|Mileage (Upto)||17.29 kmpl|
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Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus Launch: Well-known for making one of the most rugged SUVs in the nation; Mahindra is heading towards a new model added to its lineup soon. It is not long ago when Mahindra launched its Bolero Neo compact SUV. While the term suggests 'compact', the Mahindra Bolero Neo is based on the TUV300. The overall stance makes up for more than what it is called for as 'C-SUV'. The butch looks with boxy styling & rugged mechanicals help make the Mahindra Bolero Neo one of its own in the sophisticated segment. Now, Mahindra is soon going to extend the Bolero Neo brand with a new model called Bolero Neo Plus. Following the success of Bolero Neo, Mahindra will soon bring the Bolero Neo Plus into the Indian market. The Bolero Neo Plus will be made available in 7 and 9-seat configurations thus making it one of the most affordable SUVs with this layout. Powering the Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus will be a 2.2-litre, four-cylinder, turbocharged diesel motor that is also seen in the base S3 trim of the Scorpio Classic. This motor pumps out as much as 119 bhp of power on tap with a peak torque of 280 Nm. It will be mated to a five-speed manual transmission only. The Bolero Neo Plus also gets an Eco mode in which it churns out 93 bhp of power.
Price of Mahindra Bolero Neo in India ranges between Rs. 9.29 Lakh and Rs. 11.78 Lakh.The Mahindra Bolero Neo variants start from 9.29 Lakh - N4 and goes upto 11.78 Lakh - N10 Option. Mahindra Bolero Neo is also available on EMI with interest rates varying from 7.15 to 7.5% through various banks.
|Diesel, Upto 17.29 kmpl, Manual||₹ 9.29 Lakh|
|Diesel, Upto 17.29 kmpl, Manual||₹ 10.00 Lakh|
|Diesel, Upto 17.29 kmpl, Manual||₹ 11.00 Lakh|
|Diesel, Upto 17.29 kmpl, Manual||₹ 11.00 Lakh|
|Diesel, Upto 17.29 kmpl, Manual||₹ 11.78 Lakh|
The Mahindra Bolero Neo is one of the most acclaimed and popular models from the house of Mahindra. Prices for this start from Rs. 9.29 Lakh to Rs. 11.78 Lakh and buyers can pick from as many as 5 different versions.. The transmission option on the Mahindra Bolero Neo is limited to Manual only. The Bolero Neo offers a max power of 100 Bhp @ 3750 rpm. Some of the main rivals include KIA Sonet, Maruti Suzuki Ertiga and Toyota Urban Cruiser
Mahindra Bolero Neo have 5 variants ranging from Rs. 9.29 Lakh to Rs. 11.78 Lakh. Under the hood, Bolero Neo is powered by a 3 cylinder, 1493 cc, mHAWk100. It is able to produce 260 Nm @ 1750-2250 rpm torque and 100 bhp @ 3750 rpm power with a fuel efficiency/mileage of 17.29 kmpl. Mahindra Bolero Neo can store up to 50 Litres fuel in one go at max. Head to our Bolero Neo Specifications page for a complete specs list.
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|Model Name||Units Sold in Month 2022|
|May 2022||June 2022||July 2022|
|Mahindra Bolero Neo||8767||N/A||N/A|
Bolero Neo has 3995 mm Length, 1795 mm Width, 1817 mm Height, 2680 mm WheelBase, 160 mm Ground Clearance, 50 Litres Fuel tank Capacity, 384 Litres Boot Space, 215/75 R15 Front Tyre Size, 215/75 R15 Rear Tyre Size.
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As with most other things, the Mahindra Bolero Neo shares its motor with the TUV300. However, the 1.5-litre diesel engine has been re-tuned for application in the UV’s latest avatar. It now makes a maximum power of 100 PS and a peak torque of 260 Nm. Compared to the regular Bolero, this is an advantage of 24 PS and 50 Nm. Quite obviously, the improved specs translate into a stronger performance and a more relaxed drive.
