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    Volkswagen Vento 2020 Petrol vs Competition - Price, Specs, Mileage, Dimensions Comparison

    by Lakshya Khanna Dates: 08 Aug 2020

    We compare Vento against other C-segment sedans on the basis of prices, engine specs and dimensions to analyse how it holds up against the competition.

     


    Volkswagen Vento 2020 Petrol vs Competition

    Volkswagen Vento Petrol vs Rivals | Price Comparison

    Volkswagen Vento prices start from Rs. 8.87 lakh (ex-showroom) and it rivals the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Honda City, Hyundai Verna and Toyota Yaris in the segment. The complete price list of the petrol-powered Vento is as follows.

    C-SEGMENT SEDAN | PETROL MANUAL | PRICE COMPARISON

    EX-SHOWROOM | AUG 2020

    Volkswagen Vento

    Honda City (New)

    Honda City (Old)

    Maruti Ciaz

    Hyundai Verna

    Toyota Yaris

    Skoda Rapid

               

    Rider

    ₹7,49,000

         

    Sigma

    ₹8,31,974

       

    Rider Plus

    ₹7,99,000

    Trendline

    ₹8,86,500

       

    Delta

    ₹8,93,974

     

    J-Optional

    ₹8,76,000

     
           

    S

    ₹9,30,585

    J

    ₹9,40,000

     
         

    Zeta

    ₹9,70,974

         

    Comfortline Plus

    ₹9,99,900

     

    SV
    ₹9,91,000

    Alpha

    ₹9,97,689

     

    G-Optional

    ₹9,74,000

    Ambition

    ₹9,99,000

         

    S

    ₹10,08,689

       

    ONYX

    ₹10,19,000

     

    V

    ₹10,89,900

    V
    ₹10,65,900

     

    SX

    ₹10,70,389

    G

    ₹10,55,000

     
               

    Style

    ₹11,49,000

    Highline Plus

    ₹11,99,000

     

    VX
    ₹11,82,000

       

    V

    ₹11,74,000

    Monte Carlo

    ₹11,79,000

     

    VX

    ₹12,25,900

         

    V-Optional

    ₹12,08,000

     
     

    ZX

    ₹13,14,900

    ZX
    ₹13,01,000

     

    SX(O)

    ₹12,59,900

    VX

    ₹12,96,000

     


    Volkswagen Vento petrol manual comes with 3 variants: Trendline, Comfortline Plus and Highline Plus.

    • Volkswagen Vento starts at Rs. 8.87 lakh. Vento Trendline costs Rs. 1.38 lakh more than Skoda Rapid's entry-level variant.
    • Highline Plus is Vento's most expensive variant with the petrol manual powertrain. It costs Rs. 11.99 lakh and that makes it more affordable than the most expensive petrol manual C-segment sedan, Honda City ZX, by Rs. 1.15 lakh.

    Also Read - Which Variant of 2020 Volkswagen Vento Petrol Is Most Value For Money?

    C-SEGMENT SEDAN | PETROL AUTOMATIC | PRICE COMPARISON

    EX-SHOWROOM | AUG 2020

    Volkswagen Vento

    Honda City (New)

    Honda City (Old)

    Maruti Ciaz

    Hyundai Verna

    Toyota Yaris

             

    J-Optional

    ₹9,46,000

         

    Delta

    ₹9,97,689

     

    J

    ₹10,10,000

         

    Zeta

    ₹10,80,974

     

    G-Optional

    ₹10,94,000

         

    Alpha

    ₹11,09,974

       
           

    1.5 S

    ₹11,95,389

    G

    ₹11,75,000

    Highline

    ₹12,09,700

    V

    ₹12,19,900

    V
    ₹12,01,000

         
             

    V

    ₹12,94,000

    Highline Plus

    ₹13,29,700

     

    VX
    ₹13,12,000

       

    V-Optional

    ₹13,28,000

     

    VX

    ₹13,55,900

       

    1.5 SX(O)

    ₹13,84,900

     
     

    ZX

    ₹14,44,900

    ZX
    ₹14,31,000

     

    1.0 SX(O)

    ₹13,99,900

    VX

    ₹14,18,000


    Volkswagen Vento petrol automatic comes with 2 variants: Highline and Highline Plus.

    • Volkswagen Vento petrol automatic starts at Rs. 12.10 lakh. Vento Highline costs Rs. 2.64 lakh more than Toyota Yaris's entry-level variant.
    • Highline Plus is Vento's most expensive variant with the petrol automatic powertrain. It is priced at Rs. 13.30 lakh and that makes it more affordable than the most expensive petrol automatic C-segment sedan, Honda City ZX, by Rs. 1.14 lakh.

