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Mahindra Cars

Indian car maker Mahindra also known as the SUV maker of India predominantly manufactures SUVs. With some cult cars like the Bolero, Scorpio and the XUV5OO, Mahindra cars have a huge fanbase in India. In the latest news, the car maker has launched an Adventure edition of Thar in the South African market.

Mahindra Car Price

Mahindra cars price starts at Rs. 4.88 lakh for the cheapest car KUV100 NXT and goes up to Rs. 30.70 lakh for the top model Mahindra Alturas G4. Mahindra offers 17 new car models in India. Scorpio (Rs. 10.20 lakh), Thar (Rs. 9.60 lakh) and XUV500 (Rs. 12.31 lakh) are among the popular cars from Mahindra. In the year 2020/2021, Mahindra is going to launch 6 new models in India. Select a Mahindra car to know the latest offers in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and reviews.

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Q. Ertiga vs Marazzo, Which one is best?
  • Why Buy Maruti Ertiga?: - More affordable: The Ertiga is the most economical one of the two. In fact, it tops out within a lakh compared to the base price of the diesel-powered Ertiga. - Petrol engine options: Unlike the Marazzo, the Ertiga comes with a petrol engine and it is an all-new 1.5-litre engine that it shares with the updated Ciaz. The petrol powered Marazzo is only expected post the implementation of BSVI emission norms. - More frugal: Thanks the mild-hybrid tech and smaller displacement diesel engine, the Ertiga is more fuel efficient than the Marazzo. As per the official fuel efficiency figures, there’s a difference of over 8kmpl between the two diesel MPVs - Automatic option: The petrol version of the Ertiga comes with an option of a torque converter automatic, same as the Ciaz. The automatic option is available with the V and Z variants of the petrol Ertiga. The Mahindra Marazzo will also come with that option, but only in 2020. Why Buy Mahindra Marazzo?: - Spacious cabin: According to Mahindra, the Marazzo has the largest footprint of any of its products to date. In fact, its wheelbase is longer than that of the XUV500 mid-size SUV and can easily seat three 6-footers one behind the other in all the rows with some room to spare. - Solid underpinnings: Unlike the Ertiga, the Mahindra Marazzo is a body-on-frame MPV. Such underpinnings are not only known to offer better ride quality over rough roads, but also superior longevity. - Plusher passenger experience: The Mahindra Marazzo is not just the more spacious of the two but also pampers rear passengers a bit better. It gets captain seats for the second row right from the base M2 variant. Moreover, the Marazzo is equipped with a proper AC unit for middle and rear passengers, unlike the Ertiga that has just a blower.
  • Why Buy Maruti Ertiga?: - More affordable: The Ertiga is the most economical one of the two. In fact, it tops out within a lakh compared to the base price of the diesel-powered Ertiga. - Petrol engine options: Unlike the Marazzo, the Ertiga comes with a petrol engine and it is an all-new 1.5-litre engine that it shares with the updated Ciaz. The petrol powered Marazzo is only expected post the implementation of BSVI emission norms. - More frugal: Thanks the mild-hybrid tech and smaller displacement diesel engine, the Ertiga is more fuel efficient than the Marazzo. As per the official fuel efficiency figures, there’s a difference of over 8kmpl between the two diesel MPVs - Automatic option: The petrol version of the Ertiga comes with an option of a torque converter automatic, same as the Ciaz. - The automatic option is available with the V and Z variants of the petrol Ertiga. The Mahindra Marazzo will also come with that option, but only in 2020. Why Buy Mahindra Marazzo?: - Spacious cabin: According to Mahindra, the Marazzo has the largest footprint of any of its products to date. In fact, its wheelbase is longer than that of the XUV500 mid-size SUV and can easily seat three 6-footers one behind the other in all the rows with some room to spare. - Solid underpinnings: Unlike the Ertiga, the Mahindra Marazzo is a body-on-frame MPV. Such underpinnings are not only known to offer better ride quality over rough roads, but also superior longevity. - Plusher passenger experience: The Mahindra Marazzo is not just the more spacious of the two but also pampers rear passengers a bit better. It gets captain seats for the second row right from the base M2 variant. Moreover, the Marazzo is equipped with a proper AC unit for middle and rear passengers, unlike the Ertiga that has just a blower.
  • Why Buy Maruti Ertiga?: - More affordable: The Ertiga is the most economical one of the two. In fact, it tops out within a lakh compared to the base price of the diesel-powered Ertiga. - Petrol engine options: Unlike the Marazzo, the Ertiga comes with a petrol engine and it is an all-new 1.5-litre engine that it shares with the updated Ciaz. The petrol powered Marazzo is only expected post the implementation of BSVI emission norms. - More frugal: Thanks the mild-hybrid tech and smaller displacement diesel engine, the Ertiga is more fuel efficient than the Marazzo. As per the official fuel efficiency figures, there’s a difference of over 8kmpl between the two diesel MPVs - Automatic option: The petrol version of the Ertiga comes with an option of a torque converter automatic, same as the Ciaz. The automatic option is available with the V and Z variants of the petrol Ertiga. The Mahindra Marazzo will also come with that option, but only in 2020. Why Buy Mahindra Marazzo?: - Spacious cabin: According to Mahindra, the Marazzo has the largest footprint of any of its products to date. In fact, its wheelbase is longer than that of the XUV500 mid-size SUV and can easily seat three 6-footers one behind the other in all the rows with some room to spare. -Solid underpinnings: Unlike the Ertiga, the Mahindra Marazzo is a body-on-frame MPV. Such underpinnings are not only known to offer better ride quality over rough roads, but also superior longevity. -Plusher passenger experience: The Mahindra Marazzo is not just the more spacious of the two but also pampers rear passengers a bit better. It gets captain seats for the second row right from the base M2 variant. Moreover, the Marazzo is equipped with a proper AC unit for middle and rear passengers, unlike the Ertiga that has just a blower.
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Q. Life time of an engine or how many kilometers does XUV500 engine run under good maintenance?
  • Hi, No fixed Parameters to judge or to limit the life of any engine, it depends on a lot of factors. My XUV is touching 1.15L KMs, it is 5 years old but still performs like new, I used it for both, city driving and highways, it has never let me down so far. I have done non-stop solo trips in extremely rainy conditions, in extreme summers, and in extreme wintery condition as well, all such trips I'm talking are between 800 to 1200 KMs. Never a problem, ever! If you'll respect it, it will respect you back, if you'll abuse it, well, it will still reciprocate!With my engine, I'm sure I'm not gonna have any major issues in the engine before 5L KMs. Regards!
  • Well, I had bought xuv 500 in sep 2013, and have driven it for 70,000 KM's. But mine was a bad experience. The car's body is badly corroded in multiple places and rain water is leaking through the roof!!. Despite of taking good care of the car over these 6 years , the condition is badly deteriorated. This is for sure that Mahindra uses cheap quality door making their cars and any investment ( I had paid 18 lacs ,on road price then) made would go down the drain. Would never buy a Mahindra car ever again!!
  • Hello sir in nagpur company authorized service center is very worst they don't do good servicing and repairing work at all we have to depend upon the local automobiles only and they do better than the mahindra workshops
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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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Mahindra User Reviews

