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Mahindra Scorpio-N 132 25.53%
Tata Safari 48 9.28%
MG Hector Plus 6 1.16%
Hyundai Alcazar 12 2.32%
Kia Carens 7 1.35%
Toyota Innova Crysta 98 18.96%
Mahindra XUV700 208 40.23%
Others (please specify in your post) 6 1.16%
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Old 31st July 2022, 15:29   #1
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Mahindra Scorpio-N

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Tata Safari

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What you'll like:

• The iconic brand “Safari” is back! We agree with using the legendary nameplate for this car
• Stunning looks & strong road presence. Solid build too
• Classy, spacious cabin with comfortable seats & a chilling air-con
• Extra 3rd row of seats brings lots more practicality & utility
• Superb captain chairs available as an option for the middle row (top variant only)
• Extras over the Harrier include rear disc brakes, TPMS, e-parking brake, auto-hold, boss mode…
• Fantastic 9-speaker audio system. Sound quality & bass are enjoyable
• 168 BHP 2.0L diesel offers good driveability and a punchy mid-range
• Smooth & competent 6-speed automatic transmission
• Sufficient ground clearance + terrain response system for rough and wet roads
• Topnotch safety kit includes 6 airbags, ESP, rest break reminder, hill hold, brake disc wiping & more
• Features such as the panoramic sunroof, Eco & Sport modes, auto headlamps & wipers, cruise control…

What you won't:

• Heavy steering gets cumbersome at parking / u-turn / crawling speeds (<5 km/h)
• 3rd-row access is too difficult in the captain seat variant
• Negligible boot space with all the seats up - a paltry 73 litres
• Safari AT’s focus is on smoothness & comfort; gearbox is not the most responsive
• Concerns over niggles & long-term reliability. Our test car had a problem too!
• Service visit every 6 months / 7,500 km (12 months is the norm today)
• Diesel engine does get loud above 3,500 rpm & its engine note is quite sad too
• No petrol option (almost all competitors offer it). No AWD for enthusiasts either
• Although improved, the Safari's steering @ 120 km/h is still a level too sensitive
• Tata's after-sales service quality is a hit or miss. Remains a gamble
• By 2021 standards, we’d expect wireless charging + front / 360 camera + ventilated seats
• We don’t agree with the excessive chrome (outside), impractical white interiors & 18” rims (bit firmer ride)

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MG Hector Plus

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What you'll like:

• Big size & lots of bling for the money! We find the Hector to be well-priced
• A spacious cabin that can easily seat 5 adults. Massive 587-litre boot too
• Fiat-sourced 2.0L diesel is simply fantastic
• Compliant ride quality. Suspension is tuned for comfort
• Lots of kit (panoramic sunroof, 360-degree camera, electric seats & tailgate etc.)
• ‘Connected’ Tablet ICE with an embedded SIM & lovely sound quality
• 5-year / unlimited km warranty with roadside assistance
• Top safety equipment includes 6 airbags, ESP, HSA, all-wheel disc brakes, TPMS & more

What you won't:

• Awkward styling on the side & rear profiles. Looks weird from some angles
• Sloppy high-speed handling, noticeable body roll & easy understeer
• The petrol engine is “adequate” at best. Its guzzling Automatic variant is unimpressive
• No Diesel AT (Alcazar, XUV500, Safari offer this combination, which we love)
• Some annoyances like the ~6-meter turning radius, strange rpm meter…
• Small after-sales network. Service quality & long-term reliability are big unknowns
• Don’t get blinded by the British branding. This is a Chinese car

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Hyundai Alcazar

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What you’ll like:

• A 3-row family car that's well-built inside out
• User-friendly interiors look really good (brown shade is awesome) and have quality parts
• 2.0L NA petrol & 6-speed AT deliver a very smooth and refined driving experience
• Economical 1.5L diesel is available in MT & AT variants. Offers good driveability
• Comfortable ride quality with neutral road manners
• Unladen ground clearance of 200 mm is perfect for Indian roads
• The Alcazar's safety package includes 6 airbags, ESP, all-wheel disc brakes, auto-hold, TPMS etc.
• Impressive kit (fully digital instruments, 360-degree camera, 2nd-row wireless charger, panoramic sunroof, paddle shifters, Bose sound system, cooled seats & loads more)
• Hyundai's competent after-sales service & wide dealer network

What you won’t:

• Oddball love-it-or-hate-it face. We find the Alcazar's front design to be weird & overdone
• 2nd-row legroom is mediocre (captain seat variant). Compromises have been made to accommodate the 3rd-row & boot
• 3rd-row seat is best suited to kids only. Not really a place for adults
• Rs. ~3 lakh OTR premium over the Creta on the higher variants is too much!
• Nothing for enthusiasts here. The 2.0 AT is tuned very conservatively
• Diesel’s 113 BHP & 250 Nm – although adequate – are the lowest in the segment
• The Creta 1.4L DCT is a lot, lot more fun to drive
• Competitors like the Tata Safari, MG Hector Plus & XUV500 offer way more spacious cabins
• Some misses (no auto wipers, illuminated window buttons, full-size spare tyre on top trims etc.)

