In addition to offering the SUV a facelift in the process, Mahindra also upgraded the Bolero to follow the increasingly strict BS6 pollution norms. The new utility vehicle is available in three specification packages and is powered by Mahindra’s 1.5-liter three-cylinder mHawk75 diesel engine with a torque output of 76hp and 210Nm.
As standard, the BS6 Bolero is eligible as a 7-seater and offers aesthetic changes, including a redesigned hood, headlamps and tail lights, along with new bumpers. The revised Bolero also follows upcoming pedestrian protection requirements and is surprisingly the first edition in India that meets the criteria with metal bumpers.
Here’s a peek at what you get for the price at every model.
Mahindra Bolero B4 (Rs 7.98 lakh)
Rear parking sensors
Front seatbelt reminder
Digital instrument cluster
Engine idle stop/start
Mahindra Bolero B6 (Rs 8.64 lakh)
Audio system with USB, Aux and Bluetooth connectivity
Faux wood finish cabin trim
12V accessory socket
Mahindra Bolero B6(O) (Rs 8.99 lakh)
Static bending headlamps
Door ajar indicator
Rear washer and wiper