Auto Today|December 2017
The second-generation Mahindra Scorpio was a major improvement over the original. While it did become better-looking and more premium, it still lacked oomph under the engine bay. The company has addressed that and more with a new update. We investigate further
In a time when crossovers and hatchbacks-on-stilts are more sought after as an adventure lifestyle vehicle than burly, hairy-chested SUVs, the Scorpio’s appeal never seems to fade. It was born back in 2002 when the SUV was actually a tool and continues to sell in 2017 when SUVs are merely domesticated urban dwellers. In that time, the Scorpio has evolved to suit modern tastes in aesthetic design terms and features. Mahindra has now added more style, power, tech and variants to the mix.
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