This Modified Mahindra Bolero Invader Looks BADASS

by Jatin Chhibber | 15/09/2020
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Here’s a tastefully modified Mahindra Bolero Invader for Karnataka that looks all-set to counter some tough terrains.

Mahindra Bolero is among the popularly known SUVs offered by the homegrown carmaker in our 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 another one of such modifications wherein a Bolero Invader has been transformed into a three-door monster truck. The video of this customized Mahindra Bolero Invader has been uploaded by a YouTube channel named as Weekend On Wheels, and the SUV belongs to Mr Depesh Shetty. Talking about its look, upfront the SUV gets an aftermarket off-road bumper along with 52-inch LED light bar and LED fog lamps for better illumination.

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To increase its approach and departure angle, the modifier has removed the stock bumper. Moreover, the car now sits on massive 35-inch wheels along with Maxxis Bighorn tyres for better off-roading. The spare wheel is mounted on the tailgate. Another notable customization is the employment of roll-cage that is externally mounted on the car. The side mirrors of the car have been sourced from Toyota FJ Cruiser. Moreover, this highly customized Mahindra Bolero Invader also gets powered footsteps, which are sourced from AMP Research. They come out as soon as the door is opened to help the driver counter with the increased height of the car. Inside, the cabin of the SUV gets leather upholstery along with contrast stitching across the cabin including door pads.

Front-look-of-the-SUV

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The centre console of the SUV gets a touchscreen infotainment system with roof-mounted speakers and JBL tube-type sub-woofer, which is placed in between the rear seats. Furthermore, the SUV also employs a roof-mounted air-conditioning system. Mechanically, this highly customized Mahindra Invader derives power from Scorpio’s turbocharged diesel motor. The regular suspension system has been replaced with the Ironman units. It gets K&N filter and the intake of the SUV has been raised with the help of snorkel. 
 

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