The Volkswagen Vento is available with a discount of INR 70,000 in Mumbai. This makes a Vento a good option to consider. VW had launched a new variant of the Vento some time back This is called the Highline Plus, the price of which starts at INR 12.2 lakhs (on-road, Mumbai). This new variant comes with added new features. The Volkswagen Vento is a strong player in the Mid-size segment. It comes in both petrol and diesel engines. Read on further to know more about the Volkswagen Vento.
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Announcing the launch of the Vento Highline Plus, Thierry Lespiaucq, Managing Director, Volkswagen Group Sales India Pvt. Ltd. said, “The Vento has been an integral part of the Volkswagen portfolio in India and we are delighted to launch the Vento Highline Plus that personifies Volkswagen’s characteristic DNA with aesthetic design elements, superior technology and unmatched safety features. It is our constant endeavor to make the Vento a car of choice for young families and working professionals and the highline plus is aimed at that direction, we are positive that customers will find resonance in the car.”
Along with the added features, the Vento boasts of OVRM turn indicators, Zirkonia alloy wheels, 3D effect tail lamps on the exterior. The interior is packed with automatic rain sensing wipers, rear air-conditioning vents, auto-dimming IRVM, cooled glove box and a multi-function steering wheel. Post its launch in 2010, Volkswagen has continuously invested in enhancing the Vento with additional features at regular intervals. Embodying Volkswagen’s characteristic DNA of safety, build quality and drivability, the Vento comes fitted with ABS and dual front air-bags as standard fitment.
Vento Highline plus is now available at all Volkswagen showrooms across India.
Volkswagen Vento Price in India
|Volkswagen Vento variants||on-road price, Mumbai|
INR 9.0 lakhs
INR 10.18 lakhs
INR 11.2 lakhs
Comfortline petrol AT
INR 11.5 lakhs
Highline Plus Petrol
INR 12.2 lakhs
Highline Petrol AT
INR 12.5 lakhs
Highline Plus Petrol AT
INR 13.6 lakhs
INR 10.5 lakhs
INR 11.6 lakhs
INR 13.7 lakhs
Comfortline Diesel AT
INR 13.1 lakhs
Highline Diesel AT
INR 12.6 lakhs
Highline Plus Diesel
INR 13.7 lakhs
Highline Plus Diesel AT
INR 15.1 lakhs
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Volkswagen Vento Features
- Full LED headlamps
- Daytime running LEDs
- Zirkonia alloy wheels
- 3D tail lamps
- ORVM turn indicators
- Static Cornering Lamps
- Touchscreen system
- Leather Seats
- Rain sensing wipers
- Reverse camera
- Rear AC
- Cooled glovebox
Safety and Security
- Dual airbags
- ABS with EBD
- ESP (only on automatics)
- Hill-assist (only on automatics)
Volkswagen Vento Dimensions
|Ground Clearance||163 mm|
|Kerb Weight||1233 kg|
Volkswagen Vento Specifications
|Engine 1||1.2-litre TSI Petrol|
|Transmission||5-speed Manual / 7-speed Auto|
|Engine 2||1.5-litre TDI Diesel|
|Transmission||5-speed Manual / 7-speed Auto|
Volkswagen Vento Mileage
|Area||Petrol||Petrol Auto (TSI)||Diesel||Diesel Auto|
|City||11 km/l||12 km/l||16 km/l||16.5km/l|
|Highway||14 km/l||15 km/l||19 km/l||19km/l|
|ARAI Claimed||15 km/l||16.93 km/l||20.34 km/l||21.21km/l|
The diesel engine and the petrol (TSI) engines are highly efficient on the Vento. These aren’t just powerful but also return a better efficiency too. On the other hand, the 1.6-litre petrol engine isn’t the most powerful offering and is the least efficient of the lot. But then, this engine is the most affordable too.
Volkswagen Vento Colours
Vento is made available in five colour options. These are:
- Titanium Beige
- Carbon Steel
- Candy White
- Toffee Brown
- Reflex Silver
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Volkswagen Vento Design
The new Volkswagen Vento has not undergone any major changes but the still good enough to make it into the priority list of buyers in that segment. While mechanically the car remains identical, cosmetically a few subtle upgrades have made a difference to the appearance.
On the exterior, the Volkswagen Vento now gets the signature VW grille, reminiscent of the Passat. It is wider and broader now, with three chrome slats, alongwith a new bumper. The bonnet also gets deeper creases which add to the crisp looks of the car and the airdam is restyled with a prominent chrome strip.
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Volkswagen Vento Interior
While the headlamps of the Volkswagen Vento remain the same, the round fog lamps are replaced by new ones with integrated cornering lamps. New alloy wheels, borrowed from the Polo look neat. The rear view mirrors now come with LED turn indicators and also are electrically foldable. Tails lamps have new internals that make it look smart. There is a new chrome lining on the boot, to make it look premium and a new rear bumper with chrome inserts and reflectors.
Another addition is a soft touch release button on the boot, in addition to the earlier release buttons in the cabin and on the remote. The door handles also get a dash of chrome on the top portion. A new interior colour theme which VW calls the ‘Walnut Desert Beige’ welcomes you inside.
The layout remains the same. It finds some welcome features like cruise control, a cooled glovebox, which was always spacious. I personally liked is the new dead pedal, which goes a long way in improving driving comfort.
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Volkswagen Vento Engine and Transmission
According to VW, the new Volkswagen Vento has a 7% more efficiency in fuel consumption, making it more competitive. We drove the Diesel – TDI with the 7-speed DSG (Auto) and the car again impressed us as it retains the same virtues of being a responsive and spirited performer. The gearbox though, has a certain initial lag. Also, what was noticed was that on releasing the brakes (in Drive mode), the car leaps ahead suddenly (forward or reverse) and one needs to be careful, especially in bumper to bumper driving situations.
The suspension setup remains the same, offering a pliant ride and good overall composure, which is certainly a highlight of the Volkswagen Vento.
The Volkswagen Vento was always a competitive car in the C+ segment, having some unparalleled virtues. These virtues like a robust build, good ride and handling and a responsive engine are still retained and in addition it gets some features that are now desired by customers in this segment.