An updated version of the TUV300, the Mahindra Bolero Neo, has also been extremely popular in this market. To give the TUV300 the lustre of the Bolero, Mahindra renamed the vehicle.
The dashboard has a black and beige dual-tone theme with a 7-inch touch screen infotainment unit. The seats have new fabric material while there is a reverse camera as well. The Neo has chair-like seats in front, with longer seat squabs and individual driver-passenger armrests alongside.
The three-cylinder 1.5-liter diesel powerhouse is tuned higher. The new electrically operated variable geometry turbocharger has increased torque. The engine has mid-range torque and low-end grunt.
Dual airbags, corner brake control, ABS with EBD, seat belt warning, baby seat bays, child locks, over-speed alerting, and speed-sending door locks are all features of the top-tier model.
The Bolero Neo N4 is cheaper and offers greater value for money, with good features such as engine start/stop, four power windows, air conditioning, Eco driving mode, safety features, a power outlet and rear parking sensors. The N8 is costlier with price of 11 lakh.
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