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Volkswagen VentoVolkswagen Vento is a 5 seater Sedan available in a price range of Rs. 8.69 - 13.68 Lakh*. It is available in 8 variants, a 999 cc, BS6 and 2 transmission options: Manual & Automatic. Other key specifications of the Vento include a kerb weight of 1175, ground clearance of 163mm and boot space of 494 Liters. The Vento is available in 8 colours. Over 96 User reviews basis Mileage, Performance, Price and overall experience of users for Volkswagen Vento.

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Key Specs of Volkswagen Vento

Engine999 cc
BHP108.62 Bhp
TransmissionManual5 variants
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Volkswagen Vento Turbo EditionVolkswagen Vento 1.0 TSI TrendlineVolkswagen Vento 1.0 TSI ComfortlineVolkswagen Vento 1.0 TSI HighlineVolkswagen Vento 1.0 TSI Highline Plus
Automatic3 variants
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Volkswagen Vento Red And White EditionVolkswagen Vento 1.0 TSI Highline ATVolkswagen Vento 1.0 TSI Highline Plus AT
Mileage16.35 - 17.69 kmpl
Top Features
  • Power Windows Front
  • Anti Lock Braking System
  • Air Conditioner
  • Power Steering
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Vento Latest Update

Latest Update: Volkswagen has launched the Turbo Edition of the Vento.

Volkswagen Vento Price: The sedan is priced between Rs 8.69 lakh and Rs 13.68 lakh (ex-showroom).

Volkswagen Vento Variants: It comes in four variants: Trendline, Comfortline, Highline, and Highline Plus.

Volkswagen Vento Powertrains: Volkswagen provides the Vento with a 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine that churns out 110PS and 175Nm. There is an option between a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed AT gearbox. Their claimed fuel efficiency figures are 17.69kmpl and 16.35kmpl respectively.

Volkswagen Vento Features: It packs features like an auto AC with rear AC vents, auto-dimming IRVM, LED headlamps, reverse parking camera, and a 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Volkswagen Vento Safety: Safety features on offer include up to four airbags, ABS with EBD, and rear parking sensors.

Volkswagen Vento Rivals: The Vento goes up against the Honda City, Hyundai Verna, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Skoda Rapid, and the Toyota Yaris.

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Volkswagen Vento Price

The price of Volkswagen Vento starts at Rs. 8.69 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 13.68 Lakh. Volkswagen Vento is offered in 8 variants - the base model of Vento is Turbo Edition and the top variant Volkswagen Vento 1.0 TSI Highline Plus AT which comes at a price tag of Rs. 13.68 Lakh.

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Volkswagen Vento price list (Variants)

Turbo Edition999 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.69 kmpl3 months waitingRs.8.69 Lakh*
1.0 TSI Trendline999 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.69 kmpl3 months waitingRs.9.09 Lakh*
1.0 TSI Comfortline999 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.69 kmpl3 months waitingRs.9.99 Lakh*
1.0 TSI Highline999 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.69 kmpl3 months waitingRs.9.99 Lakh*
Red And White Edition999 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 16.35 kmpl3 months waitingRs.11.49 Lakh*
1.0 TSI Highline AT999 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 16.35 kmpl3 months waitingRs.12.34 Lakh*
1.0 TSI Highline Plus999 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.69 kmpl3 months waitingRs.12.36 Lakh*
1.0 TSI Highline Plus AT999 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 16.35 kmpl3 months waitingRs.13.68 Lakh*
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Volkswagen Vento Review

Over a decade old now in the same generation, is the Vento still enough car for you to consider buying it in 2021?

The Vento has been a fairly popular car in the country. And while it might not have sold in as high numbers as some of the rivals, it has been on sale for over a decade in the same generation. This has led to the Vento being a very common car on our roads. And while it has received some cosmetic and feature updates over time to keep it relevant, the essence of the Vento has remained rock solid. Can this new powertrain combination in the BS6 era change things up enough for it to deliver an evolved experience?

Competition And Price

With prices starting from Rs 9.09 lakh and going up to Rs 13.68 lakh, the Vento undercuts its key rivals - the Honda City and the Hyundai Verna - by a good margin. However, they are both in their latest generations and offer a more modern experience in terms of looks and features. The Rapid, however, is less expensive by up to Rs 40,000. The Premium for the Vento can be justified with its better looks, LED headlamps and the better transmission tune. 

