Mahindra Bolero has been around for years in the market and it once ruled the utility vehicle segment with the highest sales numbers. It remains one of the best-selling vehicles from the manufacturer. Mahindra launched the 2021 Bolero and here is a walkaround video of the vehicle from the Mahindra showroom in Uttrakhand.
The video is by Superior Auto shows the Mahindra Bolero from all around. This is the top-end B6 Optional variant that gets a price tag of Rs 9,39 lakh, ex-showroom. The video starts with the front of the vehicle. It shows the front which gets an X-shape bumper. It also gets get clear headlamp with static turning lamps. It is a halogen unit and even the fog lamps that are positioned down below get halogen bulbs.
Mahindra has also updated the grille of the Bolero and it sure looks much bolder than before. The vehicle gets 15-inch tyres with 215/75 R15 tyres. There are disc brakes at the front and the Bolero also gets a metal fender. The turning indicator is located on the side fender.
The Bolero also gets a side step and body-coloured ORVMs. At the rear, it gets leaf spring suspension. But there are no disc brakes in the rear, there are regular drum brakes. The rear gets a clear lens tail lamp. There are also a rear washer and wiper and reverse parking sensor.
What’s it like from inside?
The boot space has two jump seats and space is about 550 litres. All four windows are electrically powered for ease of operation. The dashboard is dual-tone and looks quite decent. The Bolero’s main USP is space and it offers loads of it. There is no transmission tunnel in the rear.
The new Bolero B6 gets an all-digital instrument cluster. It is not a TFT screen though. The MID is located in the middle of the dashboard. The infotainment system is also standard and it is from Kenwood with USB connectivity. The steering is four-spoke but there are no buttons to control anything in the vehicle.
Mahindra offers the Bolero with a mHawk 75 diesel engine. It is the 1.5-litre three-cylinder mHawk75 turbocharged diesel engine. It produces a maximum power of 75 Bhp and a peak torque of 210 Nm. As per the ARAI test, the Bolero with this engine returns a maximum of 16.7 km/l. The Bolero only gets a five-speed manual transmission.
Upcoming Bolero Neo
Mahindra will also utilise the name of the Bolero on the TUV in the near future. Several spy pictures indicate that Mahindra will launch the current-generation TUV300 facelift with a Bolero nameplate. The major change in the front is the bumper and the grille. The grille now gets a different design with chrome highlights. Even the clamshell bonnet design is different and gets different creases too.
Overall, the design of the body remains similar to the standard TUV300. There is no change in the design of the body and the outline looks the same as the standard version of the Bolero. The wheel arches will get flared arches and surround the angled arches of the vehicle. Mahindra has also redesigned the rear of the vehicle with different-looking tail lamps and a new bumper. The tailgate-mounted spare wheel still remains in the same place for the Bolero Neo.