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Mahindra Bolero NEO: Price, Specs, features, and review

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Mahindra Bolero NEO is no doubt ruling over the SUV segment in India. Now, this ruler has got a major update as Mahindra Bolero Neo. This new update has created a sensation in the Indian market.

In terms of looks, it replicates TUV 300 from the side and back view, although the front side has some typical Bolero looks.

Mahindra Bolero NEO Price and variants

Mahindra bolero NEO is launched in 3-variants with a price tag starting with Rs. 848,001

Variants with price

  • Mahindra Bolero Neo N4 price: Rs. 848,001
  • Mahindra Bolero Neo N8 price: Rs. 947,999
  • Mahindra Bolero Neo N10 price: Rs. 999,900

Mahindra Bolero Neo Features

  • Honeycomb grill with 6-chrome inserts
  • ECO and ESS drive mode
  • Italian Fabric seats
  • Twin-pod instrument cluster
  • Driver and passenger airbags
  • Corner braking system
  • ISOFIX child seat in the mid-row
  • Flip keys for easy access similar to that of Thar and Marazzo
  • ABS with Electronic Brake Distribution
  • Audio controls over the steering wheel
  • Reverse Parking assist
  • Anti-glare IRVM
  • 7” infotainment with Bluetooth connect 
  • Auto seat belt remainder

Mahindra Bolero Neo Specifications

Engine type                          

mHAWK100, BS6

Engine capacity                      


Max power                             

73.5kW @ 3750 rpm


5-speed manual

Fuel tank capacity                      



Front disc and rear drum

Seating capacity

7 seats

Boot space

384 L


  • A fresh new exterior look
  • Roof spoiler in N8 and N10 variant
  • Newly updated instrument cluster
  • Lower power to weight ratio


  • Removed under-seat storage
  • No roof rails
  • Unflodable rear footstep
  • Fabric seats that get spoiled easily
  • Manual lumbar support removed

In Conclusion

It is getting dully intentional trend to name an upcoming model over a successful variant already available. 

As in the case of Tata, the new Safari is more an update to Harrier than the Safari. Likewise, New Mahindra Bolero Neo is more an update of TUV 300 than its ruling SUV Bolero. 

Although there are some internal and external modifications, its boxy look is much similar to TUV 300.

Mahindra Bolero Neo is built on the same third-generation chassis as is shared by Scorpio and Thar.

Unlike the previous versions that target only classic Bolero lovers, the new Bolero neo will be an option for every SUV lover.

Mukesh choudhary
Mukesh choudhary
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