Launched in the premium hatchback segment almost a decade ago, the Volkswagen Polo has taken over the Indian roads like no other vehicle. The manufacturers keep adding new changes and advancements that go hand in hand with the modern technologies, in order to keep updating in the current times. This is one of the more popular vehicles and its credibility makes it what it so loved.
Available in both Diesel and Petrol Engines, the fuel efficiency is commendable coupled with excellent power and drive.
The 1.2L Petrol engine comes with a 5 speed manual gearbox, offers a power of 74 bhp/5400 rpm and torque of 110 Nm.
The 1.2L TSi with the GT TSI Engine comes with a 7 speed automatic gearbox, offers a power of 103 bhp of 5000 rpm and torque of 175 Nm of 1500 rpm.
The 1.5L Diesel is turbo charged comes with a 5 speed manual gearbox, offers a power of an average of 89 bhp and torque of an average of 230 Nm.
The compact yet fierce shape is a heart breaker on the roads. The front comes with a grille, with headlamps on the side. Fog lamps are also provided for on the bottom along with bumper grille on the bottom. ORVM with turn indicators and ‘Estrada’ Alloy Wheels are also provided for. A chrome lining has been added too, that runs across the vehicle, giving it a more defined shape and class. All the changes that have been added give it a more modern and complete look making it even more appealing.
With ample of interior space and futuristic technology, features likes Doorstep garnish, stylish upholstery, aluminum pedal cluster and multi-function steering make the journey so much better and interesting. The advanced touchscreen Infotainment system also adds a certain amount of ease in the journey.
Rain-sensing wipers, push start/stop button and electrically foldable wing mirrors are features that are offered too.
Safety is taken care of with the help of the Anti-lock breaking system, rear parking sensors and the standard dual front airbags, promoting a safe and pleasurable drive.
This Hatchback offers an average mileage of 16.47 (Petrol) and 20.59 kmpl (Diesel).