2025 Mahindra Pik Up Spied Sans Camo

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2025 Mahindra Pik Up Spied Sans Camo

Mahindra’s ‘Pik Up’ truck (sold in South Africa) was recently spotted being tested in Nashik, Maharashtra. The Scorpio Classic-based four-wheeler was seen in a striking red paint job and donned the ‘Twin Peaks’ Mahindra logo with six chrome slats instead of seven on the nose. Besides the headlamp units that have received a smoked effect and slight changes to projectors, other bits on the front fascia look similar to its Scorpio Classic sibling. 

On the Outside

The truck’s windshield featured an ‘S1100’ sticker implying the test mule was the range-topping S11, however, steel rims with 1st-generation Scorpio wheel covers looked out of place. Even the rear pull-up handle and tail lamps are borrowed from the latter, killing the scope of DRLs. 

Under the Hood

With ‘mHAWK D140’ badging on the quarter panels ahead, we expect it to retain its 2.2-litre diesel mill capable of churning out 138 horsepower and 320 Nm pull force. On a similar note, the six-speed manual and automatic transmission doing duty in the current vehicle will likely be retained. Available in three S6, S10 and S11 trims in South Africa, buyers get to opt for a 4x4 right from the base trim. 


Depending on the body type, the Mahindra Pik Up is priced from R269,099 (Rs. 11.75 lakh) to R643,099 (Rs. 29.06 lakh) for the Karoo Special Edition Dawn and Karoo Special Edition Storm in the African nation. 

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