German automotive conglomerate
Volkswagen, launched the diesel variants of its compact sedan Ameo at a
starting price of Rs. 6,33,600 (ex-showroom Delhi). The diesel variants of the
Ameo will be powered by a 1.5 litre, 4 cylinder engine which produces 108.4hp.
The vehicle will be offered with options of a 5-speed manual transmission as
well as a 7-speed automatic DSG transmission.
The Ameo will come with ABS and dual
airbags as standard fitment, the vehicle also features specific crumple zones,
cruise control, rain sensing wipers, anti-pinch power windows, front centre arm
rest, static cornering lights, ESP and Hill Hold Assist (for DSG variant), rear
view camera with parking sensors, touch screen infotainment, automatic climate
control, electrically adjustable and retractable ORVMs, auto dimming IRVM,
cooled glove box, rear ac vents and much more.
The company has opened bookings for
the diesel variants of the Ameo which have been priced as -
(without Octroi &
Diesel 1.5 TDI
Mayer, Director, Volkswagen Passenger Cars India, said,
“We have witnessed a successful launch of our made-in-India and made-for-India
Ameo Petrol during the summer this year. Now with the Ameo Diesel being
introduced during the festivities, we have an opportunity to cater to a wider
set of customers, thereby further expanding the Volkswagen family. Ameo diesel
will be equipped with a 5-speed manual and our very popular 7-speed DSG gearbox
transmission making it the most compelling proposition in the segment.”
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