Mahindra has an order book of over 1.43 Lakh Cars

Mahindra and Mahindra recently revealed that the brand had an order book of over 1.43 lakh cars as of July 2022. Of those 1.43 lakh cars, the XUV 700 has over 80,000 reservations, followed by Thar with 26,000 reservations. The Mahindra Bolero garnered over 15,000 reservations while the XUV 300 received 14,000 reservations. The XUV700 and the Thar are clearly the most popular Mahindra SUVs on the market today and both require a waiting period of over a year. Mahindra will also unveil the XUV400 EV in September, which is essentially an electric version of the XUV300.

Also read: Confirmed: Mahindra XUV300 EV will be called XUV400 Electric

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Mahindra: recent launches

Mahindra recently launched the next generation Scorpio N at ₹11.99 lakh. Although the Scorpio-N is brand new from the ground up, it will co-exist with the current Scorpio which will be rebranded as the Scorpio Classic. Reservations for the Scorpio N will begin July 30. For now, Mahindra has only revealed pricing for the manual variants. Pricing for the automatic and 4×4 variants will be revealed on July 21.

This SUV will be available in Z2, Z4, Z6, Z8 and Z8L variants. The Scorpio N is available with a 2.0-litre turbocharged Mstallion unit that produces 200bhp and 380nm of torque. The diesel engine is a 2.2-liter Mhawk unit available in two tuning states. The base Z2 gets 132hp and 300nm of torque while the top variants produce 175hp and 400nm of torque. Transmission options include a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic. The Scorpio also comes with an optional 4×4 which comes with Mahindra’s 4xplor system which comes with Terrain modes.

The interior of the Scorpio N will feature an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system that runs on the Adrenox system paired with Sony’s premium 12-speaker audio system, switchgear and panel to toggle that houses buttons for various functions, and wheel steering is shared with the XUV700. The instrument cluster is an analog unit with a large color MID. The center console houses Mahindra’s 4Xplor system swivel wheel which can be used to select the various terrain and 4 down modes.

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