Mahindra Verito Vibe launched at INR 5.63 lakhs – Brochure, Images, inside [Update]

Posted on: Jun 5, 2013 - 3:14pm IST

Update – Press Release, Press shots and our image gallery are added on Page 2 and Page 3.

Wraps have just come off the Mahindra Verito Vibe in Mumbai. The Verito Vibe is the second sub 4 meter car from camp Mahindra, the first being the Mahindra Quanto.

Live Mahindra Verito Vibe launched in India

The Verito Vibe is a chopped version of the Verito/Logan. It has been developed specifically to take advantage of the sub 4 meter small car norms existing here. By ducking under the 4 meter length, the Verito Vibe classifies itself for a 12% duty as compared to the 30% duty existing for cars over 4 meters in length.

The Verito Vibe has been launched only with a 1.5-liter K9K diesel engine (as seen on the Verito sedan). Mahindra would need a petrol engine smaller than 1.2-liters in displacement to classify for the small car norms and this is something they don’t have at the moment. As a result, the Verito Vibe will be a diesel only model. It will come with the same 5-speed manual transmission.

This engine produces 65bhp of power and 160Nm of torque. It has an ARAI certified 20.8km/l. The Vibe measures 3,991mm in length, 1,740mm in width and 1,540mm in height. It has a 2,630mm wheelbase and a boot with 330 liters of space. The ground clearance is 172mm.

Mahindra Verito Vibe launched in India

Three variants are available – D2, D4 and D6. All variants get AC and Power Steering as standard. The top-end D6 features electrically adjustable ORVMs, front and rear power windows, 2-DIN music system with MP3, Aux and USB and remote central locking. The design of the center fascia is different in all three cars with the base D2 getting a moulded fascia while the D6 getting a ‘Cubic Printed’ fascia.

The D6 variant also features alloy wheels, front fog lamps, ABS with EBD, driver airbag and a computerized driver information system.

Exterior wise all variants get roof rails and LED taillights as standard.

We had earlier revealed how the bootlid of the Vibe operates, which is a bit peculiar. However, stay tuned for some high quality images of the boot and the bootlid which are coming your way.

The Vibe has been launched in 7 different colors. It comes with a 3 year/100,000km warranty.

Mahindra Verito Vibe ex-Showroom Mumbai prices

  • Verito Vibe D2 : INR 5.63 lakhs
  • Verito Vibe D4 : INR 5.89 lakhs
  • Verito Vibe D6 : INR 6.49 lakhs

Head over to Page 2 for the official images, press release and brochure.

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11 thoughts on “Mahindra Verito Vibe launched at INR 5.63 lakhs – Brochure, Images, inside [Update]

  1. sandeep gupta says:

    It is to be noted that 30% duty slab is for SUV’s with certain specifications rather cars with greater than 4 mts. length. any one can claim to be No.1 Automotive Website, at least in India if not the world…but being a news media the authenticity and writing FACTS in correct perspective is primary and only objective.

  2. Aatish Gahlawat says:

    M&M, this is enough – pls take pity on car lovers – what rubbish & ugly are you launching ? Today is the era of 25+ KMPL cars & you are exploiting us with 20 KMPL Verito & 17 KMPL Quanto with so high price tags. These 2 cars are not even more than 3 Lacs price tag to attract customers.

    Go to Honda & beg them to give you 26 KMPL engine. Fit it in your cars, write ‘HONDA BORROWED ENGINE’ on your cars…
    Honda’s 1.5 Ltr engine is giving 26 KMPL while you are burning Oil @ 17-20 KMPL – costing badly to India’s oil industry.

    Change your engine portfolio otherwise it is the time for you to start launching Bull-Carts in the market with free pair of Bulls having Mahindra ‘M’ logo.

    Beware of Tata’s worst ever condition in Car market… surely you are the next victim customers’ dislikes.

  3. Ayyappan says:

    As per a report which appeared on Team BHP, M&M doesn’t even expect 1000 Verito Vibes to be sold every month. I think M&M has set the expectations right here. I do not see any city folks buying the Vibe, it should mostly be sold in the village market, just like the Bolero.

    What I’m not able to come to terms with is the fact that they’ve spent 2 years on making an ugly car out of an old, outdated parent Verito platform. They should put in better efforts considering the twin failures of Quanto & the e2O. Personally, I wanted to see wholesale changes to the car to create an impact, than just a superficial makeover. Wish they could have just put in 6-12 months more on this project and created something new and discontinued the Verito models.

    Was expecting a base price tag of 5.25 lacs and after seeing the pricing across variants, realize that the Amaze was so Value For Money. The biggest shocker piece for me was the way the boot opened up. It looks like a locker drawer, how do we get big suitcases in? I’ve never seen something like that in my life time. Absolute mess up !

  4. Dmitry says:

    What next? They will remove doors and 1 wheel and make a 3-wheeler?

  5. ahmad says:

    it is chopped version of logan the spare parts of logan are very very expensive so the vibes part will also be very expensive ,the service of logan and verito on mahindra service centre is very poor the mechanics does not know much about this car . the verito is strugling badly this car will struggle bady . the price of the car is about 50k high

  6. Rahul says:

    Flop !

  7. Deepak Chablani says:

    How much ever I try to like the Verito Vibe, all I can say is that this is the worst product from Mahindra. Stupid from all angles. I was expecting one or the other surprise about the Vibe, but sadly poor product and poor pricing too at the end of it.

    I liked the way Mahindra stepped up the game with XUV500. I know people are complaining about lot of issues and it is not selling that well now as it did initially. At least, it looked very good on the roads. But, the Quanto which came after that was a real eye sore to be honest and naturally, didn’t do well. Now, the strange looking Vibe. Are we seeing mass attrition from the design team at Mahindras ? Have they hired a different design team ? This in quite unbelievable, so sad man.

    1. Umar says:

      Yeah. I’m also trying to like it by looking at different perspective. But still I could not.. IMO after Quanto this is the worst designed car by M&M.

  8. Vinoo Thimmaiah says:

    Seems true. Keep up the good work.

    1. Rahul Agnihotri says:

      Fully Agree with Vinoo Thimmaiah

    2. Hi Vinoo, what do you mean by your comment? Is it directed at us? Thank you and have a nice day!


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