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2022 Mahindra Scorpio-N is bigger than Tata Safari, owners manual leaked

Written by Rohit Tonapi

Mahindra & Mahindra’s upcoming Scorpio N is shaping up to be the ‘Big Daddy of SUVs’. The launch of the SUV will take place this month, but thanks to a new leak, we have additional details about the SUV. The next generation Scorpio carries an N suffix. However, one must note that it is not called Scorpion but Scorpio-N. 

According to the last leak, the Scorpio N will come with a part-time 4×4 system. The latest leak, which is the owner’s manual of the new Scorpio N, confirms the same. The owner’s manual also gives us additional information. The new information also includes the dimensions. Thus, we can compare it with one of Scorpio N’s biggest competitors, the Tata Safari. 

2022 Mahindra Scorpio Owner’s Manual Leak – Dimensions

Looking at the spy shots, we already knew the next generation of the Scorpio was going to be a large SUV. We got an even better idea about its dimensions after Mahindra officially unveiled the model. However, we could not compare it with its competitors because of the lack of figures. The new owner’s manual leak gives us just that. 

Firstly, comparing it with its predecessor, the 2022 Scorpio grows 206mm in length. At the same time, it is also 97mm wider and 125mm shorter than the previous Scorpio. Mahindra also gave it a 70mm longer wheelbase for additional interior space. At 2,750mm, the Scorpio N has an identical wheelbase to its bigger sibling, the XUV700. Furthermore, the Scorpio N is 27mm wider and 115mm taller than the XUV700. However, the XUV700 is still 33mm longer. 

Now, comparing it to its competitor, the Tata Safari. When it comes to length, the Scorpio N is longer by just 1mm. The Tata Safari is 4,661mm, while the Scorpio N is 4,662mm long. The wheelbase, at 2,750mm, is 9mm longer than the Tata Safari. At the same time, it is also 23mm wider and 84mm taller than the Safari. So, be it length, width, height or wheelbase, the Scorpio N is larger than the Safari in all of it. 

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