Sunday, June 23, 2013

Mahindra Verito Vibe features and price in India

Mahindra and Mahindra recently launched the Verito Vibe, a new version of the Verito with both exterior and interior changes. It competes against the Maruti Swift Dzire and the Honda Amaze. Will the Verito Vibe holds its own in the sedan segment? It does have its merits!

The Looks
The box shape of the front of the Verito Vibe is retained from the Verito. What enhances the shape is the greyish colour grille and the smoky headlamps. At the back, there is a slanted door & high-placed tail lights. The loading area is small though.

On the inside the spaciousness is evident and there should be no complaints from rear passengers. The problem is that there are no air bags for passengers and the driver cannot adjust the seat’s height.

The Performance
Those who have test driven the Verito Vibe say it is great to drive in the city and the suspension does provide for a comfortable ride.  Its mileage is also great, giving up to 16kmpl in the city and over 18kmpl on the highway. It is not meant to be a race car for the highway though!

The Technical Specifications
The Verito Vibe is powered by a 1.5litre turbo-charged diesel engine with max power of 65PS@4,000rpm and max torque of 160nm@2,000rpm.
The other specs:
  • Kerb weight: 1,155kg
  • Boot space: 330l
  • Wheelbase: 2,630mm
  • Ground clearance: 172mm
  • Height: 2,540mm
  • Width: 2,740mm
  • Length: 3,992mm
The Price
The Verito Vibe comes with a price tag of ₹5.7lakh (diesel) and is thus cheaper than the diesel variants of the Swift Dzire and the Honda Amaze. The Vibe does not have a petrol variant.

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