The company has increased the prices of many of its cars from Rs 12,000 to Rs 30,000. It is worth noting that during the last few months, most of the automakers have decided to increase prices of their products, citing increase in the manufacturing costs.
New Delhi: If you are planning to buy a Mahindra and Mahindra vehicle, then this news can shock you.
The company has increased the prices of many of its cars from Rs 12,000 to Rs 30,000. It is worth noting that during the last few months, most of the automakers have decided to increase the prices of their products citing increase in the cost price.
Let us tell you that Mahindra has increased the prices of the recently launched SUV Bolero Neo the most. It is worth noting that Mahindra has increased the prices of the Bolero Neo SUV by up to Rs 30,000.
The SUV was launched at a starting price of Rs 8.48 lakh (ex-showroom, pan India) and the top-spec trim Bolero Neo N10 (O) with multi-terrain feature went up to Rs 10.69 lakh (ex-showroom).
In this new hike, the price of Mahindra Bolero Neo N10 (O) has gone up to Rs 10.99 Lakh (ex-showroom), while the price of the N4 variant has now been raised to Rs 8.77 Lakh (ex-showroom).
Along with the Bolero Neo SUV, Mahindra has also increased the prices of its popular SUV Scorpio, which will soon be launching a facelift version. The S11 variant of Scorpio will be costlier by Rs 22,000. At the same time, the price of the company's Marazzo MPV MPV has been increased between Rs 12,000 and Rs 14,000.
Looking at the looks of Mahindra Bolero Neo, it can be understood that this car has been introduced in place of the company's own subcompaq SUV TUV 300. Let us tell you that Bolero has completed 20 years in India. Therefore, there was a demand for changes in this car from the customers.
On the other hand, TUV 300 was not available in the market for the last one and a half years. Experts believe that due to the use of TUV 300 by the police and other service departments in many states, the car was not available to the general customers.
Apart from this, when the TUV 300 was launched in 2015. Even then this car was seen only as an urban model of Bolero. Now once again the company has launched the Bolero in the same style as the TUV 300, giving an urban touch.
The company has issued a statement about the new Bolero, saying that this car has been built on the same classic 3G platform, on which the company's other SUVs, such as Scorpio, Thar and TUV were built with Mahindra mHawk engine.
Mahindra Bolero Neo has been launched with 2-wheel drive. To deal with the lack of traction while driving, the Bolero has for the first time been given a limited-slip differential, which Mahindra has named Multi-Terrain Technology. Apart from these, the Bolero Neo gets the usual Bolero side cladding, square hooded headlamps and rectangular shaped wheel arches.
Mahindra has also done a great job on the interior of the Bolero Neo. Due to this, this car gives a premium car feel when you look inside. Also, this new car has not left any gap in terms of connectivity and infotainment.
In terms of features, Mahindra Bolero Neo gets Driver Information System, Voice Messaging System, Blue Sense Mobile App, Follow Me Home headlamps, Static Banding headlamps, Eco Mode with Powerful AC, 17.8cm modern touchscreen infotainment system, cruise control and Intellipark. Reverse assist is provided.
Bolero Neo has also been equipped with many features in terms of safety. Features such as cornering brake control, ISOFIX child seats, digital immobilizer, seatbelt reminder, automatic door locks, two airbags on the front seats, strong steel body and ABS with EBD have been provided in this car.
The ex-showroom price of the N4 variant of Bolero Neo has been fixed at Rs 8.48 lakh which goes up to Rs 9.99 lakh for the N10 variant.