Mahindra has been working on many things simultaneously. The world SUV, the mini-Xylo and the Reva range of electric cars. But that has not hindered the automaker from facelifting the most popular MUV in India, the Bolero. The 2012 Mahindra Bolero gets an slight change to both the interiors and exteriors. The exterior now features a revised grille which looks plasticky and grey at the same time. The front bumper has been changed too and the Bolero facelift now sports a rear wiper with a defogger (mandatory in the upcoming Central Motor Vehicle Rules). No fog lamps or alloy wheels feature on any variant of the updated Bolero.
Mahindra has not left out the interiors in this upgrade and has improved them considerably. For starters, the instrument cluster is now completely digital and featured LED display for speedometer, engine temperature and fuel gauge. The new steering wheel now gets leather wrapping with aluminum inserts while the center console features wood trims. The plastic quality leaves alot to be desired from though. There are no changes to the engine and the new Bolero will be powered by the same Low-Cost-Common-Rail (LCCR) motor which produces 75 bhp of power and does duty in the Scorpio EX.
Source – ACI