Mahindra has launched the BS6 variant of its SUV Bolero in India. This car has been launched at a price of 8.66 lakh on-road (Delhi).
The new Bolero also has some changes compared to the old Bolero. Almost all the changes have been done to its front face. Today we are going to tell you here what changes have been made in the new Bolero as compared to the old.
The 2020 Mahindra Bolero BS6 has been fitted with a new grille as well as a refreshed bonnet. Apart from this, the halogen unit is still used in its headlamps, but the parking light, integrated beam light, and hazard light are better kept separate.
Its front bumper has been given a completely redesigned design as well as a new air dam and foglamp housing. Talking back, there is not much change except for the new taillight.
Talking about its interior, you will not see any change here. Here you will find the dashboard finish in the same beige color. It has the same 5 + 2 seating system, which includes two site facing jump seats.
In 2020 Bolero, the company has given some new features like dual airbags, high-speed alert, driver and co-driver seat belt reminder and rear parking sensors as standard. It also has 4-door power windows, manual HVAC and rear center armrests.
The new 2020 Bolero uses the same 1.5-liter three-cylinder MHock 75 diesel engine of the old Bolero. The company has just upgraded this engine based on BS6 emission standards.
This Bolero engine gives 75 bhp of power at 3,600 rpm and 210 newton meters of torque between 1,600 and 2,200 rpm. The company has given a 5-speed manual gearbox with this engine.