Mahindra Bolero

Mahindra Bolero

Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 9,32,699 - ₹ 10,26,400
* Delhi. May vary.


Car Variant 2022 Mahindra Bolero B6
Availability Status in India Available
Car Type MUV
Fuel Type Diesel
Latest Price in India 2022 Mahindra Bolero B6 price is Rs 10 lakh (ex-showroom).
Colour Options Diamond White, Dsat Silver, Lakeside Brown
Similar Cars Tata Nexon, Maruti Ertiga, Mahindra Thar
ARAI Mileage (Certified) 16.7 kmpl
Top Speed 115-120 kmph
Official Tagline Dominate Any Road, Take On Any Terrain
Engine cc (Displacement) 1493 cc
Gearbox Type Manual
Number of Gears 5-Speed Manual
Maximum Power 75 HP @ 3600 rpm
Maximum Torque 210 Nm @ 1600 - 2200 rpm
Engine Details 1493cc, 1.5L mHAWK75 Diesel Engine
Number of Cylinders 3
Clutch Type Single Plate Dry
Drivetrain 2WD
Emission Norms BS6-Compliant
Overall Length 3995 mm
Overall Width 1745 mm
Overall Height 1880 mm
Wheelbase 2680 mm
Ground Clearance 180 mm
Turning Radius 5.8 metres
Seating Capacity 7
Number of Seating Rows 3 Rows
Number of Doors 5 Doors
Fuel Tank Capacity 60 litres
Front Brakes Disc
Rear Brakes Disc
Front Suspension IFS Coil Spring
Rear Suspension Rigid Leaf Spring
Front Tyre 215/75-R15
Rear Tyre 215/75-R15
Alloy Wheels
Full Wheelcaps
Power Sockets 12 V Charging Point
Remote Fuel Filler
Air Conditioner Yes with Heater
Keyless Entry
Power Steering
Engine Start/Stop Button
Power Windows
Side Cladding
Chrome Front Grille Chrome Brezel Front Grill
Body Coloured Outside Mirrors
Side Body Decals
Map Pockets Yes, Front Map Pockets & Utility Spaces
Airbags Driver Airbag Only
Seatbelt Reminder
Parking Sensors Reverse Parking Sensors
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
Engine Immobilizer
Smart Key New Flip Key
Central Locking
Instrument Cluster
Music System
Fabric Upholstry
Key Features of the Car
List of Features Anti-lock Braking System, Driver Airbag, Reverse Parking Sensors, Seat Belt Reminder, Co-driver Occupant Detection System, Engine Immobiliser, Digital Cluster, Microhybrid System (Engine Start Stop), AC with Heater, Demister, Fabric Seat Upholstery, Power Steering, Remote Fuel Lid Opener, Spare Wheel Cover, Wheel Caps, Chrome Brezel Front Grill, Side Cladding, New Flip Key, Power Windows, Central Locking, Front Map Pockets & Utility Spaces, Keyless Entry, 12 V Charging Point, Body Coloured ORVMs, Decals, Wood Finish with Center Bezel, Music System.

Mahindra Bolero Review

14 Jun, 2022 03:05 PM

Expert Review by Maxabout


The Mahindra Bolero has been around for two decades and is still going strong today, owing to certain die-hard fans who have always believed in the MUV's built-to-last character, size, and cheap maintenance expenses. It is now shorter in length, fitting into the sub-4 metre category, which explains the decline in Mahindra Bolero pricing. Mahindra has upgraded the Bolero for 2020 to suit new emission and crash-test criteria. Mahindra also upgraded the Bolero with a mid-cycle facelift when the opportunity arose.

Mahindra Bolero Design and Style

The new 2020 Mahindra Bolero model is identical to the model it replaces, but there are a few differences that set it apart from its predecessor. It has a new front bumper, updated headlights, and a new grille. The harsh edges and the slab-like side profile and roof remain the same, which remind you that this is still your good, old Bolero. There are also additional graphics along the sides for those that want something different. The wheel cap style is also intact, and it comes with 15-inch wheels.

