Mahindra would add another body style to its popular Bolero lineup in India, the new bolero neo plus is expected to hit the showrooms soon and a media report form auto car magazine revealed the specifications as well as the variant details. The new Bolero neo plus would be an reworked version of the rugged TUV300 plus which was earlier on sale.
As according to Auto car magazine The erstwhile TUV 300 line-up included a larger, four-meter plus SUV by the name of TUV300 PLUS. Most of its variants would overlap the Bolero on the lower side and the Scorpio on the top, as it was sandwiched between the two strong sellers, thus making it sort a less popular choice for buyers. The TUV300 Plus, like the standard TUV300, was discontinued with the advent of BS6 norms in April 2020 and was later re-introduced as the Bolero Neo last year. The manufacturer seems to be gearing up to re-introduce the TUV300 Plus as the Bolero Neo Plus.
vehicle Spotted testing
The vehicle hasn’t been witnessed in flesh bu seen several times being road tested under heavy camouflage . Mahindra will give the SUV’s styling a bit of a change , similar to what was noticed when its sub-four-meter TUV300 plus counterpart made its transition to the Bolero Neo. Expect a fresh-looking nose with a new grille, bumper and headlamps, a new alloy wheel design.
Variants and performance specs
The car would be brought in five variants and two seating layouts, either a seven seater or a nine seater passenger layout, a ambulance version of the car is also said to be in the works.
The car would be fitted with the tried and tested 2.2l litre diesel engine which is expected to continue on the Bolero Neo Plus.the engine also is in duty in the lower variants of the Scorpio, the engine churns out about 120hp in normal mode and 94 hp in eco mode and a 5 speed manual transmission for all variants. The car would be positioned same as the current TUV 300 by the new name neo plus.