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PostSubject: More travelling in Verito   Mon Oct 10, 2011 9:29 pm

Friends. I am happy that a number of readers of this forum and other have been soliciting my advice for buying Verito. Well! I tried to tender sane and objective suggestions and many have bought Verito. Good luck to them and congratulations.


Here is my latest experience with Verito. Four days ago, I travelled a distance of 600 kilometers in my Verito D4. I passed through hill track (180 Kilometers), very bad roads of Himachal and Uttarakhand (about 70 kilometers) and rest on good highways. The car gave no problem at all and absorbed the potholes very efficiently. The average consumption of fuel came out to be 24.50 Kms/litre which is real good keeping in view the condition of the roads. I do not push the car to its limits and drive with a moderate velocity of 70 to 80 Kms/ hour. The speed limit on National Highways is 90 Kms/hour. There is some logic behind it. There is no fun in driving like a mad man being chased by a demon. Driving should be fun and an enjoyable experience. As I have said in one of my posts and all of us know very well, high speed even on Freeways does not give any significant advantage in terms of time and fuel savings. But high speed driving increases our stress level and blood pressure leading to wrong judgement (latest unfortunate case of son of Mr. Azharudin) . So drive at a moderate speed and stay healthy.
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PostSubject: Re: More travelling in Verito   Tue Jul 10, 2012 12:45 pm

Dear Friends. I am returning to the forum after a long time. My Verito D4 has completed one year this month and 19000 Kms. It is time to jot down my experience in brief. What I wrote earlier holds good now as well. The car never gave any trouble and I could get 22 Kms/Ltr in the month of June with AC full on. Without AC the car is giving 24 to 25 Kms/Ltr. It is good.

Engine is a bit underpowered but when it touches 2000 rpm or more, car comes to life and the ride becomes more enjoyable. I wish Mahindra people could some more power to this car.

The only problem that I am facing is inability of Mahindra engineers to fit fog lamps in D4. Recently I was told that there is some difference in the front bumper of D4 and D6. Hence if I want to add fog lamps to my D4, I will have to change the bumper (about Rs. 4000.00). Now this is not good. I got the fog lamps from the Mahindra dealer when I purchased the car. Any suggestion will be most welcome. The other minor problem is leakage of air from two tyres. Two tyres lose about 2 to 3 pounds of air in 24 hours. So I have to check air daily. This problem could not be solved by Mahindra people. I will try again. Any suggestions will again be welcome.

To sum up, the car is good family car and I enjoyed driving it. Incidently, I am getting good offers to sell this car. Let us see. Thanks and have a good ride.
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PostSubject: Re: More travelling in Verito   Wed Jul 11, 2012 2:55 am

You have a slow puncture in the two tires ! Get them changed before they become a FAST puncture .You sound to enjoy your car Dont sell it because you will miss it !
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PostSubject: Re: More travelling in Verito   Wed Jul 11, 2012 9:20 am

Thanks Martin 245. I am not going to sell this car. I will ask the dealer to look for those slow punctures. Thanks again. Nice to be in touch with you after such a long time.
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