Reported to be the sub-4m Bolero.
Motoroctane has managed to acquire images featuring a new variant of the Mahindra Bolero ahead of launch. Dubbed as the Mahindra Bolero Power+, the report states that this is the rumored sub-4m Bolero from Mahindra, although it's quite hard to tell from the sole image below.
Upon first glance, the Bolero Power+ looks largely similar to the Bolero currently sold. A closer look reveals an updated bumper design and slightly tweaked headlamps. The styling changes are minimal so as to retain the familiarity of the Bolero, one of the top selling UVs in India.
Although the interior is not seen in these images, the report divulges that the seats' cushioning has been improved and comes equipped with voice command recognition. It continues to offer a digital instrument cluster and 7-seats spread across three rows (two rows and jump seats).
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One of the biggest changes of the Bolero Power+ is found under the hood, states the report. It packs the 1.5L mHawk three cylinder diesel engine sourced from the Mahindra TUV300 but detuned to produce 70 hp and 195 Nm of torque. It is paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox and a Micro-Hybrid system (Start-stop system). The Bolero Power+ is reported to average 16.5 km/L (ARAI-certified).
[Source: Motor Octane]