Mahindra's Bolero is a very popular car and has also been the best-selling utility vehicle in the past few years. Like Scorpio, Bolero-loving people are different, and there have been a variety of modifications. Mostly you might have seen the Bolero for commercial use and also equipped with several accessories. Also you might have seen it with attractive body graphics and large front tyres. However, the fresh case is somewhat different as it uses 6 tyres instead of 4 this time. Let's know the full details
For your information, this custom job is designed by SD Nakodar, who is known for his resto-mods. This Bolero is so unique that you can't see an alternative. There has been a major change in the chassis as the Standard MUV has been fitted with a new axle to make the 6-wheeler with a strange approach. In a bizarre case, the modified Mahindra Bolero is given the Jeep badge and features a new set of four-part headlamps and an aggressive steel-made bumper with large modified MT wheels. Also fitted with hinged mount for spare tires at the rear and can be opened to reach the rear door.
Other exterior changes to the vehicle come with new body graphics, multiple travel lights with dark theme roof rails, reflectors all around and a glossy paint scheme. In addition, the modified Bolero cabin features quilted upholstery, leather-to-seat stitching, new audio system, second-row capt seats, last row side fencing bench, a floating touchscreen and infotainment system. Seating space is created.
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