Mahindra Bolero accident with JCB proofs the built quality of Mahindra, Accident seems to be happened on Highway where a biker was standing on road side near the highway, Then suddenly a JCB appears there which was out of control of the driver & almost about to hit the biker then we saw a Mahindra Bolero came there at last moment & hit with the JCB & save the biker standing their..
Bolero works here as a messanger of GOD who came there to save his (biker) life, So there is a famous says which is fits to this incidence that: if God is there to save you then no one can even think to harm you..
As we all are aware Mahindra & Tata both are manufacturing the safest car for india like Tata Altroz, Tata Nexon & Mahindra XUV 300 (Safest car of India).
These type of incidence proofs the built quality of these manufacturers & ensure safety and security for their customers.
About Mahindra Bolero:
The Mahindra Bolero is one of the best-selling Mahindra SUVs. Its rugged appeal remains popular in some of the more rural parts of India. Hence, Mahindra has opted to retain the winning formula and instead go for a subtle facelift for the BS6 Complient Bolero. The new Bolero has also ditched ‘Power+’ from its name. We take a close look at how the new one compares to the old:
The new Mahindra Bolero is available in three variants as compared to the four trims offered in the pre-facelift model. There aren’t any feature additions, but it now comes with AC as standard. It still gets only a driver-side airbag along with ABS, rear parking sensors, and seatbelt reminder as standard safety features. The Bolero also continues to get a slim digital instrument cluster and an audio system with Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free calling.
The biggest change is the updated BS6 diesel engine. It’s still a 1.5-litre engine but the BS6-compliant version offers more power and is badged ‘D75 mHawk’. The new engine produces 76PS of power and 210Nm of torque, 5PS and 15Nm more than the BS4 engine. It is still mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. The official efficiency figures of the new BS6 engine are yet to be shared.