1. Mahindra Bolero Terminator
Mahindra Bolero remained the best-selling UV in the Indian market for a long time till the Maruti Vitara Brezza took over. The sturdy and rugged Bolero is the first-choice of many buyers in the Tier-II and Tier-III cities because of its ease of maintenance and extremely robust body. Bolero is also one of the most modification-friendly SUV in the market. There are quite a few modified Mahindra Bolero SUVs in the market, but this is the most extreme of all!
Mahindra Bolero has been completely transformed into a Jeep Wrangler through heavy modifications. This is based on a 2010 Mahindra Bolero CRDe that now looks completely different from the stock. There is a new 7-slat grille at the front mimicking the Jeep Wrangler’s iconic design. It also gets enormous fenders, larger ORVMs, custom-made door panes and handles. It now rides on Maxxis Bighorn LT 315/75 R16 tyres that look monstrous.
Even the interior of this Bolero has been completely revamped. It gets a redesigned dashboard, powered seats, dual sunroofs and plusher seats. The modification job took months to complete!
2. Mahindra XUV 500 Moonraker
The Mahindra XUV 500 Moonraker is another customisation done officially by Mahindra officially. There are quite a few XUV 500s in the Indian market but most of them are overdone. The Moonraker is a perfect balance between the outrageous and practical. The Mahindra XUV500 gets an army green colour and an Indian flag placed on the aftermarket bumpers of the XUV500.
The Mahindra Moonraker gets a massive body cladding and it seamlessly to the wheel arches. This is based on the latest version of the Mahindra XUV 500 and the front grille is intact to keep the DNA alive. However, it gets a few inserts to make it look much stronger. There are dune lights mounted on the top of the roof of the XUV 500 and a luggage box mounted behind it. The Moonraker surely looks extreme and will turn every head on the road that likes good looking cars.
3. Mahindra Scorpio Hummer
Mahindra Scorpio is one of the most popular SUVs in the Indian market. The seven-seater SUVs. Here is a modified Scorpio that looks like the Hummer H2. It gets a pick-up style body which has been made by chopping the vehicle’s body in half. The SUV also gets extremely huge aftermarket tyres that form the wide appearance of the SUV.
The SUV gets four lamps mounted on the hood. There is a snorkel too. The vehicle also gets aftermarket fenders that make the vehicle look very wide. It gets aftermarket alloy wheels too. The Scorpio is now two-door set-up instead of the stock four-door unit.
4. Mahindra Thar Daybreak
Mahindra offers a range of official customisations on their range of cars. There is no doubt in the fact that Mahindra Thar is the most loved vehicle by the customisation garages but the best modified Mahindra comes from official Mahindra customisation and it is called the Daybreak. The Mahindra Thar Daybreak is available in two versions. There is an open top version available and a hardtop version of the Mahindra Thar Daybreak, that will take your breath away.
The SUV comes with extremely huge 37-inch Maxxis tyres. It gets customised fenders, a customised hood, a winch mounted to the front bumper, a high-lift jack, roll cage, customised wing mirrors and even re-routed exhaust.
Mahindra has also included differential locks and has tweaked the suspension to make it an extreme off-roader. The vehicle is completely modified from the inside too. It gets a touchscreen infotainment system and a new steering wheel. There are red coloured accents on the dashboard that makes it look premium.
5. Mahindra TUV 300 Armoured
Mahindra TUV 300 looks like a tank in stock form. However, Mahindra offers various styling kits that can be installed by the dealers to change the look of the Mahindra TUV 300 completely. This is the Armoured kit of Mahindra TUV300 and it looks extremely good. So good that even Anand Mahindra ones one in the Armoured form.
The Mahindra TUV300 gets a new bumper upfront with new air intake grille that also embeds the foglamps. The TUV 300 also gets aftermarket wheel arches and a new faux scoop on the hood that changes the look completely. The TUV300 also gets dune lamps mounted on the top and aftermarket roof rack. Everything else like tyres, headlamps and tail lamps remain the same.