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Volkswagen Cars

Volkswagen India is part of the Volkswagen group headquartered in Germany and established in 2007 to build cars in the Indian market for domestic consumption. While this was true initially, VW also exports its cars manufactured in India to various countries around the world.

Volkswagen Car Price

Volkswagen cars price starts at Rs. 5.90 lakh for the cheapest car Polo and goes up to Rs. 33.12 lakh for the top model Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace. Volkswagen offers 6 new car models in India. Polo (Rs. 5.90 lakh), T-Roc (Rs. 19.99 lakh) and Tiguan (Rs. 27.49 lakh) are among the popular cars from Volkswagen. In the year 2020/2021, Volkswagen is going to launch 4 new models in India. Select a Volkswagen car to know the latest offers in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and reviews.

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Q. How is the performance of Ameo?
  • The Ameo on the whole is a pretty nice car, especially when you consider the equipment you get for the money you pay along with the fact that it is a Volkswagen, and is thus a very well-engineered car. Build quality and quality of materials used is pretty good, which gives the Ameo a more premium feel. What’s more, it is a familiar looking car though that’s something which works in its favor but could also be a bit of a turn off for some. Not a deal breaker though, especially since it drives well, has a good balance of ride and handling, and of course the fact that this car has been made specifically for India. The Ameo is not a boot-pasted Polo. With the kind of built quality on offer along with potent engines under its hood, this sub-compact sedan from Volkswagen does stand out. Yes, it does reflect Polo’s identity but that again is not a bad thing at all. "With a host of class leading features along with a mouth watering price tag, the Ameo makes for an amazing package. Considering its competitive price-point with regards to the several class-leading features on offer, it makes its own identity in this mass-runner segment. Ameo offers a solution to buyers who are looking to upgrade to a car that offers a premium look and feel at a price point that doesn’t put a big hole into their pockets. The Ameo can be a great compact sedan to own if build quality, performance, features and value rank high on your priority list. The Ameo has a big, for some deal breaking, fault - the rear seats are the most cramped in its class. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive in order to clear your all doubts. Click on the given link to get your nearest dealership details: https://bit.ly/2rJrRu2
  • The Ameo is powered by a 1.2-litre MPI naturally aspirated petrol and a 1.5-litre TDI turbo diesel. Transmission options include a standard 5-speed manual, while the diesel will also come with a 7-speed DSG dual-clutch automatic transmission option. This petrol engine doesn’t offer neck-snapping acceleration and frankly it’s not meant to do so either. However, it does offer a certain level of refinement but the low-end delivery is not as smooth as you would expect. It does require constant throttle inputs especially when you perform an overtaking manoeuvre or if you are at an incline.The diesel Ameo is poles apart compared to the petrol variant. Unlike the petrol Ameo that feels underpowered and lethargic, the diesel is quite a performer. The 1.5-litre TDI diesel engine gets an upgraded turbocharger, that has bumped its power up to 110PS, while peak torque is rated at 250Nm. There’s a hint of lag under 1500rpm, post which the Ameo diesel pins you to the back of your seat. Power delivery is seamless, and eggs you on to drive enthusiastically.Read More: - Volkswagen Ameo 1.0-litre Petrol: Road Test : https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/volkswagen-ameo-first-drive-review/25650/ Review follow the given link to know about its service cost: https://www.zigwheels.com/newcars/Volkswagen/Ameo/service-cost
  • The Volkswagen Ameo is fitted with a 1198cc, 3-cylinder, petrol engine and a 1498cc, 4-cylinder turbo-diesel engine. The petrol engine is tuned for efficiency than performance and is paired to a 5-speed manual transmission. The diesel engine is naturally efficient but is also tuned for better performance - while it can also be had with a 5-speed manual transmission, you can also pair it with a quick-shifting 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. The dual-clutch transmission fits the powerful nature of the diesel motor, if driven carefully it can also be more efficient than the manual transmission. Read more: Volkswagen Ameo 1.0-litre Petrol: Road Test Review - https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/volkswagen-ameo-10litre-petrol-road-test-review/31812/
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Q. Does Volkswagen T-Roc have Sunroof?
  • Volkswagen T-Roc has a panoramic sunroof.
Q. I am confused which one to buy Amaze or VW Ameo?
  • Things We Like in Ameo: - Most feature loaded vehicle in the segment with features such as cruise control, MirrorLink support and others. - 110PS diesel engine is a powerhouse! Can be fun and frugal at the same time. - Solid build quality inside-out, similar to that of its siblings. The Polo and the Vento. Things We Like in Amaze: - Comfortable ride over all surfaces, noiseless suspension even over broken roads. - Improved overall interior space with increased storage spaces, including 1-litre bottle holders on all doors. - Diesel-CVT is smooth, efficient and well suited for the city. - Largest-in-segment luggage compartment, well shaped too. - Comfortable seats front and rear, no issues seating tall passengers behind each other. - Long standard safety equipment list - ABS+EBD, dual airbags, ELR seatbelts, ISOFIX anchor points. ZW Says: In this budget you will get the base trim of both the cars. The Ameo can be a great compact sedan to own if build quality, performance, features and value rank high on your priority list. On the other hand, Honda Amaze makes a pretty serious case for itself as the choice for customers in the compact sedan segment. It’s unique design, spacious interiors, premium features, excellent ride-and-handling qualities and, very importantly, the brilliant diesel engine coupled to the equally brilliant first-in-segment CVT, make it highly attractive. Honda has also promised a premium ownership experience without the costs involved. In maintenance, Honda Amaze petrol has low maintenance cost as compare to VW Ameo. That's said, if you are searching for a car with easy handling in city, low service cost then Honda Amaze is car you can opt for. Otherwise, you can can go for VW Ameo if you want solid build quality, more power. You can also compare these two cars by using our comparison tool. Click on the link to compare: https://bit.ly/2NVb2Vp Do take a test drive in order to judge your driving comfort. Click on the following link to to find out your nearest dealership and to take a test drive: https://bit.ly/2rJrRu2
  • New Amaze really makes a point worthy at the outset now . Ameo definitely a good vehicle from VW with segment best features about a 1.5 year ago. . The vehicle did not click much due to lack of penetration of service network and post service /spares . Ignore it a bit is a very good vehicle .Now comes to Gen2 Amaze is much refined with interior and exterior .And Totally engineered new . Infotainment system of Digipad2 and many segment best features are a best bet with Amaze . Honda quality and Promise are best in Cars .New Amaze Best in compact sedan segment
  • Would have gone for vw but more costly for same features of amaze
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Volkswagen User Reviews

