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Test drive of the Scorpio N and Cng variant of Maruti Ertiga

Test drive of the Scorpio N and Cng variant of Maruti Ertiga

It has been 20 years since Mahindra and Mahindra launched the Scorpio in the Indian market and it has been a very popular proposition ever since. And now the company has launched the latest version of the Scorpio, called Scorpio N. It is called the “Dad of SUVs”. It certainly has features that could shake up the market.

The Scorpio N is designed to be the largest Scorpion to date with a longer wheelbase and wider, taller dimensions, but the flat rear and slab side give it a fairly MPVish (multi-purpose vehicle) look when viewed of the rear wing quarter.

Also, for a very long time, Maruti Suzuki Ertiga has been a default choice for affordable yet still useful family MPVs, but that hasn’t been the case lately with the Renault Triber on one side and the Kia Carens from the other.

Therefore, to keep the Ertiga in the fight, Maruti Suzuki gave it a slight pinch and tuck.

Maruti has launched a compressed natural gas (CNG) variant of its already popular Ertiga – the only three-row CNG car in the country today.

Watch Overdrive’s companion video to learn more about mileage and driving dynamics.


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