Mahindra Bolero BS6 is expected to be launched in the coming days. Some dealerships have started accepting unofficial bookings for a token amount of Rs 10,000
With the BS6 version, Mahindra has made some changes to the exterior of the Bolero. It now gets a revised front fascia, few changes on the rear and interior as well. The overall profile, however, is unchanged. Inside, it gets the same dashboard layout as the outgoing BS4 model.
Here we have a video that shows how the base B4 trim of the new Mahindra Bolero feels like both from outside and inside.
The video has been uploaded by Auto Gear India on their Youtube channel. The Bolero B4 being the entry level variant does not get many of the features that the higher trims get.
Starting with the headlamp, it gets the same design as available in the higher trims but does not feature cornering lamps. Being the base trim, Bolero also misses out on features like fog lamp integrated to the new front bumpers. The fog lamp area now has a black insert or provision for installing aftermarket lights.
The grille gets gloss black treatment but misses chrome element below the logo. Coming to the side profile, the base B4 trim gets black unpainted ORVMs. Body graphics is not available in the base trim. At the rear, Bolero gets the same tail lights available on the outgoing model while higher trim B6 gets new redesigned tail lamps.
On the inside, the interiors remain pretty basic with no entertainment system, manual AC, manually operated windows. The Bolero gets digital instrument cluster with MID at the centre. The basic layout of the dashboard remains unchanged. Overall, the seating comfort of the car remains unaffected.
The BS6-compliant Bolero Power Plus comes with a 1.5-litre three cylinder diesel D75 engine that delivers 71hp.
Image Gallery: 2020 Mahindra Bolero B4