The all-new Mahindra Marazzo has been finally launched in India. The prices for the Marazzo start at ₹ 9.9 lakh for the base M2 trim and go up till ₹ 13.9 lakh for the top-spec M8 trim, with M4 priced at ₹ 10.95 lakh and the M6 priced at ₹ 12.4 lakh (all prices are ex-showroom, India). The Marazzo gets a brand new 1.5-litre diesel engine which makes 121 bhp of max power and 300 Nm of peak torque while being paired to a six-speed transmission. The claimed mileage of the Marazzo is 17.6 kmpl. While the engine specifications remain the same on all variants, we tell you what all features are offered on the four variants of the new Mahindra Marazzo.
Mahindra Marazzo M2
The base variant of the Marazzo, the M2, is priced at ₹ 9.9 lakh. The MPV misses out on projector headlamps along with LED daytime running lamps and cornering lamps. Plus, it runs 16-inch steel wheels with no wheel caps. The roof mounted AC vents are offered in all variants and the upholstery on the M2 is fabric. The M2 also misses out on remote keyless entry and gets only one 12V socket and 1 USB port. Features such as touchscreen infotainment system, navigation, Mahindra's Blue Sense app, Bluetooth connectivity and Android Auto are given a miss on this variant. You do get power windows, central locking and a driver information system. The standard safety features include dual airbags, ABS with EBD, disc brakes all around and ISOFIX mounts along with over-speeding warning. You can choose between either 7-seater or an 8-seater layout on the M2.
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Mahindra Marazzo M4
In addition to the features available on the M2 variant, the M4 gets a simple audio system with Bluetooth connectivity. Mahindra also offers captain seats and bench seats on the M4 which means you can either opt for a 7-seater or an 8-seater layout. The ORVMs are electric but not foldable. The Marazzo M4 variant gets wheel caps along with the 16-inch steel wheels. Dual-airbags, ABS with EBD, ISOFIX mounts is offered as standard. The M4 variant too misses out on front and rear fog lamps.
Mahindra Marazzo M6
The Marazzo M6 is the second from top variant and the features offered include projector headlamps, 16-inch alloy wheels, and LED daytime running lamps along with body-coloured ORVMs as well. Plus there are front and rear fog lamps on offer as well. Coming to the interior, the steering wheel on the Marazzo M6 variant gets a Piano black finish along with steering mounted controls for audio and telephony. The upholstery is done in premium fabric along with lumbar support adjust and height adjust on the driver seat. Also, the M6 variant gets remote keyless entry along with central locking. There are two UBS ports on offer along with one 12V socket in the car. Plus, the Marazzo M6 gets a touchscreen infotainment system along with 1 GB of internal music storage. The M6 variant also gets Bluetooth, navigation, Mahindra Blue Sense app and a colour TFT screen for instrumentation. The car still misses out on Android Auto though. In terms of safety, the Marazzo M6 gets emergency call service along with rear parking sensors.
Mahindra Marazzo M8
The M8 is the top-of-the-line model of the Marazzo and is fully loaded. In addition to whatever is on offer in the Marazzo M6 trim, the M8 gets LED daytime running lamps, cornering lamps, bigger 17-inch alloy wheels and additional styling elements on the inside. The air-conditioner gets fully automatic climate control up front and cruise control as well. The ORVMs are fully electric and foldable along and the upholstery is done in leatherette. There are two USB outlets along with one 12V socket at the front and 1 USB outlet at the rear. There is a cooled-glove box as well. The internal storage for music goes up to 8 GB and the car gets Android Auto as well, although Mahindra has decided to give Apple CarPlay a miss on the Marazzo throughout. The Marazzo M8 variant also gets emergency calling (also offered on M6) as well as the Mahindra Blue Sense app. Other features include voice messaging alerts, voice recognition and SMS read out. The Marazzo M8 variant also gets rear parking camera with guideline display along with the parking sensors.