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Mahindra Marazzo

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Rs. 13.17 - 15.43 Lakh Showroom Price: Delhi
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The Mahindra Marazzo has received a price increment of up to Rs 44,000 across all variants.

Mahindra Marazzo Engine

For the time being, you get a single 1.5-litre diesel engine with the Marazzo. This engine makes 123PS of power and 300Nm of torque and is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission. There’s no petrol-powered Marazzo yet, neither do you get the choice of an automatic gearbox. But Mahindra has confirmed both will be made available by 2020. In our road test, the Marazzo returned 14.86kmpl in the city and 16.97kmpl on the highway. As expected, it isn’t a particularly quick car, taking a leisurely 15 seconds to reach 100kmph from a standstill.

Mahindra Marazzo Variants

The Mahindra Marazzo variants lineup includes the M2, M4, M6 and M8. With the M2, you get a sour deal: there’s no music system, reverse parking sensors or electric ORVMs. This variant makes sense only if you’re looking to add the Marazzo to your fleet of taxis. If you’re looking to buy for yourself and are on a budget, stretch for the M4 at the least. While this variant too isn’t particularly well-equipped it at least gets a music system, rear wash-wipe, rear defogger, a height-adjustable driver’s seat and electrically-adjustable ORVMs.

With the M6, Mahindra is throwing in quite a lot of goodies. In isolation, it seems like a value offering. But compare the price premium to the M4 and you’d think twice before justifying that expense. It gets 16-inch alloy wheels, projector headlamps, a 4.2-inch TFT display in the instrument cluster, and a touchscreen infotainment system paired with a 6-speaker music system. In the top-spec M8 variant, you get bigger 17-inch alloy wheels, a better touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, automatic climate control, cruise control and leatherette upholstery.

Mahindra Marazzo Features

Inspired by a shark, they say. Do you see the resemblance? We do, even if faintly so. That said, there’s no denying that the Marazzo is a handsome MPV. And we’re glad Mahindra designers haven’t gone overboard in adding unnecessary styling elements to it. The smoked out headlamps work together with the toothy grille to give it a confident face. From the side, the large 17-inch alloy wheels stands out and so does the subtle sliver of chrome that underlines the massive glass area. It’s slightly quirky from the rear but the large shark fin-inspired tail lamps do well to provide some relief to the eyes. With the Marazzo, you get the sense that function was valued over form. Glad!

Because, it clearly shows on the inside. The Marazzo’s wheelbase is longer than that of the Innova Crysta’s. And that’s despite the Mahindra being a full 150mm smaller. Entering and exiting the MPV is a breeze, and there’s a healthy amount of room no matter which row you’re seated in. It’s among the few cars in which you can travel with seven or eight occupants without jostling for room. On the features front, there’s what you’d expect — a touchscreen infotainment system, automatic climate control, cruise control, a 4.2-inch display in the instrument cluster, and leather seats. There’s a unique roof-mounted air-conditioning system as well, which we must say works without a hiccup. Issues include that there’s just one 12V socket in the whole car, and one USB slot for the second row to charge phones. You also don’t get the feel-good features such as auto headlamps, auto wipers or an auto-dimming IRVM. Also, we think the Marazzo could’ve done with side and curtain airbags, at least in the top-spec variant. Standard safety kit includes dual airbags, anti-lock brakes with EBD and all-round disc brakes. Notably, the Marazzo scored a 4-star safety rating in the GlobalNCAP crash test.

Mahindra Marazzo Competitors

Maruti Suzuki Ertiga : : In its new avatar, the Ertiga isn’t really doing anything substantially different compared to the old version. But it does everything a little bit better. And that was all that was required, wasn’t it? Why fix it if it ain’t broke?

Toyota Innova Crysta : : The Crysta has been a beacon of reliability. It scores well across all parameters, from design to engine refinement to the comfort of the passengers. You also get a bevy of features and the after-sales service is unparalleled too. No wonder people still prefer this luxurious people carrier to big and cumbersome SUVs.

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Mahindra Marazzo Price

Marazzo price starts from Rs. 13.17 Lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Marazzo comes in 6 variants with 4 colour options.
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M2 8Str
1497 cc . Diesel . Manual
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What is good and bad in Marazzo?

