- Mahindra Bolero Power Plus Special Edition launched at Rs 9.08 lakh.
- Gets more cosmetic features like decals, scuff plates, fog lamps.
- It also gets new alloy wheels and high mounted stoplight.
- Gets 'Special Edition' seat covers, steering cover, and mats.
- Now meets crash safety regulations.
- Costs Rs 22,000 more than top-spec Bolero Power Plus ZLX.
Mahindra Bolero Power Plus Special Edition Launched At Rs 9.08 Lakh
Snapshot: Mahindra Bolero Power Plus Special Edition has been launched with cosmetic changes and also meets new crash safety regulations.
Mahindra has launched a new variant of the Bolero Power Plus called the Bolero Power Plus Special Edition. It is priced at Rs 9.08 lakh, which is a Rs 22,000 premium Over the top-spec Bolero Power Plus ZLX. It offers a few cosmetic enhancements, like new design alloy wheels, and it is the first in the Bolero range to meet the new crash safety regulations.
Mahindra Bolero Power Plus Special Edition exterior has decals, fog lamps, a rear wing with a high mounted stop lamp, and new alloy wheels. There are scuff plates for both the front and the rear, and on the inside the Bolero Power Plus Special Edition gets seat covers, a steering wheel cover, and mats for the carpet emblazoned with the special edition logo.
The Bolero range was updated a few months ago to meet the new safety requirements laid down by the government. It gained a driver airbag, ABS, rear parking sensors, seat belt reminders for the front row, a speed warning buzzer, and the central locking system got a manual override as well. These additions drove the Bolero range price up by about Rs 30,000.
This is probably why the Bolero Power Plus Special Edition does not get a BS Vl compliant engine. Instead, it still runs the three-cylinder 1.5 liters BS4 compliant engine that generates 71bhp and 195Nm of torque. This engine is expected to be upgraded by early next year in time for April 2020 when the BS Vl norms become mandatory.
The Bolero Power Plus Special Edition is a sub-4 meter SUV but its main target audience is rural and from tier 2 and tier 3 cities and towns as well, which means that it has no real competition in the Indian market.
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