Mahindra Bolero, Neo prices hiked by up to Rs 22,000

    The brand is also gearing up to introduce the Neo Plus, the third model in the Bolero range.

    Published On Sep 21, 2022 04:00:00 PM


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    Mahindra has introduced a price hike for its Bolero and Bolero Neo SUVs this month, which recently received a cosmetic update in the form of the brand’s ‘Twin Peaks’ logo. The Bolero and Bolero Neo are now more expensive by Rs 20,000 and Rs 22,000, respectively, with Mahindra attributing rising input costs as the reason for the hike.

    Mahindra Bolero variant wise price hike

    Mahindra offers the long running Bolero SUV in 3 variants – B4, B6, and B6(O). However, the brand has only increased the prices of the B4 and B6(O) variants by Rs 20,000 and Rs 22,000, respectively. 

    Here is a breakdown of the old and new prices of the Bolero.

    Mahindra Bolero prices (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    VariantsNew priceOld priceDifference
    B4Rs 9.53 lakhRs 9.33 lakhRs 20,000
    B6Rs 10 lakhRs 10 lakh-
    B6(O)Rs 10.48 lakhRs 10.26 lakhRs 22,000

    Mahindra Bolero Neo variant wise price hike

    The Bolero Neo, which was launched last July, is currently offered in four variants – N4, N8, N10, and N10(O). The brand has, however, only increased the prices of the N4, N8, and N10(O) variants by Rs 19,000, Rs 21,00 and Rs 21,000, respectively.

    Here is a price breakdown comparing the old and new prices of the Bolero Neo.

    Mahindra Bolero Neo prices (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    VariantsNew priceOld priceDifference
    N4Rs 9.48 lakhRs 9.29 lakhRs 19,000
    N8Rs 10 lakhRs 10 lakh-
    N10Rs 11.21 lakhRs 11 lakhRs 21,000
    N10(O)Rs 11.99 lakhRs 11.78 lakhRs 21,000

    Upcoming Mahindra SUV launches

    Back in June 2022, we had reported that Mahindra will add another body style to its popular Bolero line-up in the form of the Bolero Neo Plus. Based on the TUV300 Plus SUV, which was on sale until April 2020, the Bolero Neo Plus is expected to be offered in 7- and 9-seat configurations.

    Mahindra will also announce the price of the recently unveiled XUV400 EV in January 2023. Additionally, the updated XUV300 with a more powerful 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine is expected to debut ahead of the upcoming festive season.

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