New Mahindra Verito sedan is scheduled to launch on 25th July

New Mahindra Verito sedan - FrontView

Indian car market is showering with many car launches, the nation is receiving cars after cars from both home grown makers and International players. Today we already reported about the 3 upcoming cars and now another car from Mahindra stable is all set for launch on 25th July, 2012. The car is none other than refreshed version of Mahindra Verito sedan.

Although not confirmed officially, the latest information bombarding on the internet suggest the new Verito will be launched on the 25th July. The reason behind the scheduling the launch earlier than expected is that the current car sales situation is grim but every new car launched is selling like hot cakes. It has been proved with Ertiga and recently with the Duster.

Meanwhile, if reports are to be believed, it seems utility car manufacturer has finished testing of the vehicle and is currently shooting the TV commercial of the car, which will again feature Mr. Verito man bollywood actor Jimmy Shergill in it.

New Mahindra Verito sedan - RearView

The facelift might get a new set of headlamps, grille and tail lamps with trails of heavy chrome around the car. Moreover, the facelift version will also get a new alloy wheels, LED daytime running lamp, all new wipers and other few changes, which surely makes it better than its earlier version. In terms of safety the Verito equipped with ABS with EBD, SRS airbags, side impact beams and immobilizer.

Under the hood, the new Verito will remain similar to the outgoing model, with power coming in from the 1.4 MPFI Petrol engine and the 1.5 Common Rail Direct Injection diesel engine which returns ARAI certified mileage of 21.03 kmpl.

 
What we say? Recently, Mahindra has echoed about the sub-4 meters Verito which will be launched by the end-2012 and we expect it to be priced around Rs. 40,000 less than the present model.

 

(Note – The actual car may differ from the model shown above)

 

Also see –Β Mahindra Xylo Mini to be launched in August, followed by Verito CS