last month, Mahindra release Poleronio In India, the entry price of basic N4 decorations starts from Rs 848,000, and the price of N10 decorations is as high as Rs 99.9 million. Both prices do not include the Delhi showroom.
However, Mahindra did not disclose the price of the top-spec N10(O) interior at the time of its release. Now, the local automaker has launched Mahindra Bolero Neo N10(O) at a price of Rs 1.069 lakh in the former showroom in Delhi.
- Bolero Neo N10(O) get additional Mechanical locking differential
- 70,000 rupees more expensive than the N10 decoration based on it
- The same equipment list as the N10 interior
Mahindra Bolero Neo N10(O) – What’s new?
Bolero Neo has four decoration levels-N4, N8, N10 and N10(O). The biggest and only differentiating factor of the top-spec N10(O) decoration is that it additionally obtains a mechanical locking rear differential, which Mahindra calls Multi-Terrain Technology (MTT).
According to customer feedback, Mahindra added a mechanical locking differential to the top-spec Bolero Neo N10(O). They had difficulty gaining traction on rough roads when one wheel was off the ground and spinning unhelpfully. In these situations, the mechanical locking differential helps by transferring power to the wheels on the ground (with grip), which helps improve driving performance on these difficult surfaces.
The equipment list on the N10(O) is otherwise the same as the N10 interior on which it is based. It has a 7-inch touch screen infotainment system with Bluetooth, LED DRL, 15-inch alloy wheels, steering-mounted audio control, cruise control, air conditioning with Eco mode, front armrests, height-adjustable driver’s seat, and electronically adjustable ORVM.
The N10(O) trim is 70,000 rupees more expensive than the N10 trim with only mechanical locking differential, but it also greatly improves the performance of the SUV.
Mahindra Bolero Neo: basics and powertrain
Bolero Neo is supported by the third-generation ladder frame chassis, which also supports Tal with Scorpio And become the only compact body frame SUV in its class. It is also a rear-wheel drive SUV, further distinguishing it from other compact SUVs.
Under the hood, Bolero Neo is powered by a 1.5-liter three-cylinder diesel engine that meets the BS6 standard, which can produce 100 horsepower and 260 Nm of torque, and is only used with a 5-speed manual transmission. Bolero Neo missed the automatic transmission option. However, it does get engine start-stop technology and Eco and ESS (micro-hybrid) drive modes to maximize fuel efficiency.
Mahindra Bolero Neo: competitors
As a rear-wheel drive SUV with a trapezoidal frame, Bolero Neo does not have any direct competitors in its market segment, but in this price range, it can compete with other hard-shell compact SUVs, such as Modern venue, Kia Sone, Maruti Vitala Breza, and many more.
This is the detailed price list of Mahindra Bolero Neo.
|Mahindra Bolero Neo price (ex-showroom, Delhi)|
|N10||99.9 lakh rupees|
|N10(O)||Rs 1.069 lakh|
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