How is safety of features of Bolero?
By: Shumpa on 5 july 2014
The main safety features of Bolero is its tough build quality. Right from front bumper to rear bumper it exibits tough build qality. The bumpers can take much of the impacts one may probably come across while parking. Thers no frequent problems like broken links of the bumpers leading to replacement of the same as in small cars like Maruti 800 or any other hatchbaks. The perfect balance is acheived even while driving at high speeds. In actaul the maximum speed limits you can reach would be around 100 to 120kmph. Its very stable in that speeds. Steering is considerably smooth high speeds and braking effeciency is also at best.In overall though it does not have features of airbags, its worth the money spent and safe too.
Sonal Gupta 2014-07-05
Though, Mahindra Bolero is not equipped with some advanced safety features like Airbags, ABS, EBD etc. but it has some basic set of safety features. Its strong and rigid body has impact protection beams and crumple zones which keeps passengers safe in case of collision. Its strong bumper also increases the vehicle’s safety. Apart from this, it has engine immobilizer which keeps it safe from being theft.
This SUV gets a basic set of safety features that provides adequate security to the occupants and the vehicle as well. It has a rigid body structure integrated with crumple zones and impact protection beams, which can minimize the damage. This SUV also gets a state-of-art engine immobilizer with encrypted key recognition system that rejects any duplicate key and prevents theft. Some other safety aspects include rear wiper including washer, child safety locks, powerful halogen headlamps and head restraints.
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