Mahindra S101 Review
The S101 has as of now been found trying by Motor Vikatan at Chengalpattu, close Chennai in Tamil Nadu. The auto is vigorously camoflaged, and a few components like the guards and headlamps are missing by and large, proposing that the configuration hasn't been settled yet.
The energetic roofline that inclines descending at the back doesn't mean traded off headroom for the second column. There is by all accounts no issue with headroom in the front line, in light of the inhabitants in the picture. Shockingly this will likewise be a 6-7 seater, accoring to Mahindra. There is a solid shoulder line and we anticipate that the entryways will get a couple of flat wrinkles to make the auto look a bit longer than it really is. The wheels and tires seem little in connection to the auto, proposing that the auto will either be centered around great ride quality, or that the last tire size will be distinctive. As may be, the auto seems more hatchback than SUV, which ought to hold it in great stead in terms of fuel productivity.
The general shape is unmistakable, notwithstanding, and we can see that Mahindra is deciding on a "clamshell" style hood, as with most cutting edge plans. That hood scoop is an interesing expansion, a remainder from the Scorpio hood to add muscle to the outline. Shockingly, the shape is obviously a two-crate, which implies that it won't have a critical inside space advantage over the opposition.
The S101 will likely be fueled by the same 100bhp/ 240Nm diesel motor that powers the Quanto. Then again, there is a plausibility that the S101 will be a front-wheel drive model with monocoque structural planning – for this situation it will utilize the 1.5-liter K9K Renault diesel from the Verito.