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We never know what's coming, do we ? Life is full of surprises, so let's see what happens ! And having said that, let me say that I'm single and I'm not complaining about it either ! Happily Single ! I'd also like to add, ever since February 14, 2014, one thing hasn't changed in life and it is very close to my heart — Our Car — Volkswagen Vento ! My brother and I planned things and bought the car on Valentine's Day. It was our wish and dream to own a Volkswagen — our most favourite car brand that we've always loved. So yeah, we celebrate Valentine's Day as Vento's B'Day and we have named it Valentine Vento ! We've also dedicated a Bollywood song to it — ,Tum Hi Ho, from the movie Aashiqui 2 ! That's how much we love Vento ! Valentine's = Volkswagen = Vento = Our Valentine !
Hello, talking straight forward, in our India there can be accidents in a fraction of second as road quality and sign boards are lacking in few states. India has most accidents in year ; considering this aspect we need some safer and well built cars with good punchy engines for showing off to our friends and amazing comfor for family trips. This demand can be full filled by only one car of two you mentioned for comparison, and that is Volkswagen Vento. DRIVING QUALITY & ENGINES:- We don’t care for looks of the car because our life is what Matters the most…so the Volkswagon Vento is a car that offers best driving quality and a variety of engines which are awesome and well refined. Also ,Vento has a flat-bottom steering wheel which has both reach and rack adjustments. Verna has a normal power steering with only reach adjustment but Vento comes with electronic speed sensitive steering. Both offer steering mounted controls. On paper Verna has powerful engines but it is the Vento with advantage of TSI & TDI /MPI engines with long lifespan and its engines are quickest through its gears. Vento shares its engines with one of its subsidiaries like Audi too.. now you can imagine its quality. Vento also offers a 7-speed DSG (dual shift gear) box. COMFORT:- So here Verna has a small compact room for passengers and so we don’t get good leg room or shoulder room and so Vento is a spacious car with good comfort especially for passengers at the rear. We feel a lot safe in Vento. Also Verna has higher window line and it gives less amount of outdoor view but Vento is a true German engineering marvel and so it is the true passenger and driver car. Tall people may get congested on Verna. BUILD QUALITY:- Germans have always been reputed for their build quality in cars and so this reputation is well maintained with our Vento which has all the safety features that a driver and passengers need. Verna does not offer much safety. Volkswagen doesn't compromise with safety for attracting customers…though Verna do have 6 airbags but then it's build quality is not quite good ; on the other hand vento needs only 2 airbags because it's build quality is engineering marvel. Vento uses a galvanized Steel body for safety and also has a side and front impact beams. Vento passes crash test with 4.5 stars out of 5 for child safety and 4.0 stars for adults. Whereas verna failed the UK crash test. Both cars have good dashboard quality with the one on Vento having scratch resistant plastic. CENTRAL LOCKING:- Verna has the central locking with remote and key. It also has a anti-theft system with alarm and engine immobiliser. Vento here is quite smart it has a central locking system with remote and key. It has a anti-theft system and an engine immobiliser. It also comes with memory lock function , this works like , as you lock your car with a remote or key and one of the door is open , then locks won’t get engaged, as you shut that door the car remembers that you wanted to lock the car and it will do it automatically. FEATURES,:- Vento might have 1 or 2 features less but verna has some cool features which we don't use very frequently also those features on verna are just for attracting customers to their side with compromising driving quality and build quality (cost-cutting). Both offer electronic interior rear view mirror with auto dimming function. Verna comes with 4 power windows, with 1 semi-automatic window that comes down with one tap but won’t go up. Rest 3 are manual. Vento comes with 4 fully automatic windows (front & rear) with one touch up & down. These 4 windows also have anti-pinch function so that no child or adult is at risk of hand injury. SAFETY:- Many carmakers ignore the strength of the material used to achieve better mileage and performance and ignore the safety aspect of the occupants. India is readying its version of crash test agency called Bharat New Vehicle Safety Assessment Program (BNVSAP); this should ensure cars built in India is focused on the build quality rather than favourite features such as ABS, EBD or airbags. While these features are indeed safety options that are important too ,but the body or the shell of the cars need to be built of high-quality material as well. The verna does not have much attention to safety department it gets 6 airbags and ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) with EBD (Electronic Brake force Distribution). The car feels uncomfortable when above 100–110 km/hr. The vento offers a ton of safety features like TCS (Traction Control System) ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) with EBD (Electronic Brake force Distribution) plus they also offer Hill Hold control with Brake assist, also it has a very hard body shell so that passengers are safe inside. Vento also comes with a automatic fuel cut-off system during accident so that no fire takes place. Vento also has anti-roll over body stability. Overall car is sturdy at high speeds. STORAGE:- Verna has a boot of 465 Litres but Vento has slightly bigger one with 496 Litres. Vento has a cooled glovebox which is bigger than Verna. TYRES:- Verna has a R/16 inch alloy wheels with all disc brakes. Vento has a R/15 inch alloy wheels with 2 discs brakes at front and 2 drum brakes at rear. LOOKS:- Verna is hands down an eye-catching car and Vento just fades away in front of verna but its a small compact car from inside not too spacious. FUEL CAPACITY :- Vento : 55 Litres of fuel Verna : 43 Litres of fuel Vento offers 16 KM/L mileage in city & 21 on highway. Verna offers 18 KM/L mileage in city & 23 on highway. DATA AS PER, ,ARAI. 1 BEST THING OF BOTH CARS:- Verna:- It has the best refined engine and you don’t even feel a vibration in the cabin. Vento:- when an accident takes place the sensors in the engine compartment comes to action and it’s engine just settles down and it does not push the cabin and make it squeeze like a sandwich when a front impact takes place. The above picture shows a ,2014 ,Volkswagen Vento was smashed between 2 trucks. The owner of the car said "I was hit by the truck from behind and then with the increased momentum hit the truck in front". This was witnessed in a recent accident in Kerala where German engineering came to the rescue of the occupants of the Vento. Above picture shows how the ,2013 ,Hyundai Verna just squeezed despite of having just a single impact from backside. Hence the built quality is slightly improved for the newer 2018 verna. CONS:- Vento:- Low fuel efficiency Looks Plain interiors High on maintenance Verna:- Build quality not adequate Engine lifespan shorter than Vento Small/compact passenger cabin Window line higher VERDICT:- Choose Verna if you want features ; looks & slightly more airbags Choose Vento if you want safety ; performance ; comfort ; feature and true driving quality. Vento may give less mileage but it won’t be too expensive for your pocket. I suggest you to go for Vento…still you can surf for more reviews here on Quora. “Choose the car that helps you create great memories with”
Bengaluru is expensive,. -, I highly doubt that. Bengaluru folks are expensive, - ,I highly vouch that,. Albeit I firmly believe that both the above statements are generic. It's not applicable to each and every soulmate living in the ,Garden city. To justify my first two statements, A guy named Rajesh had been in Bengaluru for two years and worked for a company near ,Bannerughatta,. Along with him,,, two of his friends who worked in Infosys rented a house for 5K in ,Electronic City, and they were leading a comfortable life. Whenever it's convenient, they cook home food, or if they can't they approach the near by eateries. And hardly they spent 3K (each) for food, water and electricity. Rajesh used to commute by public transport and he hardly spends 1K for the same per month. With other miscellaneous stuff, Rajesh was able to spend hardly 10K per month and he was leading a comfortable life. On the other hand, another guy named Ganesh took an expensive apartment in the same area Electronic City for a rent of 30 K. He bought a Volkswagen Vento and he used to commute for his office, till HSR layout with the same. He always feeds his stomach in a Porsche restaurant and spend lavishly. Ganesh is so fond of his hair that he used to get his shower with the mineral water can. Well Rajesh is having a ,CTC, of ,4, ,LPA ,and Ganesh is having a ,CTC, of ,18 LPA,. Rajesh, ,never complains, ,that Bengaluru is expensive, but Ganesh always complains that Bengaluru is expensive,. Well if you think both are imaginary characters, The answer is big No. Rajesh is my close friend and Ganesh is my cousin. To answer your query, Bengaluru isn't expensive, it's the people's life style that derives the conclusion. ~~ Good Day ~~
