Volkswagen Nepal has updated the Polo and the Vento with a 1.0L turbo-petrol engine for the Nepalese market. The new engine is BS6 compliant and is very frugal when it comes to fuel consumption. It also has more power and more torque compared to both the 1.2L and 1.6L natural aspirated engines of the past.
Both Polo and Vento get a refreshed honeycomb grill, sporty body side design, and TSI badging on the C-pillar.
If you are concerned that the 1L engine isn’t powerful enough for the cars, you are quite wrong. Unlike the naturally aspirated engines of the past, the new 1L TSI engine is turbocharged. This means, the engine not only produces more power but also has more torque to offer.
Apart from the new engines, both the VW Polo and the VS Vento are very similar to their predecessors. The interior sees no change. And the changes to the exterior are just cosmetic.
Here are the updated prices of the Volkswagen Polo TSI in Nepal
|Polo Variants||Price||Vento TSI Variant||Price|
|Comfortline TSI MT||Rs. 36,90,000||Trendline TSI MT||Rs. 39,40,000|
|Highline Plus NA MT||Rs. 39,90,000||Comfortline TSI MT||Rs. 42,40,000|
|Highline Plus TSI MT||Rs. 40,40,000||Highline TSI MT||Rs. 44,40,000|
|Highline Plus TSI AT||Rs. 45,40,000||Highline Plus TSI MT||Rs. 49,40,000|
|Highline GT TSI AT||Rs. 47,40,000||Highline TSI AT||Rs. 50,40,000|
|N/A||N/A||Highline Plus TSI AT||Rs. 54,40,000|
While it would be great to see the new generation Polo and Vento launch in Nepal, it looks like it’s going to be a long wait. If you really have to get the Polo, we recommend getting the Comfortline TSI MT as it is a good value for money. Getting a higher-end variant doesn’t add too many features.
And since it’s a Volkswagen product, you are provided with safety features from the lower-trim itself. So, even with Comfortline variant, you already are getting a lot of features baked in.