Mahindra has increased prices of its popular models like Thar, XUV700 and Scorpio N in the domestic market this month
Following suit of all other manufacturers hiking the prices of their products, Mahindra has increased prices on the Thar, XUV700 and Scorpio and here we have brought you all the key details.
1. Mahindra Thar:
The prices for the Mahindra Thar have increased from Rs 10.98 Lakh to Rs 11.25 Lakh for the base variant and from Rs 16.93 Lakh to Rs 17.20 Lakh for the top-end version. All the other variants have increased in the range of Rs 23k to 35k. As per the new prices, the lowest hike of Rs 23k is on the LX petrol HT AT (RWD) variant while the highest price hike is on the AX(O) HT MT with MLD (Diesel) variant. (Note: All prices are ex-showroom)
2. Mahindra XUV700:
Interestingly for the XUV700, based on the variant, prices have either been increased or decreased. For example, the base MX (petrol manual) variant is now available at a starting price of Rs 13.99 lakh as opposed to Rs 14.03 Lakh, a reduction of Rs 4,000. Similarly, the petrol automatic version of the AX3 and AX5 variants get price cuts of Rs 8k and 16k, respectively. The top-spec AX7L 7-seater AWD diesel automatic variant has become costlier by Rs 42,000 and is now available at a starting price of Rs 26.99 lakh. The highest price hike is an amount of Rs 57,000 for the AX7L – 7-seater petrol automatic variant.
Not to forget that all these price hikes have come with a benefit on the XUV700 as it was recently launched as the 2024 version in which the major highlight is the inclusion of captain seats in the middle row, ventilated front seats and ORVMs with memory function. The Mahindra XUV700 is not available with a new Napoli Black colour as well.
3. Mahindra Scorpio N & Scorpio Classic:
Firstly, the good news is that there are a few exceptions such as Z8L 4WD (diesel manual) and Z8 4WD and Z8L 4WD (diesel automatic) with no change in price. Apart from that the prices of all other models and variants have been hiked and the Scorpio N petrol manual variants have witnessed a price hike in the range of Rs 34k to Rs 39k. Petrol automatic variants are dearer by Rs 17k to Rs 20k.
Concerning diesel versions, the prices of the manual variants have increased in the range of Rs 1,000 to Rs 39,000. The diesel automatic variants have witnessed a price hike from Rs 11k to Rs 26k. The Mahindra Scorpio N now starts at Rs 13.60 lakh for the Z2 7-seater petrol manual variant. The top-spec Z8L 4WD diesel automatic variant will cost Rs 24.54 lakh.
With the price hike, Mahindra Scorpio Classic is now available in the price range of Rs 13.59 lakh to Rs 17.35 lakh. The rugged and old-school-looking Mahindra Scorpio Classic is only available in 4 trims – S, S 9-seater, S11 CC and S11. The first two variants are costlier by Rs 34k, whereas the latter will cost Rs 29k more.