There have been so many reports on the upcoming Mahindra Scorpio facelift; it was the sight of attraction at every stage of development from test mule to production. Scorpio is the prime profit player of the Indian based firm, Mahindra, and the whole nation is waiting for the car.
It is just a few days away before the new Scorpio facelift launches, Mahindra has decided to introduce the car by the end of the month. There is an exciting piece of information for those who just want to grab the car at the earliest, the company plans to sell the Scorpio facelift via Snapdeal, an online retail store that sells cloths, perfumes and shoes. The aim of company to use Snapdeal to sell the new Scorpio facelift is a practical move, to roll out as many vehicles as possible.
Mahindra is among the first to define the core value of SUV, its vehicles are built to glide through extreme adventures. Its fiercest rival was Tata Motors, now the competition has intensified; Mahindra has to beat the SUV threat heat from Nissan, Ford and Renault. The past few years has witnessed a surge in SUV market share, there is so much excitement centered on Ford EcoSport, Volkswagen Taigun, Nissan Terrano and Renault Duster. The newly launched utility vehicles are covered with a modern SUV glaze to suit the taste buds of a section of the population who are into contemporary SUV luxuries.
Mahindra SUV’s are covered with fierce country side identities, visible on XUV500, Xylo, Bolero and Scorpio. The Scorpio facelift is a different version of the past; Mahindra has used a novel form of styling to move on the lines of the competition. The mere thought of a contemporary Scorpio facelift sounds intriguing; the company has given it a makeover. The modifications are visible on grille, headlight and bumper. The interiors too are covered with new form of Scorpio excitement, the inner décor is a modernization of the past, inspired by the grandeur of XUV500.
There are now multiple ways of buying the forthcoming Scorpio facelift, consumers can now book it through Snapdeal. The pre-booking charges are Rs 20,000. Consumers can browse through a site which accepts the entire amount, and the vehicle will be delivered at your doorstep.
The car will launch on the 25th of September, and Mahindra is keen to strengthen its SUV portfolio. This is the first venture of Snapdeal to sell the Scorpio facelift via its esteemed retail platform. The Senior Vice President in Customer care and Sales department of the company, Vijay Nakra said, ‘’it’s a win-win situation for both. Our goal is to enhance customer sentiment and enable them to effectively move through the buying procedure. The establishment of an online platform to sell Scorpio is on the lines of Mahindra’s vision to make customers feel satisfied and delighted.
The new Scorpio facelift has the fashion statement, engine power, inner comfort and grandeur to drift through the intense competition. Mahindra is building the 2016 Bolero using the same strategy as Scorpio facelift; it too will have sprinkles of modern layering.