Here is a summary of all the different versions that the Volkswagen Vento BS6 comes in. There are 8 different trim levels on offer with the most affordable being the Trendline Non-Metallic 1.0 version. The number of manual versions are 6 while the number of automatic trims are 2. Each version's ARAI rated fuel economy is also mentioned below. To know more about each version, click its name below.
|Trendline Non-Metallic 1.0 Petrol,Upto 17.69,Manual||₹ 9.09 Lakh|
|Trendline Metallic 1.0Petrol,Upto 17.69,Manual||₹ 9.19 Lakh|
|Comfort Line Metallic 1.0Petrol,Upto 17.69,Manual||₹ 10.00 Lakh|
The Volkswagen Vento BS6 is one of the 6 different models from the house of Volkswagen. Prices for this Sedan start from Rs 909000 and buyers can pick from as many as 8 different versions. The transmission options on the Volkswagen Vento BS6 include both Manual and Automatic gearbox. The Vento offers a max power of 110PS@5000rpm. Some of the main rivals include Hyundai Verna and Mahindra eVerito.
I have a 2018 VW Vento highline TDI. The car has run for about 40 thousand kilometres so far and has not given any sort of problems to me till now. The elegant and subtle design language makes it one of the best looking cars in the segment while the interiors too are very comfortable. The seats provide optimum comfort and the ride and handling balance of the car is also great which makes it a great long mile-muncher. The manual transmission is easy to use but the clutch is a little too heavy for my liking. The engine pulls effortlessly and I like driving this car on the ghat roads. The fuel economy from this car stand at around 14-15 KMPL which I think is decent for a car of this size and weight. The after sales support from Volkswagen too has been great so far.
Volkswagen Vento 1.0L TSI The plan for owning a German sedan was about a year long wait as I was adding money to my budget to own this car. The Vento has a timeless design and the simple things in this makes it a great car. Like the superb build wquality or the 6-speed AT gearbox and the peppy petrol motor. My daily running is less than 20 km so obviously a petrol option was the only choice. Just when I made up my mind of owning a 1.6L Vento, Volkswagen discontinued the car and brought in 1.0L TSI motor. I was disappointed and that what fun it would be. Well, I was wrong as on the test drive with the 6-speed AT, it proved me wrong. It has a 110 bhp peppy motor and provides a healthy torque of 175 Nm. Whatâ€™s interesting is that I am getting a mileage of 12 km/l which is great in my commute. I wish it was much higher but thatâ€™s fine. I have opted for the aftermarket sound system and they are just great. Till now I have covered about 1000 km in this one and have faced no major problem.
Volkswagen Vento 1.5L TDI In my two years of ownership report and about 50,000 km of driving this sedan I can proudly say that the driving pleasure is nothing compared to this car. I have covered 600-700 km on a daily basis and honestly, I did not feel tired at any time. I love the ride quality, suspension and the powerful diesel motor. The areas where Volkswagen can improve itself is the service and maintenance as the parts on this one is too high. I am waiting for my warranty to finish so that I can get it serviced from outside by our local mechanic who uses genuine Volkswagen parts. I have achieved the highest mileage of 20 km/l which is great. Else the mileage sticks between 18 km/l â€“ 20 km/l.
Volkswagen Vento 1.6L TDI I own a 2012 model of Vento which came with a bigger diesel engine. This is a stage 1 tuned sedan and now produces 120 bhp which is greater than new City and Verna. I have completed about 1 lakh km on this and till now I have not faced any major problem. I have opted for aftermarket brake pads and air filter which helps in performance of this car. One thing Volkswagen could have improved is the design of this car. I am not complaining it since I own a 2012 model but for future buyers as they are getting a dated design. All my services have been done by Volkswagen itself and the car is running buttery smooth!
Volkswagen Vento 1.0L TSI Highline I picked up the Highline variant of Vento and to be honest this is my longest dream to own a Volkswagen. Right from the build quality to the the refined petrol motor, I am loving the Volkswagen experience. I drive the automatic version with 6-speed auto and honestly, the 1.0L TSI motor revvs and asks for more. The torque is sufficient and I could not think of driving any other car apart from Vento. This is my third car and is mostly for city runs. I have covered nearly 3,000 km in this one. Volkswagen could have inproved the design of the sedan and could have offered more features as this one really is an old design. Thereâ€™s hardly any difference to the Vento which was launched 10 years ago and this one.
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