Mahindra Bolero is one of the toughest built SUVs that you can get in India. It is known for its bulletproof reliability. Due to this, people are using the SUV for off-roading and are even modifying them. Well, here is a modification that is done by TRACK 4×4 Accessorise & Customization. They have modified a lot of things on the Bolero to make it off-road friendly.
At the first glance, the modified Bolero cannot be identified as a regular Bolero because of extreme modifications. The SUV is finished in military green colour.
The stock Bolero comes with rectangular headlamps. The modified Bolero has circular LED headlamps that have a projector setup in them. This should provide better visibility when compared to stock halogen headlamps.
There is an after-market 7-slat grille that we usually see on Jeeps and the shop has even pasted Jeep and some star decals on the side of headlights. An off-road spec bumper has been installed in the front that will protect the front of the SUV from branches and increases the approach angle. There is also a winch mounted in the front that has a capacity of 8500 lbs.
Then we come to the side profile where we can see that the Bolero has been lifted a couple of inches using the suspension kit from Old Man. It is also running on off-road tyres that are wider and taller. Due to this, the rims have also been changed. Because the tyres would stick out of the body, the shop has increased the size of the wheel arches.
The outside rearview mirrors are derived from the Jeep Wrangler. There is a light bar installed on the roof which should help in illuminating the path ahead while off-roading. There is also a rock slider placed which doubles up as a side footstep. The shop has also installed an external roll cage which should protect the bodywork and the driver to some extent in case the SUV rolls over.
There are some useful modifications made such as there is a jerry can and a farm jack mounted on the side of the SUV. There is also a roof-mounted Ironman tent installed in case the owner wants to go overlanding. The spare tyre is also the off-road spec tyre and is mounted on the tailgate. There is a set of aftermarket tail lamps that seems like they are using an LED setup. Then there is an off-road bumper that improves the departure angle.
The price of the modification is not shared on the Facebook post. So, you would have to get in touch with TRACK 4×4 Accessorise & Customization directly and they would be able to help you with the pricing. Overall, the modification looks quite good. It has also helped in making Bolero a better off-roader. The post has not shared if any mechanical changes have been made to the SUV.