Volkswagen Vento came in 2010 and is currently sold in three trims – Highline, Comfortline and Trendline. The car is targeted at people who give priority to top-notch comfort rather than engine ... Read More
Volkswagen Vento came in 2010 and is currently sold in three trims – Highline, Comfortline and Trendline. The car is targeted at people who give priority to top-notch comfort rather than engine performance.
The subcompact comes with petrol unit rated 105 bhp and 153 Nm and diesel engine rated 105 bhp and 250 Nm – both 1.6-liter engines are appreciated for satisfactory performance. The car feels grounded and very relaxed after a super 11 seconds for 0 to 100 km/hr sprint and top speed of 186 km/hr. Another feature that makes the car an attractive buy is efficiencies of 15.8 km/liter for highway in petrol engine and 16 km/liter for diesel.
The wide stance, perfect body language, chrome strips and radiator grille with VW logo – all give an upmarket look to exterior. Inside, the beige color for seats, white back lights for instrument panel, multi-function display and fine leather for steering wheel give the interior a premium avatar.
Skoda Rapid is a strong contender for Volkswagen Vento, as the former gives more legroom to rear passengers. But Vento outdoes Rapid, thanks to the leather upholstery while Rapid has simple fabric for the seats. Vento has more sophisticated touch to the interior with metal-clad gearlever as compared to Rapid’s plain plastic one.
The car has been loved for the ingenious German engineering it features – the performance, efficiency and refined operation of the engine. Customers have loved the stylish looks – be it the cabin or exterior and also the host of useful features
the interior comes with.