Mahindra’s upcoming MPV will feature retractable blinds for second row windows
Mahindra has released a fresh set of pictures of the Marazzo. The latest images of the MPV, which is expected to go on sale next month, reveals more details about its cabin layout. While the first set of images released earlier this month gave us a glimpse of the dashboard, instrument cluster and the roof-mounted AC unit with multiple vents, the latest ones show the seating layout and other features inside the cabin
The latest images show all three rows of seats in various positions to give us a fair idea of what to expect when the MPV goes on sale. The third row of the Marazzo can be folded down to make more space for your luggage too. All three rows get three-point seatbelts with adjustable headrests. However, if you are opting for the bench seats for the middle row, keep in mind that the middle seat only gets a fixed headrest and a lap belt. Also, there’s no headrest for the middle passenger in the third row.
The dashboard features a dual-tone black and beige theme along with silver highlights. The use of white star-shaped graphics on the large piano black panel breaks the monotony of the rather simple layout of the dash. The screen appears to be a size larger than the XUV500’s 7-inch unit and will feature capacitive touch buttons too.
Like the Mahindra XUV500, the Marazzo too will get a flush-fitting storage box integrated into the top of the dashboard. There’s a chunky handle for what seems to be the handbrake lever. The gear lever is placed fairly high right under the centre console. So it should be within easy reach for the driver. The front seats get individual armrests and the same are offered with the captain seats for the second row as well. Also, both front seats offer adjustable lumbar support too.
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Slated to go on sale next month, the Mahindra Marazzo is likely to be placed in the price bracket of Rs 9.99 lakh – Rs 14.99 lakh. It will lock horns with the second-gen Maruti Ertiga, which too is expected to be launched around the same period. The top-spec variants of the Marazzo will also take on the lower variants of the Innova Crysta.
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