Mahindra Bolero Review

The Mahindra Bolero is an off-road SUV car manufactured by Mahindra, an Indian automobile multinational company since 2000. The Mahindra Bolero basically is based on the Mahindra’s own car Armada Grand. The first generation of Bolero featured Peugeot 2.5 L IDI engine which was capable of producing 75 bhp. Later, Mahindra made some changes in the second generation of Bolero like revised shell and the most noticeable change was Mahindra’s private 2.5 L (150 in3) engine. The car was powered by a 72 bhp (54 kW) 2,523 cc (154.0 cu in) turbo-charged direct injection diesel engine.

Furthermore, the Mahindra Bolero possesses length and height of 4170 mm and 1880 mm respectively. Besides, the front and rear wheels are 2794 mm away from each other and the lower framework is 183 mm away from the ground. In Nepal, Mahindra exports 5 different varieties Bolero under the dealership of Agni Inc.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,950,000 (For Bolero XL 2WD without A/C),

Rs. 3,060,000 (For Bolero SLE),

Rs. 3,110,000 (For Bolero XL 2WD with A/C),

Rs. 3,370,000 (For Bolero SLX),

Rs. 3,500,000 (For Bolero ZLX)



 Body Type
 Basic Weight
 4170 mm
 1880 mm
 2794 mm
 Front Track
 Rear Track
 Ground Clearance
 183 mm



Fuel Tank
 60 liters
 Valves Per Cylinder
 2523 cc
 Max Power
 62.9 bhp
 Max Torque
 180 Nm (Bolero XL 2WD with and without A/C) / 195 Nm (Bolero SLE/SLX/ZLX)



Front Brakes
Rear Brakes
Front Wheels
 235/75 R15
Rear Wheels
 235/75 R15
Front Suspensions
 Rigid Leaf Spring (XL 2WD with and without A/C) / Independent Coil Spring (SLE) / Independent Coil Spring with Anti-roll Bar (SLX/ZLX)
Rear Suspensions
 Rigid Leaf Spring (XL 2WD with and without A/C) / Elliptical Leaf Springs (SLE/SLX/ZLX)



 Number of Gears

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