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Mahindra Scorpio vs Mahindra TUV 300 Plus Comparison

Mahindra Scorpio vs Mahindra TUV 300 Plus

Mahindra Scorpio S3 Price starts at Rs. 10.00 lakh which is Rs. 7,246 costlier than Mahindra TUV 300 Plus P4 priced at Rs. 9.93 lakh. The claimed mileage for the Mahindra Scorpio Diesel is 15.4 kmpl where as claimed mileage for Mahindra TUV 300 Plus Diesel is 18.5 kmpl. In technical specifications, Mahindra Scorpio S3 is powered by 2523 cc engine where as Mahindra TUV 300 Plus P4 is powered by 2179 cc engine. 76% users have chosen Mahindra TUV 300 Plus over Mahindra Scorpio in a survey being conducted on zigwheels.com. Compare Mahindra Scorpio vs Mahindra TUV 300 Plus on the basis of price, specifications & other features.

Engine Type m2DICR Diesel Engine mHawk 120 Diesel Engine
Engine Displacement 2523 cc 2179 cc
Fuel Type Diesel Diesel
Power 75bhp@3200rpm 120bhp@4000rpm
Torque 200Nm@1400-2200rpm 280Nm@1800-2800rpm
No Of Cylinders 4 4
Transmission Manual Manual
Gear Box 5 Speed 6 Speed
Drive Type RWD RWD
Paddle Shift
Kerb Weight
0-60 kmph (sec)
0-100 kmph (sec)
Quarter Mile
20-80 kmph (kickdown)
30-70 kmph (3rd gear)
40-80 kmph (4th gear)
Braking (100-0 kmph)
Braking (80-0 kmph)
Braking (60-0 kmph)
Mileage (City)
Mileage (Overall)
Mileage (Highway)
Mileage (ARAI) kmpl 15.4 kmpl 18.49 kmpl
Top Speed (Km/h) 156
Suspension Front Double Wish-bone Type Double Wishbone
Suspension Rear Multi-Link Multilink Coil Spring
Brakes Front Ventilated Disc Disc
Brakes Rear Drum Drum
Steering Type Power Power
Minimum Turning Radius 5.4 metres 5.35 m
Tyre Size 215/75 R15 215/70 R16
Wheel Size 15 Inch
Alloy Wheel Size
Tyre Type Tubeless,Radial Tubeless,Radials
Dual Tone Dashboard
Ventilated Seats
Additional Interior Features Full Vinyl, Roof Lamp Static Centre Fascia Moulded, Twin Pod Instrument Cluster, Upholstery Vinly
Fabric Upholstery
Leather Seats
Rear Seat Headrest
Front Shoulder Room
Rear Shoulder Room
Seating Capacity 7 9
Doors 5 5
Boot Space 460 696
Fuel Capacity 60 Liters 60 Liters
Alloy Wheels
Lighting LED Tail lamps
Trunk Opener Lever Lever
Additional Exterior Features Front Grille Inserts Black, Wheels Silver Steel Rim, Rear Footrest, Front And Rear Bumpers Unpainted, Side Clading Unpainted, ORVMs And Door Handles Unpainted, Rear Number Plate Applique Black, integrated Bonnet Scoop, Fender Bezel Black Finish, Center High Mounted Stop Lamp Bulb, Clear Lens Turn Indicators, Red Lens LED Tail Lamps Body Coloured Front Grill, Body Coloured Bumper, Moulded Spare Wheel Cover With Mahindra Branding, Rear Foot Step, High Mounted Stop Lamp, Manually Adjustable Ext. Rear View Mirror, Steel Wheel Rims, Tow Hook Front and Rear
Outside Rear View Mirror
Turn indicators on ORVM
Xenon Headlights
Trunk Light
Rear Spoiler
Antenna
Roof Rails
Ground Clearance (Laden) 184mm
Length Width Height 4456*1820*1930 4400*1835*1812
Wheelbase 2680mm 2680mm
Ground Clearance (Unladen) 180mm
In Car Entertainment (Audio)
Connectivity
Addtional Comfort Features 9 seater side facing, Power Windows Switches On Center Console, Hydraulic Assisted Bonnet, Headlamp Levelling Switch, Foot Step Silver, Mobile Pocket In Center Console AC ECO Mode
USB Charger Not Available Not Available
Central Control Armrest Not Available Not Available
Tailgate Ajar
Gear Shift Indicator
Rear Curtain Not Available Not Available
Luggage Hook and Net
Battery Saver
Lane Change Indicator
Additional Entertainment Features
Smart Entry
Automatic Climate Control
Massage Seats Not Available Not Available
Memory Functions For Seat Not Available Not Available
