Best Modified Mahindra Bolero with intact dignity. 100/100 Mod Goals.
For those of you who feel Mahindra vehicles are boxy, well after seeing this no one would want to think out of the box. This Modified Mahindra Bolero was seen in New Delhi, Lodi Road area. At first it may feel like just a paint job but if you look carefully, the entire body has been modified. The doors have protruding panels which look more bulky than the standard variants.
The rear view mirrors look like those on a Jeep. The bolero would not have looked as stunning as it does if it had not been for the 310 mm mountain terrain tyres on the 15 inch rims.
The tail lights have been concealed and it makes it look quite premium. The bumpers, wheel arches and the rock sliders run across the vehicle without any breaks. They are perfectly sized and not over done.
The standard seats have been replaced with racing seats. Compared to the standard seats, these racing seats are much more comfortable for the rear seat passengers as they offer individual angle options for the back rest. A must for long drives. The third row has been removed completely and the rear seats have been pushed further back giving excellent leg room for the passengers.
I am going to do an owner profiling for this modified Mahindra Bolero. Let’s see if I got this right. Please feel free to leave a comment if you do not agree with me on the personality of the owner.
- The seating position hints at the height of the owner which could be somewhere between 5’11 to 6’2.
- The owner is a little less than medium built and has more weight on his face.
- The owner travels with a companion of medium height who likes to place his/her feet up on the dashboard and doesn’t like to wear a seatbelt. I have come to this conclusion as the back rest of the passenger seat is upright for better view of the road, the seat has been pushed back so foot can be rested on the dashboard easily.
- The seat belt buckle has been pushed backward for easy movement.
- The owner obviously has money to spare as the wheels and tyres themselves would cost around a lakh or a bit more.
- Along with some extra cash, the owner has inclination towards ‘class’. The car is not loud but at the same time it has an immense road presence.
- The owner is a social person and has good friends he would like to hang out with on a regular basis. The seats do give that away.
- The 0 scratches on the sides do indicate that even though the car looks rugged the owner is not adventurous at least as a driver. The car has not gone through rough terrains.
- Except for the obvious looks of the car, the owner likes to get attention with loud music.
- The owner is a confident person and has the talent to talk his way out of trouble unless creating trouble himself.
If anyone of you knows the workshop where this modified Mahindra Bolero got its looks from, do leave a comment.