Mahindra TUV300 has metamorphosised into a new vehicle that goes by the name of
Bolero Neo. So with the TUV moniker gone, Mahindra & Mahindra has shifted
the new vehicle into the more popular and trusted Bolero SUV stable.
new 4x2 Bolero Neo has been launched at an introductory price of Rs 8.48 Lakh (Ex-Showroom Price, All India) for the N4 variant. The
vehicle will come in trim levels N4, N8, N10 and N10 (O) or optional. The N10
Optional will have all the features of the top end N10 and will additionally have
a mechanical locking differential.
vehicle gets a stylish new design, premium interiors crafted by Italian
automotive designer Pininfarina (a company owned by Mahindra), comfortable
cabin and safety technology such as standard dual airbags, anti-lock braking
system (ABS) with electronic brake distribution (EBD) and cornering brake
control (CBC) and ISOfix child seat. It is built on 3rd generation chassis that
was there with the TUV300 and the same one shared with the popular Scorpio and Thar
1493cc BS VI diesel
Terrain Technology (MTT)
in N10 (O) variant
W x H
x 1795mm x 1817mm
new 4x2 Bolero SUV is powered by the Mahindra mHawk100 engine. The new Bolero
Neo will be available in three variants (N4-base, N8-mid, N10- top) and seven colour
options(namely Rocky Beige, Majestic Silver, Highway Red, Pearl White, Diamond
White, Napoli Black and Royal Gold (coming soon).
of the new Bolero Neo include centre
console with silver accents, premium fabric seats, seven seats, tiltable
steering, height-adjustable driver seats, armrest in the front and middle rows,
twin pod instrument cluster, electrically adjustable ORVM, front and rear power
windows, r ear wash and wipe with defogger, remote lock and keyless entry, muscular
side and rear footsteps and expandable boot space.
vehicle gets a 7 inches touchscreen infotainment system, cruise control, driver
information system, voice messaging system, Blue sense mobile app, Eco Mode, micro
hybrid technology with ESS (Electronic Start-Stop) and intellipark reverse
for safety, the new Bolero Neo has a high strength steel body shell, dual
airbags for driver and co-driver, ABS with Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD),
automatic door locks, high speed alert warnings, ISOFIX child seat, static
bending headlamps, follow me headlamps, digital immobiliser and seat belt
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