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The New Generation Scorpio takes domination to a whole new level. The all new front and rear styling makes it look leaner, more dynamic and aggressive.
The 2.2L mHawk turbodiesel engine puts out 120 HP and produces enough torque (215 lb ft) in the lower part of the power band (1800 - 2800 RPM) to push you to the back of the seat every time you step on the gas pedal.
- 5 to 7 Spacious Seats
- 120 Horse power
The Scorpio has been one of the biggest success stories for the Mahindra automotive division and the company is still riding on it. The Scorpio is more than a decade old design and Mahindra has been continuously making changes to the vehicle. As an overall, the cabin of the Scorpio is well insulated, as the outside engine and other noises do not intrude into the cabin— making it feel sophisticated.
The Scorpio’s biggest USP is its driving dynamics. It drives just like a hatchback and you even sit higher in a command position.. The ride is smooth and composed on smooth tarmac and doesn’t even feel bouncy at high speeds, which was a problem in the leaf spring Scorpio of the early 2000s.
|Transmission:||Automatic / Manual|
|Seating:||5 to 7 Passengers|
|Luggage / Cargo:||4 Bags|
|Entertainment:||Cassette Player /CD Player|
|Drivetrain:||All Wheel Drive|
|0 - 60:||7.9 seconds|
ABS brakes automatically sense when a tire has stopped rotating under extreme braking, and will modulate the brake pressure to allow the tire to rotate. This increases the vehicles ability to turn while braking.
Stability control automatically senses when the vehicles handling limits have been exceeded and reduces engine power and/or applies select brakes to help prevent the driver from losing control of the vehicle.
Front-impact airbags for the driver and passenger have been designed to protect the head during a frontal crash.
Side impact airbags
Side impact airbags for the front seats have been designed to protect the torso during a side impact collision.
Overhead airbags are used to protect the occupant's heads in the event of a side collision or rollover.
Seatbelt pretensioners automatically tighten seatbelts to place the occupant in the optimal seating position during a collision.
Anti-whiplash head restraints actively react to rear collision forces and craddle the occupants head in an effort to reduce the likelihood of a whiplash injury.