2021 Mahindra Bolero Neo Honest Drive Review | N10 (O) Variant |

2021 Mahindra Bolero Neo Drive Review | N10 (O) Variant |

Last week, we showed you how well the Bolero Neo performed in our Off-Roading Review. The entire objective of that review was to showcase the superb off-roading capabilities of the Bolero Neo, despite being a 4×2 SUV. We explained in detail, how the mechanical locking differential, helps the Bolero Neo transform itself from a humble 4×2 SUV, into an Off-Roading hunk.

Today, we bring you the Mahindra Bolero Neo Drive Review where we tell you how it feels driving this SUV in the city and the highways. So, is it the Bolero Neo, worthy of the badge Bolero? Well, stick till the end of the video and find it out yourself.

The 7-Seater, Mahindra Bolero Neo is priced at Rs 8.77 Lakhs(ex-showroom) for the N4 Variant & the top end N10(O) variant is priced at Rs 10.99 Lakhs(ex-showroom). Bolero Neo is offered in four variants, N4, N8, N10, N10(O). The Mahindra Bolero Neo comes with a BS-6 compliant, 1.5 L Three-Cylinder, M-Hawk engine producing 100 HP & 260 Nm of Torque.

The Bolero Neo is a rebadged and revamped version of the Mahindra TUV 300 but with quite a few changes. The Bolero Neo gets a blacked-out front grille with chrome inserts, new headlamps with DRLs, new fog lamps, wheel arches & 15” Alloy Wheels.

The Bolero Neo comes with a 7.0’’ Touch infotainment system with Mahindra connected apps. It however does not come with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. It gets a new instrument cluster which is quite similar to the Mahindra Thar. The Bolero Neo gives a fuel efficiency of 12-13 Km/l in the city whereas, on highways, it returns 16-17 km/l.

In terms of safety features, the Bolero Neo gets front dual airbags, EBD, ABS, corner control braking, rear parking sensors. It is being offered with a five-speed manual transmission. Mahindra has also fitted the Bolero Neo with a locking differential or as they have termed it multi-terrain technology for improved off-road handling. This feature is only available on the top-spec N10 (O) variant. The Bolero Neo is the only 4×2 SUV in India to receive a Locking differential. The Bolero Neo competes with the Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet, Tata Nexon, Ford EcoSport & the Honda WR-V.

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