The Mahindra Bolero Power Plus and the nine-seat Bolero Plus were recently revised with added safety tech. Though it's yet to meet the crash norms, here are the top five safety features that are now standard on the vehicle.
1. A driver’s side airbag
2. Rear parking sensors
3. Seatbelt reminders for the driver and front passenger
4. A speed warning system (at 80kmph and 120kmph)
5. A manual override for the central locking system
Apart from this safety kit, there are other safety features too on the vehicle like front disc brakes, ABS, anti-glare IRVMs etc. Mahindra and Mahindra has already started production of this Bolero that’s equipped to comply with the AIS-145 safety norms. The carmaker will also remove child locks from the units meant for the fleet and taxi market at the dealer level.
Now that the entire Mahindra Bolero range gets more safety features as standard, we are expecting the prices to go up across the range too. Variant-wise prices will be available with dealers soon. Furthermore, the Bolero will soon make the transition to BSVI and this BSVI complaint vehicle will be launched in early 2020. In fact, Mahindra plans to implement the BSVI technology with the help of suppliers across its entire range of Mahindra cars and within the stipulated time frame.