Sun. May 26th, 2024
Mahindra Bolero Neo PlusImage Source: Mahindra Automotive

Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus has finally made its debut in India with a price tag starting at Rs.11.39 Lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi). It is an extension to the already existing Bolero Neo with a third row and front-facing seats that are capable of seating four people.

Want to learn more about it? Let’s take a look at the details related to it below.


  • Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus has made its debut in India.
  • It is quite similar to what the TUV300 Plus offered.
  • Comes powered by a 2.2-litre four-cylinder diesel unit.

Details On Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus

Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus Layout
Image Source: Mahindra Automotive

Just like the standard Bolero Neo, the Plus version looks similar in terms of design, except for the extended part. The SUV is said to be 4400mm in length, making space for the third row. Available with side-facing seats on the last row, the new Bolero Neo Plus feels familiar. A similar experience was earlier offered on the TUV300 Plus.

Mahindra has confirmed that the new Bolero Neo Plus will be available in three colour options. That includes White, Black and Silver. Other than this, variants-wise, the SUV will also come loaded with a 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a new steering wheel, electrically adjustable wing mirrors, dual airbags and ABS.

It misses out on some modern features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. However, to compensate, the carmaker is offering Bluetooth, making it a little better.

The seats offered, thankfully, can accommodate 9 passengers. On the contrary, the omission of seat belts makes it less safe for them, especially in the last row.

The newly launched SUV is available with a sole 2.2-litre four-cylinder mHawk diesel engine. It is known for producing 120 horsepower and 280Nm of peak torque while being paired to a 6-speed manual gearbox as standard. The sad part about this is the non-availability of petrol engines and the absence of a more convenient automatic gearbox.

Although Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus might not be for everyone, the extended passenger carrying capacity makes it a deal breaker.

By Harsh Rana

Full-time management student and a part-time automobile enthusiast. Not much happy about EVs taking over the V8, V10 and V12 motors.

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