Sedan, Manual, 1,598 cc, Petrol, 15.04 kmpl
Ex-Showroom Price (Delhi)
The Volkswagen Vento is the entry-level sedan from the German car making giant. The Vento is based on the Polo and they are built on the same platform. The Vento was launched in India 2010 and it was also built specifically for the Indian market. The Skoda Rapid also shares the same platform and is essentially the same car. The Vento competes with the Fiat Linea, Hyundai Verna and Honda Amaze. For 2014 the vento has undergone a minor facelift.
Shriram Jahagirdar #437
Reviewed on Oct 24, 2013
I recently replaced my Tata Indigo Marina with Volkswagen Highline Petrol 1.6. Cute looks, silent Cabin, good Interiors, utility based features, nice driving comfort, excellent handling at all speeds are the very good points to be noted by everyone buying the same. Little noisier engine is the only negative point in this car otherwise it is a gem from.
Vineet Maheshwari #413
Reviewed on May 06, 2013
Not value for money, coampany is not listening you and very poor accessories quality. No resale value. Really bad choice. I can say the worst sedan car. I, m using this car for last 2 years. pls do not choose this car
Reviewed on Nov 18, 2011
I bought a Vento by exchanging my Wagon R. Before buying the car I inquired with some of my friends about Vento and Linea and they suggested Vento as it is a new model compared to two year old Linea. The ground clearance may be more in Vento. When I took the car to Munnar I found that the ground clearance is as same as Linea and there is no engine protection cover like Linea. My my vehicle hit on ditch on road and my AC compressor got damaged. My vehicle has been towed to the dealer and when I inquired, they says this is a normal problem on Vento. I am very much unhappy because of the maintenance cost of this vehicle. The clutch has gone twice in 12000 kms. The decision I took to buy this car was a wrong decision