Price, Review, Spec, Comparison, Engine
[+]Mahindra Scorpio
Air.Con   Pow.Str
Pow.Win   ABS
Cen.Lock   Elec.Mirr
AirBag   Fuel Diesel
Ex-Showroom Price (Delhi) for
Mahindra Scorpio Getaway - 4WD 5 Seater
Rs 8,76,625*
  Book Mahindra Scorpio for A Test Drive Mahindra Scorpio Getaway - 4WD 5 Seater
  Mahindra Scorpio On Road Price Mahindra Scorpio Reviews
 

Mahindra Scorpio New Scorpio LX [2009]

Mahindra Scorpio Price, Review, Spec, Comparison, Engine
[+]Mahindra Scorpio
Air.Con   Pow.Str
Pow.Win   ABS
Cen.Lock   Elec.Mirr
AirBag   Fuel Diesel
Ex-Showroom Price (Delhi) for
Mahindra Scorpio New Scorpio LX [2009]
Rs 8,66,162*
  Book Mahindra Scorpio for A Test Drive Mahindra Scorpio New Scorpio LX [2009]
  Mahindra Scorpio On Road Price Mahindra Scorpio Reviews
 

Mahindra Scorpio New Scorpio SLE [2009]

Mahindra Scorpio Price, Review, Spec, Comparison, Engine
[+]Mahindra Scorpio
Air.Con   Pow.Str
Pow.Win   ABS
Cen.Lock   Elec.Mirr
AirBag   Fuel Diesel
Ex-Showroom Price (Delhi) for
Mahindra Scorpio New Scorpio SLE [2009]
Rs 9,80,516*
  Book Mahindra Scorpio for A Test Drive Mahindra Scorpio New Scorpio SLE [2009]
  Mahindra Scorpio On Road Price Mahindra Scorpio Reviews
 

Mahindra Scorpio New Scorpio VLX [2009]

Mahindra Scorpio Price, Review, Spec, Comparison, Engine
[+]Mahindra Scorpio
Air.Con   Pow.Str
Pow.Win   ABS
Cen.Lock   Elec.Mirr
AirBag   Fuel Diesel
Ex-Showroom Price (Delhi) for
Mahindra Scorpio New Scorpio VLX [2009]
Rs 10,75,605*
  Book Mahindra Scorpio for A Test Drive Mahindra Scorpio New Scorpio VLX [2009]
  Mahindra Scorpio On Road Price Mahindra Scorpio Reviews
 

Mahindra Scorpio New Scorpio VLX BS4 [2009]

Mahindra Scorpio Price, Review, Spec, Comparison, Engine
[+]Mahindra Scorpio
Air.Con   Pow.Str
Pow.Win   ABS
Cen.Lock   Elec.Mirr
AirBag   Fuel Diesel
Ex-Showroom Price (Delhi) for
Mahindra Scorpio New Scorpio VLX BS4 [2009]
Rs 10,96,845*
  Book Mahindra Scorpio for A Test Drive Mahindra Scorpio New Scorpio VLX BS4 [2009]
  Mahindra Scorpio On Road Price Mahindra Scorpio Reviews
 

Mahindra Scorpio New Scorpio VLX AT [2009]

Mahindra Scorpio Price, Review, Spec, Comparison, Engine
[+]Mahindra Scorpio
Air.Con   Pow.Str
Pow.Win   ABS
Cen.Lock   Elec.Mirr
AirBag   Fuel Diesel
Ex-Showroom Price (Delhi) for
Mahindra Scorpio New Scorpio VLX AT [2009]
Rs 11,21,708*
  Book Mahindra Scorpio for A Test Drive Mahindra Scorpio New Scorpio VLX AT [2009]
  Mahindra Scorpio On Road Price Mahindra Scorpio Reviews
 

Mahindra Scorpio VLX AT 4WD

Mahindra Scorpio Price, Review, Spec, Comparison, Engine
[+]Mahindra Scorpio
Air.Con   Pow.Str
Pow.Win   ABS
Cen.Lock   Elec.Mirr
AirBag   Fuel Diesel
Ex-Showroom Price (Delhi) for
Mahindra Scorpio VLX AT 4WD
Rs 12,15,142*
  Book Mahindra Scorpio for A Test Drive Mahindra Scorpio VLX AT 4WD
  Mahindra Scorpio On Road Price Mahindra Scorpio Reviews
 
Book A Test Drive for Mahindra Scorpio Get On Road Price for Mahindra Scorpio

Mahindra Scorpio Car Reviews

 Mahindra Scorpio Car Rated by Reviewer:

its like arnold in look.its my dream car ...Read more about this Mahindra Scorpio review
 
by rajeshkannan on 24-04-2011

 
19 Comments | Read Comments | Reply to this review

 
 
