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volkswagen vento carwale Q&A Review

I am looking to buy a car. Few requirements 1. It must suit the bumpy roads 2. Budget is around 13 lakhs 3. Want to choose between creta and vento?

At Rs 13 lakhs budget for On Road price of a car, Hyundai Creta Diesel top variant is out of budget. And a petrol S variant of the Creta will fit that budget. But then, keep in mind, it won't be fuel efficient whatever the people from Hyundai or their dealership claims. Secondly Hyundai Creta even though called a Compact SUV is a Urban SUV (or a raised big glorified Hatchback). E and S variants of the Creta are underequipped considering the amount of money you will spend. You can easily get a bigger Mahindra Scorpio or Base variant of Mahindra XUV500 or Tata Hexa. These SUVs will give you space and excellent rough road compatibility. But than, the best in the business being Renault Duster AWD or just the FWD. It is a great car to have with handling and ride quality very abuse friendly. Creta is good for city and Highway drives. Now comes the Volkswagen Vento. Its your call whether you want a petrol or a Diesel. If a petrol, the 1.2 l TSI petrol motor is a hoot to drive. Orelse with 13 lakhs budget, the comfortline variant of the Vento will be good. Ride quality of a Vento is great and built quality is European. Ya, the maintenence charges of a Volkswagen is a bit on the higher side but not unacceptable. But than Vento being a sedan, bumpy ride quality will be good but ground clearance of a sedan with long wheelbase is not very rough road friendly. Ultimately it boils down to personal preferences. Sedan or SUV or city friendly SUV etc and the type of terrain you would like to drive on. Having said all these, i have not mentioned any specifications or features of the cars which you can see in ,New Cars, Used Cars, Car Prices, Reviews & Images in India, (carwale) or ,CarDekho - Cars in India, New Cars Prices 2016, Buy and Sell Used Cars | CarDekho.com, easily. Make sure you do a test drive of a few cars available in your budget and then decide. Make a shortlist of cars or if not test drive just the Vento and Creta but 1st drive a Renault Duster and then drive a Vento and then a Creta. Follow this sequence and it will help you decide better.

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Jeep Renegade Estimated Price : ₹ 8.5 - 12 Lakhs Estimated Date : January 2020 Volkswagen New Polo Estimated Price : ₹ 8 - 12 Lakhs Estimated Date : January 2020 Kia Rio Expected Price: ₹ 6 Lakhs Expected Launch : Jan 2020 Skoda Superb facelift Estimated Price : ₹ 26 Lakhs Estimated Date : February 2020 Kia Grand Carnival Estimated Price : ₹ 25 - 27 Lakhs Estimated Date : February 2020 Mahindra New Thar Expected Price: ₹ 8 Lakhs Expected Launch : Feb 2020 Tata H2X Expected Price: ₹ 5 Lakhs Expected Launch : Mar 2020 Volkswagen T-Cross Expected Price: ₹ 12 Lakhs Expected Launch : Mar 2020 Skoda Karoq Expected Price: ₹ 18 Lakhs Expected Launch : Mar 2020 Mahindra New Scorpio Expected Price: ₹ 10 Lakhs Expected Launch : Apr 2020 Skoda New Octavia Expected Price: ₹ 15 Lakhs Expected Launch : Apr 2020 Hyundai New Elite i20 Expected Price: ₹ 6.5 Lakhs Expected Launch : Apr 2020 Audi Q4 Etron concept Expected Price: ₹ 80 Lakhs Expected Launch : Jun 2020 Mahindra TUV300 Plus Facelift Expected Price: ₹ 10 Lakhs Unveils on : Feb 2020 Jaguar I-Pace Expected Price: ₹ 1.5 Crores Expected Launch : Jun 2020 Volkswagen Next Generation Vento Expected Price: ₹ 8 Lakhs Expected Launch : Jul 2020 Ford Kuga Expected Price: ₹ 9 Lakhs Expected Launch : Jul 2020 Hyundai Verna Facelift Expected Price: ₹ 8 Lakhs Expected Launch : Aug 2020 Source, ,:, ,Carwale NOTE: They have mentioned that ‘Information in this page is tentative’

What is your review of the Skoda Kushaq?

The Kushaq is to Skoda what the Magnite is to Nissan. In simple words, it will be one such model which will be having massive hopes and expectations from the company by the time of its launch. With the Kushaq, Skoda are set to enter a relatively new territory for them, which is the high volume end of the market. While Skoda have already tried their luck a few summers ago with the Fabia, the situation never went according to plan. There is a little known fact that Skoda were losing money on every Fabia being sold in India. Hopefully it does not happen again with the Kushaq which again will be manufactured according to company principles vulnerable to losses more than profit. This is a different story altogether and I would like to focus only on the upcoming Kushaq in this answer. Coming to the Kushaq, it will be the first of the products coming from Skoda's side under the ‘India 2.0’ plan. The plan was formulated by the Volkswagen Group, with Skoda being the main company to drive the division forward here in the coming years. It will be based on the MQB AO IN platform, one developed specifically for the Indian market. While the Modular Platform will help a lot in reducing the overall costs of the car, I have a feeling that it would not be that well built as compared to larger offerings from Skoda. While this is only what I feel, I would be really happy if I am proved wrong on the above statement. The Kushaq will come with the same 1.0 litre turbocharged petrol motor as seen on the Rapid, Vento and Polo. It does make a healthy 110 BHP of power, though not class best but still one which will give you a great deal of performance if you ought to buy one. There is talk of the car also coming with a 1.5 litre naturally aspirated petrol motor which is good considering the fact that not many cars in the segment have an engine having its capacity as large as this. The Kushaq is originated from Skoda's Vision IN concept, which during the 2020 Auto Expo was showcased in near production form. On first instances, it really looked contemporary and it will no doubt have the ability to be the best in its segment. It was named the Kushaq going in line with Skoda's tradition of having their SUV names starting with ‘K’ and ending with ‘Q’, as seen on the Kodiaq and Karoq. As for the Kushaq, it will be an improbable task of making a mark in a segment having a flurry of competitors. Though Skoda have hopped into the bandwagon late, we can be thankful for them for atleast entering it. It seems that the compact SUV scenario today is enticing more and more competitors, with brands having little connect with the audience here also getting into it. Unless one may have crawled from below a rock, we can assume that the reign of the segment leader is in decline. Even Volkswagen will be getting inside the space with a compact SUV sharing a lot of internals with the Kushaq. Other notable brands getting into this space include Renault with the Kiger and Citroen with a product of their own. Coming to the Kushaq, the product will also be heralding a mid-size SUV from the brand which will be on its way next year. That will be going up against the likes of the Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos by the time of its launch. As for me, I have a few expectations from the Kushaq to atleast change the fortunes of Skoda here owing to the years it experienced with a weak product portfolio in terms of gaining volumes. Picture Credits: Carwale and Autocar India. Thank you.

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