Sunday, October 4, 2009

Mahindra Scorpio Images and Specifications

2010 Mahindra Scorpio

2010 Mahindra Scorpio
2010 Mahindra Scorpio
2010 Mahindra Scorpio
2010 Mahindra Scorpio
2010 Mahindra Scorpio
2010 Mahindra Scorpio

2010 Mahindra Scorpio

2010 Mahindra Scorpio
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Mahindra Scorpio Car Review in India
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New Mahindra Scorpio
New Mahindra Scorpio Car - Exterior
Quick Take
* Fuel Economy 11/14 km/l (city/highway), 2.2L I-4 Diesel
Available Engines 2.2L Turbocharged In-line 4 m-Hawk, 120 bhp, Diesel
Available Transmissions 5-Speed Manual Transmission (MT)
6-Speed Automatic Transmission (AT)
* Estimated values may differ under various conditions.
Highlights Pros Cons
* India's first BS IV Car.
* Revolutionary Micro-Hybrid Technology.
* Powerful mHawk Diesel Engine.
* Effortless Acceleration.
* Fire Retardant Upholstery.
* Excellent Driving Experience.
* Automatic Transmission only on Top-End Variant.
The Scorpio is a gentle yet powerful SUV from Mahindra & Mahindra. The new Scorpio reflects the muscular DNA of Mahindra with its aggressive stances, muscular adornments, strongly toned form, and revolutionary engine technology.

The first Mahindra Scorpio introduced in 2002 had set new benchmarks in the industry with its innovative styling, structure, and automotive technology. Since then, the SUV has undergone various modifications and changes to continue its story of domination.

The new Scorpio rightly tagged as 'Mighty Muscular' continues to retain Scorpio's worth and credibility in the market. It is introduced with a more powerful mHawk engine and revolutionary micro-hybrid technology. It also confirms to strict emission norms and makes the new Scorpio India's first BS IV car.
Powertrain & Performance
The Scorpio is available in five variants: LX, SLE, VLX, VLX BS4, and VLX Automatic. The heart of all the variants is a refined 2.2-litre 4-cylinder mHawk diesel engine that is mated to revolutionary micro-hybrid technology. The engine generates a whopping 120 bhp of power and propels the car from 0 to 60 km/h in just 5.7 seconds.

The advanced mHawk engine is one of the most recent innovations in the Indian car industry and in the new Scorpio it is optimized for higher fuel efficiency and lower emissions. It is supported with Bosch common rail diesel technology with solenoid injectors to give an incredible boost to mileage and also help conserve the environment. Moreover, the mHawk's new 2-stage chain drive system and hydraulic lash adjuster drastically reduce the level of engine noise resulting in smoother and quieter operation.

In addition, the micro-hybrid technology enables the engine to intelligently switch off when the car is idle, eventually lowering fuel-consumption and reducing pollution. The system automatically starts the engine again when the clutch pedal is pressed. It also makes the car compliant to BS IV emission norms.

The SUV is linked to a 2-wheel drive with independent front with coil springs and anti-roll bar or a 4-wheel drive torsion bar front suspension. A multilink rear suspension with coil springs provides good ride stability and comfort.

A 5-speed manual transmission comes standard on the 2009 Scorpio and a 6-speed automatic transmission is present on the top-end VLX Automatic variant. The automatic transmission is fitted with user engaged and auto engaged modes for an excellent driving experience.

Under the user engaged mode is the 'N' and 'W'. 'N' is the normal mode for ordinary driving conditions and 'W' is the winter mode that can be switched over to on icy and slippery roads to improve the car's stability. It also has an additional 'M' mode that is the manual/engine brake mode that utilizes braking force of the engine for enhanced control on steep descents.

In the auto engaged mode there are 'Uphill and Downhill Mode' and 'Fast-Off Mode'. Uphill and Downhill Mode is the basic control unit of the transmission system that implements relevant gear shifts whereas the Fast-Off Mode helps to avoid any kind of rapid gear changes in case the driver releases the pedal quickly.

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