Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus launching Latest updates: After a pause, Mahindra has resumed testing the Bolero Neo Plus, which it had previously been doing. The most recent spy images get a closer view of the forthcoming SUV’s design. Test mules for the Bolero Neo have been spotted once more following a pause.
- Bolero Neo’s design is used in Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus.
- Its powertrains will be shared with the Bolero Neo.
- Probably going to be placed after the Mahindra Scorpio Classic
Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus launching updates: Design and styling
- Expect the Mahindra Bolero Neo to share some of the Bolero Neo’s design cues.
- In the spy shots, the SUV is seen with a sculpted front bumper, a toothy grille completed in chrome, and long black shoulder cladding.
- The 15-inch alloy wheels on the Bolero Neo Plus will match those on the standard Bolero Neo.
- The Bolero Neo Plus does not appear to have blacked-out B- and C-pillars, unlike its sibling that is shorter than four metres.
- The Plus’s rear design would change dramatically from the Bolero Neo’s, as it did with the TUV300 and TUV300 Plus.
- Modest rear bumper and taillight changes will be made to the Bolero Neo Plus. However, it will still feature a spare wheel mounted on the tailboard with a ‘X’ cover.
- With square wheel arches and a matching collection of alloy wheels, the side profile is essentially identical to that of the seven-seater variant.
- The longer rear quarter window, larger taillight cluster and more curved tailboard are all clear indications of the alterations. Additionally, the back bumper has been changed.
Seating capability and Apparatus
- There will be five trim levels and two seating configurations available for the Bolero Neo Plus: 7-seater and 9-seater.
- There will also be a special ambulance version with a bed and space for up to four people for emergency services.
Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus : Price and positioning Expectations
- Mahindra’s lineup of ladder-frame vehicles will now include the Bolero Neo Extra.
- The Bolero Neo Plus will undoubtedly be positioned above the Bolero Neo and near to the new Scorpio Classic, providing Mahindra’s wildly popular SUV with a more useful replacement.
- The Bolero Neo Plus price will probably be roughly Rs 1 lakh higher than the Bolero Neo’s. For comparison, the Bolero Neo costs Rs 9.48-11.99 lakh.
- The Bolero Neo Plus is anticipated to go on sale in the upcoming months with no immediate competitors.