Bolero Neo has also received the new Mahindra 'twin peaks' logo as part of the 2023 update. In contrast to the previous oval-shaped Mahindra logo. The new logo is located between the vertical slats, unlike the previous logo which was located slightly above the front grille.
In comparison to its siblings, XUV700 and Scorpio N, Neo lacks segment-first features. Even though some updates have been made recently, it is largely traditional.
Mahindra's new twin peaks logo appears to match Neo’s boxy profile. Its body is mostly made up of straight-cut panels, and the rearview mirrors are rectangular in shape. The latest Mahindra logo is on the spare wheel cover at the rear and it is visible on the steering wheel inside as well.
Apart from the new logo, Bolero Neo is largely the same as before. A slatted grille with chrome garnish, sleek fog lamp housing, sporty headlamps and DRLs, and signature Bolero branding are some key features.
The distinctive body cladding, running boards, straight-cut windows, squared-off wheel arches, and blacked-out pillars are visible from the side profile. Bolero Neo has the Bolero Neo logo, a flat tailgate with a spare wheel mounted, and vertically positioned tail lamps.
Mahindra's 1.5-litre mHawk100 diesel engine comes mated to a 5-speed transmission system which produces 100 PS at 3,750 rpm and 260 Nm of peak torque at 1,750-2,250 rpm. Bolero Neo has a ladder frame chassis and a tough and rugged body shell that improves safety. Dual airbags, ABS, cruise control, seat belt reminder, corner braking control, reverse parking assist, and engine immobiliser are among the features included in the safety kit.
Mahindra offers Bolero Neo in four variants namely N4, N8, N10, and N10 (O). The starting price is Rs 9.29 lakh, and a significant price increase for the 2023 model is unlikely since there has been no significant update.