Mahindra is getting ready to upgrade the Verito in India, which is the local version of the popular Dacia Logan, and the model has been spied with some camouflage on its body recently.
While the new generation of the Dacia Logan has been officially presented to the public a few months ago during the 2012 Paris Motor Show, the new version isn’t so catchy with the model’s different variants going on sale across the globe. The best example is coming all the way from India where the Mahindra Verito, the local name for the Dacia / Renault Logan is getting ready for an upgrade.
The images posted below are revealing a design similar to the facelifted version of the Dacia Logan which has made its public debut a few years ago. The “new” Mahindra Verito is rumored to make its way into Indian dealerships by the end of March, this year. Additional details on the model are limited for the moment but as a quick reminder, the brand new Dacia Logan generation is coming with a 1.2 liter 15V petrol engine with 75 HP, with the TCE 90 used in the Clio and Twingo, generating 90 HP and 135 Nm and with the 1.5 dCi diesel, developing 75 HP and 90 HP.
Image Source: Indian Autos Blog