31 July 2018 by Gagan Modi
Mahindra all set to launch in Marazzo MPV with Price Competitiveness to compete against Toyota Innova Crysta
Mahindra is all set to launch most Spacious ever MPV built by Mahindra with enough Cabin Space on all 3 Rows to make all Occupants sitting on all 3 Rows to give feel of Space without any discomfort
Mahindra is working towards a lot differentiation in Marazzo than all the cars ever made by offering USP as
» All New 1.5 Litre MFalcon Petrol and Diesel Engine. Its expected that Diesel Engine will deliver in 120 BHP Power with over 300 NM Torque.
» Build on Monocoque Chassis design (as what XUV500 is designed) and to be available in both Manual and Automatic
» Promises Surround Cool Technology where AC vents will be on Center Side on Roof on both sides with Powerful AC Compressor
» Styling Element with all New Instrument Cluster design, Touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple Car Play, Projectors, LED DRL, Push Button Ignition, Piano Black on Dash, Rear View Camera, Premium Leather Upholstery, Surround AC Vent, Cruise Control, LED Tail light and much more
» Mahindra really want Marazzo to be successful and designed product with Collaborative Technical know how from inhouse Mahindra Research center in India and USA and will be a Global product on lines of Scorpio and XUV500 as what sold by Mahindra
» Price Likely to be in range of Rs 10 Lakh to Rs 14 Lakh in Manual and Rs 15 Lakh for Automatic, and thus will offer a Spacious MPV for buyers considering a bigger car than Ertiga but even more space than Innova with Top of Line Model with Fully Loaded Features at a price slight lower than base model of Innova Crysta.
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Its expected that Mahindra Marazzo will be launched in around September End to Early October 2018
Mahindra has lot of hopes as they have invested a lot in terms of Technology, Space, Styling, Features and likely to be priced competitively to offer a car which can really be tough competition to Toyota Innova Crysta and offer a choice of upgrade to Maruti Ertiga owners