There is enough torque even lower down the revs to help this 1.5-tonne UV easily pick up the pace. Even high speed cruising is a lot better than what one would experience in a standard Bolero. Reasons for this include more grunt, higher refinement and better-controlled NVH (Noise, Vibrations and Harshness). One even gets an ‘ECO’ mode to boost fuel efficiency. The 5-speed transmission offers a positive shift action and the clutch action isn’t too heavy either.
Source: Mahindra Bolero Neo
While there is no full-fledged 4x4 option available on the Bolero Neo, buyers of the top-spec N10(O) version will benefit from the Multi-Terrain Technology (MMT). Basically, what one gets is a Mechanical Locking Differential (MLD) which aids performance on rough terrains by locking a wheel that loses traction and sending additional grunt to the one with more grip. This feature, alone, makes the Mahindra Bolero Neo far more capable than only the monocoque rivals but even a tad better at handling the rough terrains than the TUV300 as well as the Bolero.
Available with a re-tuned 1.5-liter diesel engine and MLD, the Mahindra Bolero Neo is more capable off the beaten tarmac than its namesake, which makes it a good option for those who need to frequently drive on unpaved roads. The Thar-based underpinnings make the Bolero Neo very abuse-friendly.
Except for the addition of the new badge and the X-style wheel cover, the rear end has been largely left alone. Overall, the Mahindra Bolero Neo retains all the rugged spirit of the namesake but lacks the upscale appearance of the monocoque B-SUVs now on the market. However, it does look much more contemporary than the ordinary Bolero. The Bolero Neo is the same size as the TUV300 at 3,995 mm long and 1,795 mm broad, but at 1,817 mm height, it is a whole 22 mm shorter than the UV it is based on.
Although it wouldn't win any design awards, the Mahindra Bolero Neo is unquestionably more attractive than the standard Bolero. Additionally, a number of small visual improvements give it a more upscale appearance than the TUV300.
The interior is a representation of the exterior; it is straightforward, very functional, and equipped with everything one would anticipate from the replacement for one of the most out-of-date models now on the market in the nation. The Bolero Neo also seems quite airy despite its small size. The breadth of the car is the main contributing factor, and the beige-black colour scheme adds to the sensation of space.
There are even some updates the Neo has received over the TUV300. For instance, the semi-digital instrumentation is now and comes from the latest Thar. The UV even offers cruise control on the top-spec trim, which is, again, something that wasn’t available on the TUV. Another highlight is the 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment unit that is quite responsive but lacks the support for Apple CarPlay/Android Auto. There are no rear parking camera or rear aircon vents either. Even an automatic aircon is conspicuous by its absence here.
Thankfully, there are plenty of practical storage spaces strewn around the cabin. All the door pads can hold a one-litre bottle each while there are plenty of cubby holes for the knick-knacks. The driver’s seat is height adjustable and comes with an individual armrest. It’s fairly easy to find the right driving position and ergonomics are spot on with all the controls being easily accessible from the driver’s seat.
The middle-row can easily accommodate three grown-ups with decent amounts of Leg room, shoulder room and knee room on offer. Even the seats are well-bolstered and offer good under-thigh support. The last row, though, is best used by kids or pets. The adults would face the lack of enough under-thigh support and even headroom. Moreover, there are no AC blowers for this section of the cabin. With these jump seats folded, you can boot the luggage-carrying capacity that is limited to 384-litres with all the seats in place.
Akin to the exterior, the cabin of Mahindra Bolero Neo follows a function-over-form approach with many practical bits and decent space but not much in terms of aesthetics or creature comforts. Addition of a digital MID sourced from Thar is a nice touch though
Not just the engine but even the suspension has been re-tuned to help you with better dynamics, particularly at high speeds. The better high-speed handling, however, comes at the cost of a slight firmness in the ride quality. The Bolero as well as the TUV300 have been appreciated for keeping the occupants comfortable on broken roads but things aren’t as good on the Bolero Neo. The firm low speed ride will have the occupants bothered with the jerks creeping into the cabin but the ride substantially improves as the speeds rise, which means small speed humps and imperfections in the road surface are best dealt with by passing over them at a slightly higher speed.
