If you think that the stock 15-inch alloy wheels of the Mahindra Bolero aren’t enough to match with its sheer size, this modified Bolero with massive 20-inch alloy wheels is here for you.
One of the longest-standing SUV from Mahindra’s product portfolio, the Mahindra Bolero is set to see a generation change in the first half of 2021. While the current Mahindra Bolero has been on sale in India for almost twenty years, it comes without doubts that the Bolero has received gazillion of modified examples in and outside the country. One of the biggest grouse that people find on the existing Bolero is the puny 15-inch alloy wheels. Here we’ve got a modified Bolero that looks crazily badass with huge aftermarket 20-inch wheels. Check it out now.
Here’s the video of the modified Mahindra Bolero that is uploaded on the Youtube channel of Modified Club. The video showcases how the modified Bolero has changed both inside and out, especially focusing on the massive 20-inch wheels of the MUV. At the front, the modified Bolero car has been given a new aftermarket front grille that houses a bold black “Bolero” lettering. The stock headlights of the Bolero has been removed to make room for the HID unit while the fog lamps have been replaced as well.
Going to the side profile, it is clear that the biggest highlight lies on the huge 20-inch alloy wheels of the Bolero which are also the aftermarket units. That said, the modified Bolero looks so crazy and intimidating with these wheels that one will never miss out this car if they’ve come across it on the crowded streets. The wheel arches of the Bolero has been tweaked a bit to accommodate the newly-built alloys. Interestingly, the modified fenders with new wheels seem to fill the gigantic appearance of the Bolero very well and it does not look odd at all. According to the video, the total cost of these wheels is at around Rs 1.5 lakh.
The rear end of the modified Bolero remains the same, except for the custom wheel cover made for the spare tyre. The spare tyre of the Bolero gets inspiration from the Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen and is mounted on the rear door of the model. On the inside, the interior of the modified Mahindra Bolero remains more or less identical to the regular one. However, the car’s owner has revealed that he will get it done up very soon.
For the initiated, the Mahindra Bolero is essentially one of the best multi-utility vehicles in India. It is a utilitarian MUV that has become very popular for car buyers in both rural and urban areas. The Mahindra Bolero is powered by a BS6-compliant 1.5-litre 3-cylinder twin-turbo diesel engine that churns out 75 BHP of max power and 210 Nm of peak torque. A 5-speed MT and an RWD come as standard on the Mahindra Bolero model.