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VW Vento Highline Plus Edition
VW Vento Highline Plus Edition

The accessorized Vento will be on sale for a limited period.

The VW Vento Highline Plus edition which was leaked a few days ago has been launched at INR 9.7 lakhs for the petrol version and INR 10.98 lakhs for the diesel version (ex-showroom, Mumbai). The special edition is based on the Vento Highline manual variants and offers additional goodies.

Cosmetic add-ons include black roof foil, carbon fibre wraps for the wing mirror caps and black side moulding. The interior features branded door sills, beige carpets and carbon fibre finish for the centre console. In terms of features, the Vento Highline Plus edition comes with a touchscreen Blaupunkt infotainment system with GPS navigation and detachable¬†window shades for the rear windows. It’s essentially an addition of an accessory package at a discounted rate.

VW Vento Highline Plus features

The special edition is a limited period offer.

Mechanically, the special edition variant stays untouched. The Honda City rival comes powered by a 1.6-litre MPI petrol engine producing 105 PS and a 1.5-litre TDI diesel motor pushing out an identical 105 PS. Both motors are mated to a standard 5-speed manual in the Highline Plus.

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The petrol engine deliveries an ARAI certified mileage of 16.09 kmpl while the oil burner is good for 20.64 kmpl. The VW Vento Highline Plus variant is available across the country. VW India has not specified the number of units or the proposed duration of the sales.

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