Bolero 2020 has got some changes and launched with a refreshed look. On the exterior part, it now features a revised front fascia with new headlamps, grille, bumper, and fog lamps. Whereas on the interior part, it continues to be a 7-seater SUV with the same layout featuring jump seats for the last row. It does get new upholstery, but the cabin largely remains the same. Now, the new Mahindra Bolero is available in three variants as compared to the four trims offered in the pre-facelift model. There aren’t any feature additions, but it now comes with AC as standard. It still gets only a driver-side airbag along with ABS, rear parking sensors, and seatbelt reminders as standard safety features. The Bolero also continues to get a slim digital instrument cluster and an audio system with Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free calling. Bolero is now offered with the updated BS6 diesel engine. It’s still a 1.5-liter engine but the BS6-compliant version offers more power and is badged ‘D75 mHawk’. The new engine produces 76PS of power and 210Nm of torque, 5PS, and 15Nm more than the BS4 engine. It is still mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Moreover, you can click on the following link to check the complete details - Bolero 2020.
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