Mahindra Scorpio Classic compared with Scorpio N
Mahindra has unveiled their all-new SUV Scorpio N. Mahindra priced the SUV competitively, and prices for all automatic variants will be published soon. The Mahindra Scorpio N will be available alongside the original Scorpio and Scorpio Classic SUVs. The Scorpio N is positioned above the previous model and provides significantly more in terms of safety, functionality, and comfort. Bookings for the Mahindra Scorpio N have already begun, and the response has been phenomenal. In this video, a YouTuber compares the old generation Scorpio to the Scorpio N in terms of size and then drives the Scorpio N.
The video has been uploaded by Waquar Chaudhary on their YouTube channel. In this video, the vlogger is seen visiting a Mahindra dealership to make booking for not one but three Mahindra Scorpio N SUVs. He even takes the SUV out for test drives. He came to the dealership in an old generation Scorpio SUV. Vlogger takes a look at the display car inside the dealership. He feels that the interior of Scorpio N is premium when compared to the older generation but, it is not as premium as XUV700 or Toyota Fortuner.
He shows the push-button start, instrument cluster, armrest, room beneath the armrest, glove box, touchscreen infotainment system, audio quality, and even seating comfort. The second row seat may comfortably fit two persons; a third person may be a squeeze. The driver’s seat is electrically adjustable, however it lacks the memory function seen in the XUV700. He also believes that the third row seat is best suited for youngsters rather than adults. He also suggests that Mahindra might have included a larger sunroof in the SUV.
Once he had taken a closer look at the car, he took the petrol manual version of Scorpio N out for a test drive. In comparison to older generation Mahindra Scorpio, the Scorpio N gets both petrol and diesel engine options and it generates more power and torque as well. The petrol version is powered by by a 2.0 litre turbocharged engine that generates 200 Ps and 370 Nm of peak torque. It is available with both manual and automatic transmission option. The diesel version of Scorpio N gets a 2.2 litre turbocharged engine which comes in two states of tune. The engine generates 130 Bhp and 300 Nm of peak torque in lower variants while the higher variants generate 175 Ps and 370 Nm of peak torque in manual and 400 Nm in automatic versions.
Vlogger was very happy with the performance. In the video, he doesn’t say much about the gear shifts or anything else. He then returns the SUV to the dealership and requests that his friend park the Scorpio next to the Scorpio N. The Scorpio Classic appears to be slightly taller than the Scorpio N, and the vlogger believes that the older generation looks better in terms of appearance. His friends who joined him to the dealership felt the same way.