Here is a real-life video review of the top variant of the recently launched Mahindra Bolero Neo. Based on the same platform as the next-gen Scorpio and Thar, Bolero Neo is a rugged and muscular SUV for utilitarian purposes. In addition to that, it has a bit of premium in-cabin feel in comparison to the regular Bolero. In this video, the YouTuber is showcasing the top variant of the Bolero Neo, N10 in great depth. Let us also summarize what are the features available with the Bolero Neo.
Mahindra Bolero Neo Top Variant (N10) – Exteriors Highlights
The Bolero Neo is available in Rocky Beige, Majestic Silver, Highway Red, Pearl White, Diamond White, Napoli Black and Royal Gold (coming soon) paint schemes. The overall silhouette of the ladder frame SUV represents an upright, boxy and rugged appearance along with the modern bits. The chin of the 7-seater wears the typically Mahindra vertically slated grille with chrome inserts and Mahindra logo at the centre, tough bumpers with fog lamps, sleek headlamp cluster with DRLs, 16-inch high-profile alloy wheels, side body cladding, side steps for easier ingress and egress, high seating position due to a higher cabin, Bolero cover for the spare tyre mounted at the boot door.
Interiors and Features
The interiors of the Bolero Neo feature Italian design and a ton of modern equipment. This includes a 7-inch Touchscreen Infotainment System, Driver Information System, 7-seat Configuration, Cruise Control, Hi-tech Voice Messaging System, Blue Sense Mobile App, Micro hybrid Technolgy and Eco Mode for better fuel economy, Micro hybrid technology, Tiltable Steering, Height Adjustable Driver Seat, Front and Middle-Row Armrest, Electrically Adjustable ORVMs, Rear Washer and Defogger. On the safety front, the Bolero Neo comes with Dual Airbags, ABS with EBD, Cornering Brake Control, ISOFIX Child Seat Mounts, Automatic Door Locks, High-Speed Alert Warnings, Static Bending Headlamps, Seat Belt Reminder and Digital Immobiliser.
Specs and Prices
The Bolero Neo comes with the tried and tested 1.5-litre mHawk diesel engine making 100 hp and 260 Nm of peak power and torque respectively. This engine comes mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The ladder-frame SUV comes with a rear-wheel-drive system and multi-terrain technology. An optional N10 (O) variant with Manual Lock Differential will come at a later stage. The prices of the Bolero Neo start at Rs 8.48 lakh for the N4 trim and go all the way up to Rs 9.99 lakh, ex-showroom for the N10 trim.