Volkswagen Vento In India

images (22)Put a boot on your hatch and change it to a sedan; it has been a hit system which has been used by many car creators in India. The German auto company, Volkswagen also fell for it and provided a boot equipped edition of Polo with the name of Vento. It was not the very first time that we saw an automobile changing out of a hatchback as the idea was started much before by Tata with their car, Indigo CS. This was again followed by the Maruti Suzuki with the boot edition of swift, which was named as swift Dzire. The idea might have been the same for Vento but what actually classified it from such cars was that it was not a entry level automobile but, it was India’s the first top quality mid sized car which was an extended edition of its hatchback.

Volkswagen Vento came out with two 1.6L engine choices in India with one each of diesel and petrol. The 1.6L diesel engine of the Vento churns out a power of 105 bhp with its highest possible torque of 250Nm at 1500rpm.This TDI motor is prepared with a five speed manual gear box. The petrol unit of Vento is 4 cylinder, 16valves, DOHC engine. It’s peak power is of 105bhp at 5250rpm and draws out a torque of 153Nm at 3800rpm.This engine is mated with a 5-speed gear box and is also available with a six-speed automated gearbox. Now, lately Volkswagen has included another 1.2L turbocharged petrol engine to the line-up. This has a power manufacturing of 105bhp that is just like the 1.6L motor but gets a significant push in its torque and is a large 175Nm of torque which is available as beginning as 1500rpm. This engine is only available with a 7-speed dual clutch gear box.

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