There is an understated elegance to the Vento’s design and the car looks attractive, even after all these years. It’s not new-age on the inside either but there is a certain upmarket feel to the cabin. As ever, the Vento's tough build is one of its highlights. Seat comfort is good and rear-seat space is also impressive, if not at class-best levels.<br/>The 105hp, 1.6-litre petrol engine offers performance that’s at par with the rest of the segment Although it’s the petrol-automatic combo with a 105hp, 1.2 turbo-petrol engine and dual-clutch auto gearbox that is the zingier, more modern and nicer petrol option. The 110hp, 1.5-litre diesel engine isn’t the quietest around but it delivers exciting mid-range performance. The diesel-manual is nice, while the diesel with the dual-clutch auto makes the Vento feel like a mini-Jetta. All Ventos feel surefooted but the ride can get fidgety on broken patches and its suspension isn’t the quietest, either.
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