The stiffer springs have definitely helped the UV with better handling manners than its predecessors and taking corners at high speeds is no longer an unnerving experience. The reduced height has also led to a lower centre of gravity, which, in turn, has helped the UV manage all that bulk better. All of this leads to a more confident handling on a winding road. However, there’s a pronounced nose drive under hard braking. Moreover, there’s some body roll during quick directional changes and when the UV goes over speed humps.
The low speed ride of the Mahindra Bolero Neo is not as comfortable as that of its predecessors but the overall improvement in the dynamics is impressive and makes the new model much more confident in the corners.
The Mahindra Bolero Neo, like the TUV300, is yet to be tested by Global NCAP but given the age of the standard Bolero, it would be safe to expect the more modern platform of the Neo to fair a lot better in a crash. The safety equipment on offer includes dual front airbags, anti-lock brakes (ABS) with electronic brake force distribution (EBD), ISOFIX child seat mounts, rear seatbelts and cornering brake control (CBC).
However, there’s no rear parking camera even on the top-end variant and adding an aftermarket unit won’t be a bad idea, especially if you take into account the rather wide exterior of the vehicle. Also, the Mechanical Locking Differential (MLD) is a very useful addition that will help you keep the car going even on the tricky surfaces. True, it doesn’t make the Neo a great off-roader but it will surely help you deal with the loss of traction when travelling on, say, muddy patches and tar-less roads.
The Mahindra Bolero Neo is yet to be crash tested by Global NCAP but the more modern architecture, along with a longer list of passive and active safety features, should make the new offering a lot safer than its age-old namesake.
|TCO Calculation||1 Year|
|Ex Showroom Price||₹ 929,000*|
|Fuel Cost (approx)||₹ 18,739*|
|Service Cost||₹ 74,320*|
|Total Cost of Ownership||₹ 1,077,799*|
* Calculation is basis an average taken for fuel prices across India. Petrol Rs 100/Ltr*, Diesel: Rs 90/Ltr*, CNG: Rs 85/Kg*
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As of now Mahindra Bolero Neo comes only with Manual Transmission With Diesel variant.
Yes, the Bolero Neo has a separate DEF (diesel exhaust fluid). This is to comply with the latest BS6 emission norms
Sir, You can purchase this accessories "Roof Carrier Pan with Fitment Brackets" for Bolero Neo from the official website or else please visit your nearest dealership. To check nearest dealership address, please visit Bolero Neo
I don't think that that option is available presently to get sunroof in Mahindra Bolero Neo even if customer is will to pay for it.
Mahindra Bolero Neo starts from on-road price of Rs 10.55 Lakh in (New Delhi) for the N4. The on-road price is a combination of ex-showroom price, Insurance, RTO Charges, Road Charges and other miscellaneous items like( TCS, Toll Card). You can check the prices for the following.
The mileage of Mahindra Bolero Neo is 17.29 kmpl as per the ARAI. However, the city mileage of Mahindra Bolero Neo might vary depending upon your driving style, road conditions, traffic conditions and weather.
The exchange value of Mahindra Bolero Neo is dependant upon various factors, like number of KM driven, Years, car condition, insurance claims.
|New Delhi||₹ 10.55 Lakh onwards|
|Pune||₹ 10.95 Lakh onwards|
|Hyderabad||₹ 10.86 Lakh onwards|
|Patna||₹ 10.67 Lakh onwards|
|Indore||₹ 10.67 Lakh onwards|
|Ahmedabad||₹ 10.30 Lakh onwards|