Mahindra is an esteemed Indian based auto enterprise, its specialty is SUV’s, and few quality products are XUV500, Scorpio, Xylo and Quanto. The company is one of the divisions of the acclaimed Mahindra Group, a massive USD 16.5 billion venture. The company had to recall its Ex Scorpio model built between 2012 May and 2013 November. This is not the usual recalls caused by defective components; the goal is to follow up on the normal recall procedure as required by legal authorities.
The vehicle will undergo a thorough inspection, and if issues are spotted it will be rectified immediately. Customers do not have to pay a penny for the procedure. Owners of Ex Scorpio will be contacted individually by authorised dealers. Only the Ex vehicle is recalled during a particular period, and the concerns are no way related to other Scorpio models.
Scorpio is among the top selling products of Mahindra, the power of the vehicle has surpassed the dormancy of Renault Duster. During the April to June period Mahindra sold 11,943 units of Scorpio higher than 10,296 Duster vehicles sold in the same era. Scorpio has been on the scene for mighty long, and is the second bestselling car from Mahindra’s stable after Bolero. When Renault launched Duster it was a stiff battle, and Scorpio was just hard to beat and it continued to regain the SUV kingdom.
Mahindra’s SUV power is unmatched; Scorpio is a sale ripper and is class above its competition. The company has a strong dealership network with more than 270 service outlets and sales. Just last year Mahindra sold 4,245 units of Scorpio a month, and the yearly gains is whooping 50,949 pieces higher than 50,168 pieces yielded during the end of financial year on the 31st of March 2013.
Renault sells Duster with diesel and petrol engines, Scorpio on the other hand are fitted with diesel mill. Mahindra has an edge over Renault, the price of Duster increased by 1% from the 1st of July, making it costlier than Scorpio. The BSIV variant of Scorpio is priced at Rs 7.78 lakhs, Duster comes at an increased price rate of over Rs 8 lakhs.
The initiative of Mahindra to recall Ex Scorpio is a good move to ensure good that the vehicle is in a healthy state. The vehicles taken into consideration are about a year or two old. After prolonged usage, there are chances that certain parts will lose its rigidity.
Mahindra is all set to thrill ardent Scorpio fans will the launch of facelift model scheduled to launch during the festive season. The car will come with cosmetic changes on the outside and the insides will take on a new modern look inspired by the grandeur of XUV500. Mahindra is in tune with rapid changes in auto taste buds, people today prefer a tint of modernity. The current vehicle itself is hard to beat; one can only imagine the customer response levels of the upcoming Scorpio facelift.