Here’s a highly modified Mahindra Bolero, which looks quite amazing. The modifier has tried to design it more like a luxury SUV than an off-roader.
Mahindra Bolero is among the popularly known SUVs offered by the homegrown carmaker in the Indian market. The SUV is also loved by a lot of modifiers as they like to customize the car as per their preference. Earlier, we have seen many examples of amazingly modified Mahindra Bolero UVs. Here, we have one such modification, which has been done to make the bare-basic model look more robust and eye-catching. These images of the modified Mahindra Bolero were posted by a Facebook user named Rohan George. The modified vehicle has been named Jura, inspired from Jura mountain range located in the north of Western Alps. According to the creator, the Jura is based on the first-gen Bolero and is designed to be more like a luxury SUV than being a ultitarian offering.
Talking about the modifications, outside, it features a two-tone colour. The SUV is painted in wine red and piano black shade. It also gets some added body panels to give the vehicle a more robust look. Upfront, it gets revised headlamps with LED DRLs. Moreover, The SUV also employs a custom made bumper on both the ends along with faux skid plates. The bonnet of the car now gets a power bulge and a bit air intake.
The wing mirrors have been replaced by new aftermarket units and are inspired by the ones on the Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon. Talking about a few other customizations, the SUV gets 16-inch chromed steel wheels, electrically adjustable side mirrors, LED taillamps, LED bumper lamps and sliding sunroof. Inside, the SUV now looks quite upmarket as it features a blacked-out cabin with silver detailing, customized dashboard, second-row captain seats, multiple charging ports, custom door pads, 2-DIN audio, and much more.
For better off-roading, the UV employs 2-inch front and rear suspension lift kits and a performance exhaust system. We must say that the customization job looks quite genuine and the dual-tone colour shade will surely remind you of the old Land Rover Defender. Mechanically, the Bolero remains the same; it derives power from a 1.5-litre, 3-pot diesel engine, which puts out power and torque outputs of 75bhp and 210 Nm. The engine comes paired with a 5-speed manual transmission.