Mahindra Bolero Modified Into A 6X6 Off-Roader

by Jatin Chhibber | 02/05/2020
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Here is a video of India's first 6X6 Mahindra Bolero. The car gets an extra set of wheels along with a few modifications outside and inside.

Mahindra Bolero was first launched back in the year 2000, and it is one of the oldest vehicles offered by the carmaker in the country. Since then not much has been changed in terms of its design. It is also one of the top-selling MUV in the market and is popular among the rural and urban market customers. Moreover, the car is also quite loved by the off-road enthusiast around the country. Earlier we’ve shared a lot of examples where the SUV has been customized to be a more capable off-roader. Here we have another modified Bolero which could be the only 6X6 Bolero in the country. The video is uploaded by a YouTube channel named as SD OFFROADERS NAKODAR.


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Earlier, they’ve customized and restored a lot of cars and SUVs. The Mahindra Bolero covered in this video is extensively customized and features a host of changes. Upfront, for better illumination the regular headlamps are replaced by the round aftermarket units. The front grille in this modified Mahindra Bolero is also redesigned. It gets an off-road bumper with integrated side blinkers. The major modification has taken place to the side profile of the car. The rear part of the Bolero has been extended to accommodate an extra set of wheels to make it a 6X6 SUV. It also gets chunky dual-purpose tyres wrapped around the off-road rims.


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It seems like the car now sits higher than before and employs aftermarket wheel arches. The rear profile of the SUV features LED taillamps along with a spare wheel mounted on the tailgate. Inside, the customizer has tried to convert the off-roader in a lounge. The cabin offers an ample amount of space and is big enough to accommodate 8 passengers at once. It comes loaded with features like LED screen, diamond-stitched leather upholstery, roof-mounted AC vents and a sunroof. This modification is not road legal and it can only be used on private roads.

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