Mahindra Marazzo

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  • 12.3 - 14.43 Lakh
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    18 kmpl
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Mahindra Marazzo Key Specifications

  • Price

    12.3 Lakh onwards


    18 kmpl


    1497 cc



    Fuel Type


    Seating Capacity

    7 Seater

Quick Facts about Mahindra Marazzo

Mahindra Marazzo, a MUV, is available from 12.3 Lakh to 14.43 Lakh in India. Mahindra offers the latest Marazzo in 6 versions in India. The base model M2 7 STR starts at 12.3 Lakh in Delhi and the top model M6 Plus 8 STR is priced at 14.43 Lakh in Delhi. If you are looking for 7-8 seater car then you should consider Marazzo.

Marazzo comes in 6 Diesel version(s).

Diesel version comes with 1497cc engine capacity and manual transmission mode(s). It generates 121hp power at 3500 rpm.

Mahindra Marazzo comes in 4 colors which include Oceanic Black, Aqua Marine, Shimmering Silver, Iceberg White.

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Mahindra Marazzo Price List (By Variant)


M2 7 STR

1497 cc | Manual | 16 - 18 kmpl
12.3 Lakh Check On Road Price

M2 8 STR

1497 cc | Manual | 16 - 18 kmpl
12.3 Lakh Check On Road Price

M4 Plus 7 STR

1497 cc | Manual | 16 - 18 kmpl
13.42 Lakh Check On Road Price

M4 Plus 8 STR

1497 cc | Manual | 16 - 18 kmpl
13.5 Lakh Check On Road Price

M6 Plus 7 STR

1497 cc | Manual | 16 - 18 kmpl
14.35 Lakh Check On Road Price

M6 Plus 8 STR

1497 cc | Manual | 16 - 18 kmpl
14.43 Lakh Check On Road Price

Mahindra Marazzo Price in Popular Cities

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About Mahindra Marazzo


Mahindra Marazzo, the four-star safety rated MPV takes on the likes of Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza and the Toyota Innova Crysta in India. The vehicle is available in both seven and eight-seat layout options and in three variant options, such as – M2, M4 Plus, and the M6 Plus.


In terms of dimensions, the BS6 Mahindra Marazzo MPV has a length of 4,585mm, a width of 1,866mm, and a height of 1,774mm. Mahindra Marazzo is based on the shark-inspired design philosophy with an aggressive fascia. The vehicle has been developed in collaboration with Mahindra Automotive North America, Pininfarina and Mahindra design centre in Chennai. Although the Marazzo is shorter than the Innova Crysta in terms of dimensions, the vehicle offers more room for the occupants with a longer wheelbase (at 2,760mm) and better width. The rear section looks unique as it is highlighted by shark-tail like tail lamps. Interestingly, the Marazzo offers a minimum turning radius of 5.25-metres.     


To distinguish it from its competitors, the Marazzo gets distinctive feature highlights in the form of the purple instrument cluster with illumination and industry-first longitudinally-roof-mounted rear AC which claims to offer the fastest cooling cabin in its class with a choice of Direct and Diffused modes. The dashboard features a new-age touchscreen infotainment system with colourful personalisation themes. The middle-row seats can be reclined or folded, while the switches have been ergonomically positioned for easy access.


Mechanically, the BS6 compliant 1.5-litre (1,497cc) diesel engine generates 121bhp at 3,500rpm and 300Nm of torque between 1,750rpm – 2,500rpm. This engine comes mated to a six-speed manual transmission. The company is working on an automatic transmission option, which is expected to be introduced soon.  


Mahindra Marazzo Expert Review

Santosh Nair
by Santosh Nair
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Why would I buy it?

  • Relatively easy to drive
  • Multi-seating capability

Why would I avoid it?

  • Steep price
  • Scarce boot-space with all seats in use

Engine and Performance

Mahindra Marazzo Right Front Three Quarter

First off, within a few minutes, I find it hard to ignore that Mahindra has actually done a great job with this MPV. Yes, this ladder-on-frame chassis iteration drives quite unlike one, but I won’t spill the beans just yet. For the record, Mahindra says using a transverse engine with a front-wheel-drive layout has aided with not just in reducing weight and improving NVH, but in also making its Marazzo more fuel-efficient. Although we’d have to put it through our frugality tests to comment on the last bit, the outcome of the rest is apparent the moment one sets off in it.

For one, the great noise insulation instilled is apparent since it’s extremely quiet on the inside, despite being a diesel. The engine refinement is quite impressive with barely any vibes felt, unless of course, you rev it to the red-line. Then, the clutch and gear shifts too, are light and enjoyable for what is a large people mover. While the 1.5-litre, four-cylinder diesel motor makes a handsome 120bhp, most of the 300Nm of torque is made from a low 1,300rpm which peaks at 1,700rpm and stays flat till about 2,500rpm. At least on paper, these figures can easily get the people carrier job done. 

Mahindra Marazzo Right Rear Three Quarter

In real life, the Marazzo pulls along happily with four occupants at legal highway speeds. Unfortunately, it doesn’t portray the sense of urgency you’d expect. And, as the revs drop below 1,500rpm, this Mahindra begins to feel lethargic even over the faintest of inclinations. Dropping gears and revving becomes the order of the day under such circumstances. Thankfully though, the gears slot in well, albeit in a rather notchy fashion. Now, as the revs skim past 1,700rpm, power delivery quickly normalises. 

