This Is A Really Impressively Modified Off-Road Mahindra Bolero

by Mohammed Burman | 23/05/2020
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This article is going to showcase a Mahindra Bolero which has been modified to become an off-roader. Read on to discover.

The Mahindra Bolero is among the oldest vehicles from the home-grown automaker in the Indian auto market. It has been present in the Indian auto market for almost two decades and is still one of the most popular utilitarian cars which are favoured by the Indian auto customers. Having a number of fans both in the rural and urban areas, the Bolero is also well-known for its modification potentialities. Earlier, we have reported to you a Mahindra Bolero with a tug of war and a 6x6 off-roader modified Mahindra Bolero, etc. In this article, a Mahindra Bolero has also been customized, this time, again, into an off-roader. Please take a look at this video which showcases all the modifications details of the off-road Mahindra Bolero.

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At the beginning of the video, the Mahindra Bolero is introduced. It is a 2007 Mahindra Bolero which originally came with a different styling from that of the one in the video. In the front, the grille looks like that of the Mahindra Invader with rectangular headlights and turn indicators which are integrated into the bumper. Other noteworthy alterations which are made to the modified Mahindra Bolero include a snorkel and an additional LED lights which are positioned right ahead of the windscreen to give the driver better visibility, especially at night. The top of the car has also been equipped with LED lights on the roof. As regards the side profile, the vehicle now has higher ground clearance with the footrest removed and the addition of a three-inch lift kit. Moreover, the car now sits on 15-inch alloy rims with Mud terrain tyres.

modified mahindra bolero front three quarters

This modified Mahindra Bolero gets thorough modifications as regards the front and the side profile.

Apart from all the above, there are no remarkable alterations done to the rear and the interior of the Mahindra Bolero. The engine experiences no modifications with a 2.5-litre oil burner. The Mahindra Bolero is currently powered by a BS6-compliant 1.5-litre diesel motor which can deliver 75 PS against 195 Nm. Priced at INR 7.98 lakh (ex-showroom), thanks to its bomb-proof reliability, hardy nature and low maintenance cost, the Bolero is the best-selling of MUV in India.

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