Mahindra Bolero Summary
|Max Power||75 bhp @ 3600 rpm|
Mahindra Bolero Price List in India
Mahindra Bolero price start at ₹ 7.98 Lakh and goes up to ₹ 8.99 Lakh. Check out the entire Mahindra Bolero variants on-road price in India. Get more info on Mahindra Bolero new models, videos, latest news, and the up-to-date Bolero four wheeler ex-showroom price.
Mahindra Bolero Variants Price
|Bolero Variants||Ex-showroom Price||Compare|
|1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 15.96 kmpl||₹ 7.98 Lakh|
|1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 15.96 kmpl||₹ 8.64 Lakh|
|1493 cc, Diesel, Manual, 15.96 kmpl||₹ 8.99 Lakh|
Mahindra Bolero Colours
- Mist Silver
- Lakeside Brown
- Diamond White
Mahindra Bolero Highlights
The Mahindra Bolero has been around for roughly 2 decades, and still stands strong to this day, thanks to some sticklers who've always had faith in the MUV's built-to-last character, space and its low maintenance costs. Now shortened in terms of length, it fits into the sub-4 metre category – which also explains the drop in Mahindra Bolero price.
Mahindra has updated the Bolero for 2020 to meet the new emission standards and crash-test norms. Given the opportunity, Mahindra has also updated the Bolero with a mid-cycle facelift. Here's what's new.
The 2020 Mahindra Bolero new model is identical to the model it replaces, but there are a number of changes that distinguish it from its predecessor. It gets a new front bumper, revised headlamps, and a new grille.
The sharp edges remain; its slab-like side profile and roof are pretty much there to remind you this is still your good, old Bolero. There are also some graphics along the sides for those looking for something a little refreshing. The wheel cap design, too, remains unchanged, and it gets 15-inch wheels.
The Mahindra Bolero variants are as follows: B4, B6, and B6 (O). Features include central locking, power windows (front and rear), a height-adjustable driver’s seat, a rear arm-rest for occupants, an infotainment system with AUX, USB and Bluetooth connectivity, and a rear wiper with washer.
On the safety front, the Bolero now gets a driver-side airbag, ABS, reverse parking sensors, speed warning system, and seatbelt reminder for the driver and front passenger.
There isn't much that's been changed on the inside. The truck-like steering wheel position, its simplistic dashboard design and seat fabric – all remain pretty much the same. But the beige colour tone for the cabin is very welcoming. Also, you'll notice some faux wooden elements around. As for the instrument cluster – it now gets a digital display, while there is also a scroller for the engine start/stop system.
In terms of comfort, the Bolero doesn't impress all that much, thanks to the least amount of cushioning available and minimal thigh support. The comfort and seats could have been better, considering some hatchbacks in line with Mahindra Bolero on-road price offer excellent comfort.
Engine Specifications & Performance
Powering the Mahindra Bolero new model is a sole engine: a 1.5-litre, three-cylinder, turbo diesel engine that makes 76bhp and 210Nm of torque. It comes paired to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The 1.5-litre motor is fairly responsive with very little turbo lag. Hardly any vibrations filter into the cabin, and refinement levels have improved as well. The Bolero cruises comfortably on the highway at about 100kmph. The hydraulic power steering makes driving the Bolero easy work, while the ride is compliant at city speeds.