Mahindra Scorpio

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Things We Like in Scorpio
  • Aggressive styling and strong road presence
  • Fully loaded with features including auto headlamps, cruise control, touchscreen infotainment, reversing camera, etc.
  • Diesel engine is a real gem
Things We Dont Like in Scorpio
  • Ergonomics still need improvement
  • Ride quality is still bouncy and bumpy
  • Higher variants are steeply priced, close to XUV500

Price List of Scorpio

Variant Price Specifications  
S5 ₹ 12.40 Lakh*
OTR Price
S5 BSIV ₹ 11.69 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
2179 cc, 120 bhp, Manual, Diesel
S7 140 BSIV ₹ 13.07 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
2179 cc, 140 bhp, 15.6 kmpl, Diesel
S7 ₹ 14.21 Lakh*
OTR Price
S9 BSIV ₹ 14.44 Lakh*
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2179 cc, 140 bhp, 15.6 kmpl, Diesel
S9 ₹ 14.84 Lakh*
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S11 BSIV ₹ 14.87 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
2179 cc, 140 bhp, Manual, Diesel
S11 ₹ 16.00 Lakh*
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Mahindra Scorpio Price In Popular Cities

  • Ahmedabad

    ₹ 9.13 - ₹ 16.18 Lakh

  • Bangalore

    ₹ 9.18 - ₹ 16.18 Lakh

  • Chandigarh

    ₹ 9.45 - ₹ 16.11 Lakh

  • Chennai

    ₹ 9.29 - ₹ 16.31 Lakh

  • Ghaziabad

    ₹ 9.19 - ₹ 16.11 Lakh

  • Gurgaon

    ₹ 9.29 - ₹ 16.10 Lakh

Mahindra Scorpio Colors

Scorpio is available in 6 different colors - Diamond White, Napoli Black, Mist Silver, Pearl White, Molten Red and Napoli Black.

  • Diamond White

  • Napoli Black

  • Mist Silver

  • Pearl White

  • Molten Red

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Scorpio Mileage

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Diesel kmpl 16.36 kmpl

Review of Scorpio

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


Mahindra Scorpio over the past fifteen years continues to be one of company’s most successful SUVs. Scorpio was the first such car introduced in the subcontinent back in the year 2002, and since then, it has received timely updates. The manufacturer rolled out the second generation model in 2014 that helped the car to further strengthen its fan base. The vehicle became plusher as well as comfortable and that too in the affordable price tag. Now the Scorpio with the latest avatar gets vivid changes inside and out with changes under the hood as well. With more power, more features and extra attitude, this time around, Mahindra Scorpio adds some more strength to its popularity.
The exterior is the place that gets a number of changes which includes the front radiator grille, 2014 Scorpio featured impressive fangs on its grille but they are gone and replaced by the simple 7-slat grille that particularly seems like the family look. Its headlights and skid plates get mild changes in the design while fog lamps now feature some chrome detailing. The changes are quick to notice if you are current owner, so the new design now continues with more sharp edges which is a good thing. The car is available in 4 colour options including Molten Red, Napoli Black, Mist Silver and Pearl White.
Interiors too get updates, the seats are now better and comfier, plastic quality is quite good while the gadgetry section has been enhanced. New dynamic parking camera aids the vehicle’s route while parking. Other features are tyre pressure monitoring, infotainment unit, and Micro-hybrid technology.
Talking about the safety, Mahindra Scorpio offers dual airbags and ABS standard on all the variants except the base trim S3. Other features include digital immobilizer, seat belt reminder lamp, anti-theft warning and auto door lock while driving.
The biggest change we see in the latest model of Scorpio is under the hood. As we know Mahindra Scorpio’s 2.2 mHawk engine is the SUVs biggest forte, this time company has re-tuned the same engine to develop 140PS of power as compared to 120PS in the older version while torque numbers too have been increased to 320Nm from 280Nm. The top end variants S7 and S11 now come mated to brand new six-speed gearbox. The base variant S3 continues to be powered by the 2.5L m2DICR mill and comes coupled with a five-speed transmission.
Mahindra Scorpio price in India starts at Rs. 9.34 lakhs and goes up to Rs. 16.10 lakhs for the top end variant. Major competitors of the SUV include Tata Safari Storme, Renault Duster and Nissan Terrano in the segment.


The all-new 2017 Mahindra Scorpio has been given an improved cabin. The current generation version of the car looks more premium and gets dual tone color scheme and numerous added features. The car seats are covered with new black artificial leather upholstery, the top spec models get luxurious black faux leather seats with dark blue fabric inserts while the gear knob, as well as steering wheel too, are leather wrapped. The driver’s seat is height adjustable for a better driving experience. Temperature control is fully automatic that maintains the preferred environment inside the car. AC vents too are improved for better airflow and uniform cooling in the cabin.
Other features in the car are carried forward from the outgoing model that includes 6-inch touchscreen infotainment unit with navigation, AUX and USB connectivity and smartphone pairing through Bluetooth. The SUV is nothing short of comfort features which include cruise control, rear parking camera, climate control, keyless entry, electrically adjustable rear view mirror and rear parking sensors. The carmaker has also addressed issues with storage spaces with 12V socket now repositioned, pocket for mobile behind gear knob and sunglass holder.


