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Mahindra Verito Vibe could leave the market soon

Mahindra Verito Vibe

In the year 2007 was launched to market Indian a highlighted version of the Dacia Logan European and was called Mahindra Verito. However high loads tax India models that exceed 4 metres in length made the Asian brand and its partner Renault decided to launch a smaller version. For this reason, in 2013 became market Mahindra Verito Vibe, the hindu version of the Dacia Logan’s first generation.

This new model came to the market to meet the needs of customers who needed a large space inside but did not have a budget more loose. In addition, as in the India Motors diesel are less penalized Mahindra Verito Vibe uses origin Renault K9K diesel . This engine is the famous ultra 1.5 liters which in this case delivered 65 HP and a maximum torque of 160 Nm.

Mahindra Verito Vibe

The Sales of the version sedan are good and are holding the type thanks to the companies and taxi drivers. Last year, 2015, sales of Verito 4 doors rose by 52 per cent reaching 2.776 units almost thousand units more than the model sold last year 2014. If we focus on 2016, between April and August sales have grown 10 percent achieving 1.317 units.

However, if sales of the sedan version are holding out in a good way, the Vibe version make it to the floor. According to Business Standard last year Mahindra sold 619 units and 32 unitshave been sold so far of the year only. By the fall of the demand, the company decided to suspend would have production waiting for serve bookings made at dealerships and check if the demand goes up.

Finally, we must mention that Mahindra & Mahindra has not yet confirmed so official this information, even if it has informed that it has not put an end to the manufacture of Verito Vibe or intends to do so. You will have to wait to see what decides the market and customers.

Source – Business Standard

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