Several spy photos of the new Mahindra Bolero Neo have appeared on social media that will be released in the country on July 15th. In the publication, the exterior and interior of the car can be seen explicitly. The new images suggest that the cabin of the new model has been updated.
This new Bolero Neo is based on the existing Mahindra TUV300, so it has the same boxy profile, but has subtle changes to the front and rear design. The previous grille has been completely revised with the grille design and vertical chrome sheets. A horizontal chrome bar connects the square-shaped lanterns to the integrated daytime running lights. The front boom has also been redesigned. The Indian automaker has added rectangular fog lamps and a dark shadow plate to enhance the look of the new SUV.
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On the side, a black stripe can be seen along the side body to match the plastic coating around the square arches of the wheel. It throws on new five-spoke alloy wheels, which give it a muscular look.
The rear of the new Bolero Neo doesn’t give a damn, as it features a rear-mounted replacement wheel, a roof spoiler, and rear parking sensors.
The interior of the car shows a two-tone beige and black theme on the Dashboard. It has a cluster of analog instruments, silver air vents in the upper air and an infotainment system on the touch screen. The dream will be a seven-seater car. The second row will come in a bench type design and the third row will have folding seats facing the sides.
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Neo will come with a 1.5-liter mHawk 100 engine that will be BS 6 compatible. The engine can generate 100 hp and 240 Nm of torque. It is likely that the car will have a manual transmission and an automatic transmission. The price of a Mahindra Bolero Neo can range ₹9 lakura ₹11 lakh. Tata will be presented as a competitor to Nexon, Hyundai Venue and Ford EcoSport.