Mahindra launches Bolero City Pik-Up in Maharashtra

The new offering is aimed at last-mile connectivity.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 26 May 2022 Views icon11554 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp

Mahindra & Mahindra has launched a new Bolero City Pik-Up, adding another avatar to its existing ‘Pik-Up’ portfolio of small commercial vehicles.

Among its many features, according to the company, is exceptional mileage, segment-leading payload capacity and cargo width, as well as top-notch engine torque.  

The model’s other features include easy manoeuvrability on crowded city roads as a result of a lower turning radius.

Harish Lalchandani, VP, Marketing, Mahindra Automotive said, “We are pleased to offer another addition to our hugely successful Bolero Pik-up range – the New Bolero City Pik-Up suited for intracity transportation. Our constant endeavour to engineer and deliver best-in-class products on performance, reliability, and profitability has resulted in continued market leadership for Mahindra in the Pick-Up segment for the last 22 years.” 

The new offering will cost Rs 7,97,000 (ex-showroom, Mumbai). M&M is targeting the last mile segment with its latest offering where e-commerce companies, traders and small businesses can use a vehicle like this.

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