  • Marazzo Positives

    Space, everyday usability, likeable quality, 4-star safety rating

  • Marazzo Negatives

    Ill-equipped lower variants, no automatic transmission, no petrol engine

  • Expert's Conclusion

    The Mahindra Marazzo has carved out a nice niche for itself, right between the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga and the Toyota Innova Crysta. It’s a pukka 7- /8-seater and has all the goodies a modern family would require. Sure, it isn’t a driver’s delight, but that’s hardly something that’s expected from an MPV anyway!

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  • Mighty satisfied

    Mighty satisfied with the long drives.Probably a couple of features would have caught the eyes.This vehicle definitely lacks the marketing it deserves.So better than many of its counterparts.

  • One of the top quality MUVs

    One of the top quality muvs in the market.Noiselss cabin, Extreme riding comfort.One of the best interiors and space.Mileage will go upto 20 on highways based on the riding /road quality.Easy handling and top class build quality.Still there's is lot of scope for infotainment features in this car.Hope mahindra will add it in upcoming versions.Super service from mahindra.

  • Long drive

    Superb comfort.Best cooling ac.Strong and spacious.Superb leg space.Long drive, Very comfortable.Bought it in october 2019.Very very happy with my decision.

  • 5.0
    Airy interiors

    MARAZZO is an awesome vehicle. Purchased M8 6 seater in 2018 assuming that the vehicle will become a huge success. The vehicle indeed is most comfortable to drive, most spacious in the segment, has airy interiors and very comfortable seating. Had been a great three years of the ownership experience. Except for the fact that the vehicle is not successful in the market, there is no other grievance with it.

  • 5.0
    Inova cryata

    Good vehical i am getting a top modle m6plus it is very confurtable and inova cryata is of high range and marazoo is value for money


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Mahindra Marazzo Colours

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  • Shimmering Silver Shimmering Silver
  • Oceanic Black Oceanic Black
  • Aqua Marine Aqua Marine
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Mahindra Marazzo Mileage

Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed User Reported
Diesel Manual 17.3 Kmpl 17 Kmpl

