ARAI has already awarded the BS6 certification in 2019 to the mHawk D70 1.5-liter diesel engine which powered the BS4 Bolero Power+. An updated version of this engine will power the BS6 Bolero which produces 71PS and 195Nm in its current form.
It comes in paired with a manual 5-speed gearbox. The estimates for the strength and torque are likely to stay as they are. The Bolero used to sell a diesel engine of 2.5 litres, but that model was discontinued around September 2019.
In addition to upgrading the Bolero from BS4 to BS6, Mahindra has even made a few cosmetic tweaks. For example, it gets a revamped front grill and bumper. The carmaker added a few black patches to the headlamps as well. There are also slight changes to the SUV’s windshield.
With regard to safety features, Mahindra offers the Bolero with a driver-side airbag, speed warning, front seatbelt reminder, central locking device manual over ride for opening the door from inside, and rear parking sensors.
Currently the Bolero Power+ is available in four variants: LX, SLE, SLX, and ZLX. They are priced from Rs 7.61 lakh up to Rs 8.99 lakh (ex-Delhi showroom).