Ride Quality and Handling

Mahindra Marazzo Left Side View

Like we’ve hinted earlier, in spite of the Marazzo’s ladder-on-frame credentials, it doesn't feel heavy. In fact, the turning radius is quite tight for its size. Plus, the ride at slower speeds is quite absorbent with hardly any suspension noise. Yes, it jiggles about a bit but not overly so, like most other ladder-frame cars. Due to this, rear-seat occupants aren’t thrown about when the roads go from bad to worse.

Keeping up with the surprising road manners is its handling capabilities despite it being tall. I’m not saying it doesn’t roll but with the steering being light, reasonably direct, and feel-some, you can throw it into a fast corner without it understeering uncontrollably or you squandering about to keep your wits at bay. It’s quite manageable, unlike others from the Mahindra stable.

Comfort, Convenience, and Features

Mahindra Marazzo Dashboard

The Marazzo’s cabin is a spacious one, to start with. The one here is a seven-seater that gets captain seats in the middle row. With the driver’s seat adjusted for my posture, there’s plenty of leg-room in the middle row. Even so for tall blokes as it can slide back and forth. But when the middle seat is pushed all the way back, only kids will find the last row comfy.

As for comfort, the first and second-row seats are large and well-cushioned to provide a comfortable experience even for long journeys. Now that isn’t the case with the rearmost seats, but they won’t leave you cursing them after a drive. 

Mahindra Marazzo Second Row Seats

As for the cabin design, it’s a smart one with lots of logically placed storage options. But you wouldn’t term it as an eye-catching one. Sure, it’s pleasant to look at, is practical, but in overall terms, the design elements and touchscreen infotainment system look ordinary at best. On the downside, the plastic used lower down in the cabin looks cheap, which doesn’t go down well for a car that costs Rs 14 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai). 

When it comes to the boot, there’s not much to talk about with all rows of seats in use. Features wise, the top-end variant gets climate control, a multifunctional steering wheel, driver information system, and an eight-way adjustable driver's seat. The infotainment system gets Bluetooth functionality, android auto, maps, voice command, and the screen doubles up as a reversing camera display. 

Safety Features

Mahindra Marazzo Instrument Cluster

In terms of safety, there are dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, discs on all wheels, and ISOFIX child seat anchoring. There’s a rear camera with steering adaptive parking guidelines, impact/speed sensing auto door unlock, engine immobiliser, car theft alarm rear defogger, and adjustable head restraints.


Mahindra Marazzo Left Front Three Quarter

Although the Mahindra Marazzo sure looks like an MPV, the carmaker has done well with its proportions and styling elements to give it a more premium stance. A design that undoubtedly flows well from end to end. While we admit that the crease on the front fender/doors hasn’t been overdone, it subtly adds an extra zest of character. Even the large 17-inch alloys do well to prop up its posture. 


Mahindra Marazzo Right Rear Three Quarter

Finally, the Mahindra Marazzo is an MPV to recommend for the masses. It benefits from a comfy cabin, offers great visibility, has light controls for easy drivability, is relatively dynamic and reasonably peppy too (given the revs are kept north of 1,500rpm). On the flip side though, the Rs 17 lakh (OTR Mumbai, top-end variant) price tag makes it a tad pricy. If you always intend to use the seven seats, then the Marazzo is the MPV for you, else, there are better five-seater cars out there for the taking.

Pictures: Kaustubh Gandhi

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Marazzo FAQs

The on-road price of the Mahindra Marazzo in Delhi starts at 14.44 Lakh for the diesel engine. Meanwhile, the top end model with the diesel engine (Marazzo M6 Plus 8 STR) is priced at 16.91 Lakh.

Mahindra Marazzo comes in 7 and 8 seater options.

7 seater 5 door option

Mahindra Marazzo M2 7 STR - starts at 12.3 Lakh,

Mahindra Marazzo M4 Plus 7 STR - starts at 13.42 Lakh,

Mahindra Marazzo M6 Plus 7 STR - starts at 14.35 Lakh

8 seater 5 door option

Mahindra Marazzo M2 8 STR - starts at 12.3 Lakh,

Mahindra Marazzo M4 Plus 8 STR - starts at 13.5 Lakh,

Mahindra Marazzo M6 Plus 8 STR - starts at 14.43 Lakh

No. Sunroof is not available in any of the 6 versions of the Mahindra Marazzo.

No. 4x4 drive option is not available in any of the 6 versions of the Mahindra Marazzo

Mahindra Marazzo Colours

Aqua Marine
Iceberg White
Oceanic Black
Shimmering Silver

Marazzo Specifications

Note: Specifications for Marazzo M2 7 STR (Diesel) have been mentioned

Dimensions, Capacities & Details
Length (mm)
Wheelbase (mm)
Boot Space (L)
Width (mm)
Turning Radius (m)
Fuel Capacity (L)
Height (mm)
Ground Clearance (mm)
Aqua Marine, Iceberg White, Oceanic Black, Shimmering Silver
Seating Capacity
Displacement (cc)
Peak Power
121 BHP
@3500 RPM
Peak Torque
300 NM
@1750 RPM
Key Features
Air Conditioner Air Conditioner
Climate control Climate control
Central locking Central locking
CD player CD player
Power steering Power steering
Power windows Power windows
Electrically Adjustable Driver Seat Electrically Adjustable Driver Seat
Steering Adjustment Steering Adjustment
Rear AC vent Rear AC vent
Electrically Adjustable Mirrors Electrically Adjustable Mirrors

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