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T. he problems lie in the strengths. 1. The body is made from steel stronger than any other car in Indian Market due to which repair cost is very High. 2. Paint Job: The paint finish on the Vento is finished better than any other car, repainting of any part will not get you original finish regardless if you get it done from authorised service center. 3. Pickup and power: Unlike any other car of similar power, all the horses are available to pull your car. My 1.2 L petrol is quicker than 1.5 L Honda and 1.6 Verna (Petrol). There is always a chance of hitting someone from behind. 4. The DSG Transmission is the best in the world and expensive to repair/replace. 5. Resale Value is not great.
The Glass cost is less than 1k if you are getting fixed from VW showroom then you will be charged more considering the service cost & taxes. Fix it from outside market since it is a cosmetic change it won’t void any warranty.
Yes Automatics of Vento has hill hold assist feature. Its a known fact that VW cars are not pocket friendly and Vento is no different. Maintenance cost could be around ₹12000 per year. That is without replacement of parts like brake pads and other cosumables.
Iam from Bangalore and I have owned Hyundai Santro, Maruti Wagon R, Volkswagen Vento and Honda City. I had most headache with Santro which needed constant replacement of parts, Hyundai has good a.s.s but the quality of their cars are clearly sub-substandard. With Honda city and Wagon R, headache was much lesser since it didn’t need much replacement of parts like Hyundai and after sales were very good. The best is VW with minimal replacement but a.s.s was just about ok. From my experience, Brands like Hyundai, Renault, Mahindra, Tata etc makes comparatively sub-standard cars which needs constant parts replacements. I would suggest you to look for brands like Honda, Maruti, Toyota, VW etc if you want quality products. If you want a brand that has good a.s.s, cheap maintenance, and good reliability, then its Toyota.
It’s a very wise decision to own a Skoda Rapid Diesel Automatic. It’s perhaps the only good diesel automatic (apart from Volkswagen Vento, which is essentially the same car) available in 12–16 Lakhs price range in DSG/DCT, and is great for both city drive as well as highways. It’s a rock solid build car, reasonable service costs, long service intervals, but poor resale value. Mostly it is a trouble free car upto first 4–6 years of usage. After 3-4 years you’d need to change the battery, and clutch plate(only for manual transmission), suspension (depending on your driving conditions), and in 6th year you’ll spend a lot more. But overall, I’d prefer it over any other automatic transmission car (except VW Vento). I’ve driven possibly all kinds of automatics from Swift, Amaze, Creta, Skoda Rapid, VW Vento, Honda City, Hyundai i20, (AMT, CVT, Torque Convertors, DSG) but there is absolutely no better automatic transmission than DSG/DCT in the market even at significantly higher price point. The gear shifts are super fast with two clutches. And it comes with 7 speed transmissions. It also comes with manual mode (if you want to control the upshifts) and sports mode (if you want slower gear shifts). AMT will give you good fuel economy, but it’s not so smooth, plus you don’t get hill hold, which is a must, in my opinion, for any automatic. Honda City Petrol CVT (doesn’t come in diesel) or any other CVT is good mainly for city drive and on highways it just lags (you get a rubber band effect. I really missed the punch in bangalore-goa drive). And fuel economy of Honda City in congested Bangalore roads during office hours was pathetic at about 6-7 KM/L but on highway it was around 14 KM/L, while in the same condition and time, Volkswagen Vento TDI DSG or Skoda Rapid TDI DSG returned a fuel economy of 9.5–10.5 KM/L in city and about 18–18.5 KM/L in the highway. Vento or Rapid are mainly highway cars, but their automatics are good for city as well as highways. If you want to stick to Petrol Automatic, then you can go for Volkswagen Vento 1.2 TSI DSG. Sadly in Skoda Rapid, this engine and Transmission is not provided. Fuel economy would be around the same as Honda City CVT. Keep in mind that DSG will need replacement at around 1,25,000 KMs which will cost you around 2 Lakhs. But no clutch plate replacement every 30–40,000 KMs which is there in Manual Transmission I own a Volkswagen Vento TDI DSG and have driven about 6000 KMs (I bought a used Nov 2015 model) and using it for daily commute from Home->office in the most congested Bangalore roads and occasionally on highways. I also owned Skoda Rapid TDI (Manual) for 3 years before Vento. For Skoda, no complaints on service. In Bangalore, I used to go to Tafe Access and it was quite reasonable cost and very good experience for 3 years, after which I upgraded to Vento Automatic. Vento is essentially the same car, but I feel Vento’s suspension is better tuned for City drive and is more comfort oriented than Rapid, while at the same time, is costlier, both initially, as well as to maintain (service costs are 3–4K higher than Rapid of the same variant)
