Mahindra has launched the Verito facelift today. The Indian auto maker has made key changes to the car, which although are minor, are very significant. The Verito now has power window controls on the drivers door, rather than on the center console. The wipers have been rightly aligned as well. Mahindra has also given a slight cosmetic makeover to the car’s exteriors and interiors. The Verito has improved in many key areas and the slight update to the front brings it in-line with Mahindra’s family styling.
Mahindra has added more features to the Verito Refresh. The vehicle is offered in 5 variants in petrol and diesel. The petrol variants are G2 and G4, while the diesel variants are D2, D4 and D6. The Mahindra Verito Refresh range is priced between Rs. 5.77 lakhs for the base petrol G2, while the top end diesel D6 is priced at Rs. 8.12 lakhs (all prices on-road, New Delhi).. There are no changes to the engines, which continue to produces 75 BHP and 110 Nm for the petrol Verito and 65 BHP and 160 Nm for the diesel Verito.
Mahindra Verito Refresh Pricing (ex-showroom, Delhi) –
Verito G2 – Rs. 5.27 lakhs
Verito G4 – Rs. 5.49 lakhs
Verito D2 – Rs. 6.26 lakhs
Verito D4 – Rs. 6.48 lakhs
Verito D6 – Rs. 7.14 lakhs
The Mahindra Verito gets a new front grille, new eyebrow headlights, new fog lights, new wheel caps/alloy wheels, roof rails, new boot lid, blackened pillars, clear-lens tail lights, chrome inserts all around, new upholstery, two-tone instrument cluster, new center console, Variometric AC, new door handles and new grab handles. Mahindra says there are 23 new changes and features on the new look Verito. The car is available in 8 colours – red, white, blue, black, beige, grey, brown and silver. Compact Verito coming this fiscal and the regular model might not be discontinued if it performs well.