Bolero is one of Mahindra’s most successful products and has been their bread and butter product for the longest time. In fact, it is the best selling SUV ever in India.
Mahindra Bolero Neo comes mated to a 5-speed manual transmission.
Mahindra launched the Bolero Neo in July and bookings for the SUV have already started. This SUV has been well received since its launch, as a result, customers have booked it fiercely. The company has said that since the launch of the SUV, it has received over 5,500 bookings for the Bolero Neo. It is less than a month since the prices of Mahindra Bolero Neo were announced.
Bolero Neo is available in four variants – N4, N8, N10 and N10(O). Prices of the new offering start at Rs 8.48 lakh for the N4 variant, going up to Rs 9.99 lakh (ex-showroom India) for the N10 variant. It also gets a top spec N10 (O) trim but the prices are yet to be revealed. The new model effectively replaces the Mahindra TUV300 and carries on the blockbuster Bolero brand name which has served Mahindra strongly over the past two decades.
What’s special about Mahindra Bolero Neo
The Mahindra Bolero Neo is a sub-4 meter car and is only a 2WD (two-wheel drive) model. Color options include Napoli Black, Majestic Silver, Highway Red, Pearl White, Diamond White and Rocky Beige. The Bolero Neo is initially being offered with only one drivetrain. The mHawk 3-cylinder motor that we saw on the TUV 300 has been updated and placed on the Bolero Neo. The motor generates 100 bhp power and 260 Nm torque from the engine. Mahindra Bolero Neo only comes with a 5-speed manual transmission for now, though an automatic transmission could be offered later.
Bolero is one of Mahindra’s most successful products and has been their bread and butter product for the longest time. In fact, it is the best selling SUV ever in India. It is certainly a great start for the Bolero Neo but Mahindra’s major concern has been the supply chain issues in the auto sector for the past few months. The global semiconductor shortage in particular has added to the woes of the industry.
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