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Volkswagen Hikes Prices On Taigun, Polo & Vento By Up To Rs. 5,000

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The Volkswagen Polo and Vento get a price hike of Rs. 5,000 on select variants, while the Taigun is now more expensive by Rs. 4,200 on all variants. The Skoda Kushaq gets a price hike only on the base trim.

The Volkswagen Taigun has received a price hike across all variants of up to Rs. 4,200

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The Volkswagen Taigun has received a price hike across all variants of up to Rs. 4,200

Volkswagen Passenger Cars India has hiked prices across its India-made cars including the Polo, Vento, and the recently launched Taigun compact SUV. All models have seen a price hike of up to ₹ 5,000 across the range and the new prices came into effect from November 15, 2021, the company said in a statement. Volkswagen India also said that the price increase was a result of the rising input costs. Interestingly, it’s not just VW models but Skoda has silently hiked prices on the new Kushaq as well. However, only the base variant on the Kushaq has seen a price increase. VW India previously hiked prices on the Polo and Vento as early as September this year.

Also Read: Volkswagen Polo And Vento Prices To Be Hiked From September 1, 2021


The Skoda Kushaq gets a price hike of ₹ 30,000 only on the base Active 1.0 MT variant

The price increment though feels more prominent on the Volkswagen Taigun, which has seen prices go up by ₹ 4,200 across all variants. The Taigun range now starts from ₹ 10.54 lakh, going up to ₹ 17.54 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom India). Meanwhile, the Skoda Kushaq Active 1.0 MT now starts at ₹ 10.79 lakh, as against the launch price of ₹ 10.49 lakh. All prices are ex-showroom. That’s an ₹ 30,000 jump on the base trim even as prices on other variants remain untouched for now.

The Volkswagen Polo range starts at ₹ 6.32 lakh. Prices on the Polo GT remain unchanged at ₹ 10 lakh. The Vento line-up is priced from the same ₹ 10 lakh onwards for the Comfortline variant, while the top-spec Highline Plus AT gets a ₹ 5,000 hike and is now priced at ₹ 14.15 lakh (ex-showroom, India).


Prices on the Volkswagen Polo GT remain unchanged even as prices on other variants have gone up


There are no changes to either model and the cars continue to get the same mechanicals and features. Prices have seen a prominent hike in 2021 given the rising cost of raw materials at large, while supply constraints related to the semiconductor shortage have also created roadblocks for automakers in terms of production.

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