I own Vento TDI 1.5 AT DSG 2015 model as a second owner since past one year and previously owned Skoda Rapid 1.5 TDI MT. In general i agree with all the points mentioned by people. Yes, it's maintenance cost is higher than its siblings in Maruti or Toyota or Hyundai. If you are a person whose use of car is just going from point A to B, and mostly drive in the city then don't bother about Vento or Rapid. These German machines are for those who are passionate about drive, safety, feel, and that comes at a slightly higher maintenance cost than Maruti and perhaps for some parts like Clutch plate and suspension, lasts shorter than its siblings. But otherwise, just make sure to use the right Engine Oil (5W40 fully synthetic, costing about 4000 to 4500 for 5L) and genuine replacement parts in every service. And for regular service, outide Authorised service station it costs about 8–9k every 15000 kms or 1 year whichever is earlier. If you are looking for an automatic, there is absolutely nothing that matches Vento DSG. It's even better than the DSG gearbox on Kia Seltos or MG Hector as per trusted reviews. Just the very point that Vento is my second car from the VW family back to back should say it all. I just love the quality, the attention to detail, the practicality, the safety. (2012 Indian model was sent to Asian NCap and it got full 5 stars. And there is absolutely no change in the body since then). I have faced two terrible accidents with fully loaded trucks: one was a side impact and another was a rear impact. Both were slow impacts (less than 10 km/h) butbhuge momentum. The cars (Skoda Rapid and VW Vento) survived extremely gracefully, causing not even a shock inside the cabin and minimal damage to the car as well. And both times my entire family including 2 young kids were inside Even the fuel economy in diesel is quite good. I get about 11–12 in city (Bangalore jams) and 18–20 on highways. The stability at high speeds, the pickup, handliy, cabin, engine, transmission: all are just top notch. To me this aspect of quality, safety handling is far more important than slightly higher maintenance costs. I know at least 3 cases of Baleno crashing sideways at slow speed and inspite of airbags opening the driver didn't survive. So you choose what you want. A great quality and safety or just a tin ka dabba which gives great mileage, great resale value but sort of guarantees fatalities in case of even smaller accidents.
If your car is still in warranty period, go to authorised service centre. Getting unauthorised spare or service voids the warranty. If it is out of warranty period you can go anywhere you want.
My dad has been using Vento since 2010(when it was first launched). Its been 6 years and maintenance cost is still 9.5K yearly. Unless you opt for DSG variants, service is only yearly unlike other manufacturers (like Hyundai, Honda, Maruti etc) who recommend 2 yearly services each of the which costs approx 4.5K, hence it is only INR 500/year dearer in service costs than other manufacturers, which is negligible. With 6 years of extensive usage of Vento, the parts replaced were ABS sensors(costed 5K), Set of 4 tyres and the battery, other than this we didn’t spend anything for parts replacement. The parts are slightly more expensive than other brands, but its negligible. I have been using 2011 Honda City and noted following points between the two: Honda City wobbles a lot due to cross winds in highways at high speeds(90+KMPH), but Vento is very steady in the same situation. Ride and Handling is excellent in VW Vento compared to Honda City. Honda City sometimes understeer a lot while turning, which makes me quite nervous. Honda City always have issues with ground clearance (even with small humps) whereas Vento has no such issues. But I have heard that this has been rectified with new 2013 Honda City. Fit and Finish is excellent. No rattling issues or annoying sounds at all. Hope this helps. Don’t worry too much about the maintenance costs, just go and buy it.
The vento might have a better engine, its a better car to drive. That said, the driving dynamics of honda city are pretty tight too. The steering is light in lower speeds and weighs up very well as the speed increases, good feedback and accelarates well once past the 1500 rpm. Vento also has the option of a DSG gearbox which is a pleasure to drive. However the City outscores the vento if you compare the features of their respective top models. Honda has a stellar after sales service record, VW group is known to have long waiting periods in replacement of parts. The most important factor in the indian scenario, the new City has an excellent fuel efficiency, specially the diesel model. To conclude, for practical purposes, the City is a great car and wont disappoint you in any way. If you are a purist and you consider the driving experience to be the sole factor, go for Vento with DSG.
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