I’ve owned both The Honda City AT for 7 years and Vento TSI HL Plus with DSG since the last two months. I think I can answer this question with my experience. Here are the points. Reliability. In my 7 years of ownership of Honda City it never I mean NEVER failed to start. Just turn the key and the engine comes to life. Vento is new one for me but the way it sounds and drives it seems pretty solid. I am sure if maintained properly it will turn out to be pretty reliable. Engine. I drove the city for.. well see it yourself, over a period of seven years and it still drove like new. The engine was absolutely silent and No vibrations or sound can be felt at a red light. Pretty powerful and peppy engine of the city. Vento on the other hand has a smaller engine but it is Turbocharged!! Resulting in great power and amazing torque which the city lags. Overall the Vento’s TSI engine Is far more advanced than Honda’s I-VTEC decades old engine. Drive quality. Both cars have entirely different character. City on one hand is a super relaxed car with a feather touch steering. Vento has a speed sensing EPS which makes the steering hard as the speed increases. This increases the control giving confidence to the driver. Ever wondered what will happen if you suddenly turned the steering at high speeds? It would be difficult in a Vento to do so compared to City. Transmission. Vento has the best system, the DSG with lightening fast shifts, and the smoothest shifting experience. The city has CVT which is smooth and relaxed not the best way of transferring power to the wheel in case you want acceleration. The manual mode in DSG is superb and takes only a few milliseconds to complete a shift giving a feel of a sports car. City’s CVT could have been better to use the Engine to full potential. Mileage. Contrary to the beliefs that VW cannot give high mileage, mine give excellent mileage see image…. Owing to a smaller engine of 1.2 L it is frugal in traffic compared to a city which owing to a bigger 1.5 L engine consumes more petrol. (BTW the new Audi A4 has a 1.4 L TSI engine ) Safety: both cars are safe the top spec City has 6 airbags while mine has 4 however its not just airbags which make a car safe. Vento has ESP and Traction control which should have been there kn City as well. Overall Vento is safer than a Honda City. Tyres: Vento has wider tyres than city making it more in control compared to the city. Price: top spec variants of both cars are almost 2 Lakh apart. Vento with all discount schemes is cheaper than a city. But lacks a sunroof and leather seats. Maintainance cost is comparable and is around 1 re per Km. Looks. Vento with its DRL looks beautiful compared to a city whose DRL’s do not shine as bright. City is slightly longer than a Vento due to its long bonnet. Overall if you were to choose between the two, it is a difficult decision to make. Test drive both cars and then make your choice. Update. I took the Vento from DELHI to Chandigarh clocking an average of 18.5 ,kmpl, using 93 octane fuel. It Drove super smooth, max speed I could test was 157 kmph. During return the temperature was 45degrees but the AC made the cabin super cool. No fatigue at all. Overall I’m really pleased to buy the Vento.
“U could get flipped over thrice inside a Vento and come out alive with a neck sprain v/s bang a pole and lose your life in another car of different brand in same price bracket. “ Also, the paint used is weather-proof, on all VW cars, and I have two. Even in sunny India, it didn't fade a single percent and still looks new till date. As a package it's not expensive. (I have the TSI variant of the Vento and the GT TSI of the POLO) *,Also, since it falls under 4+ metres, Indian laws subject it to a higher tax bracket raising the price beyond what you'd pay in a majority of other countries…*
I am the perfect person to answer this question. I have bought 3 second hand Vento diesels in the past 3 years. 1 for myself and 2 for friends. My vento has run till date: 135000. Friend 1: 142000. Friend 2: Around 160000. I would like to say that I have never had such a satisfying experience from any other car other than the vento diesel. The above 3 cars still feel fresh and brand new driving wise and lookwise. I'll put up some pictures for your help. These vehicles even after such high mileage still drive very tight and put shame to vehicles even in a category higher. Be it in performance, or any other factor. There is not even a single rattle inside even after so many kilometers. I have become a big fan of German vehicles. Hope I could answer your query. Toyota vehicles have also great reliability. But Volkswagen Vento is also no less. Hope I could help.
