Mahindra Bolero created a stir, sold so many units in a month, everyone was shocked

Mahindra Bolero created a stir, sold so many units in a month, everyone was shocked

September 2023 Mahindra Bolero Sales Report: Mahindra has made available data regarding their car sales figures in the Indian market. The Mahindra Scorpio N and Classic sales report, as well as the XUV700 sales report, were initially released by the firm. Additionally, the business has just made public the Mahindra Bolero sales report. We will then provide details regarding the Mahindra Bolero sales report for September.

September Mahindra Bolero Sales Report

Mahindra Bolero created a stir, sold so many units in a month, everyone was shocked
Mahindra Bolero created a stir, sold so many units in a month, everyone was shocked

9,519 Mahindra Bolero units, comprising both the Bolero and Neo models, were sold in September of this year. However, the business has not said how many units of each model have been sold. The Mahindra Bolero is predicted to have strong sales, mostly because to its widespread use in government and rural projects. For remote locations, this SUV is excellent.

Mahindra Bolero sales are up 16% year over year, with 8,160 units sold during the same period last year.

Indian prices for the Mahindra Bolero

In the Indian market, Mahindra Bolero is available in three different variants: B4, B6, and B6(O). The starting price, ex-showroom in Delhi, is between Rs 9.78 lakh and Rs 10.79 lakh.

Cost of Mahindra Bolero Neo in India

There are four different Bolero Neo types available: N4, N8, N10, and N10(O). Ex-showroom, its pricing ranges from Rs 9.63 lakh to Rs 12.14 lakh.

CategoryMahindra BoleroMahindra Bolero Neo
Sales (September 2023)9,519 units (Bolero & Bolero Neo combined)—————-
Price Range
(Ex-showroom Delhi)
₹9.78 lakh to ₹10.79 lakh₹9.63 lakh to ₹12.14 lakh
Engine75 BHP, 210 Nm torque 100 BHP, 260 Nm torque
Transmission5-speed manual              5-speed manual              
Safety FeaturesTwo airbags – ABS with EBD – Electronic Stability Control – Rear parking sensor and camera – ISOFIX child seat anchor– Two airbags – Anti-lock Braking System – Reverse parking sensors
Notable Features– Digital instrument cluster – Manual air conditioning – Bluetooth connectivity music system – Power windows – Power steering– 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system – Digital instrument cluster – Cruise control – Height-adjustable driver seat – Power windows – Power steering wheel – Automatic climate control – Keyless entry
RivalsNo direct competitors in the market, but competes with sub-four-meter compact SUVs like Tata Nexon facelift, Hyundai Venue, Maruti Fronx, Nissan Magnite, Renault Kiger, Maruti Suzuki Brezza, and Mahindra XUV300same
Upcoming ModelMahindra Bolero EV and Bolero Neo Ambulance version               Expected 10-seater SUV layout for general customers

Engine Mahindra Bolero

The engines in both SUVs are comparable. However, the power output of the two engines is very different. Boloro produces torque of 210 Nm and 75 horsepower. Conversely, the Bolero Neo produces 100 horsepower and 260 Nm of torque. A five-speed manual transmission is standard on both cars, but the Bolero Neo offers mechanical differential locking for added convenience, making it easier to drive on rough terrain.

Features of the Mahindra Bolero/Neo list

The Mahindra Bolero’s features include a digital instrument cluster, manual controls, a music system with Bluetooth connectivity, USB and AUX connectivity, and manual controls. In addition, electric windows and power steering have been installed.

In contrast, Boloro Neo has been equipped with superior characteristics. It includes a height-adjustable driver seat, power windows, power steering, automatic AC controls, keyless entry, and a digital instrument cluster with a 7-inch touch screen infotainment system and cruise control.

features for safety

Two front airbags, ABS with EBD, electronic stability control, a rear parking sensor with a camera, and ISOFIX child seat anchors are among the safety features of the Bolero Neo. In contrast, the regular Bolero lacks a reverse parking sensor, an anti-lock braking system, and two front air bags.

Competitors

In the Indian market, neither of the SUVs directly competes with any other car. The primary cause of this is the lack of SUVs in this price range. However, there are sub-one-kilometer compact SUVs, such as the Mahindra XUV300, Nissan Magnite, Maruti Suzuki Brezza, Hyundai Venue, Tata Nexon facelift, and Maruti Fronx.

The Bolero EV Mahindra

During an event, Mahindra disclosed that the electric Bolero will be available very soon.

The Bolero Neo in ambulance form has also already been shown to us. Additionally, it is anticipated that it will be released in the Indian market very soon as a 10-seater SUV for regular consumers.

Also read : Mahindra Bolero 2024: New Engine, New Technology, New Appearance

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