  • Polo
    4.1
    263 reviews & ratings
    Polo

    Had POLO Cup edition Jan 2020. Really wonderful car for a family. Good boot space and seating is comfort back also. Got mileage around 22kmpl on long trips.

    Mottadi
    Mottadi 3 weeks ago
    Polo User Reviews
  • Vento
    4.3
    133 reviews & ratings
    Vento

    this car is very good for me style handling and right riding performance is pretty good I feel every day fresh performance this car best for me amazing I love vinto

    Mamoon
    Mamoon 1 month ago
    Vento User Reviews
  • Polo
    4.1
    263 reviews & ratings
    Polo

    I brought Volkswagen polo 1L petrol.performance is too poor and mileage is too short than expectations.(12-13.5km/l).the only thing what i feel happy is driving comfort and safety.All other things are disappointing including maintenance and service

    Shaheen
    Shaheen 1 month ago
    Polo User Reviews
  • Vento
    4.3
    133 reviews & ratings
    Vento

    It's a well manufactured very powerful and comfortable car but it's service chain it's spoiled by corrupt dealers. That's why you have to bear the triple maintenance cost.

    Himanshu
    Himanshu 1 month ago
    Vento User Reviews
  • Polo
    4.1
    263 reviews & ratings
    Polo

    Sporty and love to drive. Every time you are on the wheels you feel happy and it was not about speeding but relaxing even with 120s. Trouble will trouble you.If it's a trouble, say a dent or a battery drain or a suspension you have to shed out your savings.Yearly 15-20k needed to keep the cutie perfect otherwise it was your best friend

    Varun
    Varun 2 months ago
    Polo User Reviews
  • Vento
    4.3
    133 reviews & ratings
    Vento

    brilliant engineering. silent cabin, no sounds even after 5 years. dsg is a blessing. only issue is that i need to change the sensors during monsoon, if i wade through water logged roads.my best buy so far.

    Sarrtaj
    Sarrtaj 2 months ago
    Vento User Reviews
  • Polo
    4.1
    263 reviews & ratings
    Polo

    When you purchase any vehicles you should have to stock daily yearly maintenance means for you have to divide yearly wise maintenance cost and petrol cost do deposit in any bank so you would be clear theory about your expenses

    Hitesh
    Hitesh 2 months ago
    Polo User Reviews
  • Polo
    4.1
    263 reviews & ratings
    Polo

    polo is a very comfortable car with good ground stability. specially when I go for a long drive, I felt the pleasure to drive it. The mileage of this car is average. Its built quality is very good..I felt some lacking in power for initial speed after starting the car. After 30 Km/Hr speed it accelerate very fast. overall a very good car.

    Jhantu
    Jhantu 3 months ago
    Polo User Reviews
  • Ameo
    4.1
    119 reviews & ratings
    Ameo

    its very compact compared to other cars of same segment. leg room is very lesscomfort is not there unlike toyota and suzuki. maintenance cost is pretty higher.

    Janak
    Janak 3 months ago
    Ameo User Reviews
  • Vento
    4.3
    133 reviews & ratings
    Vento

    I feel very well i have canto tdi high line parfamenes is very well I'm drive 36 h but vanto all the time same parfamenes same power comfat high powered Iam happy to purchase vanto

    Ratnesh
    Ratnesh 3 months ago
    Vento User Reviews

Volkswagen Cars Expert Reviews

  • Volkswagen Passat: Road Test Review
    Volkswagen Passat: Road Test Review

    In a day and age where big touchscreens, pages-long features lists and cool interiors are defining our cars, is the old-school charm of the Volkswagen Passat still appealing?

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  • Volkswagen Connect App: Tested
    Volkswagen Connect App: Tested

    We take Volkswagen’s new mobile phone car app for a small test to see how much value it adds to the ownership experience and if it’s worth the investment

    May 15, 2019
  • Volkswagen Ameo 1.0-litre Petrol: Road Test Review
    Volkswagen Ameo 1.0-litre Petrol: Road Test Review

    Volkswagen stealthily updated its Ameo and Polo lineup with a new 1.0-litre petrol engine in March this year. But does this lighter, more compact and more powerful mill inject some oomph into the rather bland Ameo petrol?

    Sep 4, 2018
  • 2017 Volkswagen Passat: First Drive Review
    2017 Volkswagen Passat: First Drive Review

    The 8th generation Passat is a car that targets some very specific needs. A 600km drive reveals if it's a job done right.

    Nov 10, 2017
  • Electric, Not Eccentric: The 2017 e-Golf
    Electric, Not Eccentric: The 2017 e-Golf

    It’s electric, understated and it’s not coming to India. But we just couldn't give up the chance to drive the next-gen version of the iconic Volkswagen Golf. It formed the perfect backdrop to learning about how Volkswagen is gearing up for the future

    Oct 25, 2017
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    The Art Of Racing: Part Two

    Learning the dark art of racing in a 205PS Ameo Cup racecar

    Jul 29, 2017

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