The Bolero Power+ is the 3rd product from Mahindra under 4 meters, prices start at Rs. 6.86 lakhs.
Utility major Mahindra & Mahindra has launched a new variant of the Bolero utility vehicle, Bolero Power+. The new Bolero Power+ is Mahindra fourth product in sub four metre segment after the TUV 300 and NuvoSport.
The Bolero Power+ is powered by a new mHAWK D70 engine which delivers 13% more power and 5% more mileage 16.5 kmpl (ARAI certified) over the existing Bolero. The mHAWK D70 engine produces max power of 53kW (70 bhp) @ 3600 rpm and torque of 195 NM @ 1400-2200 rpm.
The Bolero Power+ is a sub four meter UV with a length of 3995mm which makes it qualify for the lower excise benefits.
There are no other changes to the vehicle in terms of styling and the Bolero will continue to offer the Rugged SUV build stylish looks, honeycomb mesh grille in front, dual-tone upholstery, 3 spoke steering wheel, wood finish centre console, Digital instrument cluster and Audio system with USB, AUX & CD.
The technology features include a Driver Information System (DIS), a voice messaging system and the fuel-saving Micro Hybrid technology on ZLX.
Micro Hybrid technology allows the vehicle to intelligently switch the engine into the standby mode, when not required – ensuring lower fuel consumption while being more environment-friendly too. Mahindra has introduced a more advanced mild hybrid technology on the Scorpio – Intelli-Hybrid.
The New Bolero Power+ also comes with an engine immobilizer which shuts down the engine if any key other than your key is used ensuring safety of the vehicle.
Color options include – Mist Silver, Rocky Beige, Java Brown and Diamond White.
The Power+ model with the mHawkD70 engine will be available in 3 variants – SLE, SLX & ZLX across Mahindra dealerships pan India since launch.
Mahindra Bolero Power+ Prices Ex-showroom Delhi (Prices in Rs.)
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Mahindra introduced the Bolero in August 2000 and has been India’s highest selling SUV for 10 years in a row, since 2005-06 and was the only UV to feature in the top 10 sales chart for many months. Today there are over 9 lakh Boleros on the road.
The new launches and low demand in rural areas have resulted in low sales for the UV, but with good monsoon the Bolero could once again climb the top ten sales chart.