The new Mahindra Bolero Neo will be launched in India on July 15, 2021. Mahindra is basically a modified TUV300. It has already advertised its upcoming SUV. It is reported that the unit of this model has arrived at the dealership.
- Bolero Neo has an improved nose with new bumpers, grille and improved headlights
- Expected to continue with 100 horsepower, 1.5 liters of diesel
- Sold with standard Bolero
Mahindra Bolero Neo: What’s new?
Spy photos and teaser images reveal some design details of the new Bolero Neo. Compared with the previous TUV300, the front end of Bolero Neo has been improved, with a new front bumper, improved grille and redesigned headlights. Images of undisguised cars hovering online show no difference in appearance.
Although the trailer hints that it will be part of the upgrade, there are few details in the cabin, such as the revised instrument cluster. People can also look forward to the revised interior and some equipment modifications to the TUV300.
Like TUV300, Bolero Neo is expected to be less than 4 meters in length, and longer models based on TUV300 Plus are expected to be available.
Mahindra Bolero Neo: engine and powertrain details
Although the engine details have not yet been confirmed, it is expected that Bolero Neo will use the same engine as the TUV300-a 1.5-liter diesel engine with an output of 100 horsepower. The device will be paired with a standard 5-speed manual gearbox, but it remains to be seen whether the AMT device of the TUV300 will also be inherited.
India’s upcoming Mahindra SUV: 2021 and beyond
It can be said that Mahindra’s biggest release this year is expected to be New XUV700, Which will arrive in the next few months. The automaker has also contributed to a series of new products launched in India in the next 5 years, including the new Scorpio, longer, 5 Mental,as well as XUV Aero-based XUV900 SUV-coupe,and many more. There is also an all-electric version of Mahindra XUV300 on the card.
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