Mahindra Bolero

Mahindra & Mahindra Limited launched the second generation Bolero in March 2007. The all-new sports-utility vehicle (SUV) comes with refreshed looks and style. The exteriors and interiors of the latest Bolero have been designed in way that will find appeal with the younger generation of car buyers in India. The automobile sports a host of new features, which perfectly suit the needs of Indian consumers. An off-road SUV, it delivers uncompromising fuel efficiency and commendable performance on city roads as well.

New Mahindra Bolero is powered by 2523cc Turbo Charged DI (Direct Injection) diesel engine, which generates a power of 63.2 PS @ 3200 rpm and 18.4 kgm of torque @ 1440-1500 rpm. The 2.5L engine is much more refined than its previous model. The good, low-end torque of Bolero allows a smooth ride on gradients and bumpy roads.

Design And Comfort
Mahindra Bolero flaunts a new, sleek front grille and muscular bumper that accentuate the appearance of its fascia. The rear side appears more sophisticated, with curved clear lens taillights. Adding to the appeal of the exteriors is the well-contoured door handles. Ergonomics in the cabin of the all-new Bolero have been reworked to suit the present-day consumer's desire. Its plush bucket seats offer a greater degree of comfort to the occupants.

Mahindra Bolero sports a trendy dashboard and instrument cluster. The efficiency of the air conditioning system has also been improved. The audio system is integrated on the instrument panel in such a way that the controls are within easy reach of the driver. The new Mahindra Bolero comes packed with many utility spaces. There are small storage areas for various passenger needs, which are neatly tucked away in the space-efficient central console.

Ride And Handling
New Mahindra Bolero comes equipped with an advanced NGT 520 transmission, along with synchromesh gears, which allow smooth gearshifts. The automobile's front suspension is built to withstand tough road conditions, while giving its occupants utmost comfort. A combination of disc and drum brakes is used in the SUV, which facilitates smooth braking on all road conditions. The wide radial tyres of Bolero ensure better road grip, safety and improved handling.

Mahindra Bolero comes equipped with anti-roll bars that help the vehicle hold to the ground even on the tightest bends. Its braking system prevents the locking of wheels on slippery roads. The new SUV also has a long wheelbase, which provides greater stability to the automobile. The other safety features of Mahindra Bolero include central locking and seat belt/door open warning.

Variants, Price And Color
The eight variants of new Mahindra Bolero are SLX, DX, DI, XLS, XL, Sportz, Invader and Camper. The SUV is available in five colors, including Apple Red, Fiery Black, Diamond White, Rocky Beige and Turf Green. The latest version of Mahindra Bolero is priced between Rs 4.60 lakh and Rs 5.61 lakh.

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