Well the car is actually my cousins not mine though The highest milage he got was around 302,000 kilometers it was a Volkswagen vento 2013 manufactured Well the car had good life because my cousin took care of the car just like his baby and moreover it was a german car so yeah this the reason it happily lasted 302,000 kilometers after that he sold it Here is the beauty have a great day ahead ❤️
Volkswagen makes good quality cars, of international standards, safest build among other car manufacturer's, Above is a famous pic of Volkswagen vento sandwhiched between two trucks, all the passangers were safe, moreover Volkswagen cars have a crumple zone, This crash is a perfect example of ,how crumple zones work during accidents,. The Vento in question may be a total-loss due to the impact it has taken, but the front and rear crumple zones of the car have done their job of absorbing the impact and deforming. This deformation is what prevents the force of the impact being transferred to the occupants of the vehicle. The other, great bit about all the VW cars is its solid body structure, that stays intact even during massive impacts, protecting its occupants. A solid/stable body structure or passenger compartment isolates the passengers from the crash. Along with seatbelts and airbags, a solid body structure is one of the reason why the passengers in the Vento escaped this crash without injury. A lot of car makers compromise on the body structures of the car by using lower strength metal, and lighter chassis designs. They do this to reduce the cost of the car (both to manufacture and sell), and to increase fuel efficiency. However, many automakers such as Volkswagen, Skoda, and Ford are known to build cars in India with strong and stable body structures that can protect passengers during big accidents I myself own a Volkswagen Ameo and it's make quality and driving dynamics are much better than other brands I own. Belive me safety is the first thing a buyer should look for while purchasing a car. As your life safety should not be compromised for a few more thousand rupees. Thanks.
I’m an upper middle class Delhiite. We’re not from the socioeconomic class that checks the price tags before buying something, but also not from the class that doesn’t have to work for money. Let’s hope that qualifies as ‘rich’. At 25, almost all girls around me are getting married or getting prepared to. I’m currently working in an MNC in Gurgaon and planning to launch my own business venture with a friend. And no, our fathers didn’t finance it. I stay with my family in a 3 floor bungalow in Shanti Niketan. I use 2 phones. iPhone 5S for pictures & Galaxy S7 Edge for all my other needs. I have ~10K followers on Instagram. So, I frequently get approached for product promotions, print modelling, & music videos. I’d like to believe I’m fairly good looking. So I frequently get asked out by men. But since I don’t have the stress to ‘secure my future’[ie get settled with a guy who can provide a luxurious life] I don’t get impressed by men who flaunt money to score dates. I drive a Volkswagen Vento to work. It’s a 5-year-old shared family car. My personal one is Volkswagen Beetle but I only get the chance to take it out on weekends or late nights now. My wardrobe is a mix of AX, Miu Miu, Blahnik, Fendi, DKNY, Prada, etc as well as picks from street shops of Sarojini Nagar, China, etc. My wardrobe is deep enough for me not to repeat my clothes, bags, accessories, or footwear for at least two months. The single most expensive thing in my wardrobe is a Manish Malhotra lehenga worth Rs. 5.5 lacs. My daily go-to makeup is Bobbi Brown. For special occasions, I use Chanel & Burberry. I have been to Europe, South East Asia, Russia, Northern Americas, Brazil, South Africa, & Middle East. My favorite getaways are Kumarakom, London, Tromso & LA. My mother cooks breakfast & dinner herself, & also takes care of my father’s, brother’s, & my personal tasks. For the rest, we have 2 house helps & 1 driver. I never travel in public transport. If I don’t have my car, I book a cab. The only exception is Delhi metro, that too only when I have a time crunch & if the coaches are relatively empty. I enjoy high end restaurants like Set’z & Varq as much as I enjoy Bharat Nagar’s chaat & Sitaram’s chole bhature. I don’t easily get star struck by Indian celebrities. It’s common to bump into them at airport lounges, foreign cities, hotels, parties, or through common contacts. I only realized the gravity of my indifference when some of my not-so-well-off friends from college got astonished that I’m not running after Shahid Kapoor for a selfie. It’s also considered lowly to disturb someone with a selfie/autograph request at a social gathering. So unless it’s someone like SRK, I’m not trading my manners. On weekdays - I wake up early, do yoga, have breakfast with family, spend 2 hours looking into the developments of our venture, & then go to work. Sometimes post-work drinks at HKV with colleagues. Reach home usually by 11. Sometimes followed by a drive to India Gate for ice cream or Karol Bagh for kulfi with my family. On weekends - Morning till late afternoon is