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volkswagen vento timing Q&A Review

Which is a better car, Honda City or VW Vento?

I own both Honda city v diesel 2014 and vw vento 1.5 highline 2017. Looks: looks are subjectives,but the city is a comparatively newer design and the vento looks aged and plain jane compared to the city Performance:vw vento hands down,it feels and drives better and is considerably faster. Build quality:vw vento is miles ahead of the city in this .city feels flimsy ,gets dented even on the smallest of collisions(mine has been dented and painted for over 5 times in the ownership of 5 years). Mileage: Nothing beats the honda city it consitently averages 17–18 in the city while the vento gives out 13–14 .On highways maintaing speeds above 100 kmph city avg. 24 while vento is about 20–21. Maintenence:My vento is yet to get a paid service so i cannot comment on that but the city can surprise you with its low service costs . The last i remember the 50k service cost just Rs.3500 which is pretty low for a diesel car of this segment. Ride quality and comfort: While the ride quality of vento is marginally better and seats are also better the space on offer is no match for the honda city. The legroom in rear seats of the honda city can shame a few cars from the segment above. Both are very capable all round cars . While the vento gives driving pleasure,a sense of safety the city is extremely spacious,reliable and light on the pocket .it also has a higher resale value Therefore, if your need is a family sedan to drive in city nothing comes close to the honda in this segment But if you care about driving feel ,love to drive and usage is more on highway vento wins here.

Why did the Fiat Linea fail?

Fiat introduced the Linea to the Indian market during January 2009. It was set to be launched on Diwali 2008 but due to some unfortunate events here, it's launch was postponed to a couple of months. It was positioned to rival the likes of the Honda City, Maruti Suzuki SX4 and the Hyundai Verna in its segment. Despite the Linea having its price on the higher side, it's initial sales were good. Fiat managed to sell the first two batches of the Linea by July 2009, which accounted for about 16,000 units. One of the reasons for the decent sales figures of the Linea was the choice of engines it offered. The Linea was available in a choice of a 1.4 litre naturally aspirated petrol motor and a 1.3 litre multijet diesel motor. Both engines received a lot of praise from experts and auto enthusiasts alike. On the other hand, it's diesel motor was seen in many other automobiles like the Maruti Suzuki Swift and the Tata Indica Vista. Fiat also rolled out the Linea T-Jet in 2010. This model came with the same petrol motor, this time being tuned to produce 90 BHP of power. Sales were steady until 2011. The launch of the new fluidic Verna affected the sales of the Linea. There was also the facelifted Honda City, which launched here in late 2011, which pulled the potential customers for Linea towards itself. Fiat brought up the Linea facelift in 2013 and it didn't work much for them. It featured revised front and rear ends and a better interior compared to the outgoing model. As per reports, Fiat sold just 1,400 units of the Linea facelift one year into its launch. Put that in context with the Honda City and the Hyundai Verna, whom managed about 36,000 and 32,500 units respectively around the same time. Add to that, there were new offerings which came into the segment like the Volkswagen Vento and the Skoda Rapid. Fiat delayed in launching the next generation Linea here due to its poor sales here. In 2015, Fiat were averaging just 500 units in monthly sales numbers. The automaker was struggling to keep its head above water and brought its Marquee American brand, Jeep to India that year. In 2017, Jeep launched the Compass which turned out to be an initial success. This prompted Fiat to make Jeep their leading brand here and were banking on the latter. Then in 2018, Fiat decided to discontinue its entire model line-up here including the Linea and exited the country. The Linea was an underacheiving product from the automaker which deserved to sell more here. It's a shame such a product had to face the wrath of Fiat's sales and service network in India, which were very few compared to their rivals. Fiat as a brand struck a chord amongst the auto enthusiasts here due to their great handling cars. Unfortunately, there were very few of them and this didn't result much in sales numbers. Hope Fiat returns here with an even stronger product line-up in the near future. Thank you.

I like the Volkswagen Vento/Skoda's rapid, solidly built, powerful diesel engines and their classy look. Are these cars really costly to maintain? After-sales reviews are bad on most websites, especially Skoda in India. Is this really true?

No thats not the case. My brother has a VW Jetta and my father has a VW Vento. Both the cars have only yearly service unlike most other cars, and the cost is about 9.5K for Vento and 15.5K for Jetta per year per service. I had a Honda City and Hyundai Santro, both of which needed servicing of about 4.5K every 6months(even though dealers insist to service 3 times a year) which is around 9K per year. So you see there is only a difference of about INR500 between VW Vento and Honda City annually. So the difference is very negligible. For the price you pay, you are getting a rock solid build quality and engineering. Also I found that while driving Santro and Honda City in highways from Nagercoil to Trivandrum, both these cars wobbles during cross winds, which makes me quite nervous, but I have never faced this issue with Vento or Jetta.

I am planning to purchase my first car and made up my mind on Volkswagen Vento. Shall I go for Diesel or Petrol?

