Volkswagen Vento 2015-2019

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Vento 2015-2019 Specifications
Engine 1197 cc
Power 103.5 bhp
Transmission Automatic
0-100 Kmph 12.3 Seconds
Driver Airbag Yes
Turbo Charger Yes
USB & Aux Yes

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Things We Like in Vento 2015-2019
  • Well-built from inside and out
  • Powerful and fuel efficient diesel engine
  • Fully loaded with features such as rain sensing wipers, touchscreen infotainment, reverse camera, etc.
Things We Dont Like in Vento 2015-2019
  • Low ground clearance
  • Oldest cars in the segment with no major style changes
  • Lack of service network

Price List of Vento 2015-2019

Variant Price Specifications  
Sport 1.2 TSI AT ₹ 12.87 Lakh*
Ex-Showroom Price
1197 cc, 103.5 bhp, Automatic, Petrol

Volkswagen Vento 2015-2019 Price In Popular Cities

  • Ahmedabad

    ₹ 8.19 - ₹ 13.87 Lakh

  • Bangalore

    ₹ 8.19 - ₹ 13.76 Lakh

  • Chandigarh

    ₹ 8.19 - ₹ 13.76 Lakh

  • Chennai

    ₹ 8.19 - ₹ 13.76 Lakh

  • Ghaziabad

    ₹ 8.19 - ₹ 13.76 Lakh

  • Gurgaon

    ₹ 8.19 - ₹ 13.76 Lakh

Volkswagen Vento 2015-2019 Colors

Vento 2015-2019 is available in 5 different colors - Glacier White, Reflex Silver, Carbon Steel, Toffee Brown and Titanium Beige.

  • Glacier White

  • Reflex Silver

  • Carbon Steel

  • Toffee Brown

  • Titanium Beige

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Review of Vento 2015-2019

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


The Volkswagen Vento is a Polo based saloon that sits above Ameo sedan. An important vehicle in the hot C-segment, Vento was first introduced in India in the year 2010 and has been facing the test of times since its launch. The carmaker has been giving timely updates to the vehicle with the latest being the 2017 model. The car continues to share Polo hatchback’s platform with some exterior and interior tweaks. Just recently, the German automaker has added the top of the line Sport variant with sporty exteriors and plush interiors.
The exterior styling of the Volkswagen Vento is now more in line with the elder sibling Jetta. It has grown in length and width as compared to the first version launched in 2010. At the front, the car boast of all-LED headlamps with a bold bumper and three-slate grille finished in chrome. The car also features rectangular fog lamps with integrated cornering lights. Deeper creases can be seen on the bonnet which raises its muscular appeal. At the side, the car has been bestowed with bold set of alloys with door handles finished in chrome.
The rear profile features 3D effect LED tail lamps and revised bumper. The chrome continues to dominate with the exhaust pipe and the strip above draped in the same. Volkswagen Vento is available in six graceful colour options viz. Blue Silk, Reflex Silver, Carbon Steel, Toffee Brown, Titanium Beige and Candy White. If you choose the range-topping Sport variant then you get new red colour with gloss black roof and spoiler, new alloys and carbon-fibre ORVM.
Inside the cabin, the Vento uses a minimalistic approach with two-tone black and beige colour scheme. The design though is very basic but the neatness makes the inside look more premium. The centre console for that sporty feel has been directed towards the driver while flat-bottom steering wheel adds to the same sports quotient. The climatronic air-conditioning system with rear ac vents let you rule the internal environment.
The car is equipped with state of the art touchscreen infotainment unit which is compatible with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink. The touchscreen unit also lets you see visuals from the rear parking camera. It also allows a plethora of connectivity options including USB, Bluetooth, Aux-in, i-Pod and let you view SMS as well. Other features include front and rear centre armrest, cooled glovebox, automatic rain-sensing wipers and trunk illumination. The Sport variant features power adjustable and foldable ORVM, faux-leather seat, chrome accents and leather adorned steering wheel and gear knob.
In terms of safety, the car is loaded with standard features such as dual front airbags and ABS. The other features in the upper variants include Electronic Stabilization Programme, Auto-dimming interior rear-view mirror, Hill Hold Control, and reverse parking camera.
The car sources its power from 1.6L MPI and 1.2L TSI petrol and 1.5L TDI diesel engines. Where the 1.6L petrol makes 77PS and 153Nm of torque, paired to 6-speed manual transmission, the 1.2L, on the other hand, produces the same amount of power but increase torque of 175Nm. The latter is available with only 7-speed DSG automatic transmission. The powerful 1.5L diesel pumps out 110PS and 250Nm of peak torque. The power to the front wheel can be sent either through 5-speed manual or 7-speed DSG automatic transmission.
Volkswagen Vento is available in four trim levels. The base 1.6 Trendline petrol and 1.5 Trendline diesel are priced at Rs. 8.43 lakhs and Rs. 9.75 lakhs respectively. The price of automatic diesel starts at Rs. 11.96 lakhs while the petrol automatic is tagged at Rs. 10.59 lakh. Coming to the top of the line variants, where range-topping diesel is priced at Rs. 13.92 lakh, the top of the line petrol Sport is priced at Rs. 12.87 lakh, ex-showroom, New Delhi.
Volkswagen Vento currently competes against stalwarts such as Honda City, Hyundai Verna, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz and Skoda Rapid in the segment.


