Mahindra Scorpio N All Variants Waiting Period Explained In Detail

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Mahindra Scorpio N commands a waiting period of up to 105 weeks for the Z6 and Z8 variants while the base Z2 has it at 90 to 95 weeks

Mahindra introduced the Scorpio N in the domestic market only a while ago and it has been well appreciated by consumers considering that more than one lakh bookings were received in just half an hour since the official reservations opened. The Scorpio N is currently priced between Rs. 11.99 lakh for the base Z2 trim and it goes all the way up to Rs. 23.90 lakh for the range-topping model (ex-showroom).

The Scorpio N is based on a new ladder frame chassis and can be bought in six- and seven-seater layouts and it shares powertrains with the XUV700 and Thar. The deliveries of the Mahindra Scorpio N will commence on September 26, 2022 and the top-spec Z8L will be prioritised as it has a higher demand. Here we give you the waiting period of the Scorpio N variant-wise.

The entry-level Z2 has a waiting period of 90 to 95 weeks for the petrol and diesel versions while the Z4 commands a waiting period of 95 to 100 weeks in most parts of the country. The Mahindra Scorpio N Z6 trim comes with a waiting period of 100 to 105 weeks for both petrol and diesel variants respectively in the domestic market.

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In a similar fashion, the more feature-rich Mahindra Scorpio N Z8 variant has a waiting period of 100 to 105 weeks and the top-of-the-line Z8L has it at 85 to 90 weeks and is the lowest amongst all the variants on offer. It must be noted that the above said waiting periods are indicative and are applicable for all bookings.

Mahindra has been giving the delivery date for each customer for a specific variant after the booking is made. The Scorpio N derives power from a 2.2-litre mHawk turbo diesel and a 2.0-litre mStallion four-pot petrol engine. The former generates a maximum power output of 203 hp and 380 Nm of peak torque (370 Nm in MT) and is paired with a six-speed MT or a six-speed AT.

The oil-burner’s lower state of tune makes 132 hp and 300 Nm while the higher state enables 175 hp and 370 Nm in MT (400 Nm in AT). It also comes with Zip, Zap and Zoom drive modes and in the Zip mode, the power output of limited to 138 hp. A 4WD configuration is available only in the diesel trim.