Verdict

The experience of the Volkswagen Vento has not changed in 2021. It still offers quality over quantity when it comes to features and mechanicals. However, because we have been seeing it on the road for such a long time, the charm of spotting one is no longer there. And when it comes to delivering a 21st-century sedan experience, it misses a lot of features which still holds back the in-cabin experience. 

If you love what the Vento has always stood for - a no-nonsense, mechanically sound sedan - then buying one in 2021 will still make you a happy customer. However, if you are expecting anything else, the competition has moved along.

Exterior

The Vento has received no visual updates in the BS6 shift. Well, that statement is not entirely true because it does get a rather boring looking BS6 sticker on the boot, which I assume will be removed in the dealership itself by most buyers. All the other updates it received during last year’s facelift still stand. So you now get a new underskirts for the bumpers, new LED headlamps and DRls and new bumpers. Even with all of these updates the Vento still looks unmistakably Vento. And what that means is that the overall shape and design is still the same, one that we have been seeing for a decade. And that, while still classy, has lost its appeal. Even a new Vento in today’s age, while classy, no longer looks special on the road. 

Interior

The interiors too remain unchanged. It still is a plush looking cabin with a dual-tone dashboard and beige leatherette seats which feel quite premium. The steering wheel is leather-wrapped as well and feels good to hold. The build feels solid and the fit and finish everywhere is remarkable. However, the hard plastic quality now has started to feel a bit jarring. Overall, the experience of being inside the cabin is a pleasant one. 

In terms of features, the Volkswagen Vento offers a mixed bag. What that means is it offers all the features that you need in a compact sedan, but misses out on the more aspirational and highlight features. It covers all the basics like steering-mounted controls, height-adjustable driver seat, tilt and telescopic steering, all power windows with one-touch operation, cruise control, rain-sensing wipers, and automatic climate control. In terms of infotainment, you get a small touchscreen which supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and is paired to a good music system. However, other basics like a digital MID, charging ports for gadgets and automatic headlamps are missing here. And the list feels lacking especially when considering the fancy features which the competition offers, like a wireless charger, sunroof, a bigger and better infotainment screen and ventilated seats. All of these features help the car feel modern and add convenience in the cabin. 

The Vento has always been kind to rear seat occupants. Good head, knee room, legroom. under-thigh support along with comfortable cushioning. You could even seat three at the back, provided the middle passengers adjusts with the large transmission tunnel. The same is true for the BS6 Vento as well. What has improved is the ride comfort, which we will discuss a little further ahead in the review. However, considering it’s 2021, the rear armrest should have had cup holders, there should have been a USB charger and not a 12V socket at the back, and sunshades would have been a nice addition as well. 

Boot Space

With 494 litres of space on offer, the Vento’s boot will easily accommodate the entire weekend luggage. Three suitcases with laptop bags, no problem. 

Performance

The new 1.0 litre, 3-cylinder, turbo petrol engine is not new anymore. We have driven the same in the Polo and the Skoda Rapid. And even in the Vento, it remains super refined and harshness-free. In fact, this is one of the only 3-cylinder engines out there which behaves in a very 4-cylinder-like manner. It doesn't sound crude--there is just a mild pulse of vibration on ideal and even at higher revs, it feels strong and sounds... well not bad. Output figures at 110PS and 175Nm are the same as the Polo and Rapid as well. 

The low down torque is a bit lacking and the turbo too kicks in post 2000rpm. But a good thing is that this engine is quick to rev post that point and you are hardly ever left waiting for acceleration. In city conditions, the gearbox is quick to downshift and once you cross the 2000rpm mark, the acceleration becomes entertaining. Overtakes are made easy and going for gaps becomes second nature. The in-gear 20-80kmph acceleration took 6.66 seconds, which is impressive. Drive calmly in the city and it returned 12.45kmpl on our efficiency test. 

But driving the Vento, especially compared to the Rapid, with the 6-speed torque converter automatic, feels more civilised. And that is down to the gearbox logic. In the Rapid, the 6-speed automatic likes to hold on to the revs for a longer time before upshifting. In fact, the normal drive mode of the Rapid feels like the Sport mode of the Vento. And because of this, the engine was always audible there and the drive, even in city commutes, never felt calm. The Vento’s logic is much more city-proof. It upshifts just at the right time to let the drive remain calm and relaxing. The shifts are still quick, smooth if you are not being aggressive with downshifts, and timely. This could be one of the best torque converters on sale in this price range. 

