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09 September 2011

Mahindra revamps the Bolero

New engine and updated styling

Gagan Gupta
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Mahindra has spruced up the Bolero. It now comes with a m2DiCR engine. According to Mahindra, the new engine offers better drivability and a whopping 16kpl fuel efficiency.

Besides the new engine, Bolero has also been updated in its design. The front looks a lot nicer with the newly designed grille, hawk-eye headlamps and new bumpers. On the inside, Bolero now has a new digital instrument cluster that's quite spiffy, and dual-tone seats with additional cushioning.

The new Bolero is available in 3 variants - SLE, SLX and ZLX. Ex-showroom Delhi prices for the BSIV versions are - Rs 6.33 for the SLE, Rs 6.81 for the SLX and 6.96 for the ZLX.


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