Volkswagen Passenger Cars India has announced the worth hike for Polo and Vento by up to Rs
consistent with the corporate , bookings made on and before 31 August 2021 won’t be under the
new list . Here are the model-wise price hike details.
The VW Polo is out there in two engine options- 1.0-litre MPI and 1.0-litre TSi engines. the quality
variant comes with a 5-speed manual transmission across two trims- Trendline, and Comfortline. the
corporate has increased the worth for both variants to Rs 10,500 and Rs 11,000 respectively. While the
Comfortline TSi manual and AT versions get a price hike of Rs 19,000.
On the opposite hand, the top-spec Highline Plus manual gets the very best revision of Rs 26,000 and
therefore the prices for the Highline Plus automatic goes up by Rs 15,000. Prices for the Polo GT remain
unchanged and it’s available at a price of Rs 9.99 lakh. (ex-showroom, India)
The VW Vento sedan gets a price hike of Rs 21,000. the upper Plus MT and AT gets expensive by Rs
23,000 and Rs 27,000 respectively
The VW Polo is now raised by up to Rs 26,000.
 You need to distribute up to Rs 27,000 more for the Vento.
Prices of Polo GT, Vento Comfortline and Highline MT remain unchanged.
Fully imported T-ROC and Tiguan All space aren’t suffering from the newest hike.


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