Volkswagen Vento

  • 10 - 13.83 Lakh
    Avg. Ex-showroom Price (incl. GST)
    Mileage
    Mileage
    16 - 18 kmpl
  • Check On Road Price
Provide your contact details for further communication related to Test Drive, EMI options, Offers & Exchange Benefits.
By proceeding ahead you agree to CarTrade visitor agreement, privacy policy and offer terms and conditions.
Thank you THANK YOU!
A car consultant would get in touch with you shortly to assist on your purchase.
Close
We couldn't find any dealerships in your city

Volkswagen Vento Key Specifications

  • Price

    10 Lakh onwards

    Mileage

    16 - 18 kmpl

    Engine

    999 cc

    Transmission

    Manual, Automatic

    Fuel Type

    Petrol

    Seating Capacity

    5 Seater

Quick Facts about Volkswagen Vento

Volkswagen Vento, a Sedan, is available from 10 Lakh to 13.83 Lakh in India. Volkswagen offers the latest Vento in 5 versions in India. The base model Comfortline 1.0 TSI Petrol starts at 10 Lakh in Delhi and the top model Highline Plus 1.0 TSI Automatic is priced at 13.83 Lakh in Delhi. If you are looking for 5 seater car then you should consider Vento.

Vento comes in 5 Petrol version(s).

Petrol version comes with 999cc engine capacity and both manual, automatic transmission mode(s). It generates 109hp power at 5000 rpm.

Volkswagen Vento comes in 6 colors which include Lapiz Blue, Carbon Steel, Toffee Brown, Reflex Silver, Sunset Red, Candy White.

Read More Read Less

Volkswagen Vento Price List (By Variant)

VARIANTS EX-SHOWROOM PRICE (DELHI) COMPARE
Petrol

Comfortline 1.0 TSI Petrol

999 cc | Manual | 16 - 18 kmpl
10 Lakh Check On Road Price

Highline 1.0 TSI Petrol

999 cc | Manual | 16 - 18 kmpl
10 Lakh Check On Road Price

Highline 1.0 TSI Automatic

999 cc | Automatic | 14 - 16 kmpl
12.49 Lakh Check On Road Price

Highline Plus 1.0 TSI Petrol

999 cc | Manual | 16 - 18 kmpl
12.52 Lakh Check On Road Price

Highline Plus 1.0 TSI Automatic

999 cc | Automatic | 14 - 16 kmpl
13.83 Lakh Check On Road Price
Note Note:Volkswagen Vento 1.6L MT Highline Diesel, 1.6L MT Highline Petrol, 1.6L AT Highline Petrol, 1.6L MT Trendline Diesel, 1.6L MT Trendline Petrol, 1.6L MT Comfortline Petrol, 1.6L MT Comfortline Diesel, 1.6L Style Petrol, 1.6L Style Diesel, 1.2L TSI Comfortline AT Petrol, 1.2L TSI Highline AT Petrol, 1.5L MT Trendline Diesel, 1.5L MT Comfortline Diesel, 1.5L MT Highline Diesel, 1.5L Comfortline AT Diesel, 1.5L Highline AT Diesel, 1.6L MT Highline Petrol Magnific, 1.6L MT Comfortline Petrol Magnific, 1.5L MT Comfortline Diesel Magnific, 1.5L MT Highline Diesel Magnific, 1.6L MT Highline Plus Petrol, 1.5L MT Highline Plus Diesel, Preferred Edition Diesel AT, Preferred Edition Diesel, Preferred Edition Petrol, Preferred Edition Petrol AT, 1.2L TSI Highline Plus AT Petrol, 1.5L TDI Highline Plus AT Diesel, Highline 1.6 (P) Connect Edition, Highline 1.5 (D) Connect Edition, CUP Edition Petrol, CUP Edition Diesel, GT Line (P), GT Line (D), Highline 1.2 (P) AT, Highline Plus 1.2 (P) AT, Trendline 1.0 TSI Petrol, Comfortline 1.0 Plus Petrol, Limited TSI Edition, Red and White Edition, Turbo Edition 1.0L TSI have been discontinued.

