All Volkswagen Polo and Vento versions get dual airbags and ABS

All Volkswagen Polo and Vento versions get dual airbags and ABS

Volkswagen, the German car company has announced that all variants of the VW Polo and Vento get the standard safety features of Antilock Braking System and dual airbags. Both Volkswagen cars with the standard features are available with the all authorised Volkswagen dealerships in the country. The introduction of the standard features on the best-selling Volkswagen cars is worthy for the Indian customers.

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Michael Mayer, director of VW Passenger Cars India, said we at Volkswagen believe that the safety features are the primary need in cars so that the company has announced the standard safety features. The Introduction of the standard safety features to increase the company’s market range in India, according to him.

With the committed announcement, the Indian customers will enjoy the safe driving experience. In fact, the Volkswagen Polo has obtained the 4-star safety rating in the protection of the adult occupant in the global agency’s crash test. Very recently, the company has introduced the performance-based version, Polo GTI in India for the potential customers. Currently, the German company is also available with the more powerful Polo GT TSI and GT TDI versions.

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The Volkswagen Vento is also offered with the limited edition, namely Vento Preferred in India along with the different versions, which consist of three engine options, such as 1.5L TDI, 1.6L MPI and 1.2L TSI.

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