This butch-looking, MODIFIED Mahindra Bolero 4×4 is selling for less than a new Maruti WagonR

The Mahindra Bolero was first launched back in 2000. The rugged utility vehicle has taken many forms since then and is one of the most popular UVs in India. In fact, the Bolero has one of the longest production runs of any vehicle that is still sold in the market. Now the Bolero’s target markets are mostly rural and rub-urban areas and that where most of its sales come from. However, a lot of enthusiasts also bought the 4×4 variants of the Bolero which Mahindra sold nearly a decade back. The one featured below is also a 4×4 variant which is modified for off-road usage. The best part is that it can be had for less than the price of a new Maruti Suzuki Wagon R top model.

Used Bolero

This Bolero is a 2001 made model that is up for sale in Bengaluru, Karnataka. The asking price of this butch machine is Rs. 5.60 lakhs and it is the LX 4WD variant. According to its owner, the vehicle has been kept very nicely during the course of its lifetime and he wants someone who could take similar care of it. The reason for selling the vehicle is that the owner wants to upgrade to the Isuzu D-Max V-Cross. The vehicle has a fitness certificate valid upto 2022. The owner has also made quite a few modifications on the vehicle which enhance its off-road prowess.

Used Bolero 3

The front and rear bumpers have been replaced with custom off-road spec units which improve the approach and departure angles among other benefits. The stock tires have been replaced with huge 33-inch tyres that give it the necessary traction needed while off-roading and also elevate the vehicle from the ground. The tires are shod on to blacked-out 10J R15 steel rims. The fenders now get black plastic flares while the front end has been fitted with a winch. The underbody of the vehicle has been given a rust proof

Used Bolero 2

This Bolero has changed hands once and is powered by an SZ2.6 chain drive Turbo engine. The vehicle has covered around 60,000 km till date and the front windshield had been replaced recently. A BMC DIA Air filter has also been fitted on the vehicle for better air intake. The front seats have been replaced with seats from Honda City and the rear seats are foldable. A 7-inch multimedia display with a camera has been added along with a dash camera. Other enhancements include TJM seat covers, Garmin navigator system (lifetime subscription), 55 mm body lift kit, Boomerang shackle lift, Waterproof flooring mat, freewheel hubs, and new headlights assembly n grill.

If interested, you can check out more details about this Mahindra Bolero and contact its seller here.