Next-Gen Mahindra Scorpio (Codenamed: Z101)

Jan 16, 2016
2020 Mahindra Scorpio BS6 Launched In India; Prices Start At ₹ 11.98 Lakh

Mahindra & Mahindra has silently launched the BS6 Mahindra Scorpio SUV in India at a starting price of ₹ 11.98 lakh (ex-showroom Mumbai). The company recently initiated the online bookings for the 2020 Mahindra Scorpio at a token amount of ₹ 5,000. Interested customers can book the SUV by simply visiting the official website. The Scorpio comes in four variants - S5, S7, S9 & S11. The Indian SUV manufacturer has also launched the BS6 version of its flagship SUV - Alturas G4 in India.

Mechanically, the BS6 Mahindra Scorpio now comes with a BS6 compliant 2.2-litre mHawk, four-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine. The oil burner is tuned to produce a maximum power of 140 bhp at 3,750 rpm with a peak torque of 320 Nm in between 1500-2800 rpm. The engine is mated to a new 6-speed manual transmission.

Here are the variant-wise prices of the new Mahindra Scorpio:

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Jan 16, 2016
BS6 Mahindra Scorpio price, variants explained


The upgraded, BS6-compliant version of the Mahindra Scorpio was launched just over a week back, with prices starting at Rs 12.40 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the base model. With this upgrade, Mahindra re-jigged the line-up, and now only offers the Scorpio in four trims – S5, S7, S9 and S11.

The previous base-spec (S3) models’ 2.5-litre diesel engine has been dropped from the line-up, as has the less powerful 120hp version of the 2.2-litre engine. Mahindra has also given the all-wheel-drive (AWD) layout, which was earlier available with the S11 trim, a miss this time around.

A list of all the features available with each variant of the Scorpio, below:

Mahindra Scorpio S5 [Rs 12.40 lakh]

  • Dual front airbags
  • ABS
  • Collapsible steering column
  • Side intrusion beams
  • Speed sensing door locks
  • Rear parking sensors
  • Central locking
  • Tilt-adjust steering
  • Micro-Hybrid technology
  • 17-inch steel wheels with wheel caps
  • Black grille inserts
  • Body-coloured bumpers and side cladding
  • Fabric upholstery
  • Seat configurations: 7-seat with a side-facing last row and 9-seat with a side-facing last row
  • Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC)
  • Power outlets in the first and second rows
Mahindra Scorpio S7 [Rs 14.21 lakh]

  • Remote central locking
  • Puddle lamps
  • Anti-theft alarm
  • Rear washer, wiper, and defogger
  • Projector headlamps
  • Follow-me-home headlamps
  • Body coloured ORVMs and door handles
  • Silver-finished grille inserts
  • Silver skid plate
  • Ski racks
  • Rear spoiler
  • Electric adjust for wing mirrors
  • Chrome-finished AC vents
  • 2-DIN audio system with CD, USB and AUX-in
  • Voice assistant (for in-car information)
  • Tweeters and speakers
  • Height-adjustable driver’s seat
  • Front-centre arm rest
  • Seat configurations: 7-seat with side-facing last row, 8-seat with front-facing last row
Dec 27, 2012
Hello folks,
Thinking of buying a new Scorpio (the present model). Does it makes any sense or will people would laugh at that decision? Scorpio has been my dream vehicle and I absolutely love its macho looks and driving pleasure. The only downside is the fate of rear passengers. In the several test drives that I did recently (of pre-BS6 versions), the feedback from rear passengers is not that great. They get thrown around towards side when encountered with rough road surface. Is there any way to deal with that? Does the latest BS6 versions have any improvement to fix those issues? Overall, is this a good idea?
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