dedicated to our business venture. After that, it’s usually a party. If not a dinner date with family or a social event, I catch up with friends. My favorites for the weekend are Kitty Su & Privee. Usual expenditure comes out to Rs. 10K per person. I don’t smoke or do drugs, and drink responsibly. Unless it’s a house party or I’m with my extremely close friends, then I get sloshed out. Sunday brunches with family & close friends are also a huge part of life. I come from a business family. Both sets of my grandparents moved to Delhi from Punjab during Indo-Pak partition & worked from scratch for the luxuries we have today. They didn’t have any formal education, so they have instilled its importance in our minds. My father is a lawyer by qualification, a businessman by profession, & a chef by choice. My mother holds an M.Ed & was VP at a govt school before she quit. My younger brother is pursuing BS at Wharton School. I have a huge group of friends & all of them are from well off families from Delhi, Mumbai, USA, Canada, & UK. Children of industrialists, politicians, civil servants, prominent doctors, Bollywood celebrities, etc. My 2 best friends are my loves, though. The first one is my school friend from an upper class family, stays in a villa in Chattarpur, and a graduate from NIFT & Parsons. She is the one who gifted me my iPhone back when it was launched but I love her too much to discard it. We make sure to meet every week & go on a foreign tour once a year. Sometimes with family/friends, sometimes just the two of us. The second is a colleague. He is an army brat who stays alone in Gurgaon. His rented 1BHK apartment is the place I go to to pass out if I drink too much in Gurgaon after a working day or if I have to crib after a heartbreak. With my other friends, I buy an Old Monk for Rs.18K at high end bars while listening to celebrity DJs. With him, I buy the same bottle for Rs. 300 from a ,theka ,& drink while listening to his YouTube playlist. Delhi has a very thriving art culture. So due to my surrounding, I have grown to appreciate wine tastings, art exhibitions, live theater plays, etc. But the fact that I play the violin & read Paulo Coelho doesn’t stop me from watching SRK, Ranbir Kapoor, & DCEU’s first day shows. I don’t mind if some aunty rolls her eyes at me. So that’s a small insight into my life. I don’t know how different it would be from those reading it. This is just my first answer on Quora. Hope you enjoyed the read. :)
No car can be termed as the safest car, not even the Audi Q7, BMW 7 series or a Mercedes S class for that matter. ABS and Air bags can provide protection up to some extent but they do no guarantee safety of your life after a particularly bad accident. I have seen many high end car owners driving rashly on the road, they think that their car has all the safety gadgets which makes them invincible, but I am sorry to say that this perception not only put their lives on stake but also the lives of others who are traveling along them. Here are some examples of high end wrecked up cars after their fatal accident Porsche Bentley BMW Lamborghini And their are a plenty of other examples which can prove that their are no indestructible car in this world no matter how much you are willing to pay. Though, I am happy to see you looking out for a car which can offer decent safety features within the 10 lakh price range, otherwise I have seen numerous people looking for bling-bling features or fuel efficiency when it comes to buying a car. I would recommend to go with any of the following cars in this price range. Volkswagen Vento: Fiat Linea Hyundai Verna Honda City: Ford Fiesta: Ford Ecosport: Again I would emphasize on the fact that no car is safest in the world, you can keep yourself safe by keeping following points in consideration. Always wear seatbelt,, this one is most basic tip but people tend to ignore it for the reason best known to them. Seat belts can save your life in case of an accident, the airbags are known as SRS (Supplementary Restrain System) whereas the seat belts are known as PRS (Primary Restrain System) Drive sedately,: No matter what car you driving, always drive at a sedate speed. With rash driving you can only save few minutes but with sedate driving you can save your life Follow traffic rules: ,We Indians have a tendency of breaking the rules no matter how life saving they are. We love to jump the read lights and tend to lose patience in traffic Vehicle Maintenance,: Make sure to get your vehicle serviced timely, this way your car won’t leave you stranded in the middle of nowhere. Also, change your tires after a decent interval, don’t wait for all the tire threads to worn out. Avoid road rages: ,There is no point in indulging road rages, there are millions of morons out there and you cannot fight with each one of them. Keep your ego aside while driving, and don’t put your life in danger just to teach some idiot a lesson. Even if you get an urge to expel your anger then just remember your loved ones and remind yourself that they are waiting for you at home. All the best for your purchase. Drive safe.
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