The Attractive Features and Pricing of the Newly Launched Vento

The much-awaited Volkswagen Vento finally entered India and the pricing seems to be quite reasonable for a car packed with so many features. Volkswagen claims that the Vento has been strapped with the best-in-class features and German engineering and believes that it will set a benchmark in its segment. The car has been built exclusively for India and auto maker is confident the new car will add strength to its inventory. Here’s a note on the car; its features and pricing.
Volkswagen had committed to India that it would offer quality products at low prices and the Vento happens to be an extension of that commitment. The Vento sedan comes in both petrol and diesel versions. The petrol Vento has been strapped What Is Good Mileage For A Used Truck with a 1.6-litre motor that expels 103 bhp at 5250 rpm and maximum torque of 153 NM at 3800 rpm. This engine has been coupled with a 5-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic transmission which deliver 15.83 kmpl and 14.4 kmpl respectively.
The diesel Vento too gets a 1.6 litre motor which spews out 103 bhp at 4400 rpm and a maximum torque of 1500-2500 rpm. Here, in the diesel Vento, the engine has been mated with a 5-speed manual slush box. The diesel variant delivers mileage of 20.54 kmpl. Both, the petrol and diesel Vento are available in the country as Trendline and Highline variants.
The interiors come loaded with comfort features. There is a storage section in the front doors where a 1 litre bottle fits in easily. There’s also space in the glove box for sunglass storage. The arm rests in the front and rear, foldable roof handles with coat hooks, cup holders and Livon fabric upholstery speak of the high design quality that Volkswagen has used for the Vento.
On the outside, the Vento gets body coloured bumpers and door handles. The chrome accentuation on the grille adds a sophisticated finish to the exteriors. The mirrors in the Highline variant and rough road package with enhanced ground clearance make the car look aggressive. The Vento’s partially zinc coated body comes backed with a 6-year anti-rust warranty.
The Volkswagen Vento also emphasizes on passenger safety. The Highline comes strapped with ABS, airbags in the front for driver and co-driver, anti-theft alarm system with interior surveillance and back up alarm to ensure maximum safety.
The Vento Highline comes with an adjustable front co-driver seat from the rear to add to comfort. For entertainment on the drive, a CD MP3 player with 4 speakers seems to be good Newly Listed Used Cars enough. The Vento Highline also comes with electrically adjustable outside mirrors, climatronic automatic A/C with rear AC vents and a remote control for central locking.
The new car comes with a host of other useful features like a multi-function information display including door opening warning, height-adjustable driver seat and an adjustable steering wheel that enhance driving experience. Be it comfort, safety, space or style; the Vento has it all.
The new car that’s available to customers starting September 6, 2010 has driven into India with prices Rs 6.99 Lakh for the 1.6 Trendline Petrol manual, Rs 8.23 Lakh for the 1.6 Highline Petrol manual, Rs 9.21 Lakh for the 1.6 Highline Petrol automatic, Rs 7.99 lakh for the 1.6 Trendline TDI Diesel manual and Rs 9.23 Lakh for the 1.6 Highline TDI Diesel manual, ex showroom New Delhi.

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