Mahindra launches Verito in all new avatar at a starting price of Rs. 5.27 lakh
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In its endeavour to capture the mass sedan segment in the Indian auto market, Mahindra & Mahindra, the country’s leading utility vehicle maker has introduced its sedan, Verito in a rejuvenated avatar in the price range of Rs. 5.27 lakh to Rs. 7.14 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
The new sedan encompasses stylish and upbeat stance with versatile facelift that renders the new Verito an elegant and smooth finish. The car is designed to sport a whole package of 23 amendments combined with upscale ergonomics, restyled exterior and interior appearance equipped with class leading safety features.
Mr. Pravin Shah, Chief Executive – Automotive Division, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd, quoted, I am sure that the New Look Verito will heighten its appeal not only amongst its core customers but also amongst people looking at options for a more stylish sedan. In fact, the best in class mileage, features, space and comfort combined with the attractive price of the new Verito will make it a truly irresistible value proposition. The Verito, which has always been a sensible buy, is now even more attractive with its enhanced style quotient."
Loaded with high powered Renault 1.5 LDCi diesel engine and Renault 1.4 L MPFi petrol engine, the all new Verito will be offered in two petrol and three diesel variants.
On the exteriors, the new Mahindra Verito incorporates flowing lines, creases aptly blended with masculine body lines with staunch cuts and fabrication of chrome accents and new dynamic lights gives the sedan a distinguished identity. The premium sedan will be offered in eight enticing colour options.
The launch of the new Mahindra Verito is anticipated to intensify the competition among its rivals like Maruti Suzuki Dzire and Toyota Etios.
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