2021 Mahindra Bolero Neo SUV will be launched soon

Nishmanya Bahadur

This Mahindra Polero The Bolero Neo SUV lineup will be added soon, and it is expected to be available soon. Bolero Neo will be based on TUV300 and will receive multiple updates from the inside out.

  • Mahindra Bolero Neo is expected to have two body styles
  • Will be positioned on top of the standard Bolero

2021 Mahindra Bolero Neo: design and styling

Sources told us that Mahindra will equip Bolero Neo with a modified front end (compared to the current TUV300), slightly redesigned headlights, updated grille, new front bumper, and even LED DRL. It is expected that Bolero Neo will also gain some classic Bolero design cues, such as a clamshell engine cover, square and slightly outstretched wheel arches, and thick trims extending along the fenders. Except for some minor decoration changes, no major changes are expected in the appearance of the sides and rear.

2021 Mahindra Bolero Neo: engine and gearbox details

Under the hood, Bolero Neo is expected to be equipped with the same 1.5-liter three-cylinder diesel engine as the TUV300, but it will meet the BS6 specification after the upgrade. It may develop to 100hp and 240Nm, and the gearbox option is a 5-speed manual. Bolero Neo may also get the fuel-saving and engine start-stop functions provided by TUV300.

2021 Mahindra Bolero Neo: Expected price

Considering that Mahindra may position Bolero Neo as slightly higher than the standard model, the price is expected to be between 9-1.2 million rupees (ex-showroom). The target customers of Bolero Neo are buyers looking for better performance and comfort than conventional Bolero. Mahindra hopes that Neo’s “Bolero” nameplate will help increase its appeal to buyers in the compact SUV segment, something that TUV300 has never managed.

Mahindra: future plans

The Indian automaker plans to launch 12 new models (including Bolero Neo) in our market in the next 5 years.The upcoming models include New XU​​V700, This Next-generation 5-seater XUV500, This XUV900 SUV-Coupe, A Five-door version of Tal, This Alternatives to Marazzo and KUV100 And the brand new Bolero, to name a few. Looking to the future, Mahindra will also increase its focus on electric vehicles.

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