Anand Mahindra took to Twitter on Wednesday to highlight his confidence in the Bolero Neo, which was marketed in the Indian market a day earlier. ₹8.48 lakh (initial showroom). Emphasizing that the Bolero SUV has been well received over 13 lakhs over the years, Mahindra noted that the new Bolero Neo will be built in the Legacy.
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The Bolero Neo is basically a TUV300 for face lift, but it promises to offer a solid drive character known as the original Bolero. “Bolero is not only in the veins but also in the veins of 1.3 million people … His family will grow and Legend will last …” wrote the president of the Mahindra Group.
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Bolero Neo is aimed at a developing customer base that also wants to appeal to a younger audience to buy cars. It therefore includes upgrades to exterior styles, including static lights to tilt the simple front grille and integrated DRLs, a well-known X-type replacement wheel cover and a strong road presence. Inside, the SUV features fabric seats, a touch screen, a lighted ignition ring, reverse parking assist, a Blue Sense app, and executive controls, among other things.
Although not a real 4×4 like the Thar, the Bolero Neo has a rear wheel and the construction of its body structure can make it a safe player beyond the asphalt.
The MHawk100 diesel engine is the same as the one found in the Bolero, but even though 100 hp is offered, the torque has risen to 260Nm.
Bolero has been a common sight in cities in levels II and III of the country, but the Mahindra company is exploring Bolero Neo to find a favorite among shoppers of all ages and geographies. And while there’s no option for gasoline engines and automatic transmissions, the newest carmaker may agree with those on a budget but still seeks a SUV issue.