Few motivating facts have surfaced which throw light on the authenticity of certain beliefs that the countrymen have associated with Indian automotive industry. As per the facts, Indians are surely not paying more for vehicles unlike their counterparts in other foreign nations. The Indian government is definitely not anti-motoring and VW isn’t charging any premium for its vehicles. Purportedly, Malaysia will soon be witnessing the introduction of one of the less expensive sedans from the Volkswagen stable, the Volkswagen Polo sedan. In India, the VW Polo sedan has been named as Vento. In Malaysia, the Polo sedan is available for the price of RM 99,888 and will be reaching Malaysian car market as completely built units (CBU) that will be exported from Volkswagen’s facility in Chakan near Pune in India.
In consequence of Vento being imported as completely built units its price in Malaysia has notched up crazily. In India, it would be offered for Rs. 16 lakhs and this proves the fact that Indians don’t always pay more unlike other nations. Motivation for the Volkswagen Polo Sedan will come from an inline four-cylinder 2.0 liter turbocharged diesel powerplant, which is good for pulsating 140PS of power @ 4200 rpm. The engine is mated to a manual six-speed transmission. It is offered with metallic color options like Reflex Silver, White Gold, Blue Graphite and Platinum Grey and other shades like Black Uni, Salsa Red and Candy White. VW Jetta is also rich on the safety end with antilock braking system, eight airbags and electronic stability program.