- Sub 4 meter SUV means that now you have to pay less (almost 1 lakh less which is a good amount isn’t it?)
- Mahindra has done a tremendous job by cutting length smartly so that it does not look out of proportion.
- Simple and basic design to last long
- All the selling points of Bolero is intact with the new one
- New 1.5 L mHawk engine not only has 195Nm of torque but it also produces 71bhp of power which is 8bhp more than its older bigger displacement sibling.
- Engine is more refined and returns an ARAI certified mileage of 16.5 kmpl
- Mahindra could have made its ever-popular product better allround but perhaps they were afraid of altering Bolero’s selling points that are new Bolero Power+ weakness also
- Jump seats are narrower and are only suitable for skinny people (child would be more preferable)
- Both front and back seats does not offer much support (thigh and lumber)
- Steering still feels too large and hinder in direct eye contact from instrumentations
- Excessive vertical movement combined with body roll will tire you out over longer distance
- Cabin quality, fit and finish are only meant to last long rather to appeal
- With price ranging from 6.87 lakh to 7.86 lakh it is not exactly cheap for what you get
- No safety option even as an option
Why Bolero Power+?
It is hard to answer because Indian market is more of sentiment driven rather than quality of product. Mahindra Bolero still sells in good numbers just because it can carry load in a rather comforting manner forever. However if that is only reason you want to buy Bolero then it is all upto you whether you want be a smart buyer or crowd driven buyer because with this price tag you can avail better products.
Why not Bolero Power+?
If your mental intelligence is stuck with time and its generation.