Latest Volkswagen cars price list in India: German auto giant Volkswagen was founded in 1937 and is headquartered in Wolfsburg. Volkswagen entered the Indian market in the year 2007.
The company offers 4 models in India with prices starting from Rs. 5.82 lakhs and the top of the line model costs Rs. 33.13 lakhs.
Volkswagen cars India line up consists of the Polo, Vento, T-ROC, and the Tiguan Allspace. VW cars are known for their superior build quality, comfort and driving pleasure.
After the implementation of BS6 emission norms in the domestic market, Volkswagen has stopped selling diesel variants of its cars in India. Scroll down for the latest Volkswagen cars and SUVs price list in India.
Volkswagen Cars Price in India
New Volkswagen Polo
- 1.0 MPI Trendline – Rs. 5.82 lakh
- 1.0 MPI Comfortline – Rs.6.76 lakh
- TSI Edition – Rs. 7.89 lakh
VW Polo is the German carmaker`s entry level model in its Indian line-up. The Polo comes with a 1.0 naturally aspirated and 1.0 turbocharged petrol engine.
- Trendline – Rs.8.86 lakh
- Confortline Plus – Rs.9.99 lakh
- Highline – Rs.9.99 lakh
The 2020 BS6 Volkswagen Vento is available with a petrol engine only. The German car comes in three variants, and gets its power from a 1.0 litre turbocharged petrol unit. The engine makes 110 PS / 175 NM and comes mated to a 6-speed MT.
All-new Volkswagen T-ROC
- 1.5 TSI – Rs. 19.99 lakh
The T-ROC comes in a single fully loaded petrol variant. The 1.5 litre TSI engine develops 150 PS of power, coupled to a 7-speed DSG.
- Allspace 2.0 TSI – Rs. 33.13 lakh
VW recently launched the Tiguan All-Space which is essentially a seven-seater version of the Tiguan SUV. There is only one engine option on offer, a 2.0 turbo petrol engine which is good for 190 PS and 320 NM of torque. Apart from this the seven-seater SUV comes with a lot of equipment and features.
Also see – Skoda Cars price in India
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