The green colour on Mahindra Bolero spotted looks similar to Rocky Beige offered with newer Bolero Neo and the shade that it used to get in pre-BS6 era
Bolero has been a fan favourite in India. It is one of the most important and consistent selling Mahindra. From being modded as a rail inspection trolley at Chenab Bridge in J&K to being loved by rural audiences for its simplicity, Bolero has varied use cases and applications.
Mahindra Bolero Spotted In New Green Colour
It is currently sold as an MUV, aimed at rural audiences and is priced between Rs. 9.78 lakh and Rs. 10.78 lakh (ex-sh). It is offered in DSat Silver, Lakeside Brown and Diamond White colour options. That said, we have managed to get our hands on a new colour for Bolero. This is very close to Rocky Beige shade offered with Bolero Neo or the green shade of Scorpio N. Hat tip to The Car Show channel for sharing the exclusive spy shot.
The last time Bolero received any changes is when it got Mahindra’s new Twin Peaks logo and that’s it. Before that, it received BS6 Phase I upgrade in 2020 and a rejigged variant lineup, carried on even today. Bolero Neo is much newer, but got new variants, special editions and whatnot.
It is a good thing that Mahindra is offering a new colour to this legend, which has stood the test of time. With the new colour, we expect it to get a lot more attention. For starters, it resembles Rocky Beige shade that is being offered with Bolero Neo. This might very well be the same Green shade that Bolero used to get in pre-bs6 era.
This new colour might be a part of a special edition with Bolero or offered as standard. There might be a price premium for this colour as well. We don’t expect any mechanical changes with this update and all the specs and features will be carried over.
Specs & Features For OG Bolero
Speaking of features, Mahindra Bolero has come a long way in offering way more tech than it did before. No, steering adjustment is still nonexistent and ORVMs should still be adjusted externally. Fewer features, fewer things to go wrong or break, right? That mantra is literally true for OG Mahindra Bolero.
Now, Bolero gets power windows, manually dimmable IRVM, remote locking, digital instrument cluster, a digital clock, fog lamps and cornering lights as well. Yeah, we mentioned digital clock as a feature, because on a car like OG Bolero, it is. In terms of safety features, it gets enough of them to pass regulations. So, dual front airbags, ABS and EBD are present.
It is equipped with a sole 1.5L 3-cylinder diesel engine with 75 bhp of power at 3600 RPM and 210 Nm of torque at 1600 RPM. A sole 5-speed gearbox is standard. Bolero’s appeal goes beyond its features list. It offers rugged dependability for rural and semi-urban audiences. It is the only PV in India with metal bumpers as well. Without a rival, Mahindra Bolero enjoys absolute domination.