Mahindra will be launching the Bolero facelift with a BSVI-compliant diesel engine. The vehicle has already started arriving at dealerships across the country.
Earlier, we had reported about various spy pictures of the upcoming BS6 Mahinda Bolero facelift, with and without camouflage. Now, with the new models arriving in showrooms, we can now take a closer look, both outside and inside the vehicle.
2020 Mahindra Bolero BS6 | gyani enough
The video above, posted by YouTube channel ‘gyani enough’, contains a detailed walkaround of the upcoming UV. Along with explaining the design and technology in the car, the changes have also been narrated here. Starting from the front, the headlamps and front grille, both have been redesigned to look slimmer and boxier. You also get premium looking LED DRLs now. The front bumper is also redesigned, with smoother creases and new foglamp housings. The side profile gets almost no changes. At the rear, the design of the tail lamps is new.
Inside the car, there aren’t a lot of changes to be noticed. The design is almost the same as the outgoing model, although the colour theme is a slightly darker shade of brown. The biggest change to the car sits under the hood. The 1.5-litre turbocharged inline-3 engine is the same unit as the previous version, but has been updated to meet the BSVI emission norms. Maximum power and torque figures are expected to be the same as before, 72 PS and 195 Nm, respectively. The only transmission option offered here will be a 5-speed manual.
While the Bolero is mostly utilitarian, it will offer a decent amount of equipment on-board. There are power windows for all four doors, manual AC, fully-digital instrument cluster, and a music system. The list of safety features includes dual-front airbags, ABS, EBD, seat-belt reminder, over-speed warning, and rear parking sensors. There will be four trim levels on offer – LX, SLE, SLX, and ZLX. The current model is priced from Rs. 7.61 to 8.99 lakh, and the facelift version is expected to have a slightly higher price.