Launched with a vision to expand the maneuverability of transportation vehicle in the nooks and corners of India, Bolero maxi Truck Plus is now going to deliver the same in Nepal for 14.8 lakh Nepalese Rupees.
The Maxi Truck Plus is done with the highly rugged yet successful platform of Bolero, where a LCV type of looks is maintained with the maneuverability of that the SUV capacity. The same Bolero driven front and a shorter turning radius makes the job easier for it to maneuver the extremely sleek crevices of city with ease that the other LCVs of same segment aren’t much capable of.
Mahindra has powered the Bolero Maxi Pickup Plus truck by a 2.5 litre common rail diesel engine which develops 63bhp after being mated by a 5-speed manual gearbox. The powerplant qualifies BS4 emission standards too.
The Maxi Truck Plus claims fuel efficiency of 17.7kpl and has a payload capacity of 1,150kg. The weight loading bay stands at an area of 40.6 sq ft to give the maximum to owners for what they had paid.
Power steering and the service interval of 10,000 kms had gulped down the obstacles for the ‘Plus’ badge and hence gave it an edge over the competitors.
Well, the Nepalese automotive market seems aggressive for the Indian vehicles, Quanto and Bolero Maxi Truck Plus launched back to back, E2o is also said gearing up the heat for launch next month at the Himalayan fetid country.