Mahindra Bolero Engine and Gearbox

The new Mahindra Bolero is powered by a single-engine: a 1.5-litre, three-cylinder turbo diesel engine producing 76 HP and 210 Nm of torque and it comes paired to a 5-speed manual transmission. The 1.5-litre engine is reasonably quick, with negligible turbo lag. There are almost no vibrations in the cabin, and refinement levels have improved as well. The Bolero cruises at around 100 kmph on the motorway. The Bolero's hydraulic power steering makes driving straightforward, and the ride is comfortable at city speeds.

The engine has gotten more polished and quieter since the BS6 period. This has definitely made the cottage feel quieter. When you get moving, the Bolero feels really easy to drive. The peak torque is available at only 1600 rpm, so you're always riding the wave. When you use the short gearing, the configuration becomes quite tractable. Most commutes within the city will be handled in the second and third gears. The torque suffices to go for gaps while also accommodating city overtakes. The engine cheerfully revs until around 3000 rpm, when it struggles for power. As a result, don't expect it to feel sporty, but smooth commutes are a breeze.

Mahindra Bolero Suspension, Brakes and Tyres

The Mahindra Bolero has an IFS Coil Spring front suspension and a Rigid Leaf Spring rear suspension. Mahindra equipped the 2022 Bolero with 215/75-R15 tyres sections at both ends, which come fitted with disc brakes. The latest Bolero from Mahindra comes with alloy wheels and full-wheel caps.

Interior and Instrument Console of Mahindra Bolero

The truck-like steering wheel position, the simple dashboard design, and the seat fabric remain mostly unchanged. However, the cabin's beige colour scheme is quite inviting. You'll also notice some imitation timber components. The instrument cluster now has a digital display, as well as a scroller for the engine start/stop system. The most recent edition, released in 2020, has a digital cluster. They even have a wonderful audio system and static bending lights. They have a micro-hybrid technology that makes engine starting and stopping easier and more convenient. The vehicle even includes a driver information system (DIS). The vehicle also includes the DIS- AFE and DIS- Gear indicators. They even come with DIS- Distance to empty and DIS- Distance to travel. The Mahindra Bolero also has a DIS-Door Ajar Indicator and DIS- Digital Clock Date and Time.

Key Features of Mahindra Bolero

Body-coloured ORVMs, flip key, chrome bezels on the front grille, keyless entry, AC with heating, power windows, central locking, rear wipers and washer, power steering, static bending headlights, and engine start/stop are just a few of the features on the new Mahindra Bolero. To mention a few safety features on the Mahindra Bolero, the SUV has airbags, ABS, a co-driver occupant recognition system, seat-belt reminder, reverse parking sensors, and an engine immobilizer.

Top Speed and Mileage of Mahindra Bolero

Mahindra offers a respectable and well-mannered vehicle in the form of the Bolero, which provides unrivalled performance on country roads. The new engine produces 75 HP and enables the Bolero to achieve ARAI-approved mileage of 16 km/l. Though performance may vary depending on the conditions, for example, on a hot summer day when you require the air conditioner all day, the mileage figure may drop to 13 km/l. On congested city roadways, the same value drops to 12 km/l. The Micro-Hybrid system plays a significant role in increasing fuel efficiency.

Mahindra Bolero Colour Options

Mahindra Bolero is available in three variants - BS4, BS6 and BS6 (O) and the colour options offered are different for each variant. The BS4 variant is offered in two colour options - Diamond White and Dsat Silver, the BS6 variant is offered in Diamond White colour and the BS6 (O) is offered in three colour options - Diamond White, Lake Side Brown and Dsat Silver.

Mahindra Bolero Colour Options

Mahindra Bolero Competitors

Mahindra Scorpio, Mahindra Bolero Neo, Tata Nexon, Maruti Ertiga, and Mahindra Marazzo are some machines that are selling in the same section as the new Mahindra Bolero.


The Mahindra Bolero has long been a popular SUV in India, thanks to its practicality and functionality. The SUV is a basic utility vehicle that is incredibly capable both on and off the road. However, we believe the Mahindra Bolero seriously needs a generation shift because it feels old compared to its competitors.

Frequently Asked Questions

Most Popular FAQs for Mahindra Bolero
  • What is the Kerb Weight of Mahindra Bolero Diesel?
    19 Jul, 2013

    Mahindra Bolero Diesel weighs about 1615 Kg.

