Volkswagen Polo and Vento Turbo version launched in India at Rs 6.99 lakh

Volkswagen has taken a step forward in affordability and has launched the turbo version of its flagship fashions hatchback Polo and mid-sized sedan Vento priced at Rs 6.99 lakh and Rs 8.69 lakh, respectively.

The brand new version of vehicles brings a extra sporty attraction to the vehicles at a particular worth level and the vehicles will be booked on-line or firm’s dealerships.

The particular version Polo and Vento are powered by Volkswagen’s 1-litre turbocharged stratified injection (TSI) expertise engine with a peak energy of 81kW @5000-5500 rpm and is mated to a 6-speed guide transmission, the corporate mentioned in an announcement.

The options of the automobile embrace auto local weather management, entrance and rear fog lights, rear defogger and wiper, distant central locking, tilt and attain the adjustable steering wheel, energy modify for ORVMs, ambient lighting, a 2-DIN Bluetooth enabled audio system, cooled glovebox, and a rear parcel tray. The Vento additionally provides cruise management and rear AC vents.

The particular version has a shiny black spoiler, ORVM caps, fender badge, and sporty seat covers, and each the carlines provide the climatronic air-conditioning function. Prospects can e book the Turbo version Polo and Vento on-line by the Volkswagen India web site in addition to the closest dealerships, it added.

Volkswagen Polo Turbo version competes with the likes of the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios Turbo and the just lately launched Tata Altroz iTurbo. There’s additionally the Hyundai i20 Turbo, however it sits pretty excessive on the worth vary beginning at Rs 8.80 lakh. The Volkswagen Vento competes with the likes of the Skoda Speedy Rider, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Hyundai Verna, and Toyota Yaris.

Commenting on the launch, Volkswagen Passenger Automobiles India Model Director Ashish Gupta mentioned: “With the Turbo version, our goal is to supply steady and placing enhancements on our common product choices – Polo and Vento that attraction to the discerning Indian clients.”


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