Pros : Composed exterior, Vento borrowed Interior
Cons : Looks could have been different from its family, diesel engine is not there
As an auto enthusiast, I keep an eye on what's buzzing in the automotive world and recently I came across that VW has launched a new vehicle in the compact sedan segment, the Ameo.
At first glance, anybody can make out that it's a VW car thanks to its siblings inspired looks (Don't know if VW has any other design Polo, Vento, Jetta - all have the same front profile). Compared to the competition, I feel Tata Zest has the morecomplete profile with the boot perfectly blending with the overall structure. The Ameo ranks second in this while the Dzire has the worst looks in the segment. In pictures, the Ameo looks good, don't know how it will appear on the road.
The interior is the section where the Ameo scores really high with the top-notch VW quality at work. I believe this is the most value for money deal as it carries most of the features of their mid-size sedan, the Vento and their hatch, the Polo.
VW has almost nailed the competition with aggressive pricing that is lower than most of the competition. I would request all the people out there who are looking to go for a compact sedan to please check the VW Vento; it's certainly a value for money car.
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