New upgraded MPV with 9 seats and upgraded turbo-diesel engine, all you must know before buying

Mahindra Bolero 9 seater: The pricey SUV has lost prominence in the updated avatar in favor of the appearance and features. The Bolero is one of Mahindra’s best-selling vehicles. Since a long time ago, it has ruled the customers’ hearts. There is currently a rumor that Mahindra will release a 9-seater Bolero. This Mahindra Bolero Neo, which was recently seen testing, has a long wheelbase. The Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus is the name of this vehicle.


Specifications of Mahindra Bolero 9 seater

Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Displacement (cc) 1493
No. of cylinders 4
TransmissionType Manual
Body Type suv

Key features of Mahindra Bolero 9 seater

The expensive SUV looks cheap in comparison to the look and features of the updated Mahindra Bolero MPV, which gives a clear idea about the design of the SUV. Bolero Neo Plus by Mahindra Although the wheelbase has been extended to accommodate more seats, the exterior styling and design are almost identical to those of the Bolero Neo. The SUV’s side profile resembles that of the seven-seater model. However, a closer inspection reveals the new rear bumper, larger taillight cluster, longer rear quarter glass, and more curved tailgate.

Powerful engine of Mahindra Neo 9 seater

The new, more expensive SUV is nothing compared to the updated 9-seater version of the Mahindra Bolero MPV. Bolero Neo Plus by Mahindra The TUV300 Plus received a larger 2.2L 4-cylinder engine than the Scorpio when the TUV300 had a 1.5L 3-cylinder diesel engine. A borrowed diesel engine was used. The large engine helps to move the heavy body-on-frame vehicle that can carry 9 passengers. This time, it’s unclear if they’ll stick with the 2.2L engine or switch to the Marazzo’s more potent 1.5L turbo diesel engine.

What will be the name?

It’s unclear if the Bolero Neo Plus moniker will be given to the SUV. The updated 9-seater Mahindra Bolero MPV is on the way; Compared to its updated looks and features, the expensive SUV is nothing. If you’ve been following Mahindra’s product line for the past 5 to 7 years, you’d be aware that the Bolero Neo is actually a TUV300 facelift. The company used to market the 9-seater version of the TUV300 as the TUV300 Plus.

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