Anyway, before the facelift, the Volkswagen Polo price list started just above 20,000 euros. Now the model dives just below. The problem is: the version you can get for 19,990 euros is not the version you want. Or you'll have to settle for an 80 horsepower, turbo-less 1.0-litre three-cylinder, five-speed manual transmission and 15-inch steel wheels with hubcaps. Although the presence of air conditioning, an infotainment system with a 6.2-inch touchscreen, LED headlights and a digital cockpit is reason for a modest cheer.
But still, the Volkswagen Polo that you actually want will only come into view from 22,390 euros. For that amount, Volkswagen gives you the keys to a 1.0 TSI with 95 hp and a five-speed manual transmission. Tired yourself rather not with switching, then you have to transfer at least 25,890 euros to importer Pon for a Polo 1.0 TSI with seven-speed DSG gearbox. Are you looking for more horsepower, then the only option is the 1.0 TSI with 110 hp, which is always equipped with an automatic transmission. The refreshed Volkswagen Polo GTI will be on the market later.
Surprisingly, the facelift of the Volkswagen Polo has become a fairly drastic one. Just look at the front, where the VW logo seems to protrude more from the grille, the headlights now have a bite out at the bottom and the daytime running lights run in a strip across the width of the car. All Polos now have LED headlights. Matrix LED is standard from the Style trim level. Only then will you get the LED strip through the grille.
At the rear, the new light units stand out. They are no longer simple squares, as on the current Volkswagen Polo, but Volkswagen Golf-like lights with a spur in the trunk lid. Like so many facelift models of the Volkswagen group, the Polo also follows the trend of spelled out type designations. A Volkswagen logo on the back is no longer enough. The word 'Polo' should now be underneath it.
In the interior of the renewed Volkswagen Polo we find the usual changes. The infotainment screen grows (on select versions) from 8.0 inches to 9.2 inches. A really incomprehensible change has to do with the automatic air conditioning. It is no longer operated with a cluster of physical buttons, but gets those annoying, completely user-unfriendly touch buttons and sliders of the Volkswagen Golf and Volkswagen ID.3.
You drive the Volkswagen Polo for a fixed low amount per month through Volkswagen Private Lease.
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