Whenever we think of buying a burly, sporty and incredibly efficient SUV vehicle, the first image that emerges is Mahindra Bolero. It is a fun car to drive in, to explore the best of adventures, even on narrow and unruly roads. There is some good news for ardent Bolero fans, the company is working on a new Bolero mini car.
It is interesting to learn about a new Bolero mini launch, and it is the next new Mahindra compact SUV car in the market. According to reports the upcoming Bolero will be a sub four-meter vehicle and it will have a diesel and petrol engine. Mahindra is a pioneer of the SUV market, and it has been a forerunner in this segment for years evident from the popularity of XUV400, Scorpio, Xylo and recent launches such as KUV100 and TUV300. Now the firm is expanding its SUV network with a new Bolero mini in store.
How exciting is it to hear about a new Bolero mini launch? And for more thrilling news, the expected arrival period is not very far. Sources say the car is likely to launch sometime in August, and now what is interesting about the forthcoming Bolero mini. According to reports, the wheelbase dimension of the car is will be the same, and the rear and front overhangs will be shortened. The back and front bumpers will have a brand new design to create a signature effect.
Now since the dimension of Bolero is reduced, how are the interiors going to be, it will similar identities to the same old Bolero. The structure of the dashboard is going to be the same, and nothing has changed, although the dimension has reduced. The forthcoming Bolero mini compact SUV will be a seven seat car, and on the last row the company might introduce jumper seats, also fitted into TUV300 and NuvoSport.
The upcoming Bolero mini will be fitted with an efficient mHawk100 diesel 1.5-liter engine that generates fierce power energies of 240Nm and 100bhp, and the same power-train is used in NuvoSport and TUV300. Also for more interesting news, Mahindra is strengthening its petrol engine network and is working on four petrol mills, and the Bolero mini is likely to run on a power-packed 1.6-liter petrol engine capacity.
The features of the new Bolero mini SUV is intriguing, and consumers can get to enjoy the same level of comfort and luxury as the bigger vehicle, and the engine power is going to be phenomenal as well. It is a sub four-meter car and will have a 12% excise duty reduction, and what is the reason behind the reduction in size, and sources say it is to increase the mileage value.
Bolero is a popular car, but recently there haven’t been many buyers for the car, the popularity of it is therefore fading possibly because of new arrivals, KUV100 and TUV300. Mahindra is now working on enhancing the sale value of Bolero with the Bolero min, a sub four-meter car. In order to drive sales, the company has worked on a strategy of reducing the size to attract 12% excise duty concession and improved fuel efficiency.
The new forthcoming Bolero mini is indeed interesting from all angles.