Volkswagen Vento Price in Delhi

Volkswagen has discontinued the Vento model. Volkswagen Vento belongs to the C1-segment Sedan in India and is compared primarily with the Honda City price in Delhi starting ₹12.08 lakh(ex-showroom) (ex-showroom) and Hyundai Verna price in Delhi starting ₹11.00 lakh(ex-showroom) (ex-showroom).

Volkswagen Vento On-road Price in Delhi, Delhi

On-road price of the Volkswagen Vento is not available in your city right now.

List of last recorded On-road prices of the Volkswagen Vento.

Ex-Showroom Price ₹9,99,900
Road Tax ₹69,993
Additional ₹4,000
Registration Charges ₹600
FASTag ₹600
Hypothecation Endorsement ₹1,500
Road Safety Cess ₹1,800
Other Charges ₹400
Insurance ₹49,995
On-Road Price in Delhi: ₹11,28,788
Ex-Showroom Price ₹9,99,900
Road Tax ₹69,993
Additional ₹4,000
Registration Charges ₹600
FASTag ₹600
Hypothecation Endorsement ₹1,500
Road Safety Cess ₹1,800
Other Charges ₹400
Insurance ₹49,995
On-Road Price in Delhi: ₹11,28,788
Ex-Showroom Price ₹12,52,000
TCS ₹12,520
Road Tax ₹1,25,200
Additional ₹4,000
Registration Charges ₹600
FASTag ₹600
Hypothecation Endorsement ₹1,500
Road Safety Cess ₹2,254
Other Charges ₹400
Insurance ₹62,600
On-Road Price in Delhi: ₹14,61,674
Ex-Showroom Price ₹12,49,000
TCS ₹12,490
Road Tax ₹1,24,900
Additional ₹4,000
Registration Charges ₹600
FASTag ₹600
Hypothecation Endorsement ₹1,500
Road Safety Cess ₹2,248
Other Charges ₹400
Insurance ₹62,450
On-Road Price in Delhi: ₹14,58,188
Ex-Showroom Price ₹13,83,000
TCS ₹13,830
Road Tax ₹1,38,300
Additional ₹4,000
Registration Charges ₹600
FASTag ₹600
Hypothecation Endorsement ₹1,500
Road Safety Cess ₹2,489
Other Charges ₹400
Insurance ₹69,150
On-Road Price in Delhi: ₹16,13,869

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FAQs

Certainly! To calculate the on-road price with only the main charges, focus on the following components:

  1. Ex-Showroom Price

  2. Road Tax/Registration Charges

  3. Insurance

Calculation Example:

Let's take a car with an ex-showroom price of ₹10,00,000.

  1. Ex-Showroom Price: ₹10,00,000

  2. Road Tax/Registration Charges (Assuming 10%): ₹10,00,000 x 10% = ₹1,00,000

  3. Insurance (Assuming 5% of ex-showroom price): ₹10,00,000 x 5% = ₹50,000

Total On-road Price = Ex-Showroom Price + Road Tax + Insurance

Total On-road Price = 10,00,000 + 1,00,000 + 50,000 = ₹11,50,000

So, the on-road price of the car, considering only the main charges, would be ₹11,50,000.

Note:

  • The percentages for road tax and insurance can vary by state and specific car model.

  • Always check the exact percentages and costs with your car dealer or relevant authorities.


The ex-showroom price and the on-road price are two different cost components involved in purchasing a car. Here’s a detailed breakdown of the differences:

Ex-Showroom Price:

  • Definition: The ex-showroom price is the price of the car as sold by the manufacturer to the dealer, plus the dealer's margin. It includes the Goods and Services Tax (GST) but excludes other on-road costs such as insurance, registration, and additional charges.

  • Components Included:

    • Base price of the car

    • Dealer’s margin

    • Goods and Services Tax (GST) and any applicable cess

  • Exclusions:

    • Road tax/registration charges

    • Insurance

    • Handling charges

    • Any additional charges like accessories or extended warranty

On-Road Price:

  • Definition: The on-road price is the final price a buyer pays to drive the car out of the dealership. It includes the ex-showroom price plus all additional costs required to make the car road-legal and operational.

  • Components Included:

    • Ex-showroom price

    • Road tax/registration charges (varies by state)

    • Insurance (third-party and/or comprehensive)

    • Handling charges

    • Optional accessories

    • Extended warranty (optional)

    • Other miscellaneous charges (e.g., fast tag, number plates)

Key Differences:

  1. Scope:

    • Ex-Showroom Price: Limited to the car’s base cost, dealer margin, and GST.

    • On-Road Price: Comprehensive, including all costs required to legally drive the car on the road.

