BS6 Volkswagen Polo, Vento 1.0 TSI launched


Volkswagen India has propelled the BS6-agreeable Polo and Vento and with this update, has dropped the 1.5-liter TDI diesel, the 1.6-liter MPI oil unit, the 1.2-liter TSI turbo-oil motor just as the 7-speed DSG programmed gearbox from its model line-up. Costs for the BS6 Polo start at a similar Rs 5.82 lakh as the BS4 model, while costs for the BS6 Vento start at Rs 8.86 lakh.

BS6 Volkswagen Polo, Vento 1.0 TSI launched

The Polo Trendline, Comfortline and Highline Plus variations are accessible with an updated 1.0-liter, three-chamber, normally suctioned MPI motor and comes mated to another 6-speed manual gearbox. In any case, the new 1.0 TSI motor is just accessible in the Highline Plus and GT Line variations of the hatchback. Delivering 110hp and 175Nm of pinnacle torque, the turbo-oil motor can be had with either the new 6-speed manual or the new 6-speed torque convertor programmed transmission. Despite the fact that the base BS6 Polo variation is valued equivalent to its BS4 partner, by and large costs for the Polo 1.0 MPI have expanded by about Rs 4,000. Strangely, the range-besting Polo GT with the 1.0 TSI motor and 6-speed auto ‘box undermines the already accessible top-spec Polo GT with the 1.2 TSI and 7-speed double grip unit by an edge of Rs 17,000. The alternative of a Polo 1.0 TSI with a 6-speed manual makes certain to have fans intrigued.

Going to the Vento, the 1.6 MPI and 1.2 TSI have both successfully been supplanted by the 1.0 TSI motor. The 6-speed manual gearbox is standard, yet the 6-speed programmed is just accessible on the top-spec Highline and Highline Plus variations. Contrasted with the BS4 Vento, BS6-consistent Vento costs start at Rs 10,000 higher. The top-spec BS6-consistent programmed Vento variations cost about Rs 12,000 more than their BS4 partners.

In the Indian market, the Volkswagen Polo has a go head to head against any semblance of the Maruti Suzuki Swift, Hyundai Grand i10 Nios and Ford Figo. Then, the Volkswagen Vento will match the all-new Honda City, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz and the Hyundai Verna facelift.

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