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Watch full review of Mahindra Scorpio N 4×4 Diesel, performance is very strong

Mahindra Scorpio N Review: Mahindra Scorpio N is a very popular model of the company. We have already experienced its petrol and diesel 4×2 by driving, but its 4×4 variant was yet to be tested, so we already drove its 4×4 variant for a while, but later we got this variant Experienced driving for a long time. The starting variants of the Scorpio are available with the N 4X4 diesel engine, though the higher variants get both manual and auto transmission options.


The gold shade on the Scorpio N looks quite different and attractive, making the SUV look bigger and more premium, as we mentioned earlier in our first drive review, how the Scorpio N is eye-catching and now even more premium Looks


Talking about its interiors, the situation is the same here too, it has more than one top-of-the-line features, which is very different from the normal Scorpio. Talking about its price range, it is not equipped with as many premium and modern features as the Mahindra XUV700, but according to its price point, it has been given a lot. The music system is great and the 8-inch touch screen looks great, though we do miss a 360-degree camera. The Scorpio N comes equipped with all the features required for a premium SUV at this price point, including dual zone climate control, sunroof, connected car tech, front/rear parking sensors etc. The dual zone climate control impressed us and cools the cabin decently, but the rear camera could have been a bit better. There is a lot of space in the middle row and we have no complaints about it.

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How is the performance?

Talking about the performance of this 4×4, we came across a 6 speed torque converter auto variant with drive modes (Zip Zap and Zoom). The 4XPlor system is also new which comes with a low range gearbox as well as lockable differential plus terrain modes (Normal, Snow, Mud and Sand). Our first test was its water wading ability and here its 500mm ground clearance came in handy as it gave us a more luxurious experience than a compact SUV. Its hard suspension is great for bad roads and its 4×4 is very special for off-roading enthusiasts. Despite being bigger in size, it is almost as capable as the Thar and goes through mud and boulders very easily. Its off-road capability is what sets the Scorpio N apart from its other rivals. Its 4×2 is also quite capable for the cities but 4×4 unlocks the full potential of the car.

driving experience

The light steering is quite comfortable to handle on the road. Diesel engine noise remains under control even on slightly bouncy roads. Although its 4×4 feels a bit heavy, but this does not reduce the performance and the on-road driving experience remains intact. It gives you a mileage of 10-11 kmpl, but the 4×4 is more expensive than the 2WD version.


Overall, the Scorpio N 4X4 is a value for money package for us. Because it has enough capability to meet the requirements of off-roading apart from normal city use. We really liked its looks, design, road presence, 4×4 capability and performance, though the steering is a bit heavy and the 360-degree camera is also missing.


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