Key Specs of Mahindra Bolero Maxi truck Plus
Bolero Maxi truck Plus Highlights
February 27, 2020: The Bolero Maxi Truck Plus is a major player in the medium-duty truck segment which caters to a variety of applications and is highly demanded due to its practical city application. Being a chart-topper for the company, it receives updates at regular intervals. The most recent update around the Maxi Truck Plus is its safety upgrades which now gets an airbag and other safety kits including an Anti-lock Braking facility. Currently, the truck is offered with a White exterior colour options whereas its variants include Mahindra Bolero Maxi truck Plus m2DiCR/Cowl,
Mahindra Bolero Maxi truck Plus m2DICR/COWL/BS-IV, Mahindra Bolero Maxi truck Plus m2DiCR, and Mahindra Bolero Maxi truck Plus CNG. Powering the entire range is the same 2523cc four-cylinder BSIV compliant Mahindra m2DICR engine. The total power output generated from the engine is 63hp while it gets a peak torque of up to 181Nm. The engine comes mated to a five-speed manual gearbox with a single plate dry clutch to ensure smooth transmission.
Mahindra Bolero Maxi truck Plus Price List (Variants)
|Mahindra Bolero Maxi truck Plus m2DiCR/Cowl|
|Mahindra Bolero Maxi truck Plus m2DICR/COWL/BS-IV|
|Mahindra Bolero Maxi truck Plus m2DiCR|
|Mahindra Bolero Maxi truck Plus CNG|
Mahindra Bolero Maxi truck Plus Comparison with Similar Pickup
Mahindra Bolero Maxi truck Plus Pickup- Expert Review
The Mahindra Bolero Maxi Truck Plus is an extension of the Bolero pickup family and takes the fleet to a volume-churning scene. It is one of the reasons why Mahindra could clock over 15 lakh units in total by August 2019. Plus, the indigenous automaker does launch discount offers from time to time, on the pickup truck to boost sales and help prospective buyers get hands on a quality commercial carries. Priced at around Rs. 6 lakhs for the base variant, the pickup truck is offered in both diesel as well as CNG powertrains. It is a direct competitor to the Tata Xenon series as the Isuzu D-Max, both of which are slightly more expensive.
- Powerful engine
- Available in both diesel and CNG
- Affordable price
- High payload capacity
- Mileage could have been higher
- Average ride quality
The Mahindra Bolero Maxi Truck Plus comes with a similar front fascia as the other pickups in the series. It replicates the Bolero SUV/MPV well and carries the same muscular appearance. It has a big bumper up front and vertical air intakes for the grille. There are no foglamps offered as standard and the headlamps are similar to the other siblings. The carriage looks large and has a maximum payload capacity of 1,200 kilograms.
The pickup truck is 4,925 mm long and gets a wheelbase of 3,150 mm. The kerb weight is around 1,365 kilograms, making it proportionate in terms of size and weight. The Maxi Truck Plus comes with a 4x4 axle configuration, which enhances performance to some extent. The pickup rides on 15-inch wheels as standard, wrapped in 195-section tyres.
The Mahindra Bolero Maxi Truck Plus has a very comfortable cabin, probably a lot better than what you would expect at this price range. The three-spoke steering wheel is easy to handle, thanks to the power steering option. However, the CNG variant comes with manual steering. The cabin has a dual-tone appeal, and the dashboard looks fine and attractive. There is a glove box too, which takes the comfort and convenient level higher.
The seats are done in fine fabric and have ample cushioning too. The D+1 cabin does not have air-conditioning, though the spaciousness of the cabin does not make it very stuffy.
The Mahindra Bolero Maxi Truck Plus is one of the best in the business. M&M claims that it has best-in-class torque from the engine to help carry that massive carriage without many efforts. It is available in both CNG and diesel engine trims. To start with, the diesel engine is a 4-cylinder, 2.5-litre mill that can produce up to 63 hp at 3,200 RPM, along with a peak torque of 195 Nm, which kicks in at just around 1,400 RPM.
On the other hand, the natural gas-powered engine has the same 2.5-litre capacity that can churn out a better 70 hp of power at 3,300 RPM, besides producing 181 Nm of torque at the same 1,400 RPM. All the models get a 5-speed gearbox with a 5F-1R layout. The top speed of the pickup is limited to 80 kmph, but remove the limiter and the vehicle can to up to 115 kmph.
As for the suspension, it gets rigid leaf springs at both ends, which are good to absorb road bumps with ease besides being able to carry the weight of 1,200 kilograms payload.
The Mahindra Bolero Maxi Truck gets disc brakes for the front wheels, while drum brakes do the duties on the rear end. The cabin also gets seat belts for both the occupants, which is a good thing to have on long highway hauls. Parking brakes are offered as standard too. Hence, together, all of these features make for the perfect combination in the safety department.
Mahindra has always been known to make rugged SUVs and pickup trucks. To maintain this reputation, the automaker did focus on excelling with its Bolero line of cars, including passenger and commercial trucks. The Bolero Maxi Truck Plus is the perfect example of what the automaker is capable of offering the price-friendly segment, that too without compromising on the features and performance capabilities.
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