Mahindra launches Bolero City Pik-Up At Rs 7.97 Lakh
Mahindra has launched the base variant of the Bolero Pick-up by launching the City Pik-Up at a price of just Rs 7.97 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi.
Mahindra has launched the base variant of the Bolero Pick-up by launching the City Pik-Up at a price of just Rs 7.97 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi. At this price point, Mahindra is fulfilling the needs of buyers who want a solid pick-up vehicle but are on a budget. The Bolero City Pik-Up ticks all the boxes who want power, reliability and a good payload capacity.
The turning radius of this recently launched pick-up truck is better as it now gets a shorter bonnet, which helps in easy maneuverability on the city roads of the crowded ones. It is best used for intra-city operations and urban goods transportation.
Powering the Bolero City Pik-up is a 2.5-litre, four-cylinder, m2DiCR diesel motor that generates as much as 65 bhp of power on tap with a peak torque of 195 Nm. The ARAI certified fuel economy too is impressive and is rated at 17.2 kmpl. It has a tweaked suspension set-up and the rear suspension is now strengthened for different load types in the city conditions.
Inside the cabin, it is bare bone, however, it gets an enhanced driver as well as a co-driver seat. The payload capacity is 1500 kg and a large cargo box of 2640 mm. It gets 15-inch tyres with dimensions, 215/75 R15 that give a better grip on the road.
Harish Lalchandani, VP-Marketing, Mahindra Automotive said, “Our deep focus on customer centricity and market insights has enabled us to develop products that are relevant and most suited for the versatile needs of our discerning customers.
We are pleased to offer another addition to our hugely successful Bolero Pik-up range – the New Mahindra Bolero City Pik-Up highly suited for intra city transportation. Our constant endeavour to engineer and deliver best-in-class products on performance, reliability, and profitability has resulted in continued market leadership for Mahindra in the Pick-Up segment for the last 22 years.”