The Mahindra Bolero Neo was spied at a dealership yard as dispatches commence
The Mahindra Bolero Neo has been spied undisguised at a dealer yard, a week before its launch.
It was the top-of-the-line N10 variant, painted in a shade of silver, that was seen and the changes the compact SUV has undergone to become the Bolero Neo are clear now.
The styling of the car’s front profile was out for everyone to see thanks to Mahindra releasing a set of teaser videos earlier this week.
It can be seen that the top-spec model will get the updated radiator grille that has lots of chrome along with restyled headlights and revised DRLs. Also new is the front bumper that houses new fog lights.
Along the sides, apart from the new alloy wheels, the Mahindra Bolero Neo spied recently had blacked C-pillar, body colour ORVM caps and a black strip on either side that runs from the front fender to the tail lamps.
However, this particular variant of the compact SUV had no roof rails and the door mouldings that were present previously are gone as well.
Nothing has changed at the rear, apart from the redesigned tail lamps. Going by these spy shots, Mahindra is likely offering the spare wheel with a steel rim.
Like the rear profile, the cabin design of the car previously called the TUV300, has been left untouched. Mahindra has only mildly updated the instrument dials, while the seat fabric is different too.
As stated above, the car is scheduled for launch on 15th July 2021 and it will come powered by a 100 HP 1.5-litre diesel motor which will be paired with a 5-speed manual transmission, while an AMT is also expected to be on offer.
Once launched, the compact SUV will have to duke it out with the likes of the Maruti Vitara Brezza, Tata Nexon, its stablemate the XUV300, among several others.