Mahindra Scorpio Classic gets Nappa leather seat covers
Mahindra recently launched the rebadged Scorpio Classic in the market. It is now sold alongside with the all-new Scorpio N SUV. The Scorpio Classic is basically the older model Scorpio with some cosmetic changes. It is now available in 2 variants only. There is the base S and the top-end S11 variant. The car comes with decent number of features but it is not as loaded as the new Scorpio N. The SUV had already reached the dealerships across India before the launch and it looks like the deliveries have also started. Here we have a Mahindra Scorpio Classic which comes with customised interior.
The video has been uploaded by Car Stylein on their YouTube channel. In this video, the vlogger shows what all customisations, the owner of this Scorpio Classic S11 variant had opted for. As this was the top-end model, all the features were offered from the factory itself. Mahindra now offers a completely beige looking interior for the Scorpio Classic. The beige seat covers and interiors do look premium but, they are often very hard to maintain. That is why, the owner thought of changing the seat covers in the Scorpio Classic.
The owner replaced the beige colour seat cover in the Scorpio Classic with Coffee Brown and Black dual-tone seat covers. The material used for the seat cover is genuine Nappa leather which is of good quality. The owner of this SUV has other cars in his garage and he only wanted to go with the Nappa leather. The fit and finish of the seat covers on this Scorpio Classic is brilliant. It does not look like an aftermarket job. Other than the seat covers, the armrest for both driver and co-driver in the front row has been wrapped in black leather.
The steering wheel came with a leather wrap from the factory so this was not changed. Other than the seats no other panels on the Scorpio Classic have been customised. Mahindra Scorpio Classic looks exactly the same as before. It now comes with a revised front grille which gets chrome garnishes in it. The new Mahindra logo is placed in the center and the bumper gets revisions too. The car gets LED DRLs in the headlamp and on the bumper too. There is a silver coloured skid plate at the front too. Coming to the side profile, the Scorpio Classic gets 17 inch machine cut alloy wheels. There are Scorpio Classic branding on the side body claddings and the tail lamps have also been revised. There is a pillar light included in the Classic version which was missing earlier.
The Scorpio Classic gets a multi-function steering wheel with cruise control and buttons to control the touchscreen infotainment system. There is an automatic climate control and there is no reverse parking camera. Mahindra Scorpio Classic is powered by a 2.2 litre mHawk turbo diesel engine. It is available with a 6-speed manual gearbox only and the engine generates 130 bhp and 300 Nm of peak torque. Price for Scorpio Classic starts at Rs 11.99 lakh, ex-showroom and goes up to Rs 15.49 lakh, ex-showroom.
Mahindra recently launched the rebadged Scorpio Classic in the market. It is now sold alongside with the all-new Scorpio N SUV. The Scorpio Classic is basically the older model Scorpio with some cosmetic changes. It is now available in 2 variants only. There is the base S and the top-end S11 variant. The car comes…