Volkswagen Vento Price in Popular Cities

11.2 - 15.98 Lakh
11.66 - 16.33 Lakh
12.01 - 17.17 Lakh
11.67 - 16.37 Lakh
11.79 - 16.8 Lakh
11.08 - 15.39 Lakh
Ad

Volkswagen Vento Images

Popular Volkswagen Used Cars

Next Prev

About Volkswagen Vento

Summary

The Volkswagen Vento got its most major upgrade in 2020. This change included a fresh set of cosmetics as well as an expanded feature list. The new Vento is now available in flash red colour option, in addition to the existing colour options like the sunset red, reflex silver candy white, carbon steel, lapiz blue and toffee brown.

Exterior

Changes on the outside of the updated Vento have given it a major lease in terms of shelf life. This list includes a new grille, new bumpers and a new design for the alloy wheels in the top-spec models. The Volkswagen Vento gets a new GT Line edition that features a black roof, GT Line side foil and fender badge, black ORVMs and a rear spoiler.

Interior

The layout of the cabin is unchanged but VW has expanded the feature list. This includes a get touchscreen infotainment system, climate control, dual front airbags, ABS with EBD and an all-black colour scheme. It gets Volkswagen Connect, a connectivity suite that features trip tracker, trip sharing, driver behaviour and statistic tracking, fuel cost monitoring and service malfunction intimation to the dealer.

Engine

The Volkswagen Vento is now only with a 1.0-litre turbo petrol engine producing 109bhp/175Nm and can be had with either a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic.  

 

Ad

Volkswagen Vento Expert Review

Santosh Nair
by Santosh Nair
Article's Main Image

Why would I buy it?

  • Fun to drive
  • Peppy petrol engine

Why would I avoid it?

  • Ageing design
  • Inadequate feature list

Engine and Performance

Right Side View

To breathe by the BS6 regulations, Volkswagen only looked to their direct injection petrol mill to provide power for its Vento line-up; with manual and automatic transmission options. It’s a 109bhp/175Nm 1.0-litre TSI unit, and we’ve covered the manual gearbox variant here. First things first, since this is a three-pot motor, it isn’t surprising to come across a fair degree of the thrum. 

Left Front Three Quarter

In fact, the motor is quite audible on the go, but owing to so much grunt available easily and consistently, you tend to give it a pass. Yep, as the motor revs past 2,000rpm, it lets out a particularly strong and linear power delivery that only tapers off before the 6,000rpm redline, without any hiccups or flat-spots. What eventually hogs the limelight here is when the accelerator is kept fully depressed, illegal speeds come up in a jiffy, whereby aiding overtaking chores considerably. 

Right Rear Three Quarter

With such a strong mid-range grunt at hand, you really don’t need to work this six-speed gearbox hard to go about its duties. Now, although it’s light to the hand, it comes about as a tad too notchy for my taste; makes shifting in a hurry less exciting. Overall, this three-pot does well as a replacement for the earlier petrol/diesel mills barring the obvious NVH levels. Adding some extra zest to the package is VW’s claims of it returning 17.69km to a litre of fuel. A nice number even if you shave off a few in real-world conditions. 

Ride Quality and Handling

Left Rear Three Quarter

Volkswagen has lent its Vento with a rather fine balance between ride and handling. In this regard, the steering not only has a reassuring heft, but it’s also particularly direct too. Both of which mean a great deal to drive fast. However, with about two-and-a-three quarter turns from lock to lock, it isn’t very quick; something that’s evident while parking in a tight spot.

Left Side View

Also, it seems clear that the firm ride quality is to blame when the going gets rough at slower speeds. However, up the pace in the Vento and the damping improves substantially to the extent where most imperfections are traversed upon without the occupants feeling much. Plus, the firm setup also blesses the Vento with good composure, be it highway blasts or corner carving. 

