The price difference between the Mahindra Bolero Neo N10(O) variant and the N10 grade is Rs. 69,100/-
Mahindra has launched the N10(O) variant of the Bolero Neo with a price tag of Rs. 10.69 lakhs (ex-showroom, New Delhi).
This new top-of-the-line variant was not introduced when the compact SUV was officially put on sale last month. Until now, the car was sold in a total of 3 grades, namely – N4, N8 and N10.
The N10(O) variant comes equipped with what Mahindra calls the Multi-Terrain Technology (MTT) or, to the layman, a mechanically locking differential.
Apart from the addition of the diff, the Bolero Neo N10(O) comes with the same equipment list as the N10 variant.
Externally, it features chrome inserts on the radiator grille, static bending headlamps with DRLs, front fog lights, electrically adjustable ORVMs, 15-inch alloy wheels and spare wheel cover in ‘Deep Silver’ colour.
Inside, the compact SUV is equipped with a analogue-digital instrument cluster, 7-inch infotainment touchscreen, height adjustable driver seat, armrests for both first and second rows, roof lamp for middle row, voice messaging, cruise control, reverse parking assist, among other features.
Featuring body-on-frame construction, the car is available in 6 paint options such as Diamond White, Highway Red, Majestic Silver, Napoli Black, Pearl White and Rocky Beige. Mahindra will introduce a ‘Royal Gold’ shade in the future.
Powering the compact SUV is a 1493cc diesel motor that puts out 100 BHP at 3750 RPM and 260 Nm of torque between 1750 and 2250 RPM.
The motor’s power is sent to the rear wheels through a 5-speed manual gearbox. In addition, there is an ‘Eco’ mode, as well as an engine start-stop system.
Below is the Mahindra Bolero Neo price list –