    Volkswagen Vento 1.0 Petrol vs Rivals | Engine Comparison

    C-SEGMENT SEDAN

    PETROL ENGINE SPECS

     

    Volkswagen Vento

    Honda City (New)

    Honda City (Old)

    Maruti Ciaz

    Hyundai Verna

    Toyota Yaris

    Skoda Rapid

    Displacement

    1.0 Turbo

    1.5

    1.5

    1.5 Hybrid

    1.5

    1.0 Turbo

    1.5

    1.0 Turbo

    Cylinder

    3

    4

    4

    4

    4

    3

    4

    3

    Cubic Capacity

    999cc

    1498cc

    1498cc

    1462cc

    1497cc

    998cc

    1496cc

    999cc

    Engine Type

    Turbo

    Normal

    Normal

    Hybrid

    Normal

    Turbo

    Normal

    Turbo

    Power

    110PS @ 5000rpm

    121PS @ 6600rpm

    119PS @ 6600rpm

    105PS @ 6000rpm

    115PS @ 6300rpm

    120PS @ 6000rpm

    107PS @ 6000rpm

    110PS @ 5000rpm

    Torque

    175Nm @ 1750 - 4000rpm

    145Nm @ 4300rpm

    145Nm @ 4600rpm

    138Nm @ 4400rpm

    144Nm @ 4500rpm

    172Nm @ 1500 - 4000rpm

    140Nm @ 4200rpm

    175Nm @ 1750 - 4000rpm

    Manual

    Transmission

    6-speed

    6-speed

    5-speed

    5-speed

    6-speed

    -

    6-speed

    6-speed

    Manual FE

    17.7kmpl

    17.8kmpl

    17.4kmpl

    20.65kmpl

    17.7kmpl

    -

    17.18kmpl

    18.97kmpl

    Automatic

    Transmission

    6-speed TC

    CVT

    CVT

    4-speed TC

    CVT

    7-speed DCT

    CVT

    -

    Automatic FE

    NA

    18.4kmpl

    18.0kmpl

    20.04kmpl

    18.45kmpl

    19.2kmpl

    18.1kmpl

    -


    Volkswagen Vento is available with a 1.0L petrol engine with a 6-speed transmission. The power and torque output of this engine are 110PS and 175Nm, respectively.

    • Honda City produces 121PS of power. It is the most powerful engine in the segment. On the spec sheet, it has 11PS better power than the Vento turbo.
    • Vento’s 1.0-litre engine produces 175Nm of peak torque. It has the best torque figures in the segment along with Skoda Rapid.
    • The Verna turbo’s torque output is the second best at 172Nm.
    • The Maruti Suzuki Ciaz has the best fuel-efficiency figure of 20.65kmpl with a manual transmission and 20.04kmpl with the automatic.
    • The Rapid, Vento and Verna turbo will have significantly better drivability at city speeds than the competitors.

    Volkswagen Vento vs Rivals | Dimension Comparison

    C-SEGMENT SEDAN

    DIMENSION COMPARISON

     

    VW

    Vento

    Honda

    City (New)

    Honda City (Old)

    Maruti

    Ciaz

    Hyundai

    Verna

    Toyota

    Yaris

    Skoda

    Rapid

    Length

    4390mm

    4549mm

    4440 mm

    4490mm

    4440mm

    4425mm

    4413mm

    Width

    1699mm

    1748mm

    1695 mm

    1730mm

    1729mm

    1730mm

    1699mm

    Height

    1467mm

    1489mm

    1495 mm

    1485mm

    1475mm

    1495mm

    1466mm

    Wheelbase

    2553mm

    2600mm

    2600 mm

    2650mm

    2600mm

    2550mm

    2552mm

    Boot Space

    494-lt

    506-lt

    510-lt

    510-lt

    465-lt

    476-lt

    460-lt

    Ground Clearance

    163mm

    165mm

    165 mm

    170mm

    165mm

    175mm

    168mm

    Fuel Tank

    55-lt

    40-lt

    40-lt

    43-lt

    45-lt

    42-lt

    55-lt

    Tyre Size (Base)

    185/60 R15

    185/60 R15

    175 / 65 R15

    185/65 R15

    185/65 R15

    185/60 R15

    185/60 R15

    Tyre Size (Top)

    195/55 R16

    185/55 R16

    185 / 55 R16

    195/55 R16

    195/55 R16

    185/60 R15

    195/55 R16


    Volkswagen Vento is 4390mm long, 1699mm wide, 1467mm tall and has a wheelbase of 2553mm. A wider body normally results in better shoulder room and a higher roof makes ingress & egress easier. A longer wheelbase usually results in more cabin space. It has a boot space of 494 litres. A larger boot allows you to carry more luggage. Vento has a 163mm ground clearance, it rides on 195/55 R16 tyres size and has 55 litres fuel tank capacity.

    • Honda City is the longest car in the segment. It is 159mm longer than Vento.
    • Honda City is the widest car in the segment. It is 49mm wider than Vento. Meanwhile, the Vento is the narrowest car in this class after the old City.
    • Toyota Yaris is the tallest car in the segment. It is 28mm taller than Vento.
    • Maruti Suzuki Ciaz has the longest wheelbase in the segment. Its wheelbase is longer than the Vento’s by 97mm.
    • Maruti Suzuki Ciaz has the biggest boot space in the segment. It has 16-lt more boot space than the Vento. 
    • Toyota Yaris' ground clearance of 175mm is the best in the segment.

    Also Read - 2020 Volkswagen Vento vs Toyota Yaris - Price, Specs, Features, Mileage Comparison

    Amongst all the C-segment sedans, Toyota Yaris has the best ground clearance. Combine that with the short wheelbase of the Yaris and it comes out on top with the best break-over angle and the best C-segment sedan to tackle bad roads. Maruti Suzuki Ciaz has the biggest boot in the segment but it’s not that much bigger than the City.

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    ABOUT THE AUTHOR

    Lakshya loves to talk about cars and, therefore, he’s mostly in the front of the camera doing the talking. He’s usually blunt in his opinion -- good or bad, and backs it up with logic. Lakshya is a senior member of V3Cars’ editorial team. 

    Twitter handle: @lakshya_khanna



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