Mahindra Marazzo Price
Rs.10.35 – 14.76 Lakh* ( Mahindra Marazzo)
The Mahindra Marazzo has Diesel Engine on offer. The Diesel engine is 1497 cc. It is available with the Manual transmission. Depending upon the fuel variant the Marazzo has a mileage of 17.3 kmpl. The Marazzo is an 8 seater MPV and has a length of 4585 mm, the width of 1866 mm and a wheelbase of 2760 mm.
Key Specifications of Mahindra Marazzo
- ARAI Mileage – 17.3 kmpl
- City Mileage – 14.86 kmpl
- Fuel Type – Diesel
- Engine Displacement – 1497 (cc)
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- Seating Capacity – 8
- Transmission Type – Manual
- Boot Space (Litres) – 190
- Fuel Tank Capacity – 45
- Body Type – MUV
- Service Cost – (Avg. of 5 years)
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Mahindra Marazzo Price in New Delhi
Marazzo price in New Delhi starts at Rs. 10.35 Lakh. The lowest price model is Marazzo M2 8Str and the most priced model of Mahindra Marazzo M8 8Str priced at Rs. 14.76 Lakh. Visit our nearest Mahindra showroom in New Delhi for the best offers. Comparing primarily with Maruti Ertiga price in Delhi starting Rs. 7.54 Lakh and Toyota Innova Crysta price in Delhi starting Rs. 14.93 Lakh.
Mahindra Marazzo’s Quick Review
The Marazzo has turned out well and is nicely done on the inside as well. There are some ergonomic anomalies but you’d take keenly to the neat dashboard, good overall quality and commanding view out. Seat comfort is also good and the middle row is rather nice with either a bench seat or captain’s chairs. Access to the third row is fairly convenient and as a space for two, it works just fine. Fitting in three adults, however, is a stretch.
The Marazzo is unique in layout for a ladder-frame MPV. Its 123hp, the 1.5-litre diesel engine is positioned transversely and sends power to the front wheels via a 6-speed manual gearbox. Engine refinement is a highlight and some lag aside, performance in town is also commendable. Loaded with passengers, the Marazzo does feel like it could do with more power; and in general, the engine isn’t what you’d call punchy.
The Marazzo feels a bit lumpy over imperfections but ride quality is largely very good. It also feels safe and predictable at high speeds and the light steering and tight turning circle are a boon in town.