Preferred For : Daily Commute & Family
40% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
Driving it for last 8 years and still Loving it. Never felt unsafe in this car. Sticks to the ground at all speed. Never given any trouble ever. However now feel the need they should focus and ensure safety features such as airbags mandatory for all vehicles.Done 1.4 lakhs KMs and still going strong. The only reason I am planning to get a new car is the parts are not easily available with dealer workshops and Everytime they say they need to procure it from the company. Gives me a feeling the car is not much in use and so dealer workshops do not invest in their parts.I get approx 20 kmpl when travelling to Navi Mumbai and 15-16 when travelling in city (Mumbai). This is after 1.4 lakh KMs and 8 years of constant driving. This vehicle is only for those want a solid car for daily commute and are ok with less features and gimmick.
It is a lemon. Very tight steering. Bad shocks. A rudimentary car. For a car with origins from France it is a very bad car. Maintenance very expensive.
Mahindra verito is a tough and comfortable car. Now its hard for me to find another car to replace it. This is a fantastic car.
Wonderful experience, the power, comfort, the smoothness while driving simply can make everything easy in this car
This is best car according to it's milage, pickup . But it's ground clearance is big problem in hill area.
Confused in making a choice between an entry-level sedan and a premium hatchback? How about something in the middle? Mahindra has chopped its Verito sedan to under 4 metres to offer another viable option. We pit the new Verito Vibe against contenders from two different segments to see if it can prove to be a middle ground!
It's hard to believe but what started out as the Logan has now been transformed into a very attractive sedan indeed!
The Verito is just out of the green room and Mahindra seems to have ironed out most of the issues plaguing the outgoing model, at least as far as styling and ergonomics are concerned. Pricing too has been kept at an enticing Rs 5.27 lakh for the base petrol variant. Here's how the entry-level sedan fares against its competitors