Volkswagen launches BSVI-compliant Polo and Vento in India, pricing starts at Rs 7.89 lakh and Rs 10.99 lakh respectively
Bookings for the Vento TSI Edition and Polo TSI Edition have begun online with offers available to buyers.
Skoda India launched the new Monte Carlo edition of the Rapid at a price of Rs 10.75 lakh to pays homage to its 1977 Rally of Monte Carlo winning team.
Maruti Suzuki today added a new variant to its Ciaz lineup called the Ciaz S at a price of Rs 9.39 lakh for the 1.4-litre petrol (ex-showroom Delhi).
The biggest change that the new variant will offer are the LED headlights with DRLs
It makes Volkswagen the second mass manufacturer in India to standardise these safety features after Toyota
German automaker Volkswagen has just announced a new special edition of its B-segment sedan Vento. According to the company, the new Vento Preferred Edition targets meeting the requirements of corporate executives.
The kit will be available across all dealerships for the Comfortline trim
While exports to this market increased by around 19 per cent in 2015, the number has reduced for the African market
These kits can be optioned only on the Highline trims and prices vary from dealer to dealer and city to city
Expected to be launched with the new Ameo
A 5,000km road trip and the Vento shows Ashok how good its highway legs are
New additions include a blackened roof, carbon fibre wrap ORVMs and touchscreen Blaupunkt music system
Volkswagen India currently exports the Polo and Vento in both right-hand and left-hand drive guises to over 32 countries