Volkswagen Ameo Summary
|No of Gears||5 Gears|
|Kerb Weight||1027 kg|
Volkswagen Ameo Price List in India
Volkswagen Ameo price start at ₹ 5.94 Lakh and goes up to ₹ 10 Lakh. Check out the entire Volkswagen Ameo variants on-road price in India. Get more info on Volkswagen Ameo new models, videos, latest news, and the up-to-date Ameo four wheeler ex-showroom price.
Volkswagen Ameo Variants Price
|Ameo Variants||Ex-showroom Price|
|Trendline 1.0L (P) 999 cc, Petrol, 19.44 kmpl||₹ 5.94 Lakh|
|Comfortline 1.0L (P) 999 cc, Petrol, 19.44 kmpl||₹ 6.65 Lakh|
|CUP Edition Petrol 999 cc, Petrol, 19.44 kmpl||₹ 6.55 Lakh|
|Trendline 1.5L (D) 1498 cc, Diesel, 21.66 kmpl||₹ 7.12 Lakh|
|CUP Edition Diesel 1498 cc, Diesel, 21.66 kmpl||₹ 8.01 Lakh|
|Comfortline 1.5L (D) 1498 cc, Diesel, 21.66 kmpl||₹ 8.11 Lakh|
|Highline Plus 1.0L (P) 16 Alloy 999 cc, Petrol, 19.44 kmpl||₹ 8 Lakh|
|Highline Plus 1.5L (D)16 Alloy 1498 cc, Diesel, 21.66 kmpl||₹ 9.26 Lakh|
|GT Line (D) 1498 cc, Diesel, 21.73 kmpl||₹ 10 Lakh|
|Highline Plus 1.5L AT (D)16 Alloy 1498 cc, Diesel, 21.73 kmpl||₹ 10 Lakh|
Volkswagen Ameo Colours
- Reflex Silver
- Toffee Brown
- Candy White
- Carbon Steel
- Lapiz Blue
Volkswagen Ameo Mileage
Volkswagen Ameo Videos
Volkswagen Ameo Highlights
The sub-4-metre sedan class has proved to be quite popular among buyers in India, with models being offered from various manufacturers. Missing out on all the action, for the longest time, was Volkswagen. The brand decided to jump on to the bandwagon by introducing the Ameo. With the current crop of competitive compact sedans on the market, will the Polo-based Ameo stand a chance to rule the roost, without having to sacrifice Volkswagen's solid build, its premium feel and safety features?
The Volkswagen Ameo new model looks very similar to the Polo, but look closer, and you'll that the mildly revised front bumper is smaller than the hatchbacks. The slim grille and clean lines on the face are typically Volkswagen. Along the sides, there's a sharp shoulder line that adds some muscle to the overall silhouette. At the rear, the boot is a tad too boxy, but the creases and lines somewhat mask it rather well. Volkswagen could've got it perfect if it wasn't for that chopped roofline and the unusual C-pillar. The tail lamps, though, are simplistic and light up well in the dark.
The Volkswagen Ameo variants are as follows: Trendline, Comfortline, Highline and Highline Plus. Features include cruise control, front armrest, touchscreen entertainment system, climate control, rear air conditioner vents, rear parking camera and sensors, a chilled glove box, rain sensing wipers and single rear folding seat. On the safety front, it gets twin airbags and anti-locking brake system (ABS) as standard across all the variants.
The Ameo gets the typical fit and finish of any Volkswagen. The solid build quality is perhaps the best in its class. The instrument cluster and flat-bottom steering have been borrowed from the Polo. At the front, the seats provide ample support and the hollow backs mean that the rear passengers have good knee room as well. However, the limited legroom is a deterrent for the Volkswagen Ameo price and segment. The rear bench, though, has good cushioning, with sufficient support as well.
Engine Specification & Performance
The Volkswagen Ameo is powered by a 1.0-litre, three-cylinder engine that makes 75bhp and 95Nm of torque, while the 1.5-litre diesel engine produces 109bhp and 250Nm of torque. For a slight cut in Volkswagen Ameo on-road price and a substantial rise in fuel efficiency, the company dropped the 1.2 petrol motor in favour of the abovementioned gasoline engine. Both engines are paired to a 5-speed manual gearbox, while there is also an option of a 7-speed DSG automatic transmission. On starting the petrol motor, it sounds refined. The engine is smooth, with NVH levels being well contained. Acceleration is linear, and for urban conditions, this motor is quite peppy. On highways, however, the three-cylinder thrum is evident and the motor feels a bit strained. The clutch, on the other hand, is light; so are the gearshifts. There is a little bit of body roll, but it isn't all that bad. Ride quality, as expected, is supple, with all bumps being dealt with easily.
The Volkswagen Ameo's ARAI-certified fuel efficiency figure is rated at 21.66kmpl for the diesel model and 19.44kmpl for the petrol model.