The safest Indian MPV Mahindra Marazzo gets virtual modifications to become ready for longest road trips
Mahindra Marazzo was launched last year and the all-new MPV has gained quite a popularity in the Indian market. SRK Designs has created an expedition-ready version of the Mahindra Marazzo by tweaking it virtually and it really looks like a beast.
The Mahindra Marazzo MPV is only available in Front-Wheel-Drive format, which means that it would not be able to reach challenging places but with the additional features, it sure is more rugged and can be turned into a camp for the occupants anywhere. Mahindra also offers a range of accessories for the Marazzo officially but this is something that you would not get from the official Mahindra dealerships.
The Mahindra Marazzo gets a camouflage treatment on the body with a vinyl wrap. It sure would turn a lot of heads on the roads with a camouflage shade like this. The front bumper of the vehicle also gets tweaked and aftermarket LED lamps have been added just above the fog lamps.
The vehicle gets a silver skid plate at the front and a black cladding has been added all around the vehicle to give it a much more rugged look. The flared fenders of the Marazzo have also been blacked out and matching it are the blacked out ORVMs. The roof-mounted tents have become common in the international expedition vehicles and the Marazzo gets one too.
The tent can be opened anytime to accommodate 3-4 people comfortably. It comes in different sizes too. The Mahindra Marazzo takes on the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga directly in the Indian market. It gets the quietest cabin in the segment and gets many unique features like vertically stacked rear aircon vents. It also gets aircraft style handbrake.
The Mahindra Marazzo recently scored a 4-star rating in the G-NCAP testing, which makes it the safest MPV in the Indian market. It gets powered by an all-new 1.5-litre, four-cylinder diesel engine that produces a maximum of 121 Bhp and peak torque of 300 Nm. It only gets a manual transmission at the moment but Mahindra is expected to add an automatic transmission option to the Marazzo later this year.