Scorpio Classic will be launched soon
Last month Mahindra launched its new Scorpio-N in the Indian market and announced that the sales of its existing model will also continue.
First launched in the year 2002, this model has proved to be the most successful for the company in India.
Now Mahindra is going to facelift it. Its new variant was spotted on several occasions. Now it has started reaching the company’s dealership as well.
What are the big changes in this?
After the arrival of the new Scorpio-N in the market, now Mahindra is going to launch its old model as Scorpio Classic soon.
In media reports, many things have come out about the interior and exterior of this car. The most recent thing in its looks which is giving it a brand new avatar is the new Mahindra logo with the new front grille.
Apart from this, it will also get new side cladding.
There will be no change in the arrangement of seats
Interior of the new Scorpio Classic
The Scorpio Classic will get the same signature seven-seat arrangement (two side seats in the third row) similar to its current model. However, in the new Scorpio-N, the company has given front facing seats in the third row to increase the safety rating.
It will come in two variants (S and S11). Of these, only a 2.2-litre diesel engine will be available, which is available in the base diesel variant of the Scorpio-N.
What will be the price?
Reports have speculated that the prices of the new Scorpio Classic will be kept lower than the Scorpio-N. Mahindra can expect its ex-showroom prices to start from Rs 10 lakh.
Mahindra Scorpio has become a name that can hardly be erased. This is being said because so much desire among the people for its new variant was seen on the very first booking day itself.
In fact, the bookings for the Scorpio-N that took place on July 30 had crossed the one lakh unit booking mark in just 30 minutes. However, Mahindra had already clarified that only 20,000 units will be delivered this year.
The popularity of the current model of Scorpio can also be gauged from the fact that even after the launch of the new model, the demand for its old model continues.
Even after the official announcement of the Scorpio-N in June, Mahindra managed to sell 4,131 units of the old model.
Mahindra has launched the Scorpio-N in the market to compete with SUVs with premium luxury features like Tata Safari and Toyota Fortuner.