We bought Mahindra Bolero after considering many factors that any Indian would do. This begins with fuel efficiency, budget, a number of passengers, look and feel, the terrain where we are going to use. After two years of use, I am very happy to write a positive review about the machine. As a cliche approach, I am also taking you to pros and cons and you can check for any novel point among them.
Pros: Powerful Engine: that would take you to any heights with any 'payload'. You might doubt I am going crazy or making fictitious points in my explanation of the power of this vehicle. Because I used to say to my friends that you keep this vehicle upright below a wall it will move on to top smoothly. Fuel efficiency: 12Km/litre is the average mileage we have observed and it is pretty high in this segment if you already know many cars are only offering this mileage. Overall Built Quality is also commendable as Mahindra offers a strong chassis and body as such. We had a case where a sedan was hit on considerable speed while taking the reverse. We survived even without a scratch while the sedan bumper got seriously affected. Overall this is one best vehicle to have considering all above characteristics as this vehicle performs well on bad roads, hilly terrains and also in highways. Comfort level also has increased with increased utility.
Cons: Poor braking and vehicle control which gives a sense of 'not feeling safe to accelerate much'. Not a smooth steering wheel: which gives a heavy feeling in controlling vehicle. No Rear AC vents: that make the back side with lesser cooling uncomfortable.
Bench seat pattern: that makes travel for long distance tough. Reduced turning radius: which we feel very less than its competitor's Gaps between Bumpers and chassis which makes vehicle prone to accidents.
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