Hi! This question can be answered with certain calculations as follows: We will compare the prices of ,Volkswagen Vento Highline, model for both fuels- ​ Here are their ARAI certified fuel efficiencies for both- ​ And here are the current fuel prices in Mumbai, Maharashtra - ​ Since you have mentioned that your monthly travel will be around ,800kms,, here are the calculations : Amount of fuel required to travel 800kms in ,petrol Vento, = 800kms/16.09kms per litre= ,49.72litres of petrol Monthly cost of petrol= 49.72litres*Rs.66.71= ,Rs.3,316 Now Amount of fuel required to travel 800kms in diesel Vento = 800kms/20.64kms per litre= ,38.76litres of diesel Monthly cost of diesel= 38.76litres*Rs.56.61= ,Rs.2,194 Therefore Monthly savings over fuel bills by buying a diesel car= Rs.3,316-Rs.2,194= ,Rs.1,122 Since you would like to keep the sedan for around 10 years (120 months)- Total saving in fuel by buying diesel Vento= (Rs.3,316-Rs.2,194)*120months= ,Rs.1,34,712 (,These calculations ignore the fluctuations in fuel prices over this time period,) Now the difference in cost of diesel and petrol variant of Vento is: Rs.11,28,000-Rs.9,97,000= ,Rs.1,31,000 As you can see, there is a net saving of only ,Rs.3,712, over 10 years by buying the diesel Vento. ,But you must note that the maintenance cost of petrol cars is lower than diesel cars and the maintenance cost of diesel cars only increases with time, (and 10 years is a lot of time). So, based on these calculations,, I would suggest you to go ahead with Vento Petrol,.

How much time will it take to travel from Pune to Goa via Belgaum on a Volkswagen Vento?

Approximately 9–10 hours at a comfortable speed of 70-80 kms and 2 short breaks. If you are a fast driver you can probably make it in 8 hours. The road from Pune to Belgaum is super smooth so there is no issue there. Once you reach the ghat area, the road condition and the curves reduce the driving speed considerably. If you are travelling with family I would suggest leaving early in the morning as the ghat section becomes a little tricky to manoeuvre during night.

Is skoda rapid a good car for a daily run?

Hey. Thanks for the A2A. :) 1. Skoda Rapid and Volkswagen Vento are same cars. Just rebadged. 2. Both these cars are very competent and have beautiful engines. Plus the gearbox is a great one on both. (Manual & Automatic.) 3. Feature wise they were a bit lacking before but with the latest models, they have a lot going for them. 4. Both of them have ABS and dual airbags standard with Hill Hold, ESP & TCS also available on automatic models. 5. All said and done. They're great vehicles which you'll love to drive and own. You can go for either. But go for the one with a better dealer. :) 6. Real Time Mileage in city and highway respectively - Petrol Manual : 9.5 & 15.5 Petrol Automatic : 10 & 17 Diesel Manual : 13.3 & 17.3 Diesel Automatic : 13.9 & 18.3 Choose your choice of fuel wisely. All the best. :) Happy Motoring!

Why did Maruti Suzuki launch SX4 and suddenly close its production?

Before writing about the question, I would like to share a little known fact from 2007 coming to the Indian automobile market. It is that Maruti Suzuki were the leaders in whichever segment they used to operate back then barring the C-segment or in simple terms the mid-size sedan segment. This was because the Baleno was unnecessarily dragged forward and was obviously feeling to look dated in the face of growing competition. Maruti Suzuki on the other hand were on a roll with the runaway success of the Swift. Hence it made sense for them to wipe out the deficit that existed in the mid-size sedan space with a new and modern offering. This gave birth to one of the most fun to drive sedans ever to be launched in our market in the form of the SX4. It was one plucked right from the international markets and looked contemporary as well as classy. In fact, I still drool over the fact that it has SUV like design cues on the front, which made it a unique product in our market. The cross version of the SX4 was also slowly gaining recognition in the tough US market, so it was safe to say that the game was playing in the hands of Maruti Suzuki during the initial months of the SX4. Coming to the competition, the Honda City was the undisputed king of it and the Ford Fiesta had just managed to replicate the success of the josh machine. In addition to that, there was the capable but underrated Chevrolet Aveo and the affordable Hyundai Verna. This meant that the SX4 had its task cut out in order to emerge at the top of the segment. Did it manage to do that? Well yes and no. Yes in the sense the car found a lot of initial demand owing to the freshness it offered in a pretty much bland segment. The SX4 was absolute value for money at that time, getting features such as ABS, dual airbags, integrated stereo, steering mounted audio controls and 16-inch alloy wheels in a package costing less than Rs.8 lakhs! Keeping all that in hold, the SX4 didn't quite dispatch the Honda City in terms of sales and was in competition with the Ford Fiesta instead for the second spot. This could be due to drawbacks such as the car offering less rear seat space and lesser mileage figures as compared to most of its competition. Despite all that, the car kept going steady for some time which further inspired confidence amongst those associated with Maruti Suzuki. Sales crossed the one lakh unit mark in a span of 22 months to be precise, which in many ways is a pretty impressive start for the SX4. But the emergence of competitors from the period between 2008-2012 left the SX4 in an intense swordfight, in which it emerged as second best. Those include the Fiat Linea, Volkswagen Vento and Skoda Rapid hinting at the fact that the segment had upgraded back then and by good measure. The launch of the new City in 2008 and the duo of the Hyundai Verna and Ford global Fiesta in 2011 meant that the SX4 became an outdated product just four years after it was introduced here. In fact, the market back then, particularly this segment had revolved to such an extent that Maruti Suzuki were offering heavy discounts at the time when most of its rivals were counting down their demand to supply ratio. A couple of years after enduring losses from it, Maruti Suzuki finally pulled the plug on the SX4 in early 2014 as I can remember. This was also to make way for their then secret project, which went on to be known as the Ciaz. The Ciaz still remains although the segment has taken a drastic dip in sales due to the emergence of a few flexible ones in comparison. As for the SX4, it is still being used in rally circuits across the country, which is a big proof of both its performance and reliability. It has also not completely vanished from our roads, with a few well maintained examples of it still seen running with as much gusto as earlier. Anyways, the SX4 was an outstanding attempt from Maruti Suzuki to get a grip on the mid-size sedan space here back then, which in return did not deliver on the expected lines. Picture Credits: BS Motoring, Concept Cars and Quikr India. Thank you.