  • Marazzo
    4.3
    110 reviews & ratings
    Marazzo

    if it have sunroof so Bright colors, water balloons, lavish gujiyas and melodious songs' are the ingredients of perfect Holi. Wish you a very happy and wonderful Holi.- BHOUMIK PRAJAPATI

    Sangeeta
    Sangeeta 3 weeks ago
    Marazzo User Reviews
  • Scorpio
    4.0
    785 reviews & ratings
    Scorpio

    I used mahindra scorpio from May 2012 to Jan 2020, Recently I sold this car.Very good exterior and interior design & best economical cars in SUV type.Good experience for long drive and hills area.Personally I feel scorpio is my family member, In future I will purchase scorpio only.If anyone wants to purchase SUV type car, I recommend scorpio cars only.

    Desai
    Desai 3 weeks ago
    Scorpio User Reviews
  • Scorpio
    4.0
    785 reviews & ratings
    Scorpio

    scorpio has great road presence and it feels like king of the road while driving . I got captain seat version but the space was always issue.. if you have more than two bahas it has be 4 seater only and if we were 5 then no luggage space.. one more area it was bot so good was driving ergonomics got my elbow hurt many times by door.. spending 15 lacs on it was bot a great decision but got very good resale value.so no regret..miss that king feeling.

    Ashutosh
    Ashutosh 1 month ago
    Scorpio User Reviews
  • XUV500
    4.3
    600 reviews & ratings
    XUV500

    Very bad experience with this car in regard with maintenance. The car has the inbuilt GPS problem.The mahindra couldn't solve the problem till now.

    Vrishnu
    Vrishnu 1 month ago
    XUV500 User Reviews
  • XUV500
    4.3
    600 reviews & ratings
    XUV500

    I am using this car for 5 years now and I don't have much complaints except for the mileage and services. The car keys are also poorly made, I had to change both the keys. The functional keys on the steering could have been much easy to use. Except for these, it's a safe car and comfortable if you have a big family.

    Pooja
    Pooja 1 month ago
    XUV500 User Reviews
  • TUV 300
    4.0
    101 reviews & ratings
    TUV300

    It's a decent vehicle. Not many features but yet can be driven for long distance. Second row is good as well when we say it is sub four meter vehicle. Mileage is good, at steady 90 kmph you get 18.5 on highway and 14 in city. Luggage capacity is decent and good for Indian roads.

    NitinRMagal
    NitinRMagal 1 month ago
    TUV300 User Reviews
  • Marazzo
    4.3
    110 reviews & ratings
    Marazzo

    It's best family car spacious and comfortable in every way driving seating. And for cruising it is powerful. At only one point I face problem that is Mahindra after sales service should be improve. They are having best products so plz improve your service Mahindra..

    Aman
    Aman 2 months ago
    Marazzo User Reviews
  • Thar
    3.9
    137 reviews & ratings
    Thar

    No problem vehicle 9 years 178k In Odometer 3 sets of tyres, 8 wiper blades, 3 sets of brake shoes, 2 UNiversal joints, One soft top. One headlamp bulb.Had to change the brake system as the launch vehicle brakes were really worst. Rest all touchwood.

    Ganesh
    Ganesh 2 months ago
    Thar User Reviews
  • Marazzo
    4.3
    110 reviews & ratings
    Marazzo

    Such a fantastic car better than Scorpio and i think this car is best for family and available in low cost and low maintenance.Best car of mahindraand suggest people to buy mahindra in place of Scorpio.

    Azma
    Azma 2 months ago
    Marazzo User Reviews
  • KUV100 NXT
    4.0
    178 reviews & ratings
    KUV100 NXT

    trash product by mahindra sold kuv100 k4 petrol after using 2 years. very bad suspension, low mileage (only 7 kmpl) and no resale value comfort level is zero, engine vibration cabin noise. there are better options in market in this price range.

    Sanjay
    Sanjay 2 months ago
    KUV100 NXT User Reviews

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