Mahindra & Mahindra revealed its new Twin Peaks logo last year ahead of the XUV700 debut and the logo marks a new direction for the company. The mighty ‘M’ promises new growth areas and newer heights to scale and the XUV700 was just the base camp in that sense. The logo will be seen on all current and future models and the Indian automaker has finally started updating its existing products to carry the same. More recently, the popular-selling Mahindra Bolero and Bolero Neo were spotted with the new Twin Peaks logo promising a widespread update.
The updated Mahindra Bolero appears to get the Twin Peaks logo, which is the only big change on the MUV. The images revealed no other major changes to the offering. Similarly, the Bolero Neo also gets the new logo on the grille, which also lends it a more clutter-free look. Both models also get the new logo on the steering wheel and the spare wheel cover but apart from that, there’s no change to either vehicle as far as aesthetics are concerned.
The Mahindra Bolero is a rugged workhorse and an ever-reliable seller for the company. It’s only fair that the Twin Peaks logo should’ve made it to the model much earlier. The model is powered by a 1.5-litre diesel engine with 75PS and 210Nm of peak torque, paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. The model gets all the essentials including manual air conditioning, Bluetooth-enabled audio system, four power windows along with dual front airbags, ABS, and rear parking sensors.
The Mahindra Bolero Neo is the more premium version of the Bolero and was originally launched as the TUV300. The model has since seen a rebranding exercise that saw the model get updated with a host of cosmetic changes and feature additions. It now comes with multi-terrain technology (MTT), engine start stop system, Eco drive mode, electrically adjustable ORVMs, 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, cruise control and reverse parking assist. It does miss out on Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which is a bummer, considering it has the potential to completely overshadow the XUV300 within Mahindra’s own stable. The Bolero Neo is also a 7-seater with jump seats at the back.
More recently, the new-generation Scorpio-N received the new logo while the Scorpio Classic was also updated with the Twin Peaks face. The upcoming Mahindra XUV300 facelift and the XUV400 electric SUV have been teased and will get the new logo as well. Also expect the Bolero Neo Plus, which is the longer version based on the Bolero Neo to get the new logo right from the start.