The long forgotten Mahindra Bolero Invader has received comprehensive modifications from the Sun Enterprises to become more stylish and luxurious.
The Mahindra Bolero Invader was a sporty 3-door version of the Bolero with a three-door layout and a shorter wheelbase. It came with a unique design with side facing seats in the rear and a partial soft rooftop. To make the long-forgotten vehicle become appealing to customers again but with a twist, the Sun Enterprises, with expertise in customising and restoring such vehicles, has thoroughly customized the Mahindra Bolero Invader. Let’s see if this company has been successful in modifying the Bolero Invader or not.
With the alterations done from the inside to the outside, the modified Bolero Invader looks nothing different from current luxury SUV. In terms of the exterior, it gets an overall black paint scheme with chrome elements only on the alloy wheels front grille, which makes the vehicle very fashionable.
This picture shows the normal Mahindra Bolero Invader and the modified one; can you realize the differences?
In the front, it comes with a redesigned grille and a pair of aftermarket headlamps. LED DRLs are integrated with the headlamps, which contribute to the aggressive appearance of the vehicle. The aftermarket steel bumper makes the Bolero Invader look like a real off-roader.
On the side profile, the vehicle is equipped aftermarket outside rear-view mirrors integrated with auxiliary LED lamps and turn indicators, which can help the driver operate the vehicle well when driving off-road at night. Moreover, it also comes with large tyres covered by flared wheel arches.
In the rear, the car features modern LED taillamps. The fabric roof at the rear now gives way to a steel canopy with a large window for the rear passengers. The canopy comes with a hump so that the occupants can enjoy the most comfortable journey with a roomy headroom.
The modified Mahindra Bolero Invader comes with modern LED taillamps in the rear
Not only has the exterior of the Bolero Invader received modifications, but its interior has also been completely customized. The dashboard has been refined with a new beige colour paint scheme and a touchscreen infotainment unit. Aftermarket speakers with an independent subwoofer setup are also installed inside the cabin. The small gear lever inside the cabin which is used to engage the low-ratio transfer case indicates that this modified version is equipped with a four-wheel drive system.
The modified Mahindra Bolero Invader received a completely new dashboard and a four-wheel drive system
Additionally, the side-facing seats at the rear have been substituted with comfortable front-facing seats. The cabin also gets ambient lighting, ornaments on the roof and lights along its border. The company has also replaced the traditional door trims with brand-new leather trims, which makes the vehicle looks much more upmarket.
The modified Mahindra Bolero Invader is equipped with upmarket seats
No mechanical alterations have been done to the vehicle. Under the hood of this modified Mahindra Bolero Invader remains to be a 2.5L diesel motor which is good for a maximum power of 63 bhp and a peak torque of 117 Nm. While it is not known how long it takes the Sun Enterprises to complete this product, the time is estimated to be two months. The price of this special vehicle has not been revealed, either.
The modified Mahindra Bolero Invader remains the traditional engine from the normal version
In our opinion, this modified version of the Mahindra Bolero Invader, with much more fashionable exterior and the more top-notch interior is a successful product of the Sun Enterprises. What about you? What do you think about this modified Mahindra Bolero Invader? Do you think the Sun Enterprises will manage to make this long-forgotten vehicle popular again with the Indian auto buyers? Let us know in the comment section below.