We provide the best Vento car service. Volkswagen launched the Polo and Vento facelifts in India a couple of days ago. The Volkswagen Vento facelift has been priced from Rs 8.76 lakh and goes up to Rs 14.34 lakh, all prices ex-showroom. Yes, it's again just a facelift and that too with very minor differences. Volkswagen has been long holding up the launch of the next-gen Polo and Vento in India. Nevertheless, here in this article, we will tell you all that’s new about the Volkswagen Vento facelift. The Volkswagen Vento facelift gets a new gloss-black honeycomb grille with a chrome strip and new bumpers with new fog lamps that have been inspired by the Polo GTI. That was the easiest to spot new features. Others are the way to subtle. It also gets new LED tail lamps and a diffuser at the rear that has also been inspired by the GTI. The new Vento also gets additional black side skirts on the front and the sides.
Interior Features Update Well, there have been absolutely no changes to the interior design of the Vento facelift. None. It is exactly similar to the older one. However, it gets a new feature called Volkswagen Connect in the infotainment system with various features like Service appointment through a smartphone, fuel consumption monitoring, breakdown call, portability between other Volkswagen cars and more. It also alerts the dealer in case of an engine malfunction. Some notable features which have been continued from the pre-facelift model are cruise control, the touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, up to 4 airbags, auto AC with rear vents, full LED headlamps with EBD, rear parking sensor and ABS. The new GT-line introduced the GT-line which until now was only available with Polo. However, with this update, Volkswagen has also introduced the GT-Line in Vento. And the updates are very similar to Polo. The top-spec GT-Line gets some additional visual drama in the form of GT-line decals and GT-line badges on the ORVM and roof as well as the fender. There is also a new wheel design framed in gun-metal gray. The same remains mechanically under the hood, the Volkswagen Polo facelift remains the same. It continues to be powered by a 1.6L, naturally aspirated petrol engine that churns out 105 bhp. This engine is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. It also has a 1.2L, turbo-petrol engine that employs 105 bhp and is housed in a 7-speed DSG gearbox. Like a diesel engine, it continues with a 1.5-liter diesel engine that makes 110PS and is available with a 5-speed manual and 7-speed DSG auto.