Mahindra Bolero has been one of the oldest selling UV from Indian manufacturer. The Bolero became popular among buyers because of its rugged looks, practical design, engine and low cost of maintenance. The MUV has been around for almost 2 decades and the car has adapted itself with the changing rules and norms and is still doing decent numbers every month. For its rugged looks, Bolero is often chosen by people who love to modify cars and we have seen similar examples in the past. Here we have a Bolero that is heavily modified by DC Design. This modified 2017 Bolero one is up for sale and costs Rs 12 lakh.
One of the common type of modification that we have seen with Mahindra Bolero in the past is G-Wagen replicas. There are some brilliant looking replicas but, this one right here is a bit different. It has got a personality of its which is derived from regular Bolero. The front of the car has been revised completely. The area around the headlamp and the grille are now replaced with black colour custom made units. The bumper has also been revised and looks more rugged than before. The headlights are projector type units and it also gets fog lamps on the bumper.
Looking at the side profile, the car looks retains the butch look with flared wheel arches, chunky all-terrain tyres, sporty looking alloys and a ‘Interceptor’ badging. The ORVMs and the blacked out window at the rear gives it a distinct look. The stock tail light at the rear has been removed and replaced with a much more premium looking unit. On the left side at the rear, it even has ‘Interceptor’ badging in the reflector area. The bumper has been revised and the spare wheels is still mounted on rear door.
On the inside, the interiors have been updated. It now gets a tan colour interior and the car now seats only four. The rear seat has been replaced with captain seats and that leaves with a huge space in the boot for luggage. Other smart customisations like cupholders, cubby holes, armrests are also included. It also gets power window feature for all the four windows. No mechanical changes are made to the Bolero and it runs on the 1.5 litre diesel engine that generates 70 Bhp and 195 Nm of peak torque. Interested buyers can get in touch with the sellers directly by clicking here.