Volkswagen has completed 10 successful years in the Indian market. With an aim to commemorate the occasion, the German carmaker has announced the Volksfest 2017. Under this fest, the company is offering exciting discounts, service benefits and assured gifts to its customers. Along with that, Volkswagen has introduced the four new anniversary editions – Ameo, Polo, Vento ALLSTAR and Polo GT Sport.
The Volkswagen Vento AllStar limited edition comes with a pack of sporty cosmetic changes and features. Just to jog your memory, VW introduced the Polo AllStar Edition in November 2016.
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Volkswagen Vento AllStar Edition Exterior
Based the mid-level Comfortline trim, the Volkswagen Vento AllStar Edition features newly designed alloy wheels with Linas pattern. The car also gets ‘ALLSTAR’ badges on the B-pillars as we have seen on the Polo AllStar. However, the original design and dimensions remain intact. The Vento AllStar special edition is available in new Blue Silk exterior colour scheme. Read – Volkswagen Virtus Might Replace Vento in India
Volkswagen Vento AllStar Edition Features
Interior has also been revised with a few sporty features. The car gets a new dual-tone (Grey and Black) theme. What further enhance its sporty appeal are the Pentastripe Anthrisite fabric seats upholstery, leather-wrapped handbrake and an ALLSTAR badge on the scuff plate. It also receives new aluminium pedals. Read About – New Volkswagen Polo
Volkswagen Vento AllStar Edition Specifications
No changes have been made under the skin. The Vento AllStar continues to use the regular 1.5-litre TDI diesel and 1.6-litre MPI petrol engines. While the former pushes out a maximum power of 108.5bhp at 4,000rpm and 250Nm of toque between 1,500rpm-3,000rpm, the latter one can produce power worth 103.5bhpp at 5,250rpm and 153Nm of torque at 3,800rpm. Transmission choices include a 5-speed manual and a 7-speed DSG unit. Check Out – Volkswagen T-ROC Picture Gallery
Volkswagen Vento AllStar Edition Price in India
The VW Vento AllStar Edition will be around Rs 30,000 more expensive than the standard Comfortline trim. The regular VW Vento Comfortline’s prices fall between Rs 9.01 lakh to Rs 11.82 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).