On the outside, Mahindra and Mahindra have not fiddled too much and the vehicle still seems to carry the same silhouette and proportions. The changes made in the new 2017 model include new LED daytime running lights, the radiator grille is upright and seems to be bolder than before. Scorpio also gets a new bumper with improved air dam, redesigned fog lamps, and new silver skid plates. Scorpio gets subtly reworked projector headlamps and ORVMs that now comes with integrated turn indicators. Like other facelifts, the side profile doesn’t get much of attention while the new alloy wheels is the only change we see.
At the back, Mahindra Scorpio gets new tailgate as well as revamped bumper, new wiper, and revised tail-lamp cluster. Overall, Mahindra Scorpio’s nip and tuck job has done enough to make the vehicle look more contemporary and also provides the hint of sophistication.

Mileage Running Cost

The base variant which is powered by 2,523cc, 4-cylinder m2DICR turbocharged diesel engine is able to deliver ARAI certified 16kmpl. On the other hand, 2,17 9cc mHawk turbocharger diesel returns 15.37kmpl. The same engine in different state of tunes in the higher variants delivers 15kmpl which is not bad either given the size of the SUV.

Comfort Suspension

The ride quality of the new Mahindra Scorpio has improved as compared to its older version, the suspension feels more liveable and the car is no longer bumpy as the old car. Handling too is safer than it used to be. Scorpio is, of course, a robust vehicle which is capable of handling uneven and inexistent roads with ease. NVH levels have been improved with the utilization of better sound deadening material.

Engine Performance

Underneath, Mahindra Scorpio continues to be driven by the same set of engines, it gets the more powerful 2.2L mHawk diesel mill available in two different tunes one can churn the power output of 140bhp and yields the peak torque of 320Nm and comes coupled to 6-speed manual transmission. While, another can produce power output of 120PS and generates maximum torque of 280Nm and comes with 5-speed manual transmission. Its 2.5L oil burner is capable of generating 75PS of power and 200Nm of torque and comes mated to 5-speed manual gearbox. The brand new addition in the engine is an optional on-the-fly 4X4 system on board that marks as a big plus point as compared to its older version.

Braking Safety

The new Mahindra Scorpio is a notch above in terms of braking capability. The car gets the latest Bosch ABS 9.1 system with bigger disc, bigger caliper and bigger brake pads, imparting confidence even when you are driving at high speed. Dual airbags and ABS are now standard fitments across all the variants save the base variant. The new platform makes the car crash-ready with energy absorbing crumple zones. Other safety features include engine immobilizer, central locking, and rain sensing wipers.

User Reviews of Mahindra Scorpio

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    Isha Jain Apr 17, 2018
    Had To See The New One

    We have owned a diesel Mahindra Scorpio for some 9 years now and it has been an interesting ride so far. I learnt how to drive with the Hyundai Verna and the Scorpio. The two great cars amongst the lot. The Scorpio has exchanged so many hands and still drives as smooth as day one with minor changes. It’s a Read More

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    Bimaljeet Jun 22, 2017
    My Scorpio 1.99- Punch on SC

    Since long, I was planning to buy the Mahindra Scorpio but the Supreme Court ban on the diesel vehicles above the 2,000cc engine put me in dilemma what to do. Then Mahindra launched the smaller capacity engine and I was feeling overjoyed. The Mahindra with 1.99cc engine is same as the Mahindra Scorpio with 2.2-litre engine. The Suv is a Read More

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    Punit Jun 22, 2017
    worst car I ever seen

    Waste of money, Comfort wise it can compare with alto K10, beat etc. After reach the speed of 100 KMPH you will understand the worst engineering of Indian car. Read More

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    Mohammed Jun 22, 2017
    bad ar scorpio dont buy it

    2015 purchased from M&M from hyderabad , from day 1 we noticed problem of clutch , body paint , music systems sucks they assured after engine run things would be better , but it didnt they do not offer a 4 x 4 test model , and after seeing it purchase is horrible experience to own keep away from scorpio Read More

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    Kunal Jun 22, 2017
    2 months. 3500km and one happy customer I am

    This review is about my 2 month old S8 version of the Scorpio. I really wanted the 4x4 version but that was beyond my budget - this is where I feel Mahindra should have provided 4x4 in more than 2 versions. Anyways, I love the car a lot and my family has appreciated the purchase. I live outside the city Read More

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