One Touch Operating Power Windows -1 Not Available
Autonomous Parking Not Available Not Available
Drive Modes
Internal Storage
No of Speakers -1 -1
Rear Entertainment System
AC
Rear AC Ducts
Heater
Power Steering
Steering Column Tilt Tilt & Collapsible
Steering Mounted Audio Control
Cruise Control
Power Windows ( Front / Rear ) Front and Rear Front and Rear
Adjustable Driver Seat
Heated Seat Front
Heated Seats Rear
Adjustable Front Passenger Seat
Lumbar Support
Folding Rear Seat Bench Folding Bench Folding
Rear Seat Center Armrest
Tachometer
Dual Trip Meter
Door and Trunk Ajar Warning
Low Fuel Warning Lamp
Clock
Seat Belt Warning
Push Ignition
Music System
AM/FM Radio
USB Auxiliary Input
DVD Playback
Touch-screen Display
GPS Navigation System
Speakers Front
Speakers Rear
Automatic Head Lamps
Auto Rain Sensing Wipers
Follow me home headlamps
Adjustable Head Lights
Parking Sensors Rear Rear
Remote Operated Fuel Tank Lid
Front Cupholders
Door Pockets Not Available Front & Rear Door
12V Power Outlets
Cigarette Lighter
Bottle Holder Not Available Front & Rear Door
Sun Roof
Moon Roof
Anti-Pinch Power Windows -1 -1
Speed Sensing Auto Door Lock
Knee Airbags
ISOFIX Child Seat Mounts
Head-Up Display
Day/Night Rearview Mirror
Pretensioners and Force Limiter Seatbelt
Blind Spot Monitor
Hill Descent Control
Hill Assist
Impact Sensing Auto Door Unlock
360 View Camera
Airbags Driver and Passenger Driver
Seat Belts
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD)
Brake Assist (BA)
Electronic Stability Program (ESP)
Traction Control System (TCS)
Engine Immobilizer
Central Locking
Child Safety Lock
Fog Lamps (Front / Rear )
Rear Wash Wiper
Rear Defogger
Standard Warranty (Years)
Standard Warranty (kilometers)

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Q. What are the different between Scorpio and 300 plus
  • You have asked me a question which I have been asked on another forum recently! Because I had mentioned that the TUV300 plus was on top of my bucket list when we go in for another car. The obvious visual difference is in their looks. The Scorpio looks like the classic macho SUV and when it was launched it was a sensation and went on to become an icon & remains popular to this day. The 300 Plus is more angular and has been compared to a Toyota SJ Cruiser on another forum!! Tho' that is laughable as far as their abilities go, visually their is a distinct similarity between them, specially between the earlier TUV300 & the SJ.. Under the skin, the similarities between the current Scorpio and the 300 Plus are well known. Both have the same state-of-the-art hydro-formed body-on-chassis structure with identical wheel bases. For me, the biggest plus is that it has the 2.2 L M-Hawk engine that the Scorpio has, tho' in a slightly lower state of tune. Plus the fact that the 300 Plus is a good deal easier on the pocket - important for me as a retired senior citizen! Most importantly, the 300 Plus has a large boot (comparable to the Scorpio) which can accommodate our pets (we have two medium large hyper active boxers) who often accompany us on our jaunts. All the rest - the interior plastics, upholstery, UI screens, GPS, mobile connectivity etc - are just so much frills and candyfloss as far as we (my wife & I) are concerned. It is large enough to accommodate our pets, it has that near bullet proof M-Hawk 2.2 L, is rugged enough to take us on our frequent trips to Magonia (Naukuchiatal in Uttaranchal) and back! And that is good enough for us. So, God willing, our next road trip should be on the 300 Plus!
