Although the Mahindra Scorpio Getaway is no longer sold in India, it is sold in decent quantities in Australia, where ute 5 is available.
Mahindra Scorpio Getaway has not been sold in India for several years. However, the best-selling SUV pickup version was sold in Australia in two-cab and single-cab versions. One Ethan Campbell recently expressed his views on Scorpio Ute after using 3.2 lakhs of land in 18 months.
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Ethan uses a Mahindra Scorpio PikUp S6 + pastor kit purchased in October 2020. To date, it has traveled more than 321,000 km with “minimal defects”. He writes: “Anyone who doubts the reliability of Mahindra is an example of their good value for money.” These words prove that the Scorpion-based car is widely known in the country of powerful pickups such as the Ford Ranger and Toyota Hilux.
Australia-Spec Mahindra Scorpio Ute Specifications and Features
The Australian Scorpio PikUp is equipped with a 2.2-liter turbodiesel engine producing 140 PS and 320 Nm. The oil burner is integrated with a 6-speed manual transmission. It can power all four wheels using the Borg Warner 4WD hardware. The Eaton differential lock comes as standard equipment. The aircraft has a payload of 1 ton.
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Recommended features include adjusting the height of the driver’s side seat, headlights, ESP, EBD, steering control, steering support and reducing the effect of rotation. Mahindra Scorpio PikUP S6 + Pastoral Pack rides on 16-inch steel wheels. Fuel economy is 8.6 liters / 100 km according to the combined cycle ADR81 / 02. In India, the pickup version of Scorpio was discontinued in 2018 due to low demand. In addition, the current gene carriage liver will soon be replaced by a completely new model produced in Australia. However, at the moment there is no word on a great version of the new SUV.
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This, of course, is not the first time Australians have been surprised by Mahindra Scorpion Ute. A video uploaded by John Ruth a few years ago shows how an Australian mechanic influenced Getaway’s industrial design. In fact, John compared his Scorpio to a Toyota Land Cruiser of the 79 Series, but the former says it’s economical and reliable with fewer visits to the service center. Watch the video above to find out everything Rooth has to say.