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Mahindra Bolero Neo Review | Mahindra SUV | First Drive Review | carandbike

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Jul 17, 2021 09:30 AM

Mahindra Bolero Neo Review | Mahindra SUV | First Drive Review | carandbike

The Mahindra Bolero Neo may look familiar to many, it's based on the TUV300 after all. But it's got a comprehensive upgrade that includes the new Bolero Neo name that brings under the much-acclaimed Bolero family along with revised styling, more features, and improved comfort. However, are the upgrades good enough to be rightfully called a 'Bolero'? Watch our first drive to find out. #mahindra #boleroneo #SUV #SUVReview #MahindraBoleroNeo #MahindraSUV #carandbike 0:00 - Introduction 0:06 - Mahindra Bolero Neo Overview 0:39 - Exterior Analysis of Bolero Neo 1:38 - Interior Analysis of Bolero Neo 2:44 - Boot space of Bolero Neo 3:24 - Bolero Neo Engine 3:50 - Specifications of Bolero Neo 4:09 - Performance Analysis of Bolero Neo 4:47 - Features of Bolero Neo 5:17 - First Drive Review 5:58 - Safety Features of Bolero Neo 6:40 - Mahindra Bolero Neo Price in India ➡️The Bolero has been Mahindra's highest selling car for more than a decade. In all the company has sold more than 13 lakh units of the car in the market in the last 2 decades. ➡️The Bolero Neo is built on the 3rd generation Scorpio chassis which is mated to a rear-wheel-drive setup. The 1.5 litre diesel engine remains the same as was seen earlier on the TUV300. ➡️Talking about safety, apart from ISOFIX mounts the Bolero Neo gets dual airbags, ABS with EBD and cornering brake control as standard. ➡️The Bolero Neo has been launched starting at ₹ 8.48 lakh (ex-showroom) while the N10 is priced at ₹ 9.99 lakh while the price for the N10 variant with multi terrain tech is still not out. ➡️This makes it one of the more affordable Diesel subcompact SUVs. As a reference the Ford Ecosport is priced between ₹ 8.89 lakhs and ₹ 11.19 lakh for the Diesel model, Neo's cousin the XUV300 is priced between ₹ 9.00 lakh and ₹ 12.66 lakh for the Diesel manual.