Volkswagen has been having a fairly good run in the Indian market, with sales bouncing back to 3,055 units in March, from 1909 cars in February. And to ensure it keeps up the momentum, it has launched a limited edition model of the Volkswagen Vento called the Volkswagen Vento Style.
This edition is based on the mid-variant Comfortline model of the Volkswagen Vento, with added features. It is priced at Rs. 8.10 lakh for the petrol Volkswagen Vento Style edition and the diesel variant is priced at Rs. 9.25 lakh ex-showroom Delhi. Also see: April Deals – Volkswagen Vento discount offer
What’s new with the Volkswagen Vento Style?
The Volkswagen Vento Style edition is priced about Rs. 15,000 more than the normal Comfortline petrol and diesel variants of the Vento. For this extra cash, you get a few cosmetic add-ons that personalize the car, making it good value for money as well.
On the exteriors you get a chromed front grille, alloy wheels (set of four), Style badging on the C-pillar, and a chrome highlight strip along the sides. On the interiors, the car gets a soft-feel dual tone seat cover set in fabric and branded door sills. Nothing else is really different compared to the regular Comfortline, except that it is also offered in a new colour – a pepper grey shade (seen earlier on the Volkswagen Polo).
The regular features of the upgraded Comfortline variant continue such as electric mirrors, rear parking sensors, Climatronic AC, integrated USB/Aux-in/SD-Card/CD music system, remote central locking, remote window closing and boot opening, tilt and telescopic steering, height adjustable driver’s seat, front and rear fog lamps etc, continue in the Vento Style edition. Considering the car gets alloy wheels, as well as some small cosmetic add-ons, the price difference between the regular Comfortline and the Vento Style is worth it. Also read: Volkswagen Vento vs Honda City
The car comes with a 1.6 litre petrol engine putting out 104 bhp of power and 153 Nm of torque or a 1.6 litre diesel engine putting out 104 bhp of power and 250 Nm of torque with five speed manual transmissions. It is quite a spacious car with good ride quality, and the added goodies now make the Volkswagen Vento Style a good car to consider among mid size sedans in India. Also read: Maruti launches limited-edition Dzire Regal