In the latest incident, a vlogger shows the infotainment touchscreen of a brand-new Mahindra Scorpio N malfunction. Scorpio N is a prominent SUV in the portfolio of the Indian auto giant. Its popularity is quite unprecedented in our market. Ever since its launch, Mahindra has been struggling to keep up with the demand. However, there is a minute fraction of the owners who claim to be facing some issues. Let us take a look at the details of the latest case.
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Touchscreen of Mahindra Scorpio N Malfunctions
This post comes from btechrider on Instagram. The Scorpio N owner shows the viewers the issue with the electronics. He presses the button of the infotainment but it refuses to switch on. We are not sure what the exact reason is. He is driving the SUV while showcasing the audience what his issues are. It is quite unfortunate to witness these problems crop up in a brand-new SUV costing well over Rs 25 lakh. All modern cars come equipped with tons of electronic equipment. These include touchscreen displays, company-installed softwares and other equipment. Hence, chances of an electronic malfunction is naturally higher in cars with more electronics. Still, though, we would like to reserve our judgement on the latest case as many vloggers/owners have often made false allegations of manufacturing defects simply to come into the limelight.
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The Mahindra Scorpio N gives buyers the flexibility of choosing between two engine options – a 2.2-litre turbo diesel and a 2.0-litre turbo petrol engine. These engines offer varying power and torque figures, with peak power outputs of 132 PS (diesel), 175 PS (diesel), and 200 PS (petrol), along with peak torque figures of 300 Nm (diesel), 400 Nm (diesel), and 380 Nm (petrol), respectively. Buyers can opt for either a 6-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed automatic transmission to suit their preferences. Additionally, the higher trim levels provide the convenience of an all-wheel-drive configuration, significantly enhancing the vehicle’s off-road capabilities. The ex-showroom prices for the Scorpio N range from Rs 13.05 lakh to Rs 24.52 lakh, ex-showroom.
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What We Think
We are not informed of the specifics of this case. That is why we wish to refrain from passing any judgment. Secondly, issues with the electronics of cars are not uncommon. But we understand that it would be quite difficult for the owners who have spent their hard-earned money on buying these vehicles. On the other hand, we are not aware of the exact reasons for this malfunction. It is entirely possible that there might have been some sort of accident with the owner which led to this issue.
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