There will be Multiple Variants of The Mahindra Scorpio Classic

Although the Scorpio Classic will be at the lower end of the segment, some variants may overlap with the upcoming Scorpio-N.

Mahindra recently unveiled the new Scorpio-N, which will go on sale on June 27. However, the Scorpio Classic will continue to be available alongside the new Scorpio-N. The Scorpio Classic will be available soon, with cosmetic and trim-level updates.

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  • Scorpio Classic to be sold in multiple variants
  • Will continue with the 2.2-litre diesel engine
  • Will be positioned at the lower-end of the segment

Expected Variants of The Mahindra Scorpio Classic

The existing Scorpio is available in five variants: S3+, S5, S7, S9, and S11, with prices ranging from Rs 13.54 lakh to Rs 18.62 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). With the upcoming Scorpio-N expected to be priced between Rs 15 lakh and Rs 22 lakh, Mahindra’s SUV lineup will keep the Scorpio Classic in the Rs 13 lakh to Rs 16 lakh range.

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According to dealer sources, while the higher variants of the outgoing Scorpio will be discontinued, multiple trim levels with varying equipment lists will remain on the market. The Scorpio Classic will be available in higher trim levels with features such as alloy wheels, but no automatic transmission will be available. As a result, it’s entirely possible that some Scorpio Classic variants will be priced similarly to the new Scorpio-N.

In terms of styling, the Scorpio Classic will have minor changes to cosmetic elements on the outside, such as the front bumper and grille, which will feature the new Mahindra logo. The side cladding on the doors will also receive some updates.

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Details on The Mahindra Scorpio Classic’s Powertrain

The new 200hp, 2.0-litre mStallion turbo-petrol and 180hp, 2.2-litre mHawk turbo diesel engines from the Thar and XUV700 are expected to power the Scorpio-N. According to sources, the Scorpio Classic will retain the old 140 horsepower 2.0-litre mHawk turbo diesel engine mated to a 6-speed manual transmission.

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