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Kia Carens

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What you'll like:

• Fresh styling that will appeal to a larger audience (unlike the polarising Alcazar)
• A practical & sensible 3-row family car that's well-built. The 3rd-row seat is actually useable
• User-friendly interiors look really good (blue shade is awesome) and have quality parts
• 1.4L turbo petrol with 7-speed DCT offers more than adequate performance. Extremely refined too
• Economical 1.5L diesel is available in MT & AT variants. Offers good driveability
• Impressive ride quality with neutral car-like road manners
• The Carens' safety package includes 6 airbags, ESP, all-wheel disc brakes, TPMS etc as standard.

What you won't:

• 3-star GNCAP safety rating is disappointing (related discussion)
• 2nd-row legroom is just ordinary, despite the seat travel of the 1st-row being restricted
• Diesel’s 113 BHP & 250 Nm – although adequate – are the lowest in the segment
• Reliability of the 7-speed DCT in a heavier car is a concern
• Some niceties missing vs the Alcazar - no 360-degree camera, no full virtual dials, no panoramic sunroof
• Competitors like the Tata Safari, MG Hector & XUV700 offer way more spacious cabins

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Toyota Innova Crysta

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What you'll like:

• Indestructible build & durability. The Innova is known for its bullet-proof reliability
• Spacious, flexible & practical cabin. An extremely comfortable long-distance commuter
• Upmarket interiors. The ZX AT variant is very plush
• Powerful diesel engines with user-selectable driving modes
• Balanced suspension & road manners. High-speed stability is rock solid
• Top-notch safety kit. 7 airbags, ABS, ESP, TC, Isofix & 3-point seatbelts for all
• Feature packed! Leather seats, LED headlamps, mood lighting, cruise control & lots more
• Toyota's excellent after-sales service and fuss-free ownership experiences

What you won't:

• Hefty price tag! 3 - 4 lakhs higher than the competition
• Top ZX variant is unavailable with a middle-row bench seat (8-seater)
• Lower variant's interior looks too basic
• 2.4's NVH package still has holes to fill (engine clatter, dancing gear lever)
• Heavy steering at parking / low speeds. Can get cumbersome in the city
• Poor sound quality from the ICE. Cheap speakers beg for an upgrade

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Mahindra XUV700

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What you'll like:

• Handsome styling matched to solid build quality. Has street presence, feels robust
• Very spacious interiors with comfy seats and sorted ergonomics. 6-footer passengers welcome!
• 182 BHP turbo-diesel & 197 BHP turbo-petrol make for a potent line-up
• Smooth 6-speed torque converter Automatics available with both engines
• Sorted suspension with good road manners & high-speed stability
• AWD is available for the adventurous, unlike most FWD crossovers in the segment
• Loaded with features like radar-based driver assistance system, pop-out door handles, panoramic sunroof, driver memory seat, 360-degree camera, 10.25" infotainment & instrument cluster etc.
• 12-speaker Sony audio system is fantastic! You'll enjoy its sound quality
• Safety features include 7 airbags, ESP, all-wheel disc brakes, hill hold, hill descent control, driver drowsiness detection, TPMS, ISOFIX...

What you won't:

• Negligible boot space with the 3rd-row seat up. Either 5 onboard, or 7 with a roof-top carrier
• Cramped 3rd-row seat is best suited to children only. A sliding middle row is sorely missed
• Petrol AT is thirsty due to its hefty weight, 197 BHP & torque-converter AT
• Some cabin plastics & a few rough areas don't feel premium in an otherwise loaded SUV
• Missing features such as an auto-dimming IRVM, ventilated seats, paddle shifters, full-size spare wheel, ambient lighting, rear sunblinds...
• Concerns over niggles & bugs in a freshly baked, complex Mahindra. We saw 2!
• Mahindra's after-sales service is a hit or miss. Remains a gamble
• AWD is available just with the Diesel AT, and not the MT or petrol motor

Link to Review

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Took the Scorpio-N out on a ~400-km road-trip recently and loved it. Mahindra has maintained the Scorpio's DNA, yet improved in several key areas (ride, interiors, AT gearbox). That being said, the XUV700 is still way ahead for an urban dweller and it really comes down to the typical monocoque vs body-on-frame pros & cons. I'm going with the XUV700 because it is the better SUV for me.
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Tough choice between the XUV7OO and the Innova Crysta, but I would choose the latter.

