2018 Mahindra Scorpio S11 Review | 2017 Mahindra Scorpio Facelift Review

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Mahindra has launched the Faceifted Scorpio with price starting at Rs 9.97 lakh and goes upto Rs. 16.091 Lakhs Ex-showroom. The facelifted Scorpio gets a few cosmetic changes on the outside and inside, and a more powerful engine.

The engine is available only on the higher-spec S7 and S11 trims. The 2.2-litre mHawk diesel unit now develops 140hp and 320Nm. This engine is mated to a new six-speed manual transmission. Four-wheel drive is also available as an option.

The S3 variant gets the old 2,523cc diesel motor that makes 75hp and 200Nm of torque, while the mid-spec S5 and S7 variants come with a 120hp/280Nm version of the 2.2-litre mHawk engine. Both motors are mated to a five-speed manual transmission.

All the engines also come with Micro Hybrid engine start-stop feature,

Exterior changes include a new grille design with seven slats, a redesigned front bumper, projector headlamps with led eyelids, new round fog lamps, turn indicators on the ORVMs and new 17-inch alloy wheels. At the rear, the updated Scorpio gets a new bumper, a new red lens for the LED tail-lamps, new wiper, and a tweaked tailgate.

On the inside, the higher-spec variants now sport new faux leather upholstery; the steering wheel and gear lever are also wrapped in the same. The touchscreen infotainment system is same as before but as an additional rear parking camera, and there are cubholes near the gear lever for your water bottle and mobile phone.

The top-spec Scorpio gets TPMS,cruise control, auto headlamps and Rain-sensing wipers, auto-climate control and Mahindra’s Blue Sense app.

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