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2022 Mahindra Scorpio-N Expected Prices | V3Cars

Mahindra’s latest SUV, the 2022 Scorpio-N, is set to arrive on June 27. While Mahindra is expected to reveal the prices at the unveiling event, we try to estimate the ex-showroom prices of the Scorio-N using several parameters. Before we take a look at our expected prices, it is important to go through the price of the current-gen Scorpio to set a base line.

Mahindra Scorpio-N

The current-gen Scorpio, which is only offered with a 2.2L turbo diesel engine, is priced from Rs. 13.67 lakh to Rs. 18.85 lakh ex-showroom. The 2022 Scorpio-N, on the other hand, will be sold with both turbo petrol and diesel engines.

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When Mahindra launched the XUV700, the lower variants were priced lesser than the outgoing XUV500. We can expect Mahindra to do the same with the new Scorpio-N as well. However, while Mahindra discontinued the XUV500, they have stated the current-gen Scorpio will continue to be sold alongside the new one as the Scorpio Classic. While the new Scorpio-N will be sold in several variants with varying levels of features, the Scorpio Classic is likely to be offered in one or two mid-level variants only.

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Long story short, we expect Mahindra to price the Scorpio-N between Rs. 11.99 lakh and Rs. 19.99 lakh (introductory prices). Like in the case of the XUV700, Mahindra may increase the prices of the Scorpio-N two to three months down the line. Speaking of the Scorpio Classic, we expect Mahindra to pick a mid-trim of the SUV with all the necessary features in a bid to attract buyers from Tier-II and Tier-III cities. However, we do not expect Mahindra to keep the Scorpio Classic on sale for long as it will soon need a thorough update to keep in line with the upcoming safety and emission norms.

Also Read: Mahindra Scorpio-N Reveal On June 27

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Amit Saraswat

Born and brought up in Agra, he grew up reading magazines more than textbooks. With a keen interest in cars, he decided to make his future in automotive journalism and is currently helping in content at V3Cars.

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