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Wondering which Volkswagen car you should buy? We are here to help you purchase best car as per your budget and needs. We provide you the genuine user reviews from the real car owners, latest prices, updated specifications, high-resolution videos & images, best available offers for all Volkswagen car models of 2021 in India.

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There are 7 car models available from Volkswagen in India. Most expensive Volkswagen model is Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace which is priced at Rs. 34.20 Lakh. On the lower end, Volkswagen Polo is the least expensive model which will cost you Rs. 6.27 Lakh. These prices are indicative and may vary. Don't forget to check best Volkswagen offers available near you.

Looking at the Volkswagen cars popularity, Volkswagen Taigun is the highly demanded car model right now. It has a 999-1498 cc engine which can generate 110 - 148 bhp power and 178 Nm @ 1750-4500 rpm torque while giving a 18.1 kmpl mileage .

Here is a brief summary of other popular Volkswagen car models:

Volkswagen car Price List in India 2021

Volkswagen car modelsPriceMileage
Taigun10.50 Lakh18.1 KMPL
Polo6.27 Lakh18.24 KMPL
Vento10.00 Lakh17.69 KMPL
Tiguan Allspace34.20 Lakh14 KMPL
Polo TSI Turbo Edition7.60 Lakh17.74 KMPL
Vento TSI Turbo Edition10.00 Lakh17.69 KMPL
T-Roc21.35 Lakh14 KMPL

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Volkswagen Overview

Volkswagen is one of the most loved car brands among the enthusiasts in India. This German car manufacturer entered the Indian market in the year 2007 and it’s been now more than a decade that it has been serving the Indian car buyers. Volkswagen sells a slew of cars in India ranging from entry-level Polo hatchback to the Tiguan SUV and all its cars are built to last long, they are safe, well equipped, and offer good price to performance value. Volkswagen is also starting kick-starting its India 2.0 project and the German carmaker will soon introduce heavily localized products at affordable price in the country to serve a wide range of audience. Volkswagen is also one of those very few carmakers in India that has a very strong presence in the Indian Motorsports. 


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Volkswagen User Reviews

  • S
    Posted On: 29 July, 2020
    Review for Volkswagen Polo

    Outdated but fun

    I own the 2019 Volkswagen Polo 1.5 TDI and I have clocked more than 17000 km on the ODO. The performance from the diesel engine is very good and it pulls once the turbo spools up. There is some amount of turbo lag and the fuel efficiency is also lower than the competition. The looks of the Polo are outdated but I am happy that it still looks the same, even in 2020. The interior quality is nice and it feels solid with German quality reassurance. The segment-best quality also comes with higher expenses. The service cost is expensive and I am sceptical about the availability of parts as VW has discontinued its diesel engines in India. The rear legroom is not good at all and other hatchbacks do offer more space.

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    Jatin Singh
    Posted On: 01 August, 2020
    Review for Volkswagen Polo

    Polo DSG is fun

    I own a 2019 Volkswagen Polo GT TSI with the 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine and the DSG gearbox. I love spirited driving and so I bought the Polo. It is my first car and I purchased it in November 2019. Till date, I have driven this car for around 3500 kilometres and initial impressions are very very good. The Polo lacks features compared to some other cars in its segment but once you be on the driver seat and drive it, you will just fall in love. I have almost no complains with the Polo as my only priority was good driving feel but it isn’t a good family car as the rear seat isn’t very spacious and it lacks practicality too.

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    Julian Mishra
    Posted On: 30 July, 2020
    Review for Volkswagen Polo

    70k kms in Polo, still too good

    Hi, I bought a Polo diesel in 2014. I own the facelifted Polo which was launched in 2014 itself and I purchased it in November that year. I purchased the diesel engine model as I travel a lot. I have the 1.5-litre TDI diesel mill and it is a gem to drive. This engine is very punchy to drive and delivers great fuel-efficiency too. Till now, I have driven my Polo TDI for around 70,000 kilometres and it still drives like a gem. This diesel motor is really very good. Summing up my ownership review, I would say the Polo is a great car if you want fun to drive hatchback but it lacks space, features and also service isn’t available everywhere.

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    Kamal Jha
    Posted On: 04 August, 2020
    Review for Volkswagen Polo

    Just bought new Polo BS6

    Very recently I bought the new Volkswagen Polo BS6 TSI Edition. I was planning to purchase the Polo and then suddently VW launched the TSI Edition and I really liked its aesthetic appeal and so I went ahead and bought it. I like in Agra, UP and I got my Polo TSI Edition delivered on the 29th of June. In just about one month, I have driven this car for around 400 kilometres inside city and a bit on the Agra-Lucknow expressway too. The BS6 Polo 1.0-litre TSI petrol motor is very fun and engaging to drive. The 6-speed gearbox is also slickshofting and I have faced no problems at all plus it gets so many new and usable features too. I will share my detailed review after the first service of the car.

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