Sunday 12 April 2015

Volkswagen Vento Full Review

Volkswagen Vento Full Review

Volkswagen Vento is the sedan version of Volkswagen Polo. So far Honda City is the

Volkswagen Vento is the sedan version of Volkswagen Polo. So far Honda City is the supposedly the best sedan of its segment, VW Group believes that the Vento will overcome the race as this product is designed with ample of innovative technologies, lots of luxury features and all of that coming with attractive price tag. Vento mainly competes with Honda City and the other competitors of this car are Maruti SX4, Tata Manza, Ford Fiesta and Chevrolet Aveo.

Volkswagen Vento, the C-segment car, which has been successful in a competitive market like India, is all set to hit the markets in Middle East and African countries. Volkswagen India Group has plans to export the left hand drive Vento to these countries. It is its success in India that gave the confidence to the company to take it to the African markets. The exports have been in place to South Africa since the last year, and this is enough to prove that the company has been able to produce high quality cars in India at competitive costs. The company can look towards extending their reach to Middle East and neighboring countries. The Volkswagen Vento is a premium sedan offering from the German car maker. Available in diesel and petrol engine options, the Vento is engaging to drive, has German quality refinement and offers ample interior space.

The only grouse in the car is the dearth of gadgets that have now become part of the standard equipment in cars of this segment. Overall, the Volkswagen Vento is a formidable package as a family sedan. Volkswagen Vento has spacious and sophisticated interior that bring pleasant ride to the passenger at terrific traffic Indian roads. It is loaded with ample of comfort and luxurious features like sunglass storage cabin in glove box, one liter bottle holders in front doors, warning triangle holder, coat hooks in foldable roof handles, couple of cup-holders in center console, rear seat back rest, chrome coated AC vents, beige and black dual tone anti-glare dashboard and many other.

Coming to the safety part, Volkswagen Vento is equipped with advanced safety features like Anti-Lock Breaking System with EBD, Anti-theft system, high mount warning lamps, electronic immobilizer, front disc brakes, dual airbags and many more.
The Volkswagen Vento comes with a 1598cc, 4 Cylinder, 8 Valve engine in both petrol and diesel, delivering a maximum power of 105 bhp in both and maximum Torque of 255 Nm in diesel version and 153NM in Petrol.

The standard Vento Gearbox is a 5-speed manual gearbox and the engine features a 4-valve head along with double overhead camshaft. In petrol version, there is an automatic transmission available with a 6 speed box in the Highline variant.
The claimed fuel efficiency of 15KMPL in petrol and 20KMPL in diesel for 1.6 Litre engine is quite impressive.

All in all, the Vento comes in 7 variants in which Trend line, trend line metallic and Highline are common for both petrol and diesel variants. Additionally, the petrol version has Automatic transmission version in Highline variant.

The car is packed with several active and passive safety features like advanced high chassis, side airbags, rigid body shell, five three-point seat belts, ABS, and EBD.
Overall, VW has come up with a complete solution in providing an attractive sedan in 8 to 11 lakh range. Moreover, now VW has ensured faster progress and has for example come up with 3 dealer outlets in around Bangalore city as well as many other cities.

Thus, for anyone looking for an high quality, entry level sedan, the VW Vento is surely a valid alternative.


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