• Eight-seater variant of the Mahindra Marazzo gets a bench...
    Eight-seater variant of the Mahindra Marazzo gets a bench seat.
  • The seven-seater variant of the Mahindra Marazzo gets cap...
    The seven-seater variant of the Mahindra Marazzo gets captain seats for the second row.
  • The eight-seat Marazzo with bench and rear seats flipped ...
    The eight-seat Marazzo with bench and rear seats flipped forward.
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Mahindra Marazzo interior revealed

15th Aug 2018 1:12 pm

Official images display the two seating options that will be on offer with Mahindra's new MPV; launch scheduled for Diwali.

Mahindra has been drip-feeding us little tidbits and teasers of the Marazzo MPV in the build up to its launch. The dashboard was revealed a few days ago, and now, the company has revealed the interior in full, showcasing the seating options that will be on offer on the Marazzo MPV.

Unsurprisingly, the seven-seat variant gets captain seats for the second row, while the eight-seater Marazzo gets a bench seat. To access the last row, the captain seats on the seven-seater can be flipped forward, and the same goes for the eight-seat Marazzo, as its foldable bench has a 40:20:40 split.

The images also hint at the boot space on offer, and though it doesn’t look like there’ll be a lot of it with all three rows up, folding the third row should free up plenty of room for luggage. Remember, Mahindra has stated the Marazzo has the biggest footprint of any of its products, and that has been done to maximise cabin space.

As we’d shown you before, the Marazzogets a black-and-beige T-shape dashboard with faux aluminium inserts, leatherette seat upholstery, a 7.0-inch touchscreen for the infotainment system, automatic climate control andAC vents for all three rows.

The Marazzo is the first Mahindra passenger vehicle to be co-developed by its Research Valley, in Chennai, and its North American Technical Centre. Expected to make its debut on the Marazzo is a new, 1.5-litre diesel engine putting out around 121hp and 300Nm of torque. A six-speed manual will be the only gearbox available initially. All variants are expected to get airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors as standard.

Scheduled to launch in the run up to Diwali, the Marazzo will slot in between the incoming second-gen Maruti Suzuki Ertiga and the Toyota Innova Crysta.

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