- 2020 Mahindra Bolero will get revised exteriors.
- 2020 Mahindra Bolero will be powered by a BS-VI diesel engine.
- 2020 Mahindra Bolero could be showcased at the Auto Expo in February.
Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) is readying the 2020 Bolero Facelift, which is expected to launch in the first half of next year in the country. It has been further learnt that not only the updated SUV will have redesigned exteriors and new interior features but also a BS-VI compliant diesel engine to meet the new emission norms. Mahindra Bolero has been the biggest volume churner for the homegrown automaker, especially in rural and semi-urban markets.
The 2020 Mahindra Bolero facelift is expected to take designing cues from the TUV300. Recently, it was spotted for the first time during the test runs with entirely camouflaged on the Indian roads. Although, the spy pictures were clicked on a rainy day and don't give much of an idea about the changes a few are quite clearly visible. The front fascia flaunts a vertical grille which is slightly tilted while the round headlamps have also been restyled. Though, the silhouette remains boxy with a similar windshield and wing mirrors. The fog lights, front bumper and air inlet at the centre have been retained from the existing model.
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Inside the cabin, Mahindra is expected to offer an array of new and advanced features. The safety features will also be upgraded with dual front airbags and ABS being standard across the entire range. Mechanically, the SUV will use the BS-VI version of the 1.5L diesel motor with a power output of 70bhp and peak torque of 195Nm, linked to a 5-speed manual transmission.