Mahindra Bolero is one of the most recognized cars available in the country. Much like owning a bullet, Mahindra Bolero and Scorpio are more than simply owning a car. It gives you a sense of Indian pride, which no other car can provide you. BS6 emission norms forced all manufacturers to update their cars and the new Mahindra Bolero BS6 is no different. Find out below about Mahindra Bolero BS6 Facelift in India 2020.
Engine and Performance
The biggest update in the new car is the BS6 Diesel engine. This SUV is only available with a single-engine option and transmission. Mahindra Bolero was never known for its options and premiumness and this new car is no different. The 1.5L- three-cylinder mHawk75 Diesel engine produces a maximum power output of 75bhp@3600rpm and peak torque of 210Nm@1600-2000rpm. The engine is fully BS6 compliant and performance is good too. The Mahindra Bolero BS6 model costs between Rs.8.09 to Rs.9.10 lakh (ex-showroom).
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Mahindra Bolero interiors are known for its rigidity and sturdiness. However many changes have been made to transform its crude looks to something more appealing. Mahindra also provides the new Bolero with new upholstery which increases the overall look of the interiors. The infotainment system is still pretty old school without any touchscreen. A new four-spoke steering wheel makes an appearance to entice new customers.
Additional features include remote fuel-lid opener and single-DIN music system with AUX and USB support. You don’t get Bluetooth either. Government of India has made safety features compulsory so the Mahindra Bolero BS6 comes with dual airbags, seat-belt reminder, high-speed alert system and rear parking sensor.
The new Mahindra Bolero BS6 still retains the boxy signature looks of its predecessor. People in tier 2 and rural areas are a fan of it. Minor tweaks have been made to add some freshness to the car.
The facelift was launched earlier 2020 and got a redesigned front grille and bonnet to enhance its looks upfront. Mahindra has also nicely integrated parking light, hazard light and the beam light neatly into the partition. You also get fog lamps and new air dam on the bottom front bumper. The overall look of the car though is quite old-school.
Rear changes include clear lens tail lamps and a door handle for the boot gate. You also get new decals on the side of the car. Factory colour options include White, Silver and Brown. You can also further customize your Bolero with additional money through Mahindra Customize option.