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Marazzo

Q. Which is better Marazzo, Ertiga or XL6?
  • Selecting between the Maruti Ertiga, Maruti XL6 and Mahindra Marazzo would depend on certain factors such as your preference of the brand, usage, cabin space, fuel type, etc. The Mahindra Marazzo has carved out a nice niche for itself, right between the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga and the Toyota Innova Crysta. It’s a pukka 7- /8-seater and has all the goodies a modern family would require. Sure, it isn’t a driver’s delight, but that’s hardly something that’s expected from an MPV anyway. Whereas, the Ertiga is visually identical to the BS4 model and is wider and longer than its predecessor. It also has 15-inch alloy wheels and LED elements in the taillamps. Interior features include a Smartplay Studio infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a color TFT multi-information display, steering-mounted audio controls, and automatic climate control. So, if you want a comfortable ride for 7 people then you can enjoy it with the reliable people mover Maruti Suzuki Ertiga with a good spacious cabin. On the other hand, Maruti has done enough with the XL6 to distinguish it from the Ertiga but a few more wow features and a better safety package would have made it an irresistible package. As it stands it's a good option for a large family looking for one car that could do it all. However, a few more wow features and a better safety package would have made the XL6 an irresistible package. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test drive before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.
Q. Can we fix 17inch tire to M6 8str? which has R16 size tire?
  • Yes, you may have 17-inch wheels installed in the Marazzo M6 Plus 8 Str. Moreover, we would suggest you to please get in touch with the nearest authorized service center for more details. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for service centers.
Q. Mostly wil buy m6 variant bt wanted to understand from you that hw it is doing nw any rattiling noise ..hw is performance of Ac.. engine... gearbox...what abt front ground clarance is it n isssue?
  • The 1.5-litre engine would manage this full-sized MUV when it’s fully loaded. we’re quite happy to say that in town and on the highway, loaded up with seven passengers, it faced no problems at all. In town, it’s completely at ease even when fully loaded, with the 300Nm of torque cleanly pulling anything we could throw at it at city speeds. The only place where you need to start working the gearbox, using 2nd and 3rd gear more, is when climbing a ghat. Thankfully, the six-speed gearbox is smooth in operation, and driving up slopes was never a problem with the shorter lower ratios giving the engine good drive. This new D15 engine is also quite a refined mill that stays fairly quiet at idle, though it does make its presence audibly felt when revs rise. Its power delivery is delightful - there’s a friendly, linear spread of torque and barely any spike in the drive when the turbo kicks in. The suspension is another area where Mahindra seems to have really done its homework. The Marazzo rides over practically any road really comfortably. Bumps are taken care of with ease and with practically no complaint, in the form of bangs or thuds, from the wheel wells. The only complaint we had was a slight vibration felt through the floorboards caused by smaller imperfections in the road. Even when fully loaded, the Marazzo’s cabin remained nicely composed with barely any side-to-side or up-and-down motion, something that long ladder-frame vehicles like its predecessor, the Xylo, tended to suffer from. Moreover, for a better understanding of compatibility and driving comfort, we would suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.
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Q. Which is the best 7 seater car between Ertiga, Marazzo and Triber?
  • The Triber is a good choice if most of your driving is in the city. It will do anything that the Ertiga can do in the city with relative ease, which includes making use of the third row. It’s even a practical option for those who own small businesses and need to ferry small goods occasionally. Just pop out the back seats and you are good to go. The Ertiga, on the other hand, will serve you better if you do both city as well as highway stints frequently. As compare to Triber, its more powerful engine remains unstressed even when fully loaded and will feel more relaxed on long road trips. If we talk about Mahindra Marazzo, 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. The Mahindra Marazzo is not just the more spacious 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. It is more powerfull and offersd better high speed stability. You may compare all these cars accordingly. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
Q. Which is best for family, Marazzo or Ertiga?
  • Marazzo is best for ur family.They gave lots of space and interior is pretty good compared to eartiga.engine noise and body movements are quite better .better go for marazzo ,sir.
  • If you can afford Marazzo do not even look at Ertiga.This Maruti has the more horrible 3rd row seating a person can imagine. Never even accept this if gifted by anyone
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Q. Ertiga vs Marazzo, Which one is best?
  • MARAZZO has Shark inspired aerodynamic design with aggressive front grille with shark teeth-like chrome inserts and tail lamps inspired by shark’s tailMARAZZO offers luxurious space in each row with best-in-class shoulder room in 1st & 2nd rows and with 108mm more leg room in 3rd rowSpecially designed suspension of MARAZZO gives the smoothest ride on all roads. At the same time, Front Wheel Drive and Electric Power Steering offer agile handling. Smooth ride on rough roads - long travel rear suspension of 245 mm. It has agile handling with Front Wheel Drive, Electric Power Steering and small Turning Radius of 5.25mMARAZZO offers excellent driving experience with 121HP power, 300Nm torque & 6 speed transmission. Highly refined 4-cylinder engine of MARAZZO has very low NVH offering the quietest cabin in its classTHE INDUSTRY FIRST “Surround Cool Technology” used in MARAZZO cools the cabin faster than other vehicles in the segment.
  • Marazzo is an Indian at heart with Pinferrliasdesign an Italian with a full 8 seater capacityelegant dash board rear a/c vents in a diesel varient .Rest will see ..either mahindra is planning for petrol hybrid or an futuristic automatic or fully electric? come yo real grounds go for the variants of ertiga fuel options , done almost with all interior updates to get to the Arena outlets .Has rear vents good leather seats auto hybrid as in ciaz great mileage so verdict why go for a Marazzo now.Thanks
  • I will prefer Ertiga over Marazzo as it is much more spacious then Marazzo. Marazzo is bulkier from outside but the interior space is cramped. Also the built quality and the interior switch qualities are not up-to mark. The maintenance is also slightly higher then ertiga. I hope your query is solved.
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What is the price of Mahindra Marazzo Top Variant in 2022?

The 2022 ex-showroom price of top variant of Mahindra Marazzo is 15.43 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Mahindra Marazzo in 2022?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Mahindra Marazzo is 17.3 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Marazzo.

What is the EMI of Mahindra Marazzo in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Mahindra Marazzo in Delhi is Rs. 25,486 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Mahindra Marazzo?

The top 3 competitors of Mahindra Marazzo are Mahindra Scorpio and Toyota Innova Crysta.

What is the boot space in Mahindra Marazzo?

The boot space in Mahindra Marazzo is 190 L. View full specification of Marazzo

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Is Mahindra Marazzo better than Toyota Innova Crysta?

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