Innova has always been very close to my heart. Owned one for over 10 years and literally spent my entire childhood on road trips in that car. Two and a half lakh kilometres driven and still not even a single issue faced. I agree that it still is towards the pricey end of the segment and does miss out on a few features but what it has going for itself is the robust built quality and Toyota's legendary reliability. It might not have 200 horses in its engine, but SUVs in this segment are really made to sprint down a drag strip either. The XUV7OO on the other hand is also a really good car, it's loaded to the gills with features and has got a cracker of an engine (mStallion). It does sell in good numbers but I would avoid one until it has spent a considerable amount of time in the market.

For now, my vote goes to the Innova Crysta. Its a legendary vehicle and certainly unmatched till date.
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The Mahindra XUV700 feels the most complete of the lot, with 5-seater and 7-seater options, very capable engines, AWD option with the diesel, comfortable ride, 5-star NCAP rating and it's loaded with tech and ADAS which is well tuned for Indian conditions as well.
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Default Re: Mahindra Scorpio-N vs Tata Safari vs Hyundai Alcazar vs Mahindra XUV700 vs Others

My vote goes to the XUV700. Of all the above cars, I like the XUV700 the most in terms of looks, interior, driving feel and features.

Innova crysta feels outdated and is overpriced.

Safari is an excellent product in general, but I have reservations about Tata's long-term reliability.

MG Hector, do not touch my heart.

The Hyundai Alcazar is overpriced for what it offers, having only a 1.5L capacity engine.

I don't like the looks of the Kia carens. However, for the price, it is an excellent vehicle.
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Alcazar review needs an edit already to remove "no petrol AT 7-seater variant" listed as a con.
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The XUV 7OO is the car here which appeals both to the head and the heart.

When we compare the Safari and the XUV 7OO, I only see the lesser waiting period and slightly more premium material usage on the inside as the pro for the Safari. The XUV leads in every other way.

I avoid buying Chinese products as long as a better alternate exists in the similar price range, so out goes the Hector. The Alcazar has a small 1.5 diesel and the Carens is clearly a segment below the other options.

The Innova would is a sensible option but lacks the wow factor of the new XUV and the Scorpio. The engine also does not have the grunt of the 2.2 MHawk. The Innova would be my 3rd choice.

Between the Scorpio and the XUV 7OO, the Scorpio definitely looks better. It also has the advantage of having LED projectors in the low beam as against reflectors in the XUV. Even when it comes to the interiors, I like the interiors of the Scorpio more than the XUV. The black and brown combo looks quite nice as against the excessive beige in the XUV. In fact if it comes down to choosing between the XUV AX5 vs the Scorpio Z8, I might just go for the Z8 considering the many feature misses in the AX5.

If we compare only the higher variants though, as a package, the XUV does come across as a more sensible choice for me as it is a monocoque(better handling), its engine has a higher state of tune(diesel) and comes with more creature comforts.

Voted for the XUV 7OO though if budget permits, I'd go for the Compass Limited over the XUV.
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Being a 2015 Safari Storme ex-owner, I do not find XUV7OO appealing (IMO, XUV7OO is a relaunch of XUV5OO).

I hated old Scorpio for its looks, Scorpio-N is much better is looks, but I do not find Scorpio-N to be as imposing as Storme. Neither does the driving position give a feeling of king-of-road like Real Safari/Storme.

Safari 2021 being named Safari tugs the heart. But I need crash safety ratings, a Petrol heart )low usage) and some upgrades to be a worthy contender.

Hector being a Chinese product and having weird proportions does not figure in my list.

Carens/Alcazar are more of pretentious SUVs.

So nothing for me in current line-up.

(Being a newbie, I can not vote).
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XUV700 all the way!

Of course there are few niggles being reported by XUV700 owners, but I feel Mahindra took a giant leap with its packaging and are following through with addressing the issues.

Innova is on a league of its own, but it pales in comparison on features.

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Innova Crysta for me, infact my diesel auto is up for delivery in a week or two's time.

Since I keep the car for decades on end, reliability is on top of my wish list.

Secondly, the handling is too carish and hence I connect with it a lot more than anything else. The moment I sat in it for a test drive, I felt at home, it just gave me a feeling that I was meant to own this one.

Alcazar for me too is too much money for too little.

