Given the new BS6 Phase 2 and RDE requirements, Mahindra has raised the pricing of the majority of its SUVs.
The Indian carmaker increased the ex-showroom costs for the best-selling Bolero and Bolero Neo by up to Rs. 30,600.
Five variants of the Bolero Neo are available: N4, N8, N10, Limited Edition, and N10 (O).
With the exception of the Bolero Neo Limited Edition, all variations have seen a normal price increase of Rs. 15,000.
With this, the SUV's new ex-showroom starting price is Rs. 9.63 lakh.
The more rugged-looking Bolero is available in three trim levels, including B4, B6, and B6 (O)
While the mid-spec B6 variant’s prices remain unchanged
the B4 and B6 (O) get a price hike of Rs. 24,601 and Rs. 30,600, respectively.
As for the powertrain, both the SUVs' engines are now BS6 Phase 2 and RDE norms-compliant.
Bolero Neo gets a standard price hike across its variants
B6 (O) variant of Bolero gets the highest price increment
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