  • TUV is new model which has many features shared from scorpio, though scorpio has its own personality and ruggedness. Its a proper SUV and you are going to enjoy it.
  • 300 is nothing more than a down sized version of Scorpio for people who want a smaller suv with all the features of a larger suv and is lower on price
Q. Which model of Scorpio is the best?
  • S5: It is in this variant that the Scorpio starts to make more sense. The more powerful engine, bigger wheels and more kit on-board sum up to a more meaningful package. The added safety, which is rapidly becoming a key area of attention is also addressed with two airbags and ABS. This variant is well suited for anyone who has always loved the big, brawny looks of the Scorpio, but is on a tight budget. Sure, it isn’t as feature loaded as it could be, but it does have almost all the basic features expected from a car of this size and price. S7: The S7 variant enhances the comfort and safety aspect, with a rear defogger, rear wiper with washer, anti-theft alert and the Intellipark technology which delivers visual and audio notifications while reverse parking into a slot. This variant is best suited for someone looking for an 8-seat layout, which is unavailable in the S3 and S5 variants. Moreover, at this price, the Scorpio comes with a handsome features package and comes with body-coloured panels. Moreover, the added ski rack on top of the roof comes in more than handy to transport oversized goods. S11: This S11 variant is the most feature-loaded of the lot. Apart from the additional seating configuration options, the S11 gets a 6.0-inch infotainment display, tyre pressure monitoring system, auto headlamps and wipers and a more premium upholstery inside. But, even at this price, the Scorpio misses out on features like electrically foldable ORVMs, no Android Auto or Apple CarPlay compatibility, sunroof, automatic transmission and more airbags. If you can do without these misses, but can’t with what the S11 gets over the S7, go for it. However, the price hike is a bit too steep and we’d recommend you to go for the S7 (140PS) and get whatever you need extra from an aftermarket shop. It’ll be more affordable that way.
  • Scorpio has been the undisputed King of Indian roads for the last 16 years. It enjoys the confidence of more than 6.5 lakhs proud customers and continues to do well in a highly competitive landscape. One of the key aspects of Scorpio’s success has been its constant evolution to remain a great value proposition while retaining its core of Power, Driving Thrill and Adventure. With this said it would depend on how much you are looking to invest along with your preference in the features attached within respective variants.
  • Scorpio has been the undisputed King of Indian roads for the last 16 years. It enjoys the confidence of more than 6.5 lakhs proud customers and continues to do well in a highly competitive landscape. Scorpio S9 comes with top-end features like Fully Automatic Temperature Control (FATC), 15 cm Touchscreen Infotainment with GPS navigation, Static-bending Projector Headlamps, LED Light Guides, ORVMs with Side-turn Indicators, Audio & Cruise Controls on Steering. Visit MAHINDRA SYOUV website https://www.mahindrasyouv.com/models/mahindra-scorpio for details.
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Q. Between scorpio and creta, which one is better?
  • For highway sprints creta. If 5 seater is ok then creta. If you need 7 or 8 seater than scorpio is the only choice. However City driving is also a fun with scorpio's perfect gear ratios. Driving one for past 5 years no problems yet...
  • I think only if you want to drive offroad than only scorpio is better else it cannot compete creta in terms of Comfort, smoothness, features, speed pickup and many more for eg I driven Creta at 190 speed , this is not even the top speed of scorpio
  • Scorpio is full size SUV with seven seats and 4x4 system. Creta is small 5 siter suv with features and good performance
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