Comfort, Convenience, and Features

Dashboard

The Vento’s insides have noticeably begun to show its age, not just in terms of plastic finish, but also in the use of premium materials; the rivals clearly having the upper hand now. Nevertheless, the beige upholstery/plastic and attractive flat-bottom steering certainly uplift the mood within. Likewise, the ‘German build quality’ still shines through when you hear the doors thud shut.

Front Row Seats

Now despite the Vento being behind its rivals in the game of dimensions, it doesn’t seem that way when seated, owing to the adequate head- and shoulder-room. Besides that, although three passengers can be seated at the rear, the middle occupant will struggle for legroom due to the extended AC vents and protruding transmission tunnel. Plus, if we are to nit-pick (like always), more optimum cushioning and extra under-thigh support are welcome.

Second Row Seats

As regards the features in this top-end Highline Plus model, it comes with climate control, cruise control, height adjustment for the steering wheel as well as the driver’s seat, rear AC vents, and two 12V sockets. The highlight of the centre console is a touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which sounds and works well too.

Bootspace

Safety Features

Front Passenger Airbag

It may not read as much but all the Volkswagen Vento versions get dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, and rear parking sensors. As such, the Highline Plus variant that’s been reviewed for this write-up also gets LED headlights and a reverse parking camera.

Exterior

Left Front Three Quarter

The 2020 Volkswagen Vento we see in the images does away without any changes post the facelift it received in 2019. So as a refresher, it has the restyled bumpers, LED headlights with LED DRLs, and reshaped 16-inch alloy wheels. Since this one is the TSI edition, you’ll notice the decals on the doors which, in my opinion, look bleak. Admittedly, despite Vento’s understated charm, its newer rivals such as the latest Honda City and the Hyundai Verna make a stronger case for themselves.

Right Rear Three Quarter

Conclusion

Right Front Three Quarter

Where the Volkswagen Vento fails to attract with its overall lacklustre aura, it tries to make up for some in the driving department. But, considering our market has increasingly progressed over time, so is the demand for an all-rounder too. Which, the Vento obviously falls short of. Plus, its price that ranges from Rs 11.75 to Rs 16.42 lakh (OTR Mumbai, Manual/Auto) doesn’t really help matters either. Maybe a price cut could lure some hatchback buyers to its reigns, but as of now, there are better choices out there. A rather unfortunate outcome to the dying breed of stimulatingly involving driver’s cars. I need a pint!

Read More

Vento User Reviews

Manjeet Deswal
31st December 2018, 10:11 IST
1 Star Rating 2 Star Rating 3 Star Rating 4 Star Rating 5 Star Rating

Good: Nothing

Bad: VW is a proven cheater and they don't care about their customers one bit. VW has not learnt anything from the hefty fine on cheating in USA. When a company can cheat the most powerful government in the world, how will they care about us? VW sold a faulty car to me last year and I've been trying to put my point across the who's who in VW, both in India and even Germany for more than an year now, but to no avail. The problem is that they sold a faulty car to me. The paint on top corroded with 6 months of buying the car The welding from the joint cracked as well. Within 1 year, the battery had to be replaced and I had to pay for the same. After a few months, the coolant leaked while I was on tour 500 kms away from hometown. This happened within 5 days of getting the car serviced. How on earth can something like this happen within a week of servicing the vehicle. I'm 100% sure that they would have charged lakhs from me had the car not been under warranty. The customer care does not respond at all.

Vento FAQs

The on-road price of the Volkswagen Vento in Delhi starts at 11.2 Lakh for the petrol engine. Meanwhile, the top end model with the petrol engine (Vento Highline Plus 1.0 TSI Automatic) is priced at 15.98 Lakh.

Volkswagen Vento Highline Plus 1.0 TSI Automatic is the highest priced version and boast of the most number of features. The Volkswagen Vento Highline 1.0 TSI Automatic is also loaded with all the required features. You can compare the feature list of Vento Highline Plus 1.0 TSI Automatic and Vento Highline 1.0 TSI Automatic to find out the best suited version for you.

