The Mahindra Bolero is unquestionably one of India's most popular and best-selling SUVs. The SUV has been on the market for over two decades and is extremely popular among rural buyers. Mahindra has been updating the Bolero on a regular basis, and the SUV is expected to receive a new update soon.
Bolero has been the car of choice for clients in both urban and rural areas who want a vehicle that looks rough and utilitarian for more than two decades. Surprisingly, the MUV has not received any big changes in a long time.
Over the course of its two-decade existence, Mahindra has kept Bolero fresh with tiny changes. Bolero will be facelifted in the near future by the local automaker, with modest visual changes. With a spotted photograph of the revamped Bolero, reports of a Bolero makeover first surfaced in May of this year.
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 epidemic and worldwide semiconductor chip scarcity, the launch of the Bolero makeover has been postponed. Furthermore, Mahindra has focused its efforts for the greater part of the year on the launch of the XUV700. As per the information surfed online, it revealed that the Bolero will be facelifted by January 2022, according to our sources.
In fact, several shops have started taking unofficial reservations for the updated model. The changes to the 2022 Bolero will be largely aesthetic, as previously indicated. The most noticeable alterations will be a dual-tone color scheme and a reworked front fascia.
The redesigned Bolero's front end will include a new grille and bumper in a paint scheme that contrasts with the entire body color. New fog lamp housings are scheduled to be added to the front bumper, which will be somewhat reprofiled.
The headlight cluster will most likely be left alone. With the 2022 Bolero facelift, Mahindra may also introduce new color options. The UV's interiors are anticipated to remain the same, but the business may make minor changes such as new upholstery materials.
The list of features of the facelifted Bolero is anticipated to remain the same. Bolero now has a Bluetooth-enabled audio system with AUX and USB connection, a semi-digital instrument cluster, keyless entry, and manual air conditioning. Dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, and rear parking sensors are all included as standard equipment.
Bolero will be powered by the same 1.5-liter diesel engine that produces 74 horsepower and 210 Nm of peak torque. As standard, this engine is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox that transmits power to the rear wheels. In the facelifted model, the same arrangement will be available. The redesigned Bolero is expected to cost somewhat more than the existing model.