first_imgMahindra on Monday announced that the popular Scorpio automatic variant is discontinued from the company’s line-up. In a recent interaction with a customer on Twitter, Mahindra revealed that the company has discontinued the automatic gearbox variant to the popular Scorpio SUV. Mahindra has unlisted the Scorpio AT from their company’s portfolio in India. However, the company has not officially announced the news.Although the reason for discontinuing the Scorpio AT is still unclear, we think low sales and demand could be the reason. Moreover, it could also be that the company is readying a facelift for the Scorpio and hence wanted to clear the remaining inventory. The reason is however, unclear and will only know once the company makes an official announcement.The Mahindra Scorpio AT, launched in India in 21015, came with a 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine that churned out peak power of 120 bhp and peak torque of 280 Nm, mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. Moreover, the Scorpio AT was available with a 2WD variant and a 4WD variant with the prices ranging from Rs 13.13 lakh (ex showroom, New Delhi) and Rs 14.33 lakh (ex showroom, New Delhi) respectively. The automatic variant was available only in the top-end S10 trim level. The Scorpio also came with a five-speed gearbox.Watch this space for more information.ALSO READ:Mahindra working on giving more power to the XUV500ALSO READ:Toyota Innova Touring Sport vs Mahindra XUV500last_img