Mahindra has prepared a facelift for the Verito model which is the Indian version of the Dacia / Renault Logan.
The Dacia Logan or the Renault Logan is sold in different markets all over the world, sometimes with the Nissan badge on its body and sometimes with the Mahindra logo. The Indian version of the Dacia Logan is being sold locally as the Mahindra Verito since 2010 and the car manufacturer has decided that time has come for the low-cost sedan to receive a facelift, in order to make it more appealing to its future customers.
Even if the overall size of the Mahindra Verito is exactly the same as the Dacia Logan, the Indian version of the model has received a completely redesigned front grille with vertical bars and chromed elements, along with a new front bumper and LED lights for the headlamps, which have also been modified. The interior design of the Mahindra Verito hasn’t been left aside either by the company’s engineers and the materials used in the cabin have been improved while the central console has been redesigned. The Mahindra Verito is available with two engines in India, the well-known 1.4 MPI with 75 HP and the 1.5 dCi diesel with 65 HP, both of them mated to a five-speed manual transmission.