Monday, 28 January 2013

VW increases prices of Polo & Vento by 2.27%, adds features

Volkswagen India has increased the prices of its Polo hatchback and Vento sedan in India. A recent hike by the market leader Maruti Suzuki made all other announce a price hike.

However VW India says that a few added features have been incorporated to justify the price increase. The earlier RCD 310 music system (on the Highline variants) has now been updated to the RCD 320 system. What this means is the addition of an AUX-in port and a SD Card reader to the otherwise USB and Bluetooth functionality the previous system offered.

However, for Polo another feature added is the Climatronic Control AC which was already available as a standard feature in Highline Vento. Now, 2.27% on the ex-Showroom, Delhi price of the Vento Highline Diesel (which you’re likely to purchase) translates approximately to Rs. 22,000 - 23,000.

Mr Arvind Saxena, Managing Director, Volkswagen Passenger Cars said: “Our aim has always been to give our customers a good value proposition and once again we are glad to be able to offer a good reason for them to buy these carlines.” 


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