The VW Virtus Comfortline Base Variant fixes the horns with the Honda City V and Skoda Slavia Active and looks a better option compared.
Volkswagen Virtus is based on the MQB-AO-IN platform and comes in six color options (Candy White, Silver Reflex, Rising Blue Metal, Cherry Red, Turmeric Yellow, Carbon Steel Gray). The upcoming car is expected to cost around Rs 10.99 crore to Rs 18.59 crore (former showroom, Delhi). It will compete with cars such as Honda City, Maruti Ciaz, Hyundai Verna and Skoda Slavia. In the new video, TeamAutoTrend tries to determine whether the base version of the Volkswagen Virtus Comfortline is better than the Honda City V. Let’s see!
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VW Virtus Comfortline exterior and interior
As you can see in the video above, the Volkswagen Virtus Comfortline has a high-quality look thanks to the elegant and modern design language. It comes with standard LED headlights with LED DRL and LED turn indicators. However, unlike the higher-end versions, it does not have front fog lamps or chrome parts on the front bumper. In addition, the entry-level model comes with 16-inch steel wheels. At the back, the company has added LED taillights in the design with arrowheads. You also have a rear parking camera, rear parking sensors, rear window fog cleaner and a roof antenna.
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From the inside, the new car is well equipped with important conveniences. It has a lower flat steering wheel with sound controls mounted on the steering wheel on both sides. You also get a touch screen system with Android auto and apple car play. There is also a monochrome tft display with a digital speedometer. On the right, you have control of the headlight on the right side of the steering wheel. Although the control panel is simple, it has a good structure. The armrests have a soft leather upholstery. The overall space of the back seat is very standard and large. However, there are no AC outlets and no central support.
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Features and capabilities
Additional features include a 12-volt charger, USB port, day and night adjustable IRMM, LED cabin light, power windows and electronically adjustable ORVM. The Volkswagen Virtus Base is also equipped with safety features such as dual airbags, ESP with attractive controls, ABS with EBD and remote sensor locking. Consumers will also receive a 521-liter cargo capacity and flat folding rear seats. In general, the initial version offers more features than expected. This is better than the versatile versions like Honda City V and Skoda Slavia Active. The VW Virtus Comfortline features a 1.0-liter TSI turbocharged gasoline engine that powers Slavia. He is 115 hp. and 178 Nm for maximum power and torque. This engine can be purchased with a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic converter.