Mahindra Bolero BS6: Base trim vs top trim compared on video

Bolero is one of the oldest models sold by Mahindra in the country. It has been in the country for quite some time and ever since its launch the basic design of the car has never changed. It still is a rugged looking MPV that appeals to both rural as well as urban customers. Mahindra recently launched the Bolero in BS6 avatar and there are couple  of cosmetic changes made in the car to differentiate it from the previous version. The Bolero is now available in three trims of B4, B6 and B6(O). Here we have a video that shows what all is different in the base B4 and the B6 trim.

The video has been uploaded by Next Future on their youtube channel. The video starts by showing the key fob of the BS6 Bolero. The top trim B6 gets central locking system whereas the B4 gets a regular key. Then starting with the front of the car. The B4 trim gets a front grille with gloss black vertical slats on it whereas the B6 gets a chrome strip at the centre of the grille.

Design of the bumper remains same in both the variants. The lower trim misses out of features like fog lamps and cornering lamps that is present in the higher level B6 trim. Coming to the side profile, the B6 gets decals that start after the front wheel arch and go towards the rear of the car. The B4 does not get any sticker on the side profile. The ORVMs on the B6 are body coloured whereas the B4 gets black coloured mirrors. At the rear, the tail lights are also different depending upon te trims. The BS4 gets the tail light similar to the one seen in the BS4 version whereas the B6 gets a clear lens treatment.

Mahindra Bolero BS6: Base trim vs top trim compared on video

On the inside the top trim B6 gets features like power windows, music system, storage space on door, faux wooden inserts on dash and adjustable headrests for first and second row passengers. The base trim misses out on all these features. The engine that powers the 2020 Bolero remains the same. It is the same 1.5 litre turbo diesel engine that is now BS6 compliant. The engine generates 71 PS and 195 Nm of peak torque and is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. The price for Bolero B4, B6 and B6(O) is Rs 7.98 lakh, Rs 8.64 lakh and Rs 8.99 lakh respectively. All the prices are ex-showroom.

Ajeesh Kuttan

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