 Mahindra Scorpio Car Rated by Reviewer:

Overview:Mahindra Scorpio, Price, Reviews, Pictures, Gallery, Photos

Scorpio is the first Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) launched in India in 2002 by Mahindra & Mahindra Limited. Since then it had undergone many changes and now the latest version attracts more in terms of looks as w ...Read more about this Mahindra Scorpio review
 

by Editor on 11-01-2011

 
343 Comments | Read Comments | Reply to this review

 
 
 Mahindra Scorpio Car Rated by Reviewer:

Overview
The Mahindra Scorpio has been around for quite some time now and is known to be one of India’s best indigenous SUV efforts. Since its birth in 2002, the Scorpio has undergone various upgrades – cosmetic as well as mechanical. When exports of the Scorpio started, it was well received in the global market – giving a deserving recognition to the in-house design team at Mahindra. Today the Scorpio, a ...Read more about this Mahindra Scorpio review
 

by Editor on 13-04-2010

 
29 Comments | Read Comments | Reply to this review

 
 
 Mahindra Scorpio Car Rated by Reviewer:

SPEED,LOOK IS GOOD,I LIKE SCORPIO TO MUCH THIS CAR IS MY FIRST CHOICE ...Read more about this Mahindra Scorpio review
 
by kunal on 26-12-2009

 
8 Comments | Read Comments | Reply to this review

 
 
 Mahindra Scorpio Car Rated by Reviewer:

Also to say the service level is very poor and inefficient and that when i visited the Mahindra Showroom in Santhome --- Opposite All India Radio, I was very sad to see that they do not have the necessary products and that just Bolero is shown there, but not the Scorpio or even the Xylo and also there was nobody to explain the details of a bolero, just they seem to handover a notice about the prices. Nobody is having the capacity to explain about the specifications of the ve ...Read more about this Mahindra Scorpio review
 
by Sundararajan RS on 13-11-2009

 
4 Comments | Read Comments | Reply to this review

 
 
 Mahindra Scorpio Car Rated by Reviewer:

well this car is a great one and the performance of this car is also very good compared to the other cars in the segment and the mahindra scorpio is also a great SUV which is rocking the indian markets by its sales. ...Read more about this Mahindra Scorpio review
 
by sandeep sharma on 02-11-2009

 
0 Comments | Read Comments | Reply to this review

 
 
 Mahindra Scorpio Car Rated by Reviewer:

Hi,
I am a Scorpio owner and i have to say that i am totally and completely satisfied with this product. This car which comes in the SUV segment in the Indian car market and has great potential in it and has satisfied me to the core. The Scorpio has a great turning radius which outclasses the innova, safari, and other such cars in this category. The body is strong and not delicate and is a much more reliable car than many others available in the Indian market today. Comi ...Read more about this Mahindra Scorpio review

 
by sandeep sharma on 30-09-2009

 
1 Comments | Read Comments | Reply to this review

 
 
 Mahindra Scorpio Car Rated by Reviewer:

If you want good mileage for your diesel on Scorpio, goto for Scorpio M2Di Engine, its giving outstanding performance, 12+ giving in local city with AC 13 to 14+ giving in long drive based on your driving. I tested it with almost all sort of diesels. ...Read more about this Mahindra Scorpio review
 
by Shankar on 02-05-2009

 
1 Comments | Read Comments | Reply to this review

 
 
 Mahindra Scorpio Car Rated by Reviewer:

Scorpio is a great MUV to own, the downside of it is a bit of a high price. However it gives you a lovely ride and Mahindra have put in a lot of effort in delivering this vehicle at high standards. And seeing the sheer number of scorpios on road, it surely speaks for itself on the success of this vehicle. ...Read more about this Mahindra Scorpio review
 
by Joseph on 25-11-2008

 
1 Comments | Read Comments | Reply to this review

 
 
 Mahindra Scorpio Car Rated by Reviewer:

Buying Scorpio to me was a bad deal in terms of buying a SUV. The only matter of relief is its lesser cost compared to the other SUVs. The interriors are pathetic and the height of the vehicle at times gives a kind of discomfort in your bowels. There is a constant rattling sound from the interiors, the doors and side mirrors and the fittings of the doors and the Trims look really poor. I have taken a Scorpio LX from Streling, Gurgaon. They have a poor accosseroies deptt t ...Read more about this Mahindra Scorpio review
 
by Vinay Prakash on 10-10-2008

 
2 Comments | Read Comments | Reply to this review

 
 

Read More Mahindra Scorpio Reviews

All Mahindra Models

Mahindra Bolero Mahindra Quanto Mahindra Scorpio
Mahindra Thar Mahindra Verito Mahindra XUV500
Mahindra Xylo