Efficiency increased by 7.5 percent.
Here is the brochure of the 2015 VW Vento (facelift) which is reported to launch on June 23, 2015.
Cosmetic changes aside, the 2015 Vento comes with improved fuel efficiency, approximately 7.5 percent better than its predecessor. The 1.6 MPI returns 16.09 km/l as against the older model's 15.04 km/l, the 1.2-liter TSI is pegged at 18.19 km/l (older model did 16.93 km/l) and finally the 1.5-liter TDI is good for 20.64 km/l for the MT and 21.5 km/l for the DSG (the pre-facelift Vento saw figures of 20.34 km/l and 21.21 km/l respectively). However, the power and torque outputs of these engines remain unchanged.
Focussing now on the features, the Vento facelift gets a dead pedal, cruise control, a chilled glovebox, LED turn signals integrated on the wing mirrors, an external boot release button and power folding wing mirrors.
Inside, the 2015 VW Vento retains the cabin of its predecessor save for changes to the color of the dashboard. VW India will offer 'Walnut desert beige’ on the Highline and ‘Cloud Titanschwarz’ on the Trendline and Comfortline variants.
VW have updated the exterior of the Polo-based sedan as well. The rear gets 3D taillights, a chrome-finished exhaust tip, new reflectors and chrome strips on the bootlid and bumper. Over to the sides, chrome covered door handles and new 15-inch 'Zirkonia' alloy wheels are the changes observed.
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Up front, the Vento facelift wears a triple-slat chrome grille, sharper lines on the hood, a new bumper with larger, Polo-like foglight enclosures, and finally VW have included a new 'Titanium Beige' color (seen in these images) on the sedan.