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    Updated Mahindra Bolero To Meet New Safety Standards

    by Swati Sanchayi on Friday, Mar 15 2019

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    Mahindra Bolero has remained the smash hit vehicle for the brand for quite a while now. The rough MUV was before expected to be ceased from the Indian market because of the up and coming wellbeing and outflow standards. In any case, as indicated by the reports, Mahindra is as of now dealing with a facelift form of the Bolero and will be propelled in the Indian market soon. An ABS prepared Mahindra Bolero will be propelled inside the following couple of days. Other wellbeing highlights, for example, speed alert, safety belt update and invert stopping sensors will follow in half a month.

    The Bolero has been around for over 19 years in the Indian market and no major has been propelled since its commencement in the market. Mahindra won't dispatch an all-new Bolero to meet the up and coming guidelines yet will chip away at the present model to make it future-confirmation. The Indian market will get new wellbeing guidelines from October 1, 2019. Every one of the vehicles should meet the new balanced front and side accident tests. Afterward, in April 2020, new passerby assurance guidelines will be executed in the Indian market. Mahindra is relied upon to dispatch all the new wellbeing highlights in a solitary facelifted form.

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    A diverse bilingual (English and Hindi) Copywriter and Content Creator based in New Delhi, India. With a degree in Journalism, I always had an inclination towards writing.

    As a writer, I have worked on content related to automobile, technology, travel, lifestyle, photography and many more.

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