Does Mahindra Bolero feature a CRDi engine and individual front suspension in its four wheel drive variant?
By: Nakul on 3 june 2016
First and foremost, Mahindra Bolero does not have a four wheel drive now and secondly, Mahindra Bolera is powered with m2DiCR engine only. This is basically the same CRDi technology that is used in most diesel vehicles and is commonly also termed as the direct injection common rail technology. Finally, coming to the suspension system; the car features a front independent with coil spring and anti-roll bar suspension in the front for all variants except the base variant called EX. This variant features a rigid leaf spring suspension system in the front.
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