Mahindra Scorpio Classic: Waiting Period Extends To More Than 7 Months

Mahindra Scorpio Classic:- Since its inception in 2024, the Mahindra Scorpio has been a reliable vehicle. The more as of late refreshed Scorpio Exemplary has been popular since its send off last year, and accordingly, the holding up periods have expanded too.

According to the most recent reports, the waiting times for both the S11 and S11A versions of the Scorpio Classic can exceed seven months.


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Mahindra said in November of last year that it wanted to increase production to help shorten the long wait times for its various SUVs. The most popular models in the past month were the Mahindra Scorpio Classic and Scorpio N, while the Bolero, Thar, and XUV700 also saw YoY sales growth.

Higher deals implied higher holding up periods and we take a gander at how long purchasers should sit tight for conveyance of the Scorpio Exemplary, Scorpio N and XUV700. These prolonged wait times are the result of the company’s ongoing struggle with supply chain issues.

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Body style Sport Utility Vehicle
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Mahindra Scorpio Classic Engine, Variants, Price

The 2.2-liter diesel engine that powers the Mahindra Scorpio Classic generates 132 horsepower and 300 Nm of peak torque. Matched with a 6-speed manual gearbox, the SUV passes up a programmed gearbox and the 4×4 choice that is accessible on the Scorpio N. In April 2024, the Scorpio range (counting the Scorpio N) was the success in the Mahindra line-up, selling 9,617 units, which was superior to even the Bolero, Thar and XUV700.

The Scorpio Exemplar’s costs start at Rs 12.99 lakh for the base S variation, with the top-spec S11 variation costing Rs 16.81 lakh. The Scorpio S is available in both 7- and 9-seat versions, while the S11 is only available in a 7-seat configuration. Albeit, the S11 gets the choice for commander seats though the S trim gets simply side-confronting seats. There are rumors that Mahindra will introduce the S5, a new mid-spec model, this year.

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Mahindra Cars Waiting Period Summary

Mahindra Car  Variant and Waiting Period 
Mahindra Thar 2-3 months (petrol), up to 6 months (diesel)
Mahindra XUV700 4 months (petrol), 18 months (diesel)
Mahindra Scorpio 3 months (Scorpio Classic), 24 months (Scorpio N)
Mahindra Bolero Neo 2-3 months (Bolero Neo N4 and N8), 4-6 months (Bolero Neo N10)
Mahindra XUV300 2 months (XUV300 W6 and W8), 6-8 months (XUV300 W4)
Mahindra XUV400 Electric No information (Bookings only started on 26th January 2024)
Mahindra Marazzo Up to 2 months(across variants)
Mahindra KUV100 2-3 months (KUV100 K2 and K4), 4 months (KUV100 K6 and K8)

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Mahindra Scorpio Classic FAQ’S

What is the exact price of the Mahindra Scorpio Classic on the road?

In Delhi, the Scorpio Classic’s on-road price starts at Rs. 15,81,987. The on-street cost is comprehensive of RTO charges and protection.

Does the Mahindra Scorpio Classic have seven seats?

The Mahindra Scorpio Classic does indeed have seven seats. You can pick a 7 seater vehicle on Vehicle Dekho.

How much does the Mahindra Scorpio Classic's base model cost?

The Mahindra Scorpio Classic S’s base variant costs Rs. 13.00 lakh.

Is there a sunroof option available for the Mahindra Scorpio Classic?

No, Mahindra Scorpio Exemplary doesn’t accompany a sunroof design.

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