Planning to buy the Mahindra Bolero series anytime soon? We have some bad news for you. M&M has hiked the prices of the Bolero and Bolero Neo by up to INR 22,000. As a result of this, the B6 variant of the Bolero gets the maximum price hike of INR 22,000. Meanwhile, the B4 trim now costs INR 20,701 more. Customers planning to get the N10 (O) variant of the Bolero Neo will have to pay INR 20,502 more. Then we have N10 and N4 variants, prices of which have gone up by INR 21,007 and INR 18,800, respectively. Recently Mahindra has also increased the prices of the XUV700 and Thar SUVs. The prices for these SUVs are now costlier by up to INR 37,000.
Key Highlights – Mahindra Bolero And Mahindra Bolero Neo
The Mahindra Bolero SUV gets a 1.5-litre diesel engine. The power output of this engine is 75 bhp. Meanwhile, the torque rating is at 210 Nm. The powertrain is matched to a five-speed manual gearbox. There’s no automatic gearbox option.
Mahindra Bolero Neo uses a 1.5-litre diesel motor. The performance figure from this motor reads as 100 bhp of power and 240 NM of torque. This engine, too, utilizes a five-speed manual gearbox.
The Bolero Brand Name In India
Bolero has been a household name for Mahindra for a very long period of time. The brand is particularly very famous in the rural market of India. With Bolero, Mahindra has gained much appreciation for the robustness of the SUV. In fact, it is the reliability of the Bolero that makes it so popular in the commercial segment. With the Neo trim of the Bolero, Mahindra has taken a major risk, as it is more of a TUV rebadged as a Bolero. This trim particularly caters to the more aspiring customers looking for more modern features in the SUV.