What is the power of Mahindra Bolero?
By: Bipul on 2 november 2014
Mahindra Bolero 2 versions of same engine delivering power of 63HP. However Torque varies, DI Turbo diesel delivers 180Nm torque and 2.5L M2DiCR engine has Torque out put of 190Nm. Hence M2DiCR is much used in top variants.
Sonal Gupta 2014-11-02
This model series is available with two engine types, which are 'DI' and the second-generation m2DiCR. However, both the engines are of 2.5-litre with a total displacement capacity of 2523cc. They have four cylinders and 8-valves based on a SOHC valve configuration. Its 'DI' engine has the conventional direct injection technology along with a turbocharger. It produces a maximum power of 63bhp at 3200rpm and 180Nm between 1440 to 1500rpm. Whereas the m2DiCR engine has advanced common rail direct injection system, which allows it to pump out a maximum of 65bhp at 3200rpm in combination with a hammering torque output of 195Nm in the range of 1400 to 2200rpm. Both these power plants are mated with a five-speed manual transmission gearbox that sends the torque output to its front wheels.
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