Mahindra & Mahindra, a leading Indian automaker, has launched the Bolero Neo Plus in the Indian market, expanding its lineup of the popular Bolero SUV. The Bolero Neo Plus is introduced as a 9-seater variant, providing a larger alternative to the existing 7-seater Bolero Neo.

Overview of Bolero Neo Plus Variants and Pricing

The Bolero Neo Plus is available in two variants, P4 and P10, complementing the existing three variants of the standard Bolero Neo. Here’s a breakdown of the ex-showroom prices across India:

  • P4 Variant: Priced at ₹11.39 lakh
  • P10 Variant: Priced at ₹12.49 lakh

This makes the Neo Plus approximately ₹1 to 1.49 lakh more expensive than its 7-seater counterpart, reflecting its additional seating capacity and enhanced features.

Design and Aesthetic Upgrades

Exterior Enhancements

  • Front View: The new Bolero Neo Plus sports the Mahindra ‘Twin Peaks logo’ set within a redesigned chrome slatted grille, providing a fresh face to the model. The bumper has been updated with a mesh pattern for the air dam and includes fog lamps on either corner.


  • Side Profile: The vehicle appears longer than the standard Bolero Neo and is equipped with new 5-spoke alloy wheels.
  • Rear Design: Distinguishing itself from the regular Neo, the Neo Plus features a rounder shape and a unique rear bumper design, maintaining the characteristic tailgate-mounted spare wheel.

Color Options

The Bolero Neo Plus is offered in three color options:

  • Majestic Silver
  • Diamond White
  • Napoli Black

Interior Features

The Bolero Neo Plus is designed to accommodate larger families or groups with its 9-seater configuration, offering a practical and spacious interior layout suitable for long journeys and versatile usage.

Engine and Performance

Under the hood, the Bolero Neo Plus is powered by a 2.2-liter diesel engine that delivers 120 PS and 280 Nm of torque, coupled with a 6-speed manual gearbox. The SUV remains a rear-wheel-drive (RWD) vehicle, with no options for an automatic transmission or a 4-wheel-drive (4WD) setup.

Market Positioning

The Bolero Neo Plus is positioned as an affordable option within the SUV segment, particularly appealing to buyers looking for a robust and spacious vehicle without the premium pricing of SUVs like the Mahindra Scorpio Classic and Scorpio N. Its launch signifies Mahindra’s commitment to enhancing its portfolio and catering to a broader audience seeking value and utility in a single package.


Bookings for the new Bolero Neo Plus are now open. Customers can place their orders either online or by visiting their nearest dealership, with deliveries expected to commence soon. The introduction of this model aims to strengthen Mahindra’s presence in the competitive SUV market in India, continuing the legacy of the Bolero as a durable and reliable vehicle choice for Indian consumers.

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