The facelifted Volkswagen Vento has been launched in India today, priced starting from Rs 7.85 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The updated Vento gets a new Jetta-styled front grille, new bonnet, re-designed front & rear bumpers and receives
The Volkswagen Vento was launched in the Indian market, back in 2010 and Volkswagen has done a pretty good job of keeping it up to date with small additions or features being implemented every now and then.
Volkswagen’s surge to power internationally has been remarkable and the brands they claim have been powerful in making them a standout amongst the best auto aggregates ever. Volkswagen India however, which started operations formally in 2007 is
Since the beginning of 2015, VW has depended on some shocking and not so ethical expense cutting measures on the lead rendition of its Polo hatchback – GT TSI, which costs about Rs. 10 lakh on-street Mumbai.
Heaven knows how many special-edition, Volkswagen India has been facing a tough competition from its rivals in the C-segment and to keep the Vento as an option in every C-segment buyers mind, the German car maker is
It’s been spotted, confirmed and spotted again, and now it’s finally ready for its big reveal – Volkswagen India has launched the 2015 VW Jetta facelift in Mumbai with prices starting at Rs 13.87 lakhs (Ex-Showroom, Mumbai).
In 2010, Volkswagen acquainted India with the Polo Cup, as a part of the JK Tire National Racing Championship. In those days, it was a first of its kind circuit racing title where young and upcoming drivers
As already read by our dear readers in our previous posts at BharathAutos in 2013, Volkswagen had launched the performance version of the Polo named Polo GT TSI and Polo GT TDI which has obtained the decent
Volkswagen announced that a 1.2 MPI powerplant is now available for the Cross Polo in Indian car market. Launched in August-2013, the Cross Polo was only available in 1.5-liter TDI diesel engine so far and now with
As per reports on Auto Bild, Volkswagen is considering positioning a model between the Passat and the flagship Phaeton saloon. Yes, the company might be doing the unthinkable by creating a BMW 5-Series competitor, which makes us