Pros : Solid, safe, comfortable, good performance
Cons : Looks, price
Exterior styling is elegant. It's the same with Polo and Vento that's a big setback. There should have been a difference.
However, one good thing that people can see is that Volkswagen doesn't keep badges based on trims like other car brands like Vxi, V, S, etc, that's actually good as most of the premium car manufacturers doesn't do that.
Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) - Interiors doesn't look so attractive but they are really comfortable but again you get very less features. The AC knobs and other things are just strong enough to sustain for a long time. There are no bells and whistles here like that of the City, touch screen, AC, imagine your hands being wet will the AC work then?
Engine Performance, Fuel Economy and Gearbox - The gearbox stores your driving patterns and adjusts accordingly. The gearbox is the main attraction for the car.
Ride Quality & Handling - Driven the car @ 200kmph, just stable at the edge of it limit. The suspension is good.
Final Words - The car is really good, thought of buying Honda City but believe me. The increasing number of sales has got into there heads, Verna is bad with ride quality and the left options were Vento and Rapid. Skoda is not good in service department so finally I went to Volkswagen Vento TDI DSG HIGHLINE
Areas of improvement - service cost should be reduced and competitive features should be updated in parallel to other cars.
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