What would the MPV Mahindra Marazzo look like in the form of a low-rider? Read to find the answer.
Mahindra Marazzo was launched last year in October, and here we are, at early 2019, with the first modified Marazzo arrived. Even though the Marazzo is offered with a special restyled version done by DC Design, but the modification is limited to the interior and there isn’t much room for personal reference with the exterior design. But don’t worry, a Kerala-based Tuners Edge has introduced an exterior modifying kit for Mahindra’s new MPV.
Mahindra Marazzo has been modified to look like a sporty low-rider
Tuners Edge has redesigned the Marazzo to have a look of a low rider. At the front face, the bumper is extended and low-lounged, therefore, making the ground clearance appear lower at the front profile. A low rider looks sporty and chic, however, the downside is you have to pay more attention to ramps and bumps on road or they will hurt the extended bumper.
The lowered bumper has totally altered the front profile of the stock Marazzo
On the side and rear profile, to butch up the low rider looks, the Marazzo is enhanced with a side skirt, redesigned wheels and rear spoiler. All of the details are norms for any sports-car-oriented car so the custom team will obviously skip on these. Moreover, the rear side comes packed with new LED DRLs on the fog lamp housing.
Rear spoiler and side skirted are added to complete the low-rider look
The body-kit Marazzo doesn’t include modification on the interior and mechanical part. The modified Marazzo continues to sport the 1.5-litre 4-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine making 121 Bhp and 300 Nm. A 6-speed manual gearbox is matched to the diesel engine. At the moment, there isn’t any automatic version available but it is expected to arrive in the later stage. The AMT unit might add to the recent price around Rs. 60,000-80,000. Also, a petrol option is also promised to join the range next year.