Mahindra E Verito

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₹ 9.50 - ₹ 10.00 Lakh
E Verito Price
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E Verito Specifications
Engine 72 cc
Power 41 bhp
Transmission Automatic
Turbo Charger No
Integrated 2DIN Audio Yes

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Things We Like in E Verito
  • Adequate boot space
  • Interiors are quite roomy and spacious
  • Excellent suspension and superb ride quality
Things We Dont Like in E Verito
  • Safety features such as airbags are not there in any variant
  • Charging points are not available everywhere
  • Car is only suitable for the city commute

Price List of E Verito

Variant Price Specifications  
D2 ₹ 9.50 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
72 cc, 41 bhp, Automatic, Electric(Battery)
D6 ₹ 10.00 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
72 cc, 41 bhp, Automatic, Electric(Battery)
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Mahindra E Verito Price In Popular Cities

  • Ahmedabad

    ₹ 13.17 - ₹ 13.53 Lakh

  • Bangalore

    ₹ 11.63 - ₹ 12.12 Lakh

  • Chandigarh

    ₹ 10.26 - ₹ 10.75 Lakh

  • Chennai

    ₹ 13.17 - ₹ 13.53 Lakh

  • Ghaziabad

    ₹ 13.17 - ₹ 13.53 Lakh

  • Gurgaon

    ₹ 13.17 - ₹ 13.53 Lakh

Mahindra E Verito Colors

E Verito is available in 1 different colors - Diamond White.

  • Diamond White

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E Verito Mileage

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Electric(Battery) km/hr 110 km/hr

Review of E Verito

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


Electric car is still an alien concept in India but manufacturers are steadily coming forward to reap the fruits. Mahindra is one of the auto makers who have been active in this field for quite some time. The company launched another fully electric vehicle after e2o to make advancement in this field. Called as eVerito, it is the only all-electric sedan available in the Indian car market as of now. Mahindra eVerito joined the government fleet as the part of EESL (Energy Efficiency Service Limited) tender. The car is perfect for short driver and easy commute in the city. As it’s the fully electric vehicle, there is no need to be worried about the fuel expenses. Mahindra has shown that it is the more forward thinking manufacturer when it comes to electric cars. Slowly and steadily company progressed and now it has two cars in its portfolio. Mahindra eVerito is considered to be one of the first top products in terms of electric car race as it comes with good styling, nice comfort features and environment free engine under the hood.
On the outside, Mahindra eVerito carries the same old body silhouette as Verito sedan but it still looks fresh due to the chrome detailing. At the front, eVerito gets chrome laden radiator grille and large headlamps at the edge of the bonnet. The front bumper gets fog lamps and large air intakes. The side profile carry the same flared wheel arches from Verito. At the back, the car carries the Electric badge and Mahindra Electric (ME+) for the fast charging panel boasting of its environment friendly intentions. Overall, the appeal of the car is not at all new but it still has decent looks. Dimensionally, Mahindra eVerito measures 4247mm in length, width of 1740mm, height of 1540mm while the wheelbase stands at 2630mm. The boot space offers 510L of luggage. Mahindra eVerito is only accessible in the shades of white namely Diamond White and Desat silver.
Interior part of Mahindra eVerito is quite spacious. As we know it’s the same Verito sedan with electric mechanicals so the inner profile is also same. Dashboard carries the dual tone theme as grey-beige. Its round Air conditioning vents too are covered with silver accent. The dashboard features 2-DIN audio system, AUX and USB port. Seats inside provide comfortable ride and allows the passenger with good back as well as thigh support. Mahindra’s another EV that is the e2o model does gets the proper infotainment unit but to cut the cost for eVerito, company has decided not to carry the same unit that does its duty in e2o plus. The feature includes mobile charging points at front row, electro hydraulic power steering, remote lock, keyless entry, internally adjustable ORVMs, 4-door power windows and fast charging.
Mechanically, it’s the fully electric vehicle, the car is powered by the 200Ah battery that can generate the power output of 41bhp and yields the maximum torque of 91Nm. For delivering the power, eVerito comes with a direct-drive transmission along with the option to elect from Eco or Boost modes. The car has the claimed range of 110km, the top speed is rated as 86kmph. The eVerito also supports regenerative braking that means the power is generated and send to the car every time you hit the brakes. The top variant D6 comes with the option of fast charging. Normally, the car takes around 8-9 hours to be fully charged while fast charging does the job in just 2 hours. Fully charged eVerito lasts the range of 140km.
Mahindra eVerito is the electric version of its regular Verito sedan. So it comes loaded with the same safety aspects as the-verito sedan offers. The feature list includes drive side airbag, auto door lock while driving, seat belt with height adjuster, digital immobilizer, collapsible steering column, side intrusion beam and central locking.
Mahindra eVerito is available in three variants including D2, D4 and D6. In terms of pricing, Mahindra eVerito base trim D2 has been tagged at Rs. 9.5 lakh while the D4 gets the price tag of Rs. 9.75 lakh. The top end model D6 gets the price tag of Rs. 10.0 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi.


