Mahindra Verito 1.5 D2 BS-IV Specifications
|Engine Collaspe [-]|
|Engine Type||4 cylinder, 8 valve|
|Engine Description||1.5 L dCi CRDI (Diesel) engine|
|Engine Displacement (cc)||1461|
|Maximum Power||65PS @ 4000 rpm|
|Maximum Torque||160Nm @2000 rpm|
|No. of Cylinders||4|
Compression Ratio : Compression ratio is the measures the fuel/air mixture is compressed when the piston attains its top level. For instance, a compression ratio of 9.0:1 specifies that the volume of the fuel/air mixture is compressed to 1/9th of it's volume when the piston attains the top of it's level.
|Bore x Stroke
Bore x Stroke : A bore is a measurement of the diameter of the car cylinder, whereas the stroke is the distance where the piston moves upwards and downwards in the cylinder. Change in the ratio of bore to stroke will changes the characteristics of how an engine will churn power. The longer stroke is the better will be the response at the bottom end where as a bigger bore allows the engine to churn better.
Turbo Charger : A turbocharger is a diverging compressor which is powered by a turbine driven by an engine's exhausted gases. The main benefit is that the compressor increases the pressure of air passing in the engine thereby resulting in excellent performance of the car.
Super Charger : A supercharger is an air compressor which compresses air of an internal combustion engine.
|Fuel Supply System||CRDI|
|Valves Per Cylinder
Valves Per Cylinder : The valves of car cylinder intake fuel/air mixture and allow the engine to churn more power, thereby, passing the fuel/air mixture to the combustion chamber of the engine.
Valve Configuration : Valve Configuration is necessary because the intake and exhaust valves are located in the cylinder head of the engine gives the engine better fuel economy and a longer lifespan with less maintenance expenses.
|Dimensions, Weights and Seating Capacity Collaspe [-]|
|Overall Length (mm)||4277|
|Overall Width (mm)||1740|
|Overall Height (mm)||1540|
|Wheel Base (mm)
Wheel Base (mm) : Wheelbase in a car is the distance from the center of the front wheel to the center of the rear wheel which is usually expressed in inches or millimeters (mm).
|Ground Clearance (mm)
Ground Clearance (mm) : Ground Clearance is the distance from the vehicle chassis bottom to the ground surface. In simple words, it is the gap between ground surface and vehicles' bottom surface.
|Boot Space (liter)
Boot Space (liter) : Boot Space/Cargo Volume/Trunk Space or so called "Dikki" of the vehicle is the luggage storage space available at the rear side of the vehicle in which you can store goods. It is calculated in liters, For e.g. : Boot space of Volkswagen Jetta is 527 liters.
|Kerb Weight (kg)
Kerb Weight (kg) : Kerb Weight/Curb Weight is the actual weight of the vehicle without any passengers or luggage in it, but with full fuel tank. It's the base weight which is used in subtraction to calculate the total weight of the vehicle with passengers and luggage.
|Gross Vehicle Weight (kg)||1630|
|No of Doors||4|
|Fuel Collaspe [-]|
|Mileage Highway (km/liter)||21.03|
|Mileage City (km/liter)||17|
|Fuel Tank Capacity (litres)||50|
|Emission Norm Compliance
Emission Norm Compliance : Engine Norm Compliance defines the acceptable limits for exhaust emissions of new vehicles sold. Emission Compliance is determined by running the engine at a decided test procedure. At present, in India we have two types of emission norms, i.e. Bharat Stage IV and Euro IV emission norm compliances.
|Performance Collaspe [-]|
|Acceleration (0-100 kmph)||-|
|Wheels and Tyres Collaspe [-]|
|Wheel Size||14 Inch|
|Wheel Type||Steel Wheels|
|Tyres||185/70 R14 tubeless|
|Transmission Collaspe [-]|
|Gear box||5 Speed|
Clutch Type : Clutch Type is the type clutch which is used in the vehicles for transmitting power to the driving member components and helps to boosts the torque of the car.
|Final Reduction Gear Ratio
Final Reduction Gear Ratio : Front Suspensions are the shock absorbers, springs and linkages which connect the front part of the car to its wheels.
|Suspension System Collaspe [-]|
Front Suspension : Front Suspensions are the shock absorbers, springs and linkages which connect the front part of the car to its wheels.
|Macpherson-type with wishbone link|
Rear Suspension : Rear Suspensions are the shock absorbers, springs and linkages which connect the rear part of the car to its wheels.
|H-Section torsion beam with programmed deflection-coil spring|
|Steering Collaspe [-]|
Steering Column : Steering column is the device which connects steering wheel to the steering, i.e. steering column is a type of holding device or a type of rod which holds the steering wheel of the car.
|Steering Gear Type
Steering Gear Type : It consists of a bridge control which applies tiller, an engine control which is operated jointly by the tiller and hunting gear (when fitted) and a power pump and rudder actuator which constitutes the steering engine.
|Turning Radius (wheel base)
Turning Radius (wheel base) : Turning radius or turning circle of a car represents the size of the smallest circular turn which the car can make.
|Brakes Collaspe [-]|
|Front Brakes||Disc Brakes|
|Rear Brakes||Disc Brakes|