Mahindra has just launched the Bolero facelift with the updated BS6 engines. The car is on a league of its own when it comes to sales and has been successful in capturing the demands of the Indian consumers. The Bolero gets a host of updates on it and a new engine that even produces more power now. The Bolero is a favourite in rural areas due to its rugged build quality as well as the competitive pricing. The new car also provides the goods that the Indian customers like. Find out more about the changes and more details about the car below.
The design of this SUV remains muscular and industrial. The overall fit finish of the vehicle has been improved. The Mahindra Bolero gets subtle updates throughout the bodywork. It gets new bumpers, new lights and also a different design of the grille. Even the bonnet gets more insulation so as to give the driver a more refined driving experience. Features on the outside will be static bending headlamps, fog lamps, rear washer and wiper. It will also be India’s first car to comply with pedestrian safety norms.
Bolero facelift features
On the inside, it gets an updated colour theme fabric seats. Also on offer will be a Driver Information System with features such as distance travelled, distance to empty, gear indicator, digital clock with day and date four-spoke steering wheel borrowed from the Mahindra TUV models. On the safety front, driver airbag, front SBR, ABS and reverse parking sensors are standard. Other features would be Co-driver occupant detection system, digital cluster, black ORVMs, new flip key, vinyl seats, power steering, remote fuel lid opener, music system, Body-coloured ORVMs, power windows, central locking, keyless entry, 12V charging port, static bending headlamps, driver information system, fog lamps, rear wash and wiper.
The Mahindra Bolero Power+ gets the new BS6 mHawk75 engine from Mahindra. The new engine now produces 75bhp and 210Nm of torque. For reference, the previous engine made 90bhp and 195Nm of torque. The car will also get the micro-hybrid technology. The Bolero will continue to be mated with the five-speed manual transmission.