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Mahindra Bolero – Tough and Stylish says

Author: Satish Kumar
by Satish Kumar
Posted: Nov 26, 2015

Mahindra cars in India have an array of models, belonging to the Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs), Multi Utility Vehicles (MUVs) and compact SUVs. Despite being the bulky built rides that they are, Mahindra cars have always delivered a pretty decent mileage.

Mahindra Bolero, a top performing multi-utility vehicle, is equipped with a common rail diesel engine technology. The Bolero has changed the common perception about utility vehicles - that they lack style and comfort. Ever since its launch in 2000, Mahindra Bolero has continued to perform well in the Indian market and has been the highest selling SUV for consecutive years. If you have any query related to auto news, automobile industry, etc. Follow AutoPortal on Quora.


This best off-roading vehicle faces competition from the Tata Sumo and the Mahindra vehicles the Thar, the Quanto, the Scorpio and the Xylo.


Mahindra had come out with face lifts in 2011 and 2014. There are 14 versions of the Bolero, all in diesel. They are the DI non AC White and Silver, the EX non AC and AC, the Plus non AC and AC, the DI AC, the LX non AC, the LX 4WD non AC, the SLE BS3, the SLE, the SLX, the SLX 2WD BS3, the ZLX BS4 and the Bolero Special Edition. The SLE, the SLX and the ZLX versions were launched in 2011 and the Special Edition in March 2014.

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The latest Bolero comes with more macho exterior styling and a new refined and peppy 2523 cc m2DiCR engine which combines the benefits of both the reliable Di engine along with common rail technology. The engine delivers a maximum power of 63 bhp with an amazing mileage of 15.96 kmpl. The new engine has low voice, harshness and enhanced drivability. The maximum speed of the Bolero is 117 kmph. The engine is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. The Bolero accelerates from 0 to 100 kmph speed mark in just 26 s.


The earlier versions of the Bolero were 4107 mm long, 1660 mm wide, 1880 mm high and had a ground clearance of 183 mm, while the new LX 4WD model is longer (4440 mm long) and has a larger ground clearance of 195 mm.

The more aggressive front has masculine bumpers. The front grille with honeycomb mesh adds a dash of style. The Bolero has Hawk eyed headlamps that make a statement, along with the manually adjustable body coloured ORVMs. The new age body decals, clear lens tail lamps and a side stepper on the exterior makes the Bolero stand out. The R15 wheels are in alloys for higher versions. The higher variants have AC, 1 DIN music system, leather seat covers, power steering and power windows.


The Bolero comes at a price from Rupees 6.15 to 7.78 lakhs.

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