Mahindra Bolero | Reviews, Accessories & Fuel Consumption
Mahindra Bolero from Group 1 Mahindra

2019 Mahindra
Bolero

Price from R 153,999
or R 1,799pm T&C’s apply

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  • 2019 Bolero
    Maxitruck Plus

    From R 153,999
    or R 1,799pm*



    Features:

    • 4×2 m2D|CR TA/TB Turbo Diesel
    • Power Steering

  • 2019 Bolero
    Loader 4×2

    From R 173,999
    or R 2,099pm*



    Features:

    • 4×2 NEFTCI Turbo Diesel Powertrain
    • Power Steering
    • Colour Coded Bumpers
    • Spare Tyre
    • Front Headrest

  • 2019 Bolero
    Dropside 4×2

    From R 175,999
    or R 2,099pm*



    Features:

    • Same as Bolero Loader 4×2

  • 2019 Bolero
    Single Cab 4×2

    From R 184,999
    or R 2,199pm*



    Features:

    • 4×2 NEFTCI Turbo Diesel Powertrain
    • Air Conditioning and Heater
    • Power Steering
    • Colour Coded Bumpers
    • Spare Tyre
    • Front Headrest

  • 2019 Bolero
    Double Cab 4×2

    From R 216,999
    or R 2,599pm*



    Features:

    • 4×2 NEFTCI Turbo Diesel Powertrain
    • Air Conditioning and Heater
    • Power Steering
    • Front Headrests
    • Side Step
    • Door Decals
    • Colour Coded Bumpers

  • 2019 Bolero
    Single Cab 4×4

    From R 215,999
    or R 2,599pm*



    Features:

    • Same as Bolero Single Cab 4×2
    • 4×4 NEFTCI Turbo Diesel Powertrain

  • 2019 Bolero
    Double Cab 4×4

    From R 245,999
    or R 2,899pm*



    Features:

    • Same as Bolero Double Cab 4×2
    • 4×4 NEFTCI Turbo Diesel Powertrain

The Mahindra Bolero monthly installment reflected for each model above is subject to *Terms and Conditions

2019 Mahindra Bolero Bakkie
– The Toughest in Town!

With a good blend of economy, size, design style and load capability, the Mahindra Bolero is an obvious choice for anybody that is looking for a value for money easy to drive, no frills bakkie that performs well on South African roads. Suitable for both LCV commercial as well as personal family purposes thanks to a single and double cab format option, the Mahindra Bolero should be your first option vehicle no matter what type of bakkie you are looking for. Thanks to all-terrain suspension, extra-large wheels, power steering, power windows, A/C and a comfortable cab interior, there is pretty much no other bakkie make or model on South African roads that offers these features at such an amazing price. The Mahindra Bolero is also multifunctional and include a massive range of variants.

So if you enjoy Go Anywhere Driving, Aggressive Styling and Maximum Fuel Efficiency, then why not pay us at Group 1 Mahindra a visit? We’ll be only too happy to take you for a test drive of this highly sort after bakkie that is well on its way to becoming a South African legend.

Bolero Single & Double Cab Review

The Mahindra Bolero Single and Double Cab is available in both 4×4 and 4×4 variants. Both are extremely popular in South Africa, but appeal to different segments of the driving population. The single cab tends to be used more as a Light Commercial Vehicle, while the Double Cab is more often than not enjoyed as a recreational or family vehicle. Either way, the Mahindra Bolero is a vehicle that allows for easy manoeuvring, reliable engineering and engine features, and the ability deliver all-round good performance.

Bolero Maxitruck Review

The Bolero Maxitruck combines a large load box with an economical, torque-focused turbodiesel engine to create a high payload bearing Light Commercial Vehicle that is fuel efficient and instantly recognisable. Powered by Mahindra’s exclusive M2DICR 2,5 turbodiesel engine, the Bolero puts out 46 kW at 3200 rpm and 95 Nm of torque at 1400-2200 rpm. The Bolero Maxitruck offers potential buyers tough character, promising long-term durability and a fuel frugal consumption rate of 7.0 L/100 km.

Mahindra Bolero Fuel Consumption Chart

Mahindra Bolero Fuel Consumption*

Due to the fact that the Mahindra Bolero and the Mahindra Bolero Maxitruck use two distinctly different engines, we have included two different “quick look” fuel consumption charts below:

Model Consumption Rate CO2 Emission
Single / Double Cab 8.3 L/100 km* 251g per km*
Maxitruck 7.0 L/100 km* Currently Unreleased*

*Subject to our Fuel Consumption Disclaimer

Mahindra Bolero Safety Features

  • Wide radials and anti-roll bar
  • Disc-drum brake combination
  • Corrosion-resistant body

Mahindra Bolero Dimensions

  • Wheelbase (mm) 3014
  • Overall Width (mm) 1815
  • Overall Height (mm) 1885
  • Ground Clearance (mm) 200

Mahindra Bolero Colours

  • Arctic White

Frequently Asked Mahindra Bolero Questions and Answers

What are the engine specifications of Mahindra Bolero?

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The Bolero is powered by a 2.5l NEF Turbo Diesel in the Dropside 4X2. Loader 4X2. Single Cab 4X2. Single Cab 4X4. Double Cab 4X2. and Double Cab 4X4 model variants which deliver an impressive 74 kW of power and 238 Nm of torque. The BMT variant is powered by a m2D|CR TA/TB Turbo Diesel variant that provides 46kW of power and 195 Nm of torque.

What is the average fuel consumption of Mahindra Bolero?

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Combined fuel cycle consumption for the Bolero is 9.5 L/100 km for the 2.5l NEF Turbo Diesel engine and 7.0L/100km for the m2D|CR TA/TB Turbo Diesel.

What are the colours available in Mahindra Bolero?

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Currently, the Mahindra Bolero is only available in Arctic White in South Africa. This makes it easy to brand, which adds to its fleet vehicle appeal, and thanks to its body design and the quality of the paintwork this Arctic White really stands out in a crowd.

What is the top speed of Mahindra Bolero?

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The Mahindra Bolero is powered by a 2.5l NEF Turbo Diesel engine that allows the vehicle to reach 0-100kmph in around 32 seconds. It has a top speed of 120kmph.

What is the fuel tank capacity of Mahindra Bolero?

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The fuel tank capacity of the Bolero is 56 litres for the NEFTCI Turbo Diesel-powered versions of the vehicle and 45 litres for the m2D|CR TA/TB Turbo Diesel powered version.

Is the Mahindra Bolero available in a 4×4 option?

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Yes, it is! In fact there both the single cab and double cab model variant have a 4×4 drivetrain option.

Is there an automatic gearbox option in the Bolero?

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No, at this time there is only a 5-speed manual gearbox option available across the entire range.

What is the towing capacity of the Bolero?

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The Dropside 4X2, Loader 4X2, Single Cab 4X2, Single Cab 4X4, Double Cab 4X2, and Double Cab 4X4 all have a towing capacity of 750 kg. The m2D|CR TA/TB Turbo Diesel Bolero is not rated for towing at this time.

What is the Bolero’s payload capacity?

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The Bolero BMT has a payload of 1150 kg and the Dropside 4X2, Loader 4X2, Single Cab 4X2, Single Cab 4X4, Double Cab 4X2, and Double Cab 4X4 all have a very impressive 1 100 kg payload. This is just another amazing Bolero capability that highlights just how good a Light Commercial Vehicle the Boero really is.

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