Mahindra Imperio

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  • Colors
  • LavaRed
  • ArcticWhite
  • VerveBlue

Performance

Engine 2489 cc
Mileage 13.55 kmpl
Power 74 bhp
Max Speed -

Design & Build

GVW 2.99 tons
Axle​ -
Wheelbase ​ 3220
Body Option Deck Body

Comfort & Safety

A/C​ Yes
Tiltable Steering​ Yes
Brakes​​ Drum Brakes
ABS​ No

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HIGHLIGHTS

 

Dec 7, 2018: The Mahindra Imperio is a stylish pickup truck from the indigenous automaker and comes with a double cabin setup. Moreover, the cabin gets air conditioning given as a standard fitment. It has a wheelbase of 3,220 mm, which means that the carriage deck is pretty big. Hence, out of the 2,990 kilograms gross vehicle weight, the maximum payload capacity is 1,070 kilograms.

The pickup truck is suspended over Independent front units while the rear has leaf springs. As for the braking, drum brakes are given for all the wheels. Under the hood, there is a 2.5-litre engine doing the duties of churning out a maximum power of 74 bhp at 3,200 rpm along with a peak torque of 220 Nm at 1,400 rpm. A 5-speed manual gearbox sends the power to the wheels.

Mahindra Imperio Price List​

  View Below - Listing of Variants​
Mahindra Double Cab VX BS-IV
Diesel 74 bhp @ 3200 rpm,220 Nm @ 1400-2200 rpm,Manual
Mahindra Double Cab BS-IV
Diesel 74 bhp @ 3200 rpm,220 Nm @ 1400-2200 rpm,Manual
Mahindra Single Cab VX BS-IV
Diesel 74 bhp @ 3200 rpm,220 Nm @ 1400-2200 rpm,Manual
Mahindra Single Cab BS-IV
Diesel 74 bhp @ 3200 rpm,220 Nm @ 1400-2200 rpm,Manual

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Mahindra Imperio User Reviews

 
Overall Rating
Performance 5/5

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Maintenance 5/5

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Design & Build 5/5

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User Reported Mileage 20 kmpl
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Mahindra Imperio - Expert Review

Overview

The Small Commercial Vehicle (SCV) segment has been dominated by many players but Mahindra has left everyone envious with its news premium pickup Imperio. With this new vehicle, the company has turn the table around for itself and has offered an option full of luxury and power for both commercial and personal use with single and double cabin variants.

Imperio’s unmatched power, modern day style, tech savvy cabin and spacious room has make it undoubtedly the market leader and with fuel smart technology, it could be used for anyone between power and mileage. Also, being low on maintenance and faster on turn around, the pick-up is just a perfect vehicle to look up while planning to buy one for self use or business.

Specs:

Engine - 2.5 Litre 4-Cylinder Common Rail DI

Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) - 2,990 kg

Wheelbase and Turning Radius - 3,220 mm and 6,300 mm

Mileage - 13.55 Km/l

Engine and Performance

Powered by 2.5 Litre 4-Cylinder Common Rail Direct Injection diesel engine, Imperio is able to churn out a maximum power of 75 hp @ 3,200 rpm and a peak torque of 220 Nm @ 1,400 - 2,200 rpm. Moreover, the fuel smart technology used in it could be used for different power and mileage needs based on the purpose of usage. Also, the 5-Speed gear transmission box and Single Plate Dry Clutch gets Imperio to 120 km/h of top speed and is able to generate decent mileage of near about 14 km/l.

Vehicle Built and Load Capacity

Coming to vehicle built, the pick-up is available in 2 variants of single cab (SC) and double cab (DC) with 2 sub variants each with VX tag on the luxury one. The common dimensions across all the variants are wheelbase, overall width, ground clearance and turning radius, which is 3,220 mm, 1,890 mm, 211 mm and 6,300 mm. Overall length and height for SC & DC is 5,280 mm and 1,943 mm & 5,180 mm and 1,952 mm respectively.

The load body dimensions of both SC and DC are different standing at (LxWxH) 2,570x1,745x862 mm and 1,647x1,745x862 mm, respectively with same Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) of 2,990 kg.

The payload capacity is although different for each variant at 1,240 kg, 1,220 kg, 1,090 kg and 1,070 kg for SC, SC VX, DC and DC VX respectively but is decent for a pick-up for both commercial and personal use.

Handling and Suspension

Mahindra has fitted Power Steering in Imperio to help driver no feel fatigue over the long course of driving and definitely easy to maneuver on any given terrain. Down to suspension, there are Independent Double Wishbone Coil Springs with Anti-roll bar at front and Leaf Springs at rear.

Braking and Safety

The Ventilated Disc front brakes and Drum rear brakes do more than enough to help driver stop pick-up at safe distance with whatsoever load capacity.More safety has been provided with features like engine immobiliser, Load Sensing Proportioning Valve (LSPV) ELR seat belts, child lock, headlamp leveling, high mountain stop lamp, and of course crash tested cabin with rock-hard structure.

Design and Comfort

Discussing the design part, Imperio is just and SUV with back space to carry the load. The designer front grille, next-gen headlamps, integrated cargo box to enhance vehicle style and very eye-catchy metallic paint. Inside the cabin too there are features which are not available in most of its counter parts like huge cabin space, stylish dashboard with many functions, hugging seats for longer trips, tiltable steering column, 4-Speed AC Blower, power windows, central locking with keyless entry 2-DIN music system, floor console with bottle & cup holder, door map pockets and many more.

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