The ride height of Mahindra Marazzo is not revealed by the brand yet. Mahindra has launched its new MPV, the Marazzo in India with prices starting at Rs 9.99 lakh. The Marazzo has been launched in four variants M2, M4, M6 and M8. The M2 is priced at Rs 9.99 lakh, the M4 at Rs 10.95 lakh, while the M6 and M8 are cost Rs 12.40 lakh and 13.90 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom pan-India) respectively. Click on the link to get an idea about its on-road price: https://bit.ly/2wQ9ggy
| 1 year ago
The Marazzo’s tough body-on-frame construction has been designed
for typical Indian roads and has been extensively tested in real-world condition, on all-types of terrains.
Coupled with large 16 inch wheels (17 inches on the high-end M8), you can rest assured with a trouble-free
| 1 year ago
I have measured it myself. It is 200mm from the centre of inferior margin of front bumper with full load of 7 adults in my M8.
An increase in wheel size not only affects a car’s performance but it also has an impact on noise levels, comfort and fuel economy. As the tyre sidewall height decreases, performance tends to get sharper and handling usually improves too. Lap times also seem to improve but not massively. However, when it comes to NVH (noise, vibration, harshness) smaller rims are usually quieter and less harsh than larger wheels. But this can all depend on the brand and type of tyre you put in your car too. Larger wheels can impact ride quality making for a skittish, more thrashy driving experience. Smaller wheels on the other hand usually make a car feel more comfortable especially when it comes to driving over potholes and rougher road surfaces.
Mahindra Xylo comes with 2.2-litre and a 2.5-litre diesel engine options generating 118.3 and 93.7 BHP, respectively. On the other hand, Mahindra Marazzo can be had with a 1.5-litre, 4-cylinder diesel engine, that churns put 121.0 BHP.