& Mahindra announced that the Bolero Power+ model just received a BS-VI
readiness certification from the International Centre for Automotive Technology
The Bolero BS-VI will be launched in early
2020, as per the implementation time frame for the new emission norms. Mahindra
is also gearing up, along with its suppliers, to implement BS-VI technology
across its entire range within the stipulated time frame.
In addition, Mahindra has announced safety
upgrades for its flagship product the Bolero which now gets an Airbag and other
safety kit including an Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) to comply with the new
2019 safety norms.
Bolero Power+, Bolero PLUS (9-seater), as well as the Bolero Ambulance will
receive the necessary upgrades. Mahindra’s customer centric approach ensures
that its products are updated from time to time. The new safety features that
have been added to the Bolero include:
Speed alert system to alert the driver in case of over speeding at 80kmph and
Driver & Co-Driver Seat belt reminders
Manual override for central locking system to open the door from inside
Vehicle reverse parking sensors
standard safety features in the Bolero include, an Anti-lock Braking System,
solid SUV build, high ground clearance, high angle of approach and departure,
front disc brakes, anti-glare IRVM, digital immobilizer, and a seat belt
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