The Bolero is one of the most popular MUVs sold by Mahindra and it has been on sale for almost 2 decades. Bolero is still famous among buyers because of its rugged looks and practicality. Even after some many years of being launched, Bolero is still selling in decent numbers every month. Recently, Mahindra made made slight changes to meet new safety norms and also recently launched a BS6 version of the MUV. Bolero also happens to be a vehicle that is loved a lot in the modification circle and we have seen a lot of examples in the past. Here we have a Bolero that wants to look like a Mercedes G-Wagen.
Bolero loaded 20inch
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The Bolero here does not get a host of changes or modification. It is the recently launched BS6 version which gets a redesigned bumper, front grille and headlamp in comparison the older versions. The only prominent change or modification on this Bolero is the huge 20 inch aftermarket alloy wheels.
The alloy wheel design on this Bolero reminds of Mercedes G-Wagen. The new 20-inch alloy wheels lift up the muscular look of Bolero altogether. It gives it a sporty and SUVish stance and as it now gets bigger wheels, the ground clearance of the car has also been increased.
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No other major changes are made to the Bolero and looks simple and beautiful. Mahindra Bolero BS6 version now comes equipped with safety features like dual airbags, high speed alert, driver and co-driver seat belt reminder, rear parking sensor as standard. The 2020 version of Bolero is now available in three trims – B4, B6 and B6(O). Top end B6 trim gets features like power windows, music system, central locking and so on. The Bolero is a highly regarded multi-utility-vehicle that currently has no direct competition. Known for its ruggedness and reliability, both paramilitary and civilians use this vehicle in a big way, making it India’s best selling MUV.
It is now powered by a BS6 compliant 1.5 litre diesel engine that generates a maximum of 75 Ps and 195 Nm of peak torque. The engine is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox and does not come with an automatic transmission even as an option. Price for BS6 Mahindra Bolero now starts at Rs 7.98 lakh, ex-showroom and goes up to Rs 8.99 lakh, ex-showroom. Mahindra has also been working on the all-new Thar for some time and will be launching it in early October this year.
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