VW Vento Highline Plus with LED headlamps and new alloy wheels spied

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The VW Vento Highline Plus has been spied with new embellishments on the outside. Up front are full LED headlamps (a segment first) with daytime running lights, while the arches are filled up with newly designed alloy wheels finished in gloss black. The tyre size remains the same at 185/65R15. Apart from the two new additions, the exteriors, which underwent a face-lift in 2015, continue unchanged. VW India is expected to launch the refurbished Vento Highline Plus variant this festive season.

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The Volkswagen Vento Highline Plus variant was launched in India in October 2015, with prices starting from INR 9.7 lakh for the petrol variant and INR 10.98 lakh for the diesel variant (ex-showroom Mumbai). Features exclusive to the Highline Plus include cruise control, exclusive ‘Vento’ Scuff Plates, ‘Vento’ floor mats, detachable window blinds, electrically fold-able mirrors and a Blaupunkt touch-screen multimedia system with navigation hosted in a carbon fibre finished centre console.

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Mechanically, the new Vento Highline Plus will remain unchanged, which means that it will be powered by either a 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine paired to the a 7-speed DSG automatic transmission, or a 1.5-litre turbo-diesel engine paired to a 5-speed manual transmission.

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  • Elec says:

    “powered by either a 1.6-litre petrol engine paired to the a 7-speed DSG automatic transmission, or a 1.5-litre diesel engine paired to a 5-speed manual transmission” – is this an editorial typo? There is only 1.6 NA petrol in manual transmission, unless the 1.2 TSI with the 7 speed DSG is referred to here. The statement for diesel mill is still plausible though. Appreciate if content is proof-read for technical validity before posting.