As a mid-variant Mahindra Scorpio LX is not the one to come with an ample safety and comfort features for example the top end VLX variant. Whereas the Mahindra Scorpio LX 4X4 SUV is no different from its LX 4x2 variant. As far as the exterior is concerned there have been no changes, except for a minute addition of a new disc in the core of the wheel. One glimpse at the interiors of the car, the first change that catches the attention is the 4x4 drive level mode sitting on the central console as one would expect. M&M has absolutely ignored the key safety features in the LX 4x4 variant just as before, which still remains devoid of the airbags or ABS as expected from a perfect off-roader.
The inclusion of these features seems to be more essential in the SUV than any other car. The diesel power train is however the same, with the 2.2 L CRDe combined with the 5 speed manual gearbox to make some fireworks here. The peak power generated is 120 Bhp and the top torque is 290 Nm. The mileage is going to suffer a little bit than in 4x2 as is the case. Mahindra Scorpio is a disappointment for weight watchers. The car is close to two tones already and an additional 100 gm flab increases the weight further due to the 4x4 option.