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    Defference between 1.5TDI Trendline and 1.6 Comfortline

    • Cardekho Experts
    • on 26 Mar 2019

    The base variant isn’t a barebones version and gets a host of features such as four power windows, dual airbags, rear parking sensors and ABS. However, there are some omissions such as audio system, remote central locking, electrically adjustable ORVMs, a rear centre armrest (a concern for the chauffeur-driven) and use of smaller 14-inch wheels. If you can do away with these features and restrict yourself to essentials of a car in the budget, the Vento Trendline should suffice your needs. whereas Vento’s Comfortline variant packs in all the basic features that you expect from a modern-day sedan priced at around Rs 10 lakh. Goodies like climate control and cruise control have an aspirational value that you can't put a price for. Still, a premium of around Rs 1 lakh is a bit on the higher side if you consider a la carte prices of the additional equipment that the Comfortline variant gets over the Trendline. If you’re looking for petrol or a diesel automatic sedan, then you can have the automatic transmission option in this variant. The petrol-AT combo is available with a smaller turbocharged engine that is as powerful as the bigger unit and in fact, generates more torque at lower revs. The diesel engine is also paired with a DSG transmission. In order to buy the petrol-AT over manual, you’ll have to spend about Rs 1.4 lakh extra. The difference is similar in diesel’s case at Rs 1.3 lakh. Despite being priced a bit on the higher side, Comfortline is the Vento variant you should go for with any engine-transmission combination as it is more complete in terms of equipment than the Trendline. Moreover, it justifies the extra cost over the variant below better than the more loaded Highline and Highline Plus variants. Moving on, let’s have a look at what more do the next two variants offer.

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    • Cardekho Experts
    • on 25 Mar 2019

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