Another day and there is one more Volkswagen Polo and Vento facelift in the market. However, the visual differences are minimal. Volkswagen has introduced a 5 year warranty package on all its diesel cars starting today. Moreover, there are various service packages introduced with the cars. The company also claims to have reduced service costs as well as those of its parts.
What are the changes in the Volkswagen Polo and Vento facelift?
Visually it’s hard to tell however, VW says that there is a new black roof introduced with certain trims, more new bumpers, a honeycomb grille, rear diffuser and graphics. The GT line has been introduced in both Vento and Polo trims. A new connect app too has been introduced though at this point, it’s available only with the Highline trims.
Volkswagen hasn’t tinkered with the engines and while the Polo gets a 1.0-litre, 1.2-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engines, the Vento replaces the 1.0-litre with a 1.6-litre motor. A 5-speed manual is standard for petrol and diesel while the turbo petrol has a 7-speed DSG. These engines are BS-IV at the moment but can be converted to BS-VI, should the need arise.
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