Being an electric vehicle, the car witnesses many alterations inside the cabin. These changes include a huge dial surrounded by brushed aluminium. The instrument cluster features tiny blue backlight digital unit showing the driving mode you have selected. Then there is information on State of Charge and fuel economy in the form of simple bars. This is a part of car’s intelligent energy management system that offers real time updates which also includes distance to empty, battery voltage, optimum range, etc. The car also comes with Telematics feature that keeps a tab on 190 parameters allowing you to remote monitoring and diagnostics.
The carmaker looking at the cost has decided to ditch the infotainment as in the Verito and incorporated a single-din audio system that is compatible with USB, Aux and plays music via CDs.
The glovebox is objectively large and illuminates on opening. Unfortunately, to keep the cost within the acceptable limits, Mahindra hasn’t given modern gadgetry that we all have become used to. These features include climate control, steering mounted audio controls, rear ac vents, electrically adjustable ORVM and even adequate bottle holders at the door pockets. However, you do get power windows on all the 4 doors, remote lock and keyless entry and mobile charging point at the front row.
When it comes to comfortable seating and space, however, Mahindra has retained this unique selling point. There is more than adequate head and knee room at both the front and rear rows while the trunk space is humongous 510L which is more than enough for a large family. The driver’s seat not only snugs you comfortably but also gives you commanding view of the road ahead.


The electric sedan appears to be rather fresher than the 8-year old design (logan) would suggest. You will see additional chrome on the vertically stacked grille of which most of us Indians are fond of. And since Mahindra took over the car, there have been so many changes lending a fresh appeal to front fascia. The eyebrow styled headlamp housing incorporates high intensity halogen lamps along with levelling device helping the driver get the proper view of the road ahead. There are prominent creases on the hood that raises its muscular appeal.
The side profile and also the rear are also identical to the regular version, in fact, much similar to the conventional sedans out in the market. However, the difference can be seen in the form of large blue decal shouting ‘verito electric’ and the ‘Fast Charging’ port in a silver and blue combination located on the front fender.
Similar approach can be seen at the back where you can see a green ‘e’ suffix given to the ‘verito’ badge. Rest the rear profile remain the same crispy with revamped tail lamps and the bumper cutting off the visual bulk. The thick strip of chrome on the bootlid with Mahindra badge in the centre is a good finishing touch given to the car.

Mileage Running Cost

If you are driving an electric car, fuel economy shouldn’t be a problem. During the development phase of the car, the company told that the aim is to build an affordable everyday electric sedan and this is clearly reflected in the 110kms drive range. According to company, the figure in ARAI test was relatively higher, around 130kms.
But still for daily commute, charging the car twice or thrice a week will be more than enough. Considering the cost of electricity as Rs.7/unit, the sedan would need 13.91 units for a complete charge.

Comfort Suspension

In terms of suspension and hardware, not much change you will experience in the car. The gross weight is just 70kgs more than the standard version. The eVerito inherits the plush ride quality of Logan with raised suspension giving more pliant ride, absorbing most of the road imperfections with ease. As the engine is silent, you won’t be bothered about the engine noise peeping inside the cabin.
However, the steering is slightly on a heavier side as compared to the standard Verito. The body roll is minimal but the overall ride is planted. One would not find any problem in everyday bumper to bumper driving in cities while looking at the range this car offers, a short highway stint can be done.

Engine Performance

The electric sedan get its power from the 3-phase 72V induction motor that produces 30.5kW of power and the peak torque of 91Nm. The power to the front wheels is transferred via single speed direct drive automatic transmission. The 200A Li-ion electric motor also powers the auxiliary equipment in the car including audio system, headlamps and the air conditioner besides charging the 12V battery on start up. Don’t get surprised if starting the car doesn’t give you the feeling of the conventional cars. Turn the key and after 15 seconds you will hear a slight noise or a delicate ding from the back indicating that the vehicle is ready for action.
After this hint, you just have to press the drive switch placed on the lower right side of the dashboard and voila! You are good to go. Initially, the car creeps forward slightly and for further moving you have to press the F button on the gear lever for moving ahead at a moderate pace. If you want additional surge in the speed, the boost ‘B’ mode will help you quench the thirst of power right to some extent. Acceleration is obviously slower than the conventional cars, however the 0-60-kmph is much quicker than what you get in sibling e2o. The top speed of 86kmph claimed by Mahindra would take a bit of time as well as lengthy stretch of road.
The car comes with a host of technologies including fast charge, revive, boost and brake energy recuperation. The Revive gives you extra range of 8 kms in case of emergency. It can be activated from the instrument cluster enabling you to drive to the nearest charging point. Fast Charge mode with in-built ME fast charging technology reduces the standard charging time of 8 hours to 1 hour 50 minutes. However, this feature is only available on the top end variant. Brake energy recuperation is a standard fitment in all electric and hybrid cars. The technology ensures that whenever you apply brakes, a small amount of energy is stored for future use.

Braking Safety

The braking setup needs special mention. The carmaker has fitted disc brakes upfront and drum at the rear which is very sharp in responding to the call, stopping the car in seconds. In terms of safety, the car seems to be losing the race, may be cost cutting was in the mind. The car doesn’t have ABS and EBD and the airbag is only available on the driver’s side. However, you do get features such as auto door lock while driving, child lock on rear door, seat belt with height adjuster, collapsible steering column, remote lock with keyless entry and digital immobilizer.

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