Scoop! Updated Mahindra Bolero caught testing


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The updated Mahindra Bolero has been spotted testing. It is expected to get a BS-VI compliant engine and new safety features.

The spy images suggest that the new Bolero could look identical to the current model. The test car has camouflage on the grille, which suggests that it could receive a redesigned grille. The car has the same single-pod headlamps with integrated turn signals and bumper with circular fog lamp pods.

The Bolero has grey plastic trim along the sides. At the rear, the car has a tail gate mounted spare wheel that has a dual-tone cover. The ZLX variant seen here has body coloured ORVMs and rear seat headrests. 

One of the images reveals an mHawk D70 badge placed behind the front fenders. The Bolero is on sale with the 3-cylinder, 1.5-liter mHawk D70 diesel engine developing 70 BHP @ 3,600 rpm and 195 Nm of torque @ 1,400-2,200 rpm in the sub 4m guise and the 2.5-liter M2DiCR engine that puts out 62 BHP @ 3,200 rpm and 195 Nm @ 1,400-2,200 rpm in the regular model.

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