|Manufacturer||Mahindra & Mahindra|
|Body style(s)||4-door Pick-up|
|Engine(s)||2.5L MDI Turbocharged Diesel|
|Transmission(s)||4 Speed Manual|
|Wheelbase||3,014 mm (118.7 in)|
|Length||4,824 mm (189.9 in)|
|Width||1,670 mm (65.7 in)|
|Height||1,885 mm (74.2 in)|
|Fuel capacity||57 L (13 imp gal/15 US gal)|
|Designer||Shyam Kumar Alepalli (Styling)/ Dilip M Bogawat (BIW Designer)/ Sanjay Srivastava (BIW - CAD)/ Ulhas Khupase (BIW Designer)/ Raju Rasal ( Concept Evaluater)|
The Bolero Camper is the pick-up version of Mahindra's Bolero UV. A basic pick-up with an optional Air Conditioner for comfort and designed to be a rugged vehicle.
It's powered by a 72 bhp (54 kW) turbo charged diesel engine.
The Camper is propelled by a 2523 cc turbocharged direct injection diesel engine.
Default Tyres: 235/75 R15 Goodyear Wrangler radials.
Mileage 12.2 km/L (8.20 L/100 km/29 mpg-US) fuel economy in city with AC. Mileage 14 km/L (7.1 L/100 km/33 mpg-US) fuel economy on highway at around 80 to 100 km/h with AC.
Drive: Manual with 4WD option, no power steering.
Retail Price: around Rs 4.78 lakh in Feb 2006 (without AC)
Mahindra Bolero is a basic utility vehicle that is well-suited to Indian conditions. Even though it is based on a decades old platform, its high ground clearance makes it easier to drive on rural Indian roads. Equipped with 2500 cc diesel engine, it has become the vehicle of choice for rural populace.
Bolero's interiors are designed for paved roads as well as untarred roads and hilly terrain. Its non-adjustable seats, vague steering, basic AC, and 4-speaker Kenwood/Sony music system all contribute to a less than exciting, crude and agricultural driving experience.
Mahindra Bolero is available in seven variants - GLX, SPORTZ, DX, DI, XLS, XL, INVADER, and CAMPER.
Mahindra & Mahindra has launched an upgraded variant of Bolero Camper in 2007, the Bolero Camper DX, priced at Rs 5.5 lakh.
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