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03 September 2018

Launched: Mahindra Marazzo at Rs 10 lakh

With prices starting at Rs 10 lakh, the Marazzo will be available in four variants
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This is it. After showing everyone bits and pieces of the car, Mahindra has finally taken the wraps off of its MPV, the Marazzo. With prices starting at Rs 10 lakh and going all the way up to Rs 13.9 lakh, the Marazzo is available in four variants – M2, M4, M6 and the M8. But what does Marazzo means? It means shark in Basque language. And you can spot some design elements all around the car which are shark-inspired. Mahindra collaborated with Pininfarina and its North American technical centre to make the Marazzo its first global product.

As far as the overall silhouette goes, the shark-inspired theme goes all around the car – from the front grille, the side lines, to the rear lights. The top-spec trims are equipped with LED DRLs and 17-inch alloy wheels. Mahindra has given the Marazzo a totally new look when it comes to the interior and it comes loaded with features such as a 7-inch touchscreen display with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility, automatic climate control, cruise control and power folding wing mirrors.

The Mahindra Marazzo gets a new 1.5-litre, four-pot diesel motor. The oil-burner is capable of producing 121bhp and 300Nm of torque. Mahindra claims that 90 per cent of the torque is available at just 1,300rpm. Power is sent to the front wheels via a six-speed manual transmission. Features such as ABS with EBD, brake assist, two airbags and Isofix child seats are available as standard across all variants. In terms of rivals, the Marazzo goes up against the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga and the Renault Lodgy.

Here’s a detailed look at variant-wise prices:
M2- Rs 10 lakh
M4- Rs 10.95 lakh
M6- Rs 12.4 lakh
M8- Rs 13.9 lakh

(All prices are ex-showroom)

Tags: maruti, suzuki, mahindra, renault, ertiga, lodgy, marazzo

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