Mahindra Bolero Neo N10 (O), launched at Rs 10.69 lakhs, features Multi-Terrain tech
● The latest Mahindra Bolero Neo N10 (O) is the top-end Bolero Neo SUV available today with prices starting from Rs 10.69 lakhs.
Mahindra has added another variant to its Bolero Neo SUV fleet by launching the top-end N10 (O) version with Multi-Terrain technology. Earlier, Mahindra had launched the Bolero Neo SUV in July 2021. However, with the introduction of the Neo N10 (O) priced at Rs 10.69 lakhs, it is the highest-priced variant at around Rs 70,000 more than the previous top-spec N10 variant.
The Bolero N10 (O) comes with additional features like a manual lock differential and Multi-Terrain technology. In addition, this latest variant will be available in five options against the six available on the Bolero Neo. These options include Napoli Black, Rocky beige, Peal White, Highway Red, and Majestic Silver.
Structure-wise, the Bolero Neo is a revamped version of the TUV300, with similar dimensions (3995mm x 1795mm x 1817mm. The wheelbase is 2680mm, and the ground clearance is a bit low for an SUV at 160mm. The vehicle comes equipped with a 15-inch wheel and can seat seven passengers, including the driver.
The Bolero Neo N10 (O) runs on a similar 1.5L mHawk diesel engine that produces 100bhp and a maximum torque of 260Nm. However, this variant does not have an automatic transmission. Instead, the engine pairs with a 5-speed manual gearbox to take care of its transmission duties.
The interiors are similar to the Bolero Neo with a dual-tone upholstery, 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, BlueSense app, cruise control, rear parking assist, and Eco mode.
The strong and rigid body structure is Bolero Neo's highlight. Besides, it offers safety features like Corner Braking Control, ABS, and mandatory dual airbags. In addition, the vehicle comes with Multi-Terrain technology and has high-quality multi-link rear suspensions with coil springs and stabilizer bars.
The Bolero Neo N10 (O) is available at Rs 10.69 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi) and sits on top of the other Bolero Neo variants as the highest-priced model in its segment.