Recently, Mahindra has launched a new model of its best-selling car, the Mahindra Bolero Neo. Rather than being a variant of the car, it is a standalone model with a similar nametag that gives the car a better feature list along with an updated look. As the car has been the same for the longest of time however has still managed to be the top seller for the brand. Here is the basic comparison of the Mahindra Bolero Neo and the regular Mahindra Bolero.
Starting with the most basic thing that one keeps in mind before buying the car is his budget, which is very similar in this case as the new Mahindra Bolero Neo comes in three trims – the N4 which is priced at Rs 8.48 lakhs, the N8 which is priced at Rs 9.48 lakhs and the N10 which is priced at Rs 9.99 lakhs, while the Mahindra Bolero after the price hike ranges between Rs. 8.62 to Rs. 9.61 lakhs (ex-showroom New Delhi).
|Mahindra Bolero Neo||Mahindra Bolero|
|Length||3995 mm||3995 mm|
|Width||1795 mm||1745 mm|
|Height||1817 mm||1880 mm|
|Wheelbase||2680 mm||2680 mm|
Here, we can see both the cars have the same length and wheelbase; however, the Bolero Neo has an upper hand in terms of width but is lower in height.
Both the cars come equipped with the same 1.5-litre mHawk75 diesel engine which in neo’s case can generate power up to 100 hp and torque up to 260 Nm while the regular Bolero’s engine is a bit under tuned and can only generate up to 75 hp of max power and 210 Nm of max torque. Both the engines also get the same 5-speed manual transmission gearbox.
|Car||Mahindra Bolero Neo||Mahindra Bolero|
|Engine||1.5-litre mHawk100 3-pot diesel||1.5-litre mHawk75 3-pot diesel|
|Power||100 hp||75 hp|
|Torque||260 Nm||210 Nm|
|Transmission||5-speed Manual Transmission||5-speed Manual Transmission|
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