Mahindra and Mahindra has recently launched a number of vehicles. Mahindra has now introduced a new version of the Bolero to the market. Because of its strong body and ability to move smoothly on rough roads, this 7-seater SUV is quite popular. For a long time, it was only available with a driver-side airbag. However, the standard variant now has dual airbags.
Mahindra Bolero Power Plus have dual airbags
Let us inform you that the Government of India has issued a new regulation. According to this rule, all vehicles must now have dual airbags. That is, the government has mandated dual airbags in automobiles beginning in January 2022. In such a case, domestic automaker Mahindra & Mahindra has also updated its popular SUV Bolero, adding dual airbags to all standard variants.
The popular SUV Mahindra Bolero is now safer than ever. Let us now learn about everything, including the price and features of the Mahindra Bolero’s dual airbag types.
New Bolero is available in three variants
Bolero comes in three trim levels: B4, B6, and B6 Opt. Although the dual airbag airbags have increased the price. Its price has now risen from Rs 14,000 to Rs 16,000 depending on the variant. The Mahindra Bolero B4 variant costs Rs 9 lakh. The B6 model costs Rs 9.8 lakh. At the same time, the top model B6’s optional variant costs Rs 10 lakh.
This Mahindra Bolero is expected to be available in dual-tone colours. This Bolero, by the way, will be seen in only three monotone paint options: white, silver, and brown.
Aside from the dual airbags, no significant changes have been made to the features. It will retain features such as the previously mentioned Bluetooth-enabled music system with AUX and USB connectivity, manual air conditioning, keyless entry, power steering, and semi-digital instrument cluster. In terms of safety features, it has dual front airbags as well as ABS with EBD, a reverse parking sensor, and a standard speed alert.
The interior of the new Mahindra Bolero has undergone significant changes. The Bolero was previously seen on the passenger side dashboard with an attractive grab handle. It now has a standard dashboard panel as well as a new faux wood garnish on the passenger side, as well as wood finishing on the central console around the AC vents and music system.
Right now, the Mahindra Bolero is powered by a 1.5-liter mHawk75 3-cylinder engine capable of producing 75bhp and 210Nm of torque. This SUV has a 5-speed manual transmission.