Saturday, October 1, 2022

Maruti Ertiga falls after colliding with Mahindra Bolero Neo, completely safe

The Bolero has not been crash-tested by GNCAP but it wears the Mahindra badge which signifies the sturdy and sturdy build quality.

A Maruti Ertiga was caught while colliding with a Mahindra Bolero Neo and falling from the top. The Ertiga enjoys a decent 3-star safety rating in the GNCAP, while the Mahindra Bolero is yet to be crash-tested. The Ertiga is the best selling MPV in the country which recently got an update. Mahindra Bolero has also got a new name Bolero Neo in place of TUV300 in our market. In this incident, the build quality of these vehicles has been checked.

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Mahindra Bolero Neo colliding with Maruti Ertiga

Nikhil Rana has posted this video on his YouTube channel where he keeps updating such content to reveal real life performances of popular cars to raise awareness about road safety in India. As per the details of this accident, it happened on the Osmanabad bypass of Solapur-Aurangabad highway in Maharashtra. Maruti Ertiga hit Mahindra Bolero Neo while crossing the highway. The driver managed to avoid hitting the scooty after hitting the Bolero lightly. But because of this the MPV overturned and landed on the roof first on the highway. The car suffered significant damage but the Bolero managed to get only minor damage to the left side of the bonnet and fenders. Thankfully, however, both the cars protected their riders well and no one was seriously injured in the incident.

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The Maruti Ertiga recently got a mid-life facelift and now comes with an updated K-series 1.5-litre petrol engine with Smart Hybrid technology that churns out 103 PS and 137 Nm of peak power and torque. Transmission duties are performed by a 5-speed manual or a new 6-speed automatic gearbox. There are also paddle shifters for manual control. The new mild-hybrid engine delivers mileage of over 20 kmpl and also comes with a CNG powertrain. Ertiga price ranges from Rs 8.35 Lakh to Rs 12.79 Lakh, ex-showroom.

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Mahindra Bolero Neo vs Maruti Ertiga
Maruti Ertiga overturned after colliding with Mahindra Bolero Neo. Thankfully no one was seriously injured in this accident.

Such unfortunate incidents highlight the importance of driving safely and within the speed limit. Most of the accidents happen on roads due to overspeeding. We always want to encourage our readers to follow the traffic rules and make our roads safe.

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