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  • Q. Which variant is best in Mahindra Marazzo?

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    Mahindra
    Mahindra | 6 months ago

    The MARAZZO offers an unmatched package of shark-inspired aerodynamic design, luxurious space, best-in-class ‘smoothest ride, quietest cabin & fastest cooling’ and much more. MARAZZO is offered in 4 variants: M2, M4, M6 & M8. The top model is the M8 variant that is feature packed. However, features like Dual Airbags • ABS with EBD & BA • Disc Brakes on all wheels • ISO FIX mounts for Child seat • Rear A/C with Surround cool technology • 1 touch tumble down 2nd row seat (LH side) • 7 seater with Captain Seats • Side turn indicator on ORVMs • ECO mode are offered in all variants. So depending on how much your planning to invest it would be value for money.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The Marazzo is available in 4 variants: M2, M4, M6 and M8. Out of which, M2 trim is best suitable for fleet operators. On the other hand, if you want this car for personal use and are on a tight budget then we would suggest you to atleast pick for M4 variant. Apart from it, if your planing to buy its M6 variant then we would suggest you to stretch your budget and opt for its M8 trim as in this trim Marazzo offers noticeable feature disparity among its lineup. And the M8 is the only one variant that gets all the bells and whistles, including several that should have been offered in the lower variants, like auto climate control and cruise control. The highlight of the M8 variant is its Android Auto and Apple CarPlay (to be added later)-enabled 7-inch touchscreen system and leatherette upholstery. The premium of Rs 1.5 lakh that Mahindra is charging for the M8 is on the higher side but it’s only the M8 variant that will make you feel that you’re driving a modern-day vehicle. Click on the link to compare: https://bit.ly/2NmoJ2h

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    Nikhil
    Nikhil | 1 month ago

    You can go with m6 I m very much associated with marrazo right before it's launching my suggestion is m6 if money is not countable than top variant m8 but value for money is m6

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    Anjan
    Anjan | 3 months ago

    For personal users...I suggest to take the Top versions M8 or M6 atleast. For commercial purpose, M2 is the best value for money with high return.

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    Praveen
    Praveen | 12 months ago

    M2 cost around 11.6 L... U can add accessories for 40k max... So total cost would nearing 12 L.If u go for M4 it cost around 13.5 L with same inbuilt accessories what u put for 40k

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    Juned
    Juned | 3 months ago

    It's all depends on you what kind of features you want

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    Sudheendra
    Sudheendra | 3 months ago

    M8 or M2 if financial compromised

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    Gaurav
    Gaurav | 5 months ago

    M8 for features and M2 for Budget

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    Mallampati
    Mallampati | 4 months ago

    Low cost basic

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    Swamy
    Swamy | 3 months ago

    M8

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Q. What type of airbags available in Mahindra Marazzo?
A. There are Driver and Passenger airbags available in the top model of Mahindra Marazzo.
Q. What are the colours available in Mahindra Marazzo?
A. Mahindra Marazzo is available in 6 colours:
  • Iceberg White

  • Poseidon Purple

  • Mariner Maroon

  • Shimmering Silver

  • Oceanic Black

  • Aqua Marine

Q. How many cylinders does Mahindra Marazzo has?
A. Mahindra Marazzo comes with 4 cylinders.
Q. How many gears available in Mahindra Marazzo?
A. There are 6 Speed gears available in Mahindra Marazzo.
Q. What is the mileage of Mahindra Marazzo?
A. The mileage of Mahindra Marazzo is 17.3 kmpl. This is the claimed ARAI mileage for all the variants of Marazzo.
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