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The Mahindra Marazzo is nicely proportioned and has a cab-forward MPV silhouette.
Mahindra's designers have erred on the side of conservatism with the Marazzo.
All four wheel disc brakes on the Marazzo.
The toothy grille is a Mahindra-typical design element.
Projector lamps have a mock DRL strip on top. Headlights look small in relation to overall size of the Marazzo.
Rear tail-lights look oversized but you can't miss them.
Rear view mirrors offer good viability but stick out wide.Need to be mindful of width.
The Marazzo is easy to get in to, the driving position is nice and visibility is excellent.
Bottle holders everywhere. Single USB charging port for back seat.
Big storage box on dash but not easy to access. Plastic quality on dash looks and feels quite rich too.
Gear shift is light but gear lever a touch too tall hence throw long too.
MID screen has large display and crisp graphics.
Dash design is clean and material quality is largely impressive.
Captain's seat offers top class comfort. Large windows and high seating position give great outside visibility.
Easy access to third row via one touch seat release. Decent space right at the back by third row standards.
Front USB ports not easy to access. Handbrake lever fouls with hand.
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