Volkswagen Polo and Vento prices increased

Both models now come with new features like climatronic AC, RCD 320 music system with Bluetooth, USB, Aux in and SD card reader



Volkswagen Polo and Vento prices hiked



Volkswagen has joined the bandwagon of auto-makers hiking vehicle prices this January. Prices of the Volkswagen Polo small car and the Vento sedan have been hiked by up to 2.27 per cent effective today. However, both models now sport additional features such as an advanced 2-DIN RCD 320 music system with Bluetooth, USB, Aux in and SD card reader and climatronic air conditioner. Find out prices of which other cars have increased in recent times in this story: Car prices increase from January 2013



Commenting on the increase in prices on the Polo and the Vento, 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.”



The Polo and the Vento have been strong pillars of growth for the brand with 62,507 units sold in 2012. Among Volkswagen’s plans for India in 2013 is an automatic variant of the 1.6-litre petrol Polo that may launch around March. The German car maker is also reportedly working on a sub-four-metre sedan based on the Polo. This car will slot in between the larger Vento and the Polo hatch and as expected, it will have a rather competitive price tag. Read More: Compact Sedan Segment in India set to rise



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