Mahindra has launched its new version of Verito, a compact sedan named Verito Vibe. In the first look everyone thinks that it is hatchback. Actually it is a compact sedan with the boot hinged at the bottom of the rear windscreen.
Verito Vibe comes with Renault’s 1.5Litre (1461cc), 4 cylinder, 8 valve engine with a maximum power of 65PS @ 4000rpm and maximum torque of 160Nm @ 2000rpm with a fuel efficiency of 20.8Kmpl.
Verito is really stylish with its carbon finished front grille, champagne alloy wheels, first-in-class light streaming LED tail lamps, wing shaped rear chrome appliqué, streamlined ski racks, smoked glass headlamps, sporty muffler cutter, sporty dual tone rear bumper, bold wheel arches etc.
Vibe has best-in-class cabin space, large 330 litre boot space, widest backseat with three adjustable rear headrests, quadratone dashboard with 2 DIN music system with CD player, MP3, USB, Aux, quick cool AC with ergonomic controls, multi-directional circular AC vents and electronic ORVM controls.
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