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Mahindra Bolero Neo to be a version based on TUV 300

By Team ManAndMotor - 15-02-2021 11:24 AM

After being the most successful product of Mahindra, Balero neo is now getting a design update. The upcoming Bolero Neo will be based on the TUV 300's platform, but bolero and bolero neo will be sold side by side. Expectations have been set a bit higher as it is expected to have a better interior and exterior design as it is a MUV and mostly being used for utility purposes.



2 years ago the bolero has hit a lifetime sales milestone of 10lakh vehicles.



What we can expect?

        Changes to exterior and interior are expected to be minimal. Color schemes available can be the standard color shades of Mahindra. But we expect major cosmetic updates to the interior of Balero Neo. Some updates may include LED lights and headlamps, center console updates as well. The price could also start from 9.5 Lakh rupees


                        Since launch, the sub-four-meter TUV300 compact SUV has seen mediocre sales success, with an average of 1,579 unit sales every month. Mahindra updated the SUV with cosmetic tweaks back in 2019 and the company also introduced a four-meter-plus version of the TUV300 called the TUV300 Plus later, but neither of these really caught the fancy of compact SUV buyers. Both models in the TUV300 line-up were not upgraded for BS6 emission norms and have been off the shelves since April 1, 2020.


Since much of the information is not available yet as just a test mule of Bolero Neo is seen, Lets conclude!

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