The ARAI reported mileage of Volkswagen Vento is 16 - 18 kmpl.

For the petrol engine, the reported city mileage is 16 kmpl and highway mileage is 18 kmpl. (For Comfortline 1.0 TSI Petrol)

Volkswagen Vento comes with a 999 cc Petrol engine and the price starts at 11.2 Lakh in Delhi. Whereas Skoda Kushaq comes with 999 to 1498 cc Petrol engine and starts a price tag of 12.1 Lakh in Delhi. You can compare Volkswagen Vento and Skoda Kushaq and chose the right car for you.

Volkswagen Vento Colours

Candy White
Carbon Steel
Lapiz Blue
Reflex Silver
Sunset Red
Toffee Brown

Vento Specifications

Note: Specifications for Vento Comfortline 1.0 TSI Petrol (Petrol) have been mentioned

Dimensions, Capacities & Details
Length (mm)
4390
Wheelbase (mm)
2553
Boot Space (L)
494
Width (mm)
1699
Turning Radius (m)
5.2
Fuel Capacity (L)
55
Height (mm)
1467
Ground Clearance (mm)
163
Colors
Candy White, Carbon Steel, Lapiz Blue, Reflex Silver, Sunset Red, Toffee Brown
Seating Capacity
5
Performance
Displacement (cc)
999
Peak Power
109 BHP
@5000 RPM
Peak Torque
175 NM
@1750 RPM
Key Features
Air Conditioner Air Conditioner
Climate control Climate control
Central locking Central locking
CD player CD player
Power steering Power steering
Power windows Power windows
Electrically Adjustable Driver Seat Electrically Adjustable Driver Seat
Steering Mounted Controls Steering Mounted Controls
Steering Adjustment Steering Adjustment
Remote Controlled Boot Remote Controlled Boot
Electrically Adjustable Mirrors Electrically Adjustable Mirrors

Volkswagen Vento News

Volkswagen India introduces Sarvottam 2.0 customer experience program
Volkswagen India introduces Sarvottam 2.0 customer....
Jay Shah
by Jay Shah
30th January 2021 04:24   IST

Volkswagen Vento Volkswagen India has introduced the Sarvottam 2.0 customer experience initiative under ...

BS6 Volkswagen Vento 1.0-litre petrol TSI variant-wise prices revealed
BS6 Volkswagen Vento 1.0-litre petrol TSI variant-....
Nikhil Puthran
by Nikhil Puthran
23rd April 2020 05:51   IST

Volkswagen-Vento-BS6 Volkswagen introduced the BS6 variants of the Vento and the Polo last ...

Volkswagen launches Connect Edition, added features and a new colour
Volkswagen launches Connect Edition, added feature....
Omkar Thakur
by Omkar Thakur
12th October 2018 05:47   IST

With the arrival of the festive season, Volkswagen has sweetened the deals ...

Volkswagen to introduce Vento Sport in India soon
Nikhil Puthran
by Nikhil Puthran
05th March 2018 02:13   IST

German car manufacturer Volkswagen plans to introduce the Vento Sport in India ...

Volkswagen Virtus revealed: to come to India as next-gen Vento
Desirazu Venkat
by Desirazu Venkat
17th November 2017 03:29   IST

The Volkswagen Virtus has finally been unveiled and will come to India ...

Next gen Volkswagen Virtus spotted , speculated for India
CarTrade Editorial Team
by CarTrade Editorial Team
04th August 2017 10:27   IST

The German manufacturer, Volkswagen launched the Vento in 2011 and the C ...

Other Volkswagen Cars

View All
Volkswagen Polo Image
6.17 - 10 Lakh
Ex-showroom, Delhi
Volkswagen T-Roc Image
21.35 Lakh
Ex-showroom, Delhi
Volkswagen Tiguan AllSpace Image
34.2 Lakh
Ex-showroom, Delhi

Used Volkswagen Vento Cars

View All
Click here for
Insurance Quotes