Mahindra's I don't trust to last long, will believe when there is Toyota type of proof of reliability
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My Choice is the Crysta.
What folks think about Innova Crysta as compared to the competition
  • It is old
  • It is outdated
  • It is featureless
Unfortunately, the above comments are true, but, what it has is the following
  • Unmatched reliability
  • Supreme Comfort
  • Very comfortable and torquey engine
  • Has all the necessary and practical safety features without the gizmos (top end)
I have driven and tried all the SUV's listed above and following are my observations. These are my comments and not intended to hurt/insult anyone
  • Most of the above are pseudo SUV's. Branded as SUV's with just the shape to back it up.
  • Most of them FWD and personally i feel SUV's have to be rugged and should have a RWD
  • Very few offers 4WD,Scorpio N being an exception
  • Question is whether you are prepared to spend north of 20L for a vehicle just for practicality or aspirational value?(top end)
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Scorpio-N
Since the section wasn't there, taking the liberty to add the below based on my long test drive (link) and reading the views on the Official Reviews Thread:

What you'll like:
  • Imposing muscular looks, and presence from the front. Makes an XUV700 look small.
  • Excellent cabin noise management. High seating position for good visibility.
  • Airy cabin, especially in the front. Fairly good cabin quality for a BoF 4x4 for it's price.
  • Sorted engines for the purpose, with enough low end torque. Petrol is impressive.
  • Much improved handling, suspension, bodyroll, control over it's predecessor, the Scorpio Classic.
  • Easy to use soft steering, making it city-friendly despite it's size.
  • A proper 4x4 with a low range transfer box, which can also serve as a family vehicle, in the given price range.
  • A good balance between features and excessive electronics.
  • Overall a good balance for someone looking for an off-roader and also needs family duties - has the right compromises for it.
What you won't:
  • The look from the rear. It looks patchy, at best. The side too feels cut short towards the rear.
  • High ingress-egress is not for everyone. Ergonomics might not work for many.
  • Second row space is lesser than outer dimensions suggest. It is not a sliding seat, which limits legroom optimisation between second and third rows.
  • Third row passenger space, and also inefficient storage management with tumble down seats. Third row does not have split folding.
  • Fuel efficiency, especially for petrol (some MID based estimates, calculations, and comparisons to the XUV700 in the TD report).
  • Off-road hardware in limited options.
  • Ride, though much better than Scorpio classic, is not comparable to it's unibody rivals.
  • Add-on price for the AT, 4x4; waiting times; uncertain price at the time of delivery.
  • Mahindra's after-sales service is a hit or miss. Remains a gamble.
This, of course, is a semi-formed list based on a TD of the Diesel MT. Waiting for the official one.

I'm still in process of figuring out my vote with money as in the Choosing an SUV thread. Need the engine of the XUV700 on the Harrier/Safari with reclining seats and better NVH along with the touchscreen-control dial; or the steering feel of the Harrier/Kicks on the XUV700, with a lower centre of gravity and a better tuned suspension for low speed ride. Both could do with the interiors of the Hector.

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Safari All the way

Although both the XUV7OO and the ScorpioN proves to be a great package, specially the XUV which does have some class leading features and the mighty engines, the design is particularly a miss for me. It does not give justice to its predecessor the XUV5OO. On the other hand, the ScorpioN being a body on frame chassis gives quite a bit of ruggedness. Here too, the rear did not feel as imposing to me. The Safari, I feel is one of Pratap Bose's best designs (the Harrier too). The build quality is quite good and the features, yes it is not loaded as its rivals but its very much livable. The engines provide great touring ability too. The only miss is the FWD system, which shows its limitations in offroad conditions, although the terrain modes do work.!!
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The choice is between XUV700 and Innova Crysta for me.

Alcazar is too little car for the money it demands.
Carens is a good contender but the GNCAP rating lets it down.
Hector appears like all show no substance vehicle. Also no auto diesel combo.
Safari is a good alternative but compared to XUV700 it pales in comparison. Also unwillingness of Tata to crash test their flagship vehicle does not inspire Confidence.

Scorpio-N seems purpose built for rough rural roads and I doubt if an urban dweller needs to live with the challenges a BoF vehicle comes with..

Between the XUV700 and Innova Crysta, I would go with XUV700 if it was my only vehicle. The fanfare attached and gizmos makes you feel special. If I had a personal vehicle for office / recreational use (think Mahindra Thar diesel auto or BMW 3 series or Mini Cooper ) then the Innova CRYSTA it is. Once you buy a Crysta it can be the default travel vehicle for 15 years. No other vehicle gives you this level of reliability and confidence.

BUT if it were my 25 lakhs to 30 lakhs hard earned money , I would look very hard for a pre owned Fortuner. The prices of new vehicles are bonkers these days

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I have voted for the car where I would be willing to put my money and accept it's positives and negatives as a whole. Alcazar is my choice, why?

- Reliable
- Looks like SUV and not taxi (Innova). Innova would have been my second choice.
-Decent amount of features
-Petrol engine is good to drive basis my test drives. Numbers don't tell the whole story.
-Reasonable waiting period
-Sufficent ground clearance
-Last row is ok ok. But then all of these except Innova and Carens have limited 3rd row.

Btw i did put my money on similar comparison last month in higher segment. Bought Tucson Diesel AT top variant. Then also choices were many and Tucson lacked lot of things but as a package it clicked for me.
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