A video of a Mahindra Scorpio N with a leaking sunroof that allows water to seep inside the vehicle is doing the rounds on the internet.
A man is seen operating the white Mahindra Scorpio N on a hilly trail towards a waterfall in the viral video. Before parking the SUV beneath the waterfall, the driver, who is not visible in the video, closes the sunroof.
He then says, “Yeh mazaak hai bhai (This is a joke)” at the following instant. Through the sunroof and even the speakers, water from the waterfall seeped into the vehicle.
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The driver cries out in shock, “Arrey, yeh kya chal raha hai? (What is going on?)
By the time he pulls the car away from the waterfall, the front portion of the cabin is a mess from water that has dropped inside.
Images of the Scorpio-exterior N’s reveal that the SUV is registered in Haryana.
Anand Mahindra, the head of the Mahindra group, was tagged on Twitter by a number of viewers who were looking for the industrialist’s response.
The Scorpio-N, which debuted in June of last year, comes in five variations: Z2, Z4, Z6, Z8, and Z8L.
The SUV is available with a choice of manual or automatic gearboxes and both gasoline and diesel engines. The pricing of the Z4 version with a gasoline engine is Rs 15.45 lakh, while the cost of the Z8L (diesel) is set at Rs 21.45 lakh.
In a crash test conducted by the Global New Car Assessment Programme (GNCAP) in December, the Mahindra Scorpio-N received a 5-star rating. For adult occupant protection, it received five stars, while for kid occupant protection, it received three stars. After the XUV700 and XUV300, Scorpio-N was the third SUV from Mahindra to receive a 5-star certification.
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