Mahindra is the leading name in UV segment and moreover it now had became more successful in the SUVs arena, which was vying under the feet of glamour, sports, youth, and rigidity on the top of all that this Indian carmaker had targeted very frugally via XUV, Scorpio and specifically by Thar.
The same categorized strength is expected in all of the Mahindra products where now this newly launched Bolero Maxi Truck “Plus” is positioned at Rs. 4.33 lakh ex-showroom Thane (BS3 variant), whilst of Rs. 4.43 lakh for BS4 trim (ex-showroom Mumbai, excluding Octroi).
Bolero Maxi Truck Plus is based on the platform of Bolero pick up and is pinned with Mahindra’s trusted 2523cc 4 cylinder common rail diesel engine, delivering 63 bhp and 195 Nm of peak torque, inclusive of the best in class 17.7 kmpl mileage.
To cater the customer base of city transporters, who needs to get in touch with warehouses out of city for transporting in the goods within city limits or so, this Maxi Truck Plus is refined (or shortened) very precisely in the turning radius by 1 meter, i.e. now possessing radius of 5.5 meters, and also a nose of SUV for better protection and maneuverability in narrow lanes. Processed for the weight capacity ranging between 2-3.5 ton GVW LCV segment, Plus moniker can also handle harsh terrains without punching in a lot of jerks inside cabin due to its Rigid Leaf-spring suspension and also the 15” tyre fitted underneath all the metal.
Hence, one can conclude Bolero Maxi Plus Truck as a new leader in the segment due to its unmatched warranty period, claiming 1 year warranty with “unlimited kms” – the only of its kind in horizon, and also number of financial options worked out for reaching deep into customer base.
Moreover, the larger cargo box of 2500 mm x 1620 mm x 458 mm size allows a payload of 1150 kg on its board.
Talking about the interiors, dual tone upholstery, better seat fabrics, mobile charging point, and many more fragmentation are done that looks practicality oriented in all the sense, giving in a feel lifelong lasting.
Well, that’s all for the newbie, something is fresh is also cooking inside our pot on the Mahindra playground which we will convey it in the tomorrow’s morning.
Oops, forget to mention, digital immobilizer, power steering option, now color scheme namely diamond white and golden beige are added on the Plus badging for new sort of tweaks.
Lest, the earning side is also taken care of, features like transmission oil change after every 10,000 kms and engine oil change after every 20,000 kms tending it to be the best buying option locally.
“The Bolero Maxi Truck Plus is aimed to cater to the transportation needs of the discerning urban city customer and will also meet the growing needs of current customers who want to upgrade and earn more. We are sure that the stylish new advanced Bolero Maxi Truck Plus will strengthen our Pickup portfolio and help consolidate our market share in this segment,” said Mr. Pravin Shah, Chief Executive, Automotive Division, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd, while launching the vehicle.