German automaker Volkswagen has declared that it will build the costs of its Polo and Vento models in India from January 2021. As indicated by the automaker, both the models will see a climb of up to 2.5% inferable from expanded information costs following the COVID-19 pandemic. The new costs are relied upon to be declared in the coming days.
Volkswagen Polo And Vento: All You Can Know About
The Volkswagen Polo and Vento highlight an inclining roofline, a tight grille with honeycomb network, a trapezoidal air dam, and a strong hat. For lighting, there are flexible cornering headlights and haze lights. The Polo hatchback and Vento car likewise sport passed out B-columns, power-movable ORVMs, and 16-inch composite wheels. They have a wheelbase of 2,470mm and 2,553mm, individually.
The Volkswagen Polo and Vento have an extensive 5-seater lodge with a double tone dashboard, a cowhide wrapped customizable directing wheel, power windows, programmed atmosphere control, and back AC vents. They additionally offer a touchscreen infotainment comfort with help for Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and ‘Application Connect’ innovation. For the security of travelers, there are different airbags, a motor immobilizer, back stopping sensors, and crash sensors.
Both the Polo and Vento run on a BS6-agreeable 1.0-liter super petroleum motor that makes 108.62hp of most extreme force and a pinnacle force of 175Nm. The Polo is accessible with three gearbox choices: a 5-speed manual, a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed programmed. In the interim, the transmission obligations on the Vento are taken care of by a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed programmed gearbox.
What About The Price?
As of now, the Volkswagen Polo and Vento convey a beginning sticker price of Rs. 5.87 lakh and Rs. 8.93 lakh, individually (the two costs, ex-showroom). Be that as it may, their costs will increment by up to 2.5%, beginning January 2021.