Mahindra Bolero Neo Leaked! This Is How Mahindra Bolero’s New Avatar Will Look Like…

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SUVs are the newfound love of India. Customers are demanding more options in the segment whereas, manufacturers are trying their best to clinch the thirsty market. With that background in mind and tasting significant success in this segment, Mahindra is preparing to launch a new version of the iconic Bolero as well. Bolero Neo, it has been named. And it seems that people are not ready to wait for its launch on July 15.

Bolero Neo photos leaked online

The photos which surfaced on the internet recently, are making rounds among the eager beavers.

In these photos, the exteriors and interiors of the car are easily visible. Looking at the aesthetics we can easily make out that the car is based on the existing TUV 300, given its boxy look.

We can see the way the company has revised its front grills with mesh design and vertical chrome slates. The front bumper has also been given a new look. For enhancing the looks Mahindra has added rectangular fog lamps and a dark shade skid plate.

The company does not seem to have made any significant changes in its rear looks. It flaunts the same traditional tailgate-mounted spare wheel, a roof-mounted spoiler, and rear parking sensors.  

The interior of the car also seems to have been designed for elegance. The dual-tone dashboard (Beige and Black) comes with an analog instrument cluster, higher placed air-conditioning vents, silver inserts, and a touchscreen infotainment system.

Other specifications of the car

The car will come with a mHawk 100 1.5 litre diesel engine. The engine will be BS-6 compliant. The engine is robust with a power of 100 BHP and 200 Nm of torque. The car can also be available in two variants of manual and automatic. The company is also aiming to keep the pricing of this car aggressive with the bracket of Rs. 9 Lakh-Rs.11 Lakh. The car will be competing against the likes of Tata Nexon, Hyundai Venue, Ford Ecosport, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza.

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