Very recently, we brought you news about Mahindra Verito test vehicles being spotted under textile camouflage doing some test rounds on the Indian roads. Looking at the spy shots, we were able to tell you many of the changes that Mahindra has incorporated in the facelifted Verito. In addition to it, very recently a Team BHP reader has caught the facelifted Verito with temporary license plates and heavy camouflage doing test rounds in Tamil Nadu.
The Mahindra Verito, originally launched by Renault in India in a tie-up with Mahindra saw sharp decline in sales since it didn’t receive any upgrades with the passing years. Although, a very reliable car well suited for the Indian road conditions, the car never caught the Indian consumers’ attention. Now, after Mahindra has taken over the rights to manufacture and sell the vehicle in the Indian market from Renault, they are not letting it become a vehicle of the past.
Work is already on regarding a compact version of the model, but there is still some more time for it to get launched. The facelifted Verito gets a slightly revised front fascia and rear section. However, the differences wouldn’t be very obvious to the general public. Whether the company has carried out any changes to the interiors is still unknown. Under the hood, the 1.5-litre dCi engine will be the same producing 65 BHP of power and 160 NM of torque.
Spy Pictures Source – Team-BHP