2005 Mahindra Bolero Double Cab 2.5 td peugeot from Costa Rica
The Mahindra is a big craft. Don't try to buy it, you are going to send your money to the wastebasket immediately. It's a noisy, uncomfortable, bad quality car, even for the third world.
The dealer in my country (Costa Rica) can't sell it to normal people (obviously), and they try to sell this thing to the government, like police agencies, they have a big team of lawyers trying for selling this bad quality car at any cost.
Stay away of this car and you are going to be more happy.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 20th January, 2006
23rd Jan 2006, 01:52
Congratulations for covering 30,000kms in a noisy, bad quality and uncomfortable vehicle within 1 year. You deserve a pat on the back.
31st Jan 2006, 21:56
I own a Mahindra Bolero and a Honda Odyssey. While the Bolero is not in the same league as the Honda, It is a hardy vehicle with very few problems. The exterior looks very good, as good as a japanese vehicle, the engine is also quite for a diesel, and reliable.
The interior is rough. The plastic dashboard looks very cheap. The seats are OK. The gauges are not very good.
The roads are bad where I live, and this is a great vehicle for bad roads.