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New Mahindra Scorpio Vs Old Scorpio – How Are They Different

Old vs New Mahindra Scorpio 2017

We bring together the old and the new Scorpio to find out how different are they from each other.

Mahindra Scorpio has undergone several changes over its long product cycle spanning 15 years. It received radical changes in the last generation leap in 2014, albeit the facelift gets subtle cosmetic tweaks, styling updates to the cabin, additional kit, a new manual transmission and a more powerful engine. While an all-new Scorpio is expected to be launched by 2020, the facelift bridges the gap until the next-gen Scorpio arrives. In this comparison, we bring together the old and the new Scorpio to find out how different are they from each other.

Old vs New Mahindra Scorpio 2017 Price

Name of the Car Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)
New Mahindra Scorpio Rs 9.97 lakh to Rs 16.01 lakh
Old Mahindra Scorpio Rs 9.93 lakh to Rs 15.56 lakh

-The old Scorpio was available primarily with 5 variants (S2, S4, S6, S8 and S10) with 120bhp, 2.2-litre mHawk engine, priced in the range of Rs 9.93 lakh to Rs 15.56 lakh.

-Mahindra has renamed the variants in the new Scorpio that now comes broadly in four variants-S3, S5, S7 & S11.

-With cosmetic changes, a more powerful engine and a new manual transmission, the new Scorpio has been priced at Rs 9.97 lakh for the base trim.

-The fully-loaded top-spec variant is available for Rs 16.01 lakh.

New Mahindra Scorpio 2017

Old vs New Mahindra Scorpio 2017 Specifications

Specifications Old Mahindra Scorpio New Mahindra Scorpio
Diesel 2.2-litre mHAWK 2.2-litre mHAWK
Power (Bhp) 120 120 & 140
Torque (Nm) 280 280 & 320
Transmission 5-speed MT 5-speed & 6-speed MT

-The new Mahindra Scorpio gets a 2.5-litre engine with 75bhp power for the entry level S3 trim.

-Mahindra’s 120bhp, 2.2-litre mHawk engine powers the S5 and S7 (120) variants in the line-up.

-And the top-spec S7 (140) as well as S11 variants propel on the 140bhp, 320Nm 2.2-litre mHawk engine paired to an all-new 6-speed manual transmission.

Old vs New Mahindra Scorpio 2017 Mileage

Model Name Petrol Mileage (Km/l) Diesel Mileage (km/l)
New Mahindra Scorpio NA 12-16
Old Mahindra Scorpio NA 15.4

-Fuel economy delivered by the new Scorpio is almost like the outgoing model.

-The old Scorpio delivered between 12 to 16 km/l and the new model returns around 15 km/l.

Old vs New Mahindra Scorpio 2017 Dimensions

Dimensions New Mahindra Scorpio Old Mahindra Scorpio
Length (mm) 4,456 4,456
Breadth (mm) 1,820 (without ORVMs) 1,820 (without ORVMs)
Height (mm) 1,930 1,930
Wheelbase (mm) 2,680 2,680
Seating Capacity 7 7
Boot Space (Litres) 460 460

-There is no change in terms of dimensions, and both the models measure same.

Old vs New Mahindra Scorpio 2017 Features 

Key Features New Mahindra Scorpio Old Mahindra Scorpio
Rear AC Vents No No
Touchscreen Infotainment system Yes Yes
Height adj. driver seat Yes Yes
Power-operated ORVMs Yes Yes
Bluetooth connectivity Yes Yes
Steering mounted audio & calling controls Yes Yes
Apple CarPlay & Android Auto Yes No
Navigation system Yes Yes
Rear wiper & washer Yes Yes
Push start/stop No No

-Aside from an all new six-speed manual transmission, the new Scorpio gets a new seven-slat chrome grille inspired by Imperio, new faux leather interiors, new alloy wheels, new tailgate, new sleek red lens LED taillamps etc.

-There is a 6.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Bluetooth, CD player, DVD player, USB-port and Aux-in.

-The new Scorpio also gets smartphone connectivity bits including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

-Mahindra has carved out enhanced storage spaces within the cabin.

Old vs New Mahindra Scorpio 2017 Safety Features

Key Features New Mahindra Scorpio Old Mahindra Scorpio
Dual front airbags Yes Yes
ABS with EBD Yes Yes
Rear parking camera Yes Yes
Rear Defogger Yes Yes
ISOFIX No No
Reverse parking sensor Yes Yes
Day/Night IRVM Yes Yes
All Disc brakes No No
NCAP Rating NA 0 Star (2016 Global NCAP)

-The 6.0-inch display in the new Scorpio also doubles as a reverse parking camera.

-The new reverse parking camera comes with dynamic assist.

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