Mahindra introduced the off-road Marazzo minivanJanuary 16, 2019
This Indian minivan is a front wheel drive. The minimum price for a novelty is $ 14,000. It is unlikely that the novelty will get out of the limits of the automobile market of India.
Now in Detroit (USA), an automobile salon is in full swing, under which the Indian company Mahindra has introduced its new model Marazzo, which boasts a frame body that strongly resembles a minivan.
While the Indian company does not plan to sell the new Marazzo in the United States, representatives of Mahindra noted that most of the car parts were made at the company’s North American facilities in Auburn Hills, Michigan. I must say that this is a really interesting little car, which somehow reminds the Japanese first-generation Honda Odyssey, only the Indian counterpart is still more adapted to overcome off-road.
The three-row Marazzo is equipped with a diesel 1.5-liter power inline 4-cylinder installation, 121 hp, which is paired with a 6-speed “mechanics”. As representatives of the automaker say, speed is not a strong point of Mahindra Marazzo, because it is more suitable for driving on highly uneven terrain.
Accommodating up to eight passengers, the new MPV offers options such as air vents on the roof and controls for the rear seat, a 7.0-inch touch-screen infotainment system, with support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay services. On the dashboard is a 4.2-inch screen to display the necessary information about the car.
Although an off-road minivan Marazzo, can not be called a beautiful car, and its interior is not something outstanding – there is not an extensive list of technologies and high-quality trim elements, it can boast a relatively small price. The basic equipment of the car is estimated at $ 14,000.
Not so long ago, we wrote that the Indian company Mahindra is preparing the debut of the new Inferno crossover.
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