If you like driving with a heavy right foot, you will be glad to know that compared to the older 1.2-litre TSI engine, the turbocharger here is bigger, and hence the boost in performance is larger as well. And that's why once you floor the pedal, the revs start climbing, and they don't hesitate taking you all the way upto the 6500rpm redline. Shift to Sport mode and the gearbox starts to hold higher revs so you never fall below the turbo range. The drama of the acceleration feels more engaging with the engine now being audible in the cabin. VBox showed the Vento doing 0-100kmph in 11.04 seconds, which is marginally slower than the Rapid (10.70 seconds). This performance helps its highway overtake and cruising ability as well. In our test, it managed to return 16.52kmpl while cruising. 

However, there are a couple of issues which have been carried over from the Rapid. The initial surge forward that comes while going on and off the brakes in start-stop driving is a bit too strong. And this, in parking spaces and bumper to bumper traffic, becomes bothersome as you have to go back on the brakes to slow the sedan down. And then comes the bothersome lag between going on the throttle and the response from the engine, but this can be overcome by going on the throttle a bit early.

Ride And Handling

Volkswagen has re-tuned the suspension to make the ride more comfortable. The older setup made the sedan handle better, there was constant communication from the road surface inside the cabin. This meant the broken roads and speed breakers often felt harsh to the occupants. This, especially for the rear passengers, was an issue. Now however, the suspension has been made softer. And not just softer, but more sophisticated. The damping now absorbs most of the harshness of the roads and the Vento now deals with bad roads with the plushness of an expensive German car. The noise from the suspension is gone, and while you can still feel that the road surface, it's like distant feedback, and won't bother you. 

The best part of this setup is that it does not take anything away from its fun to drive nature. The handling is still a charm and will bring a bright smile on your face. The Vento remains flat through corners and the steering provides you with enough feedback to be playful on a windy road. The grip from the tyres and and the punch from the engine combined offers you one of the best handling experiences of the segment. 

Pros & Cons of Volkswagen Vento

Things We Like

  • Solid build quality
  • Refined and powerful TSI powertrain
  • Sporty handling
  • Spacious rear seat

Things We Don't Like

  • Misses modern day features
  • Doesn't look special anymore
  • Just one USB charger in the cabin

Stand Out Features

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    Rain sensing wipers

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    All four one-touch power windows

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    Android Auto/Apple CarPlay

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What is the exact on-road price of Volkswagen Vento?

The on-road price of Vento in Delhi starts at Rs. 9,67,826. The on-road price is inclusive of RTO charges and insurance.

What are the latest March offers available on Volkswagen Vento?

For the month of March 2021, 1 offer is available on the Volkswagen Vento in Delhi.

Which car is better Vento or New Rapid?

Vento price starts at Rs 8.69 Lakh ex-showroom and New Rapid price starts Rs 7.79 Lakh ex-showroom. Compare these two models on the basis of their price, features & specs.

What will the EMI or down payment for Volkswagen Vento?

Volkswagen Vento EMI starts at ₹ 18,416 per month for a tenure of 60 months @ 9.8% for a loan amount of Rs 8.71 Lakh & down payment will be ₹ 97,000.

Does the Volkswagen Vento have a sunroof?

Volkswagen Vento does not have a sunroof.

Which variant of Vento have Cruise control, Hill Hold Assist?

Jagadish asked on 1 Mar 2021

Volkswagen Vento 1.0 TSI Highline Plus AT has a hill assist and cruise control f...

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By Cardekho experts on 1 Mar 2021

Should I buy VW Vento by this year(by september 2021) or wait for next generatio...

VenkateshPrasad asked on 10 Feb 2021

As of now, the brand has not made any official announcement for the Vento 2021 h...

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By Cardekho experts on 10 Feb 2021

Which is the suitable tyre for VW Vento (2012), that provides fuel efficiency, w...

VarunJaswal asked on 13 Jan 2021

For this, we would suggest you to have a word with the nearest service center as...

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What about annual maintenance cost of Volkswagen Vento?

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Earlier the estimated maintenance cost of Volkswagen Vento for 3 years was aroun...

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Where is the Vento dealers in Telangana state?

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Why does the Volkswagen vento Highline variant and comfortline variant has the same pricing.What are the difference between those variants

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