The Scorpio N reportedly has a starting premium of Rs. 12.74 lakh and goes as high as Rs. 24.05 lakh.
The Scorpio N’s pricing has increased by up to Rs 1 lakh thanks to Mahindra. All of the versions’ valuations have increased; the standard petrol Scorpio N now costs Rs. 12.74 lakh, while the top-tier turbo transmission with 4WD costs Rs. 24.05 lakh. The Scorpio N’s initial pricing point was Rs 11.99 lakh when it was introduced in June of last year.
Price increase beginning in January 2023
The cost of the Z2 and Z4 versions has climbed by Rs 75,000 since their debut, and Mahindra has also raised the cost of the five new variations it only just announced by the identical proportion. The cost of the Z6 diesel models has increased by as much as Rs 65,000. Petrol Z8 and Z8L models also see a premium increase of up to Rs 65,000.
The Z8L transmission with 4WD, which is exclusively offered in diesel, has experienced the most price increase of Rs 1.01 lakh. On the other side, the Z8L automated models have the least premium rise of Rs 15,000.
With alternatively a 6-speed conventional or 6-speed automated system transmission, the ScorpioN is equipped with a 203 horsepower, 2.0-liter turbo-petrol powertrain and a 175 horsepower, 2.2-litre turbo-diesel engine. Rear-wheel drive is the default for the Scorpio N, although 4WD is an alternative for diesel models.
current holding time
Mahindra has emphasised supplying the Scorpio N’s higher-end configurations from its inception and has merely just started doing so for the mid-level configurations. All other versions now have a reservation duration of up to 25 months, depending on the area, with the exception of the top-spec Z8L model, which has a demanding duration of about four months.