The Indian manufacturer, Mahindra & Mahindra launched the all-new Bolero pick-up, namely Big Bolero Pik-up at the price tag of Rs. 6.3 lakh in ex-showroom Pune. The commercial vehicle is to be offered in two versions, one is expected to be designed under the BS III emission standards and another one will be available with the BS-IV norms. Mahindra said that the Bolero Pik-up BS III variant is tagged at Rs. 6.15 lakh while, the Bolero Pik-up BS IV is priced at Rs. 6.30 lakh.
Being a light commercial vehicle, the Bolero Pik-up is available with the 2765mm (9 feet) body length in two payload options, one with 1,250kg and another with 1,500 kg of payload. The vehicle has a strong body and chassis, which is featured with the Mahindra’s stylish design and the stylish bumper at the front side.
The Bolero Pik-up is to be available with the stylish front grille received from the Mahinda SUV and the latest multi-reflector headlamps. The inside of the small pick-up truck is finished with the SUV-like new dashboard, comfortable seats, and dual tone interiors.
Bolero Pik-up core values:
- High earning potential
- Tough and rugged DNA
- Low maintenance
- Extra long
Bolero Pik-up Performance:
The 2523cc MDI 3200 turbocharged H engine powers the BS III variant and returns the 63hp (46.3 kW) at 3,200 rpm while the four-cylinder m2DICR 2.5L TB is available in the BS-IV version and generates 70hp (52.2 kW) at 3,200 rpm. The Bolero Pik-up is rated at the outstanding mileage of 13kmpl with the support of SUV-like gear shift with 5-speed manual gearbox. For the convenience, the commercial truck comes with the power steering and single plate dry clutch.
Bolero Pik-up Dimensions:
The Mahindra small truck is measuring 5215mm in length, 1700mm in width, 1865mm in height and 3260mm strong wheelbase. It comes with 2765 x 1700 x 650 outer gearbox (lxbxh), ground clearance of 195mm and kerb weight of 1725kg.
In overall, the big cargo box, big payload and big power are the key characteristics of the Mahindra Bolero Pik-up, which fulfils big desires of the buyers, according to Mahindra.