How much can a 2011 Mahindra Bolero SLE driven 27,000 kms, fetch in terms of resale value?
By: Devananda Misra on 1 march 2016
Mahindra Bolero is a very good car and has a great resale value. In my opinion one can’t say anything about what price it can get you because a lot depends on the condition of the car as well. Since it is a single hand driven and hasn’t been driven much, it should get you a good price. The resale value, on an average for a Mahindra Bolero starts somewhere around Rs. 2 lakhs but for the exact rate you can get it checked out. Autoportal offers a service where you can get your car checked by experts. This can help you raise the figure up to quite an extent since these days mostly everybody prefers a certified used car.
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