Mahindra Scorpio N Automatic And 4x4 Prices Revealed, Top-spec Variant Stretches To Rs 23.90 Lakh

The Scorpio N starts from Rs 12 lakh for the base petrol-powered variant

  • Available with 200PS 2-litre petrol and 132PS and 175PS 2.2-litre diesel engines. 

  • 4WD offered with 175PS diesel engine with manual and automatic transmissions. 

  • Base 132PS diesel engine doesn’t get an automatic option. 

  • Official bookings open on July 30, ‘Add to cart’ function currently available. 

  • Deliveries slated to begin on September 26. 

Mahindra has revealed the prices for the Scorpio N’s automatic and four-wheel drive (4WD) variants. With that, the SUV’s introductory prices are fully revealed and will be available to book from 11am on July 30. For now, you can configure the SUV and ‘add it to cart’ on the official website. First deliveries will commence on September 26. 

New Mahindra Scorpio N Price 

The new Scorpio N is priced from Rs 12 lakh to Rs 23.9 lakh. Note that these are introductory prices, valid for the first 25,000 Scorpio-N SUVs.

Diesel variant and engine-transmission combination

2WD Price 

4WD Price 

132PS Z2 MT 

Rs 12.49 lakh 


132PS Z4 MT 

Rs 13.99 lakh 


175PS Z4 MT 


Rs 16.44 lakh 

175PS Z4 AT 

Rs 15.95 lakh 


175PS Z6 MT

Rs 14.99 lakh 


175PS Z6 AT 

Rs 16.95 lakh 


175PS Z8 MT 

Rs 17.49 lakh 

Rs 19.94 lakh 

175PS Z8 AT 

Rs 19.45 lakh  

Rs 21.90 lakh 

175PS Z8 L MT 

Rs 19.49 lakh 

Rs 21.94 lakh 

175PS Z8 L AT 

Rs 21.45 lakh 

Rs 23.90 lakh 

175PS Z8 L 6-seater MT 

Rs 19.69 lakh 


175PS Z8 L 6-seater AT 

Rs 21.65 lakh 


*Introductory ex-showroom prices for the first 25,000 orders only 

The new 6-speed Aisin automatic transmission comes at a premium of Rs 1.96 lakh over manual transmission variants, while 4WD is for a hefty Rs 2.45 lakh more. In the top-spec Z8 L trim, the Scorpio N is available as a six-seater with second-row captain seats for a relatively small premium of Rs 20,000 over the respective 7-seater variants. However, you cannot combine it with the 4WD option. 

Petrol variant 

Manual transmission price 

Automatic transmission price


Rs 11.99 lakh 



Rs 13.49 lakh 

Rs 15.45 lakh 


Rs 16.99 lakh  

Rs 18.95lakh 

Z8 L

Rs 18.99 lakh 

Rs 20.95 lakh 

Z8 L 6-seater 

Rs 19.19 lakh 

Rs 21.15 lakh 

*Introductory ex-showroom prices for the first 25,000 orders only

The petrol-powered Scorpio N can be had with an auto ‘box in all except the base Z2 trim levels. You can’t get the petrol Scorpio N in the Z6 trim level since it’s diesel-only.  It also misses out on the 4WD option for now.

Scorpio N Powertrains And Features 

Similar to the Mahindra XUV700 and Thar, the Scorpio N gets the choice of – 2-litre turbo petrol and 2.2-litre diesel engines. 


2-litre Petrol 

2.2-litre diesel 






370Nm MT
380Nm AT 


370Nm (MT)

400Nm (AT)





4x4 available 




The petrol engine is the most powerful of the bunch with a 200PS+ power output. However, the 175PS diesel engine doesn’t trail far behind and makes the most torque of the three units at 400Nm (in the automatic variant). 

The Mahindra Scorpio N is a feature-packed SUV with a long list of equipment such as an electric sunroof, dual-zone climate control, ventilated front seats, a powered driver’s seat and a wireless phone charger. It’s equipped with an 8-inch infotainment touchscreen with Alexa voice assistant and ‘what 3 words’ navigation, paired with a 12-speaker Sony 3D audio system. 

As for safety features, the Scorpio gets up to 6 airbags, front and rear parking cameras and sensors, ESC, TPMS and onboard telematics. It also gets a driver attention warning system similar to the XUV700. Ventilated front and rear disc brakes are standard across all variants. 

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The Mahindra Scorpio N competes with the Hyundai Alcazar, Tata Safari and MG Hector Plus. It’ll be sold alongside a mildly updated version of the current model, set to be revealed soon as the Scorpio Classic.

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