    This flagship SUV is very powerful under the hood. Mahindra Bolero comes fitted with 2523 cc engine which churns out 63 bhp of max power and around 194.2 Nm of peak torque. This mighty power train has very low operating costs and it adds to dependability and driveability. The SUV is said to reach the 100 km/h mark in just 25.61 seconds. It sports a 5-speed manual gearbox and it offers 16 km/l of mileage , certified by ARAI.

    When it comes to exteriors, it still carries the old looks with its newly designed headlight and the front fender. It has an overall length of 4107 mm, with 1880 mm height and around 1745 mm width. Its ground clearance stands at 180 mm and the sporty wheelbase measures about 2680 mm.

    The interiors are all in a beige theme, but are a bit uncomfortable. The features installed are good and it also grabs in few safety features. Some of which are voice messaging alert system, warning lamps, an engine immobilizer etc. the electrically adjustable offers a superior handling.

  • What is the Mileage of Mahindra Bolero Diesel in City and on Highways?
    09 Jul, 2013

    Mahindra Bolero only runs on diesel platform and delivers a healthy fuel economy of about 12.4 km/l on the crowded city roads and about 16 km/l on long highway route.

    The off-roader comes powered by a 2523 cc engine which produces a peak power of 63 bhp and a max torque of nearly 194.2 Nm. This power train has low operating costs and gets an excellent acceleration and pickup. It can reach up to 100 in just 25,61 seconds. The interiors are well done with. The dash now gets curvy and the plastic quality used is better. The interiors are roomy and spacious. There's a human voice warning system, which warns in case of open door or handbrake is up while driving etc. It also features a Kenwood music player fitted in the mid of console, which supports FM radio and AUX.

    Mahindra Bolero gets accompanied by 4 great quality speakers uniformly spread over. Bolero measures 417 mm in length, and is just 1880 mm high. The wheelbase stands at 2680 mm, while the the ground clearance is kept at 180 mm. All in all, the SUV gets new addons and is much fuel efficient, but the power exhibited is less and the seating is uncomfortable.

  • What is the Price of Mahindra Bolero Diesel in Chennai?
    04 Jul, 2013

    The high end variant of Mahindra Bolero will cost you about Rs.7,62,113* in Chennai.

    The all new incarnated off-roader gets a new stylish front grille with a classy mesh. The new hawk eye headlamps offer a much great visibility than before. The beige tones interiors appear very luxurious and eye catchy. There's a well padded support for the head, at the top of every seat, to prevent any kind of damage. However, the comfort is not up to the mark. The masculine bumpers in the front offers it an aggressive look. Their body colored rear view mirrors add a  style quotient to the vehicle. The SUV comes powered with a 2523 cc engine which deliver extraordinary outputs, with a lesser effort.

    It can reach up to 100 from standstill in just 25.61 seconds. With a longer wheelbase of 2680 mm, it gets a high ground clearance of 180 mm, which is lesser than that of Mahindra Thar, which measures 187 mm. This vehicle also features a power steering wheel which is driver soothing. It is well equipped with safety features, some of which are a bunch of warning lamps, an engine immobilizer, central locking and a keyless entry. The outputs also could be made better.

  • Tell me the Engine Specifications of Mahindra Bolero Diesel?
    15 Jun, 2013

    Now, Mahindra Bolero gets a new blend in its technology, and comes equipped with the M2DiCR technology. It uses the Common Rail Injection system. It has got a ow operating cost and the diesel power train comes fitted with a great performing engine, having a great displacement of 2523 cc. It now comes with greater dependability and outstanding outputs. The max power churned out stands at 63 bhp and the peak torque produced is nearly 194.2 Nm.

    It runs greatly at slow speeds, but only thing that pinches that it makes sounds which is not prevalent in today's vehicles. It usually hits 100 in mere 25 seconds. It also features the start stop micro system, which makes it more fuel efficient. It has features, which automatically turns of the engine, if the car has been in a standstill position since long. The diesel mill comes mated with a 5-speed manual transmission gearbox and offers a commendable fuel efficient of around 16 km/l. The gearbox is smooth and so is the car. Mahindra Bolero Diesel just stays true to its character and is chirpy enough to carry much load on its back.

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