Step inside and you are welcomed with one of the finest cabins in the class. The use of materials and the craftsmanship is top notch. The cabin is adorned in either Walnut Desert Beige colour theme in the top end model or TitanSchwarz black in lower trims, but the former looks more premium. Further, the cabin features smart flat-bottom steering wheel with mounted controls for audio as well as cruise which is a new addition to the car. The front passenger seat can be adjusted from the back while comfort at the rear continues to be reasonable with an ample amount of headroom and knee room.
The cabin does look a bit jovial but the changes are not really drastic. The carmaker besides adding cruise control has included features such as cooled glove box, electrically foldable ORVM and also dead pedal for relaxing the left foot. The instrument panel is the same typical Volkswagen’s multi-functional display that shows a wealth of information including travelling time, digital speed, distance travelled, speed warning, average speed, distance till empty, fuel-efficiency, outside temperature, service interval, coolant temperature and clock.
Another significant and much-needed change comes in the form of a touchscreen infotainment unit powered by Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink. The system also let your smartphone connect to the infotainment through Bluetooth which allows phone sync, view SMS and controlling functions through voice commands. The passenger can also connect their iPods along with the options of USB, Aux-In and SD-Card support. The same infotainment also relays feeds from the rear parking camera that makes you place your car in the right spot without any trouble.
Other interesting bits in the car include auto-dimming IRVM, automatic rain sensing wipers, ‘Climatronic' automatic air-conditioning with rear AC vent, height adjustable driver’s seat, and key remote with trunk unlock functionality. However, looking at the competition Vento still misses on features like push-engine start/stop button and sunroof.


The latest Volkswagen Vento comes with subtle changes. The sedan features a new bonnet with more prominent creases that increases its muscular appeal. The front fascia comprises of a larger grille now along with extra dash of chrome that makes it resemble elder sibling VW Jetta. The top of the line variant is now equipped with all-LED headlights with auto-levelling functionality. Also new is the front bumper with extra chrome strips, revised air dam and a pair of new fog lamps replacing the rounded ones in the earlier model. The fog lamps also incorporate cornering lights while the turn indicators on the ORVM gets LED treatment.
Coming to the sides, the door handles are now draped in chrome for lending richer look to the car. The sporty quotient has also been uplifted with the inclusion of a new pair of alloy wheels. At the rear, the older version of the car can be differentiated from revamped tail lights, new bumper with chrome as well as chrome lining on the boot. The chrome treatment continues on the exhaust tip as well. The recently launched Sport variant gets a host of changes to stand out from other variants. It features carbon-fibre finished ORVMs, glossy black roof, Sport badge on the front fender, glossy black rear spoiler and new side foils.
Overall, the changes to the exteriors are minor but enough to make the Vento a more desirable car.

Mileage Running Cost

The carmaker claims that the motors have been tweaked to derive 7.5 percent more mileage. Where manual petrol version is able to deliver 16.09kmpl, the automatic version is quite efficient returning 18.19km for a liter of fuel. Likewise, the tried and tested diesel engine reads 20.64kmpl in the manual variant and 21.5kmpl in the automatic one, certified by ARAI.

Comfort Suspension

Volkswagen cars are always known for excellent driving dynamics. The ride quality that comes from the McPherson Strut upfront and semi-independent trailing arm suspension, is one of the finest virtues the new model has inherited. The car just glides over rough and uneven roads quite easily.
The car is a predictable and safer handler with the steering tweaked to ease twirling in the traffic. It is reasonably accurate and offers a fair amount of grip which means absolute fun to drive.

Engine Performance

The engine options remain the same in the new Vento, however, company claims the engines are tweaked for performance. The car comes with 1.2L TSI and 1.6L MPI petrol engines. Both the engines produce same 77PS of power while the torque is different with the former producing 175Nm, latter is just limited to 153Nm. The 1.2L petrol engine comes with smooth shifting 7-speed DSG automatic while the 1.6L one is paired to 5-speed manual transmission. The petrol motor is underpowered but it won’t be much noticeable in urban driving conditions.
The diesel engine, on the other hand, is the same working in Polo hatchback. The 1.5L diesel engine produces 110PS and 250Nm of max torque, paired to either 5-speed manual or 7-speed DSG dual clutch automatic gearbox. With this amount of torque, the car never feels tired and also ensures that overtake manoeuvre doesn’t require any downshift.

Braking Safety

The overall breaking of the car is top notch and confidence inspiring. The amount of braking you want during different driving conditions can be easily controlled. In terms of safety, the car is loaded with standard safety equipment including dual front airbags and ABS. Further, the electronic stabilization programme (ESP) ensures firm control on heavy braking and slippery roads.
Other safety aspects in the car include front fog lamps with static cornering lights, reverse parking camera with sensors, rear fog lamps, hill hold control and engine immobilizer with floating code.

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    Ankur Gupta Jun 22, 2018
    This car truly redefines performance and elegance

    I must admit that I am a huge fan of Volkswagen. I recently bought a new Vento. According to me, this is the best sedan available in the market. Apart from the luxury and comfort, the makers of this car have paid special attention to the factor of safety of the passengers. I would highly recommend the Volkswagen Vento to Read More

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    Ramesh Jun 22, 2017
    The Vento keeps improving

    While it is still not the most spacious or fuel efficient car in the segment, the new Vento improves in all areas. Volkswagen cars are meant for people who love driving - sometimes life is not all about economy space but driving pleasure. Drive the Vento back to back with other cars and you will get my point. And then Read More

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    SK Jun 22, 2017
    Great Car, but poor service network

    Please read through, avoid Apple Auto i,e Volkswagen Whitefield else you will end up repairing your car too much and too many times. httpswww.facebook.commessagesVolkswagenindia Read More

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    Ashika Jun 22, 2017
    good car with features

    I am happy with this car. It has good features and space. It drives very well. Cost cutting is not quite there and hence the quality of parts is generally good. The service can be better as the service guys always behaving quite rudely sometimes. I dont like their behaviour. They dont treat me like premium customer as they treat Read More

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    Atul Jun 22, 2017
    nice car

    look very nice i like that.................................................. Read More

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