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Volkswagen Vento. Eyes closed. Firstly, The latest gen Vento has a lot of bling to it, if features is what you're looking out for. Plus the VWAG cars have a LOT of aftermarket options to suit to your liking. Secondly, VW owns 10 companies such as Audi, Skoda, Seat, Lamborghini, Bentley, Man, Ducati etc and believe it or not there's a lot of parts sharing in the VAG group. I own a Vento and a Polo too. Both TSI 7DSG and the TSI engines are manufactured by audi. That can only mean good. Thirdly, TSI engine and DSG (Dual Clutch Gearbox) are the latest technology you can get in today's market. The Honda City is far behind compared to Vento in terms of drive ability, refinement and quality standards. Fourthly, if you're thinking of a diesel let me tell you Europeans make the best diesels. I've driven the Homda City diesel and it is highly underpowered and begs for more power. You'll not only get bored but will not feel like driving it. Lastly, reliability and maintenance is a question many people raise against VWAG cars. Let me tell you that VWAG cars need servicing just once a year which doesn't cost more than 6-10k for VW and Skoda. Honda will need servicing more than once a year and costs equivalent if not more. Yes. 1.75L kms and still going stronger than a brand new Japanese vehicle. Finally, think about it. If you were sitting in a Honda and the Vento passes by. Would you even once feel that you should've been in that car? Think with your heart too. For the head I can help you out. P.S. - I'm not affiliated with Honda or Volkswagen in anyway except have been a customer to both and I speak from my knowledge and experience only.
Well I would prefer vento. But looking at the Indian market and maintainance cost and parts cost I would suggest you should go for vitara. It's good too
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.
Well as everyone mentioned ,skoda, being a part of VW , yes its true and hence the comparison between these two cars will be in-house:-). Both have nearly similar configuration , similar dynamics, almost equivalent engines, good comfort. So it comes down purely to your choice your preferences. i will pick ,skoda Rapid, over ,vento, bcoz of its slightly better looks and road presence than vento and simply because of getting something different. As i feel Vento and Polo have become a house hold name among mid luxury car department. i agree VW vento will have great resale value and good after sale services but Skoda is Not far behind. I feel its more value for money compared to VW. Test drive both the cars.. compare different variant of both these cars according to your demands and then decide. Cheers:-)
My father owns a Vento TDI Highline for the past two and a half years. It's recommended service interval is 15000 kms or 1 year, whichever happens earlier. Each service sets you back by about Rs 9000-10000. Being a Volkswagen, spare parts come at a premium when you compare it to parts from companies like Maruti or Hyundai. Due to it's superior build quality most parts last longer than you would expect them to. And we didn't get any free service. They just waived the labour charges from the first service.
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.
It depends on a lot of factors - what you expect from your car, economics play a small part too, distance you cover in a month, etc. One thing you should know is the fact that Honda has only Petrol 1.5L i-Vtec engines for the City at the moment. No diesel option available. My opinion assuming you are looking for a petrol powered car would be the Honda City. It's smooth, silent, good build quality, fairly comfortable, low maintenance, not-so-expensive spare parts and above everything, it's fairly better on the fuel economy as well.
Definitely Honda City out of these three. The reason is Honda parts are now easily available and are cheaper in comparison to Hyundai and Volkswagen. Moreover, the after sales costs like service and insurance are cheaper than the other two. In terms of costs: Honda City<Verna<Vento. Features and looks wise, the new Verna is truly unbeatable. Choice is yours.
Volkswagen imports the engine and transmission from Germany and the rest is made in India itself. As far as other parts go there shouldn't be much difference but when you come to Engine and transmission you would be paying up for imported parts. Now you know why Vento parts are more costly.
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