The Mahindra Bolero is a utility vehicle that is offered in India in a sub 4 metre and standard variants. It is powered by two engine options, a 2.5 litre m2DICR diesel engine for the Bolero and a 1.5 litre mHawk diesel engine for the Power+ versions. The standard variants measure 4,221 mm in length and the Power+ measures 3,995 mm and the Power+ versions avail excise benefits. The width remains the same at 1745 mm. Height for the Bolero is 1910 mm while that for the Bolero Power+ is 1,880 mm. All variants of the Bolero/Bolero Power+ come with a 5 speed manual transmission and there isn't an AMT (Automated Manual Transmission). While the Bolero gets one year/unlimited km standard warranty, the Bolero Power+ versions get 3 years or 1 lakh kms, whiever is earlier.
Micro hybrid system aids to the fuel efficiency on the Bolero Power+ versions
Digital instrument cluster display looks upmarket
Voice messaging system reminds the driver if the seat is unbuckled or any door is open while the car is in motion
The Mahindra Bolero is offered in a standard body style that can seat up to seven occupants and a compact SUV body style that seats only five passengers. The standard Bolero measures 4,221 mm in length while the Bolero Power+ versions measure 3,995 mm in length thus availing on the excise benefits for sub 4 metre cars. The width of the Bolero and Bolero Power + remain the same at 1,745 mm, however, the Bolero is 1,910 mm tall for the base standard versions. All other standard and compact SUV variants measure 1,880 mm in height. All variants of the Bolero and Bolero Power + are offered with steel rims and the higher versions get full wheel covers.
On the inside of the Mahindra Bolero and Bolero Power+, all variants are offered with a fully digital instrument cluster. The higher versions also have front and rear power windows with map pockets and utility spaces for your essentials. While the Bolero trims come in a seven seater format with jump seats instead of a third row, the Bolero Power+ trims have a five seater configuration. The top end version of the Bolero Power+ also has a single din audio system with USB, AUX and CD playback along with Bluetooth connectivity, however, the Bolero's standard variants only get a provision for an audio system.
The Bolero is powered by a 2.5 litre m2DICR diesel engine that generates 62 hp of power at 3,200 rpm and 195 Nm of torque from 1,400 rpm to 2,200 rpm. The sub 4 metre Bolero Power+ comes with a 1.5 litre mHawk diesel engine that produces 70 hp of power at 3,600 rpm and 195 Nm from 1,400 rpm to 2,200 rpm. Both engines offer reasonable performance yet are acceptable fuel efficiency.
The Mahindra Bolero and Bolero Power+ is offered with a 5 speed manual transmission on all variants. That said, no variant or body style in the Bolero lineup comes with an AMT or Automated Manual Transmission.
The Mahindra Bolero and Bolero Power+ models have a rigid body structure with side intrusion beams for added structural rigidity. Along with this, it also comes with a digital immobiliser, ABS (Anti lock Braking System) with EBD (Electronic Brakeforce Distribution) for higher variants.
The Bolero standard version has a claimed fuel efficiency of 15.96 kmpl while the Bolero Power+ has a claimed mileage of 16.5 kmpl. These are acceptable figures in the utility vehicle segment.
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