On the outside, Mahindra Bolero gets a redesigned bumper, new grille design, updated headlamps with the static bending function, fog lamps, and side cladding. The SUV measures 3995mm in length, 1745mm in width, 1880mm in height and has a 2680mm wheelbase.
Inside, the SUV comes with a digital instrument cluster, music system, fabric or vinyl seat upholstery, and manual AC. The Bolero is available with only a 7-seat option.
The new 2020 Bolero is powered by a 1.5-litre diesel engine that produces more power and torque than the BS4 version. The BS6 version now generates 75hp and 210Nm and is available only in 2WD guise.
The 2020 Bolero’s engine is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission, with 2WD as standard.
Mahindra Bolero now comes with ABS and driver airbag as standard. Also, it gets a speed alert function, rear parking sensors, and front seat belt reminders.
The BS6 version of Bolero comes with a fuel tank capacity of 60 litres and with micro-hybrid technology. The claimed fuel efficiency has not been revealed by the company.