auto news desk, Indian automaker Mahindra & Mahindra has updated its Bolero and Bolero Neo to comply with the new RDE norms that will come into effect from April 1, 2023, due to which the prices of both these SUVs have also been increased. This increase in prices has been done up to Rs 1,000. 31,000 for the Bolero and up to Rs. 15,000 for the Bolero Neo.
How much is the new price?
After the increase in the price of these cars, now the new ex-showroom price of Bolero Neo is between Rs 9.63 lakh to Rs 12.14 lakh. While the ex-showroom price of Bolero has increased from Rs 9.78 lakh to Rs 10.79 lakh.
How much has the price increased?
Mahindra has increased the prices of all variants of the Bolero Neo by at least Rs 15,000, except for the N10 limited edition variant. While the B4 variant of the Bolero costs Rs. 25,000, the top-end B6 (O) variant has now received a price hike of Rs. 31,000. While the price of Bolero B6 has been kept at Rs 10 lakh only and there has been no change in its price.
How will the engine be?
The Bolero Neo gets a 1.5-litre diesel engine, which produces 100 PS of max power and 260 Nm of peak torque. The same powertrain option is not available in the Bolero as well. But the Bolero’s engine generates 75 PS of power and 210 Nm of torque. Both the SUVs get a 5-speed manual transmission as standard.
These cars compete
The Bolero Neo is currently the cheapest SUV in Mahindra’s lineup. Coming with a ladder-frame rear-wheel drive system, the SUV does not have direct competition, but still competes with the company’s own XUV300 in the market with monocoque subcompact SUVs like Tata Nexon and Maruti Brezza . Is.