Volkswagen Taigun GT Line priced from 14.08 lakh onwards

Taigun GT Line priced between Rs 14.08 lakh-15.63 lakh.

By Rivan RS, Autocar India calendar 22 Apr 2024 Views icon1342 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Volkswagen Taigun GT Line priced from 14.08 lakh onwards

Volkswagen revealed the Taigun GT Plus Sport and GT Line exactly a month back, and now, it has revealed the prices of these variants. The Taigun GT Line, which is available with the 1.0-litre engine in manual and auto forms, is priced from Rs 14.08 lakh, while the Taigun GT Plus Sport, which is powered by a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol with manual and dual-clutch auto options, is priced from Rs 18.54 lakh. VW is also offering a complementary 4-year Service Value Package (SVP) on the higher-spec GT Plus Sport trims, and deliveries are said to have commenced this month.


Taigun Chrome Taigun Sport Prices
1.0 TSI MT Comfortline - Rs 10.99 lakh*
1.0 TSI MT Highline - Rs 13.88 lakh
1.0 TSI AT Highline - Rs 15.43 lakh
1.0 TSI MT Topline - Rs 16.12 lakh
1.0 TSI MT Topline (with new features) - Rs 16.31 lakh
1.0 TSI AT Topline - Rs 17.63 lakh
1.0 TSI AT Topline (with new features) - Rs 17.88 lakh
GT 1.5 TSI MT - Rs 16.77 lakh
GT 1.5 TSI DSG - Rs 17.36 lakh
GT Plus Chrome 1.5 TSI MT - Rs 18.18 lakh
GT Plus Chrome 1.5 TSI MT (with new features) - Rs 18.54 lakh
GT Plus Chrome 1.5 TSI DSG - Rs 18.69 lakh*
GT Plus Chrome 1.5 TSI DSG (with added features) - Rs 18.69 lakh*
- GT Line 1.0 TSI MT Rs 14.08 lakh
- GT Line 1.0 TSI AT Rs 15.63 lakh
- GT Plus Sport 1.5 TSI MT Rs 18.54 lakh
- GT Plus Sport 1.5 TSI DSG Rs 19.74 lakh


*Limited time offer

Volkswagen Taigun GT Line: what’s different?

First off, the Taigun GT Line is only available with the 115hp, 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine, with both 6-speed manual and 6-speed torque converter automatic options. When compared to the top-spec Taigun Chrome Topline variant, the GT Line seems to have the same features list, but with certain cosmetic differences.

There are black 17-inch ‘Cassino’ alloy wheels and every bit of chrome on the outside has been replaced with a black finish – the front grille, headlights, roof rails, spoiler and badges. The interior of the Taigun GT Line continues with the blacked-out theme with contrast grey stitching on the doors, seat covers, front centre armrest and steering wheel.

Volkswagen Taigun GT Plus Sport: what’s different?

The Taigun GT Plus Sport is only available with the 150hp, 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine, which has 6-speed manual and 7-speed dual-clutch automatic options. It gets the same features as the top-spec Taigun GT Plus Chrome, but with blacked-out styling. Even compared to the Taigun GT Line, the GT Plus Sport adds a number of contrasting red bits, such as the GT badges on the grille, front fender, bootlid and the brake calipers. The contrasting red continues in the cabin as well, and can be seen on the seats, steering wheel, armrests and doors. In addition, the GT Plus Sport also gets aluminium pedals.

Volkswagen Taigun Sport: rivals

These blacked-out versions of the Taigun will take on the likes of the Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo (Rs 17.29 lakh-20.49 lakh), Kia Seltos X-Line (Rs 19.65 lakh-20.35 lakh), and the Hyundai Creta N Line (Rs 16.82 lakh-20.45 lakh).

All prices, ex-showroom, India


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