Mahindra Bolero Power+, Scorpio now get up to 7 years warranty

Published on Aug 05, 2021 08:00:00 AM

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The warranty offers flexible ownership transfer, high resale value and the option of either a one-time payment or convenient EMI options.

Mahindra has just announced an extension of the Shield warranty program by 2 years on the Bolero Power+ and Scorpio SUVs. This now takes the warranty on both SUVs up to 7 years.

  • Bolero Power+ extended warranty now covers up to 150,000km
  • Scorpio extended warranty now covers up to 170,000km
  • Shield warranty is also flexible in terms of transfer of ownership

Mahindra Bolero Power+ and Scorpio: extended warranty plans explained

Mahindra currently offers a standard warranty of five years on both the Bolero Power+ and Scorpio SUVs, covering all unforeseen mechanical and electrical breakdowns. The extension now takes the total warranty up to seven years with the Bolero Power+ now being covered up to 1,50,000km, while the Scorpio will receive coverage up to 1,70,000km. 

Mahindra's Shield warranty program ensures faster coverage approval and claims settlement. The warranty program will cover any mechanical or electrical failures including (but not limited to) engine parts, transmission system, cooling system, steering system, fuel system, suspension and electrical systems.

The warranty program also allows for flexible transfer of ownership, thereby ensuring higher resale value. Customers also have the convenience of opting in for a one-time payment or easy EMIs. Both the Scorpio and Bolero are high selling models for Mahindra and this is sure to please many customers. 

Upcoming Mahindra SUVs in India: 2021 and beyond

Mahindra recently launched the Bolero Neo in India as a modern alternative to the original Bolero. The Bolero Neo is a credible option for someone looking for a tough, rear-wheel drive, seven-seater people mover.

Mahindra is also prepping for the debut of their most important new product this year – the all-new Mahindra XUV700 – which could see a global debut on August 15, 2021. The XUV700 will rival other three-row SUVs like the Tata Safari, MG Hector Plus and Hyundai Alcazar.

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