The deliveries of the first 7000 units of the Mahindra Scorpio N will be completed in 10 days starting 26th September
As promised earlier, Mahindra will commence deliveries of the all-new Scorpio N on 26th September and, ahead of the same, the company has now shared an important delivery update. Firstly, priority has been given for the top-of-the-line Z8 L trim.
All those who had booked any variant of the Z8 L trim in the first 25,000 bookings will get their car maximum by November, that’s a good 1 month earlier than the December deadline given the by company at the start.
Secondly, and most importantly, Mahindra has given a bold claim that it will deliver the first 7000 units of the SUV (irrespective of the trim chosen) in 10 days starting 26th September. This shows that the company is planning to start the deliveries with adequate inventory.
It must be seen how the dealerships handle the 7000 odd units, that too, in a short span of just 10 days. As of today, though 1 can book the Scorpio N, the introductory prices won’t be applicable and the talk about deliveries will start only next year.
Over 20,000 units of the SUV are planned for the initial rollout until December, 2022. Mahindra has launched an attractive finance scheme in collaboration with its finance partners under the package – FinN.
It’s an industry-first financing initiative designed exclusively for the Mahindra Scorpio N and comprises a bouquet of tailormade options from the top finance partners to enhance ownership experience.
Customers can choose from various options available under the package suiting their requirements with an attractive interest rate of 6.99 percent, highest tenure of up to 10 years, and highest funding of up to 100 percent of the on-road price.
The package offers tailormade finance schemes as per customer profile. In addition to ex-showroom price, registration, insurance, accessories, shield, AMC, and loan protection can also be funded.
However, the credit / loan shall be at the sole and exclusive discretion of financiers at their own terms and conditions.