Just yesterday we brought you the firstever undisguised images of the upcoming Mahindra Verito. Today AutoCarIndia has further updated their website with more images revealing the front and rear-end of the car and also the centre console. From the new images, it is evident that the overall car is now curvier and sheds off the boxy look the existing variant adorns.
Coming to the rear end of the car, it looks less boxy. The numberplate is now at the centre of the bootlid, horizontal slashes across the rear help break up the mass of the square boot and Mahindra designers have inserted what look like LED in the new tail-lamps.
With the refreshed model, the Verito now looks more upmarket and makes clear that they would want to play a serious game in this segment, which, in this guise, should stand up much better to competition like the Toyota Etios and Maruti Dzire.
As reported yesterday, the Verito will continue to be powered by a 1.4 Petrol Multi Point Fuel Injection (MPFI) engine and 1.5 Diesel Common Rail Direct Fuel Injection (CRDI) engine. The diesel variant offers ARAI certified diesel mileage of 21.03 kmpl.
Like the current version, the Verito facelift may offer the widest backseat in its class and Bootspace with a capacity of 510 litres, the largest in its category. In terms of safety the car is equipped with ABS with EBD, SRS airbag, Side impact beams and Anti-theft Engine immobilizer.
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Source – AutoCarIndia