Mahindra Scorpio-N: 8 likes & 7 dislikes

All said and done, if you area family of 5 and have the money to splurge, go for it. It’s one heck of a car you can buy at this price range.

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I visited Sireesh auto, Yelahanka to check the vehicle in flesh, here are my observations:


  • Built really strong, doors close with thud sound. When you touch the body, you can actually feel the strength of the steel. Looks like it’s built to last.
  • Quality of the materials is decent, could have been better on a ~20L car though.
  • 1st and 2nd row seats are very comfortable.
  • The noise insulation material used in the bonnet is thick and of very high quality.
  • Very airy cabin, doesn’t feel claustrophobic
  • Quality of paint is good.
  • Looks butch, stunning road presence.
  • Looking at the videos (especially Mr. Velusamy’s) so far, feels the ride and handling issues compared to old Scorpio are sorted to large extent


  • Although the vehicle looks massive in size, the space utilization isn’t good.
  • Plastics at certain areas could have been better.
  • Not many chubby holes to keep things like phone, etc
  • 2L cost difference between z8 and z8L is not justified.
  • Lack of 3rd row split seats. Although for many small families this may not be of much concern but since we are family of 7 and make 2-3 long trips together in a year, this is major concern.
  • Missing steering reach adjustment.
  • Don’t understand Mahindra’s aversion towards providing their vehicles with sliding 2nd and 3rd row seats

All said and done, if you are family of 5 and have money to splurge go for it, its one heck of a car you can buy at this price range.

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