Mahindra Verito 1.5 D2 BS-III (Diesel) Car Review, Specification, Mileage and Price


Mahindra Verito 1.5 D2 BS-III (Diesel) comes with 1.5L, 8V, dCi CRDi Diesel Engine and 5 Speed Manual Transmission, that produce energy of 65 @ 4000 (bhp @ rpm) as well as max torque of 160 @ 2000(Nm @ rpm).

Mahindra Verito 1.5 D2 BS-III (Diesel)

Mahindra Verito 1.5 D2 BS-III (Diesel) Ex Showroom / On Road Price: Rs. 6,73,293
Body Type of Mahindra Verito 1.5 D2 BS-III (Diesel) : Sedan
Mahindra Verito 1.5 D2 BS-III (Diesel) Specification – Find the Engine Specification, Mileage, Car Transmission Details, Dimension of car and tyres, safety features and many other features below.

Engine Type 1.5L, 8V, dCi CRDi Diesel Engine
Engine Size (cc) 1461
No. of Cylinders 4
Max Power (bhp @ rpm) 65 @ 4000
Max Torque (Nm @ rpm) 160 @ 2000
Fuel Type Diesel
Mileage on Highway (kmpl) 21.1
Transmission Type 5 Speed Manual
Overall Length(mm) x Width(mm) x Height(mm) 4247 x 1740 x 1540
Wheelbase (mm) 2630 mm
Ground Clearance (mm) 172
Fuel Tank Capacity (litres) 50
Turning Circle Radius (metres) 5.2
Boot Space (litres) 510
Front Tyres 185 / 70 R14
Rear Tyres 185 / 70 R14
Tubeless Tyres Yes
Gross Weight (kg) 1630
Kerb Weight (kg) 1140
Body Coloured Bumpers Yes
Full Wheel Caps No
Rain Sensing Wipers No
Panoramic Sunroof No
Air Conditioner Manual
Heater Yes
Clean Air Filter Yes
Power Windows (Front) No
Power Windows (Rear) No
Power Steering No
Tilt Function No
Central Locking No
Cruise Control No
Speakers Yes
Audio System (with remote) Yes
Audio Controls on Streeing Wheel No
Bluetooth Connectivity No
USB & Auxiliary Input Yes
CD Player Yes
Seat Capacity 5
Dual SRS Airbags (D+P) No
Passenger Airbags No
Driver Seatbelt Warning No
Brakes Front Disc
Brakes Rear Drum
Immobiliser No
Keyless Entry No
Traction Control No
Door Ajar Warning No
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