Is the VW Vento any good?

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.

We are planning a trip to Spiti Valley in a Volkswagen Vento 1.6 Highline AT. Is it good or do we need an SUV? Are there any other tips as this is our first time?

You jolly well can and your vento will not flinch even a little. You have to bear in mind a few things that I am listing down below. This is based on your choice of vehicle. Follow the route Shimla - Narkanda - Rampur Bushahr - Nako - Tabo - Kaza and back. Please DO NOT even try to approach from Manali, and accept that your Vento will most probably not be able to make it from this side. After you reach Kaza and wish to go to Chandra Taal, my personal suggestion would be to leave your car at Kaza and hire another higher ground clearance vehicle from Kaza to Chandra Taal and back. The prices are not very high, unfortunately, I don’t clearly remember since we visited 2 years ago. Remember, from Spello, the road will steadily climb up to Nako and especially very steep from Pooh onwards, so ensure your vehicle is in manual mode, since AT will change gears at the specified RPM’s which will not help your cause. Nako is on the top of the hill with a magnificent view all around. Also remember, after you cross Nako and proceed further, you’ll find the gradient to be very gently, as the road seems to be nearly level. Do not mistake it to be that, since you’ll be driving very high on the moutain face and the view is very eerie, but very fascinating! Just as you cross Malling, you’ll encounter roughly 16 odd haripin bends, since the road comes down to nearly the river bed level from such a high point. So, again, ensure only manual and preferably a higher gear. If you feel that vehicle runaway speed is more than what you’re comfortable with, scarifice speed to maintain control by first braking and then shifting to a higher gear. These are a few tips you need to take care of. I wrote this based on a personal visit to Chandra Taal with family in my(hold your breath) Baleno, petrol manual! Please spare some time to go the pictures in my album link mentioned below Spitified June 2018

Can anyone share their personal experience with Volkswagen Vento? Does the maintenance is really high in case of Volkswagen?

Vento should be similar to Skoda Rapid in terms of maintenance. They are mechanically the same. I will give you something that I believe people oversee about maintenance costs. Many cars in India have 5000km service interval. ( guess they use Mineral oil). A few like Ford cars have 10000 kms service interval. They use semi synthetic oil. VW cars use Synthetic oil and have a service frequency of 15000 kms. I leave it to you to compare the cost of each of the oil type. And assess about components like diesel filter that withstand long service intervals. By the time you do one service in VW cars, cars with 5k interval servicing would require 3 visits to the service station. VW doesn't have 100% localisation of components. So, they could be a bit expensive. But not frightening as you would imagine.

  • What is the Body Type of Volkswagen Vento?

    Here are the Body Type and variants of Volkswagen Vento:

    Variants2018 Volkswagen Vento 1.2TSI Highline2018 Volkswagen Vento 1.6 Comfortline
    Body TypeSedanSedan
  • What is the Boot Volume of Volkswagen Vento?

    Here are the Boot Volume and variants of Volkswagen Vento:

    Variants2018 Volkswagen Vento 1.2TSI Highline2018 Volkswagen Vento 1.6 Comfortline
    Boot Volume454454
  • Is Volkswagen Vento available in Airbags?

    Yes, Volkswagen Vento is available in Airbags. The available Airbags variants are: 2018 Volkswagen Vento 1.2TSI Highline, 2018 Volkswagen Vento 1.6 Comfortline.