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Mahindra Bolero, Bolero Neo Price Hike 2023 March – Up To Rs 31k

Price hike for Mahindra Bolero and Bolero Neo is likely to be linked to the upcoming BS6 Phase II emission norms

New Mahindra Bolero 2023
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Ahead of the stricter emission norms that will come into effect from April 01, 2023, many OEMs have hiked prices of their cars. Joining the list is Mahindra Bolero and Bolero Neo, whose prices have been increased by up to Rs 31,000. There are unlikely to be any updates to either SUVs.

Mahindra Bolero Prices 2023 March

Earlier this year in January, Mahindra had increased prices of Scorpio N and XUV700 across the range. Prices of XUV300 were also increased recently by up to Rs 22k. In case of Bolero and Bolero Neo, a few variants are not covered under the latest price hike. These will be available at the same price as earlier.

Mahindra Bolero Prices March 2023
Mahindra Bolero Prices March 2023

Price of Bolero B4 variant has been increased by Rs 25,000. It is now available at a starting price of Rs 9.78 lakh. Bolero B6 variant price has not been changed. It will continue to be available at a starting price of Rs 10 lakh. Top-spec B6 (O) variant has witnessed a price hike of Rs 31,000. New price is Rs 10.79 lakh.

Talking about Bolero Neo, a fixed price hike of Rs 15,000 has been applied for N4, N8, N10 and N10 (O) variants. There is no price hike for N10 Limited Edition, which will be available at the earlier price of Rs 11.50 lakh. With the increased prices, Bolero Neo will now be available in the range of Rs 9.63 lakh to Rs 12.14 lakh.

Bolero Neo will soon get a new N8 R variant, which will be positioned between N8 and N10 variants. It will provide a better mix of affordability and premium features. For example, Bolero N8 R variant will be equipped with a 17.2-cm touchscreen infotainment system with Bluetooth, USB and AUX connectivity. Presently, this feature is available with only top-spec N10 and N10 (O) variants of Bolero Neo.

No updates on offer

Latest round of price hike does not bring any updates for either SUVs. Price hike could be due to the stricter emission norms or a general price hike linked to rise in input costs. As only a few weeks are left for BS6 Phase II standards to kick in, it is likely that the engines onboard Bolero and Bolero Neo have been updated to comply with the new emission norms. There are unlikely to be any changes in performance of these SUVs.

Bolero and Bolero Neo are both diesel-only SUVs. They are both powered by a 1.5-litre engine, mHawk75 and mHawk100, respectively. mHawk75 has a lower state of tune, generating 75 PS of max power and 210 Nm of peak torque. The mHawk100 used onboard Bolero Neo produces 100 PS and 260 Nm. Both engines are mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Top-spec N10 (O) variant of Bolero Neo is equipped with mechanical locking differential.

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