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  • 2019 Volkswagen Vento
    RM 1,130/Month RM 84,690

Key Highlights

TSI's Acceleration is the best in class European ride comfort Superior driving dynamics
Very fuel efficient Matured styling, like a junior Passat 3-year free service, 5-year unlimited mileage warranty, 5-year roadside assistance

Overview

The Volkswagen Vento is the most compact sedan in Volkswagen Group Malaysia's line up. Formerly known as the Polo Sedan, it competes with likes of the Ford Fiesta Sedan, Mazda 2 Sedan, Honda City, Nissan Almera, and Proton Persona. Starting at RM87,646, the 2018-2019 Vento is available in two variants - 1.6 MPI Trendline and 1.2 TSI Highline. 

Two engine options are offered for this B-segment sedan. A naturally aspirated 1.6-litre MPI four-pot paired to a six-speed torque converter type automatic transmission powers the Comfortline variant. Power output is rated at 105 PS at 5,250rpm and 153Nm at 3,800rpm. Claimed fuel consumption is 6.5-litre per 100km. 

The range-topping Highline, priced at RM94,461 gets a turbocharged 1.2-litre TSI four-cylinder that develops the same 105 PS, peaks lower at 5,000rpm, but significantly more torque of 175 Nm from as low as 1,550rpm to 4,100rpm. A seven-speed dual clutch automatic transmission is employed to send the power to the ground. Fuel consumption for the Vento Highline is one litre less (5.5L) per 100km compared to the 1.6-litre unit. 

Standard features in the 1.6 Comfortline includes 15-inch wheels, 5-inch infotainment system, cruise control, automatic air conditioning with a rear vent, fabric upholstery, leather covered steering wheel and shift lever, and four airbags.  

The 1.2 TSI Vento Highline meanwhile is specified with 16-inch wheels, LED headlamps with DRL, and ESC with hill start assist. 

All new Vento models purchased in 2018-2019 also include a free 3-year service package. Volkswagen models have a service interval of 15,000 kilometres or every 12 months from the date of registration. All new Volkswagen passenger vehicles purchased from an authorised Volkswagen Dealership in Malaysia qualify for a 5-year New Vehicle Warranty. 

Learn more:

VW Vento 1.2 TSI - Initial impressions 

Review - Volkswagen Polo Sedan 1.6 - A worthy competitor

2017 VW Vento Launched In Malaysia, now with 1.2 TSI

Volkswagen Polo sedan 1.6 facelift launched, from RM92k

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Key Details

  • Body Type: Sedan
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Capacity: 1197 cc - 1598 cc
  • Fuel Type: petrol
  • Seat Capacity: 5
  • Price: RM 84,690 - RM 98,490

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2019 Volkswagen Vento 1.6 MPI Comfortline

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Key Details

  • Body Type: Sedan
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Capacity: 1197 cc - 1598 cc
  • Fuel Type: petrol
  • Seat Capacity: 5
  • Price: RM 84,690 - RM 98,490

Reviews

  • Aswan

    02 Mar 2018

    2016 Volkswagen Vento - More for Less

    As expected of a European car, the Vento has a relatively supple ride that doesn’t disappoint. The extra heft of it helps a little with keeping the tyres on the ground over harsher tarmac, but overall it is the careful tuning of damper and solid spring rate choices that result in this appreciable ride. The Vento, by and far, has been one of the best handling cars in its segment. It was the only car in class that could pull off an avoidance exercise without losing control, without turning the ESC on.

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User Review of Volkswagen Vento

3.5 Very Good
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4 Very Good
Farhat
Owner of 2019 Volkswagen Vento

Excellent performance with an affordable price

Maintain its steadiness even at a very high speed. Powerful acceleration. Excellent absorber. Good handling. Spacious interior. But need to improve its dashboard design.
4 Very Good
Elvin
Owner of 2017 Volkswagen Vento

All round performance

I bought this car back in 2018. It have served family well for everyday commuting. Is not the spacious but is sufficient for a small family. Great handling and confidence while cruising on highway. Spacious boot to fit large luggage. Power on demand when needed with trip tropic or sports mode.
3 Good
Reece
Owner of 2016 Volkswagen Vento

The Volkswagen Love/Hate experience

For the past 2 years of ownership, I've hate a lot of moments where I absolutely adored the car, and a fair amount of hate towards it. When driving this car you get a sense of joy and confidence, you mainly feel this as to how easy it is to reach high speeds and feel the absolute stability of it. The one major drawback to volkswagen ownership however is the service centers which are terrible, every trip to the service center has been a nightmare for me, they charge alot of money just for the service and the end quality of such a basic task like oil changes are terrible. Fuel economy is dependent on driving condition like traffic jams or highway. From personal experience I get 14 liters per 100km in traffic, 6.5 liters per 100km in highway. So if you drive in traffic expect the worse for sure (Im using the 1.6 mpi btw). Then theres the quality issues, so far Ive had my rear door unable to open from inside and a really noisy power window. Another thing to note is for a car made in 2016 it is really below spec compared to other cars in its price point. So bear in mind all this before purchasing the car. So in conclusion the car is good, just bear in mind that sometimes youre going to have to break the bank to maintain it.
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3 Good
Ahmad
Owner of 2013 Volkswagen Vento

Fuel Efficient

Very good for urban or long distance travels. Fuel consumption average 6.0l to 6.5l per 100km, very huge compartment space, the disadvantage, services is quite costly, everything is digital and the is quite sensitive.

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2019 Volkswagen Vento
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RM 1,130/Month RM 84,690