  2. Cost:

    • Ex-Showroom Price: Lower, as it doesn’t include additional taxes, insurance, or fees.

    • On-Road Price: Higher, as it encompasses all necessary expenses beyond the ex-showroom price.

  3. Purpose:

    • Ex-Showroom Price: Used as a reference for the base cost of the car, often used in advertisements.

    • On-Road Price: Represents the total cost of ownership at the point of purchase, reflecting the actual amount a buyer needs to pay.

Example Calculation:

For a car with an ex-showroom price of ₹10,00,000:

  • Ex-Showroom Price: ₹10,00,000

  • On-Road Price Calculation:

    • Ex-Showroom Price: ₹10,00,000

    • Road Tax (Assuming 10%): ₹1,00,000

    • Insurance (Assuming 5%): ₹50,000

    • Total On-Road Price: ₹10,00,000 + ₹1,00,000 + ₹50,000 = ₹11,50,000

In this example, the ex-showroom price is ₹10,00,000, while the on-road price is ₹11,50,000, demonstrating how additional mandatory costs are included in the on-road price.


Vento
Sedan
Body Type
16.35 - 17.69 kmpl
Mileage
999 cc
Engine
Manual, Automatic
Transmission
Petrol
Fuel Type
5 Seater
Seat Capacity
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FAQs

Certainly! To calculate the on-road price with only the main charges, focus on the following components:

  1. Ex-Showroom Price

  2. Road Tax/Registration Charges

  3. Insurance

Calculation Example:

Let's take a car with an ex-showroom price of ₹10,00,000.

  1. Ex-Showroom Price: ₹10,00,000

  2. Road Tax/Registration Charges (Assuming 10%): ₹10,00,000 x 10% = ₹1,00,000

  3. Insurance (Assuming 5% of ex-showroom price): ₹10,00,000 x 5% = ₹50,000

Total On-road Price = Ex-Showroom Price + Road Tax + Insurance

Total On-road Price = 10,00,000 + 1,00,000 + 50,000 = ₹11,50,000

So, the on-road price of the car, considering only the main charges, would be ₹11,50,000.

Note:

  • The percentages for road tax and insurance can vary by state and specific car model.

  • Always check the exact percentages and costs with your car dealer or relevant authorities.


The ex-showroom price and the on-road price are two different cost components involved in purchasing a car. Here’s a detailed breakdown of the differences:

Ex-Showroom Price:

  • Definition: The ex-showroom price is the price of the car as sold by the manufacturer to the dealer, plus the dealer's margin. It includes the Goods and Services Tax (GST) but excludes other on-road costs such as insurance, registration, and additional charges.

  • Components Included:

    • Base price of the car

    • Dealer’s margin

    • Goods and Services Tax (GST) and any applicable cess

  • Exclusions:

    • Road tax/registration charges

    • Insurance

    • Handling charges

    • Any additional charges like accessories or extended warranty

On-Road Price:

  • Definition: The on-road price is the final price a buyer pays to drive the car out of the dealership. It includes the ex-showroom price plus all additional costs required to make the car road-legal and operational.

  • Components Included:

    • Ex-showroom price

    • Road tax/registration charges (varies by state)

    • Insurance (third-party and/or comprehensive)

    • Handling charges

    • Optional accessories

    • Extended warranty (optional)

    • Other miscellaneous charges (e.g., fast tag, number plates)

Key Differences:

  1. Scope:

    • Ex-Showroom Price: Limited to the car’s base cost, dealer margin, and GST.

    • On-Road Price: Comprehensive, including all costs required to legally drive the car on the road.

  2. Cost:

    • Ex-Showroom Price: Lower, as it doesn’t include additional taxes, insurance, or fees.

    • On-Road Price: Higher, as it encompasses all necessary expenses beyond the ex-showroom price.

  3. Purpose:

    • Ex-Showroom Price: Used as a reference for the base cost of the car, often used in advertisements.

    • On-Road Price: Represents the total cost of ownership at the point of purchase, reflecting the actual amount a buyer needs to pay.

Example Calculation:

For a car with an ex-showroom price of ₹10,00,000:

  • Ex-Showroom Price: ₹10,00,000

  • On-Road Price Calculation:

    • Ex-Showroom Price: ₹10,00,000

    • Road Tax (Assuming 10%): ₹1,00,000

    • Insurance (Assuming 5%): ₹50,000

    • Total On-Road Price: ₹10,00,000 + ₹1,00,000 + ₹50,000 = ₹11,50,000

In this example, the ex-showroom price is ₹10,00,000, while the on-road price is ₹11,50,000, demonstrating how additional mandatory costs are included in the on-road price.