Once upon a time, luxury was only injected into larger cars but the great thing is that big-car luxury has made its way down to smaller models. Evidence? The Volkswagen Polo. At first glance, it can easily be mistaken as VW’s larger and more expensive Golf.
The Volkswagen Polo For You
Trims: S, S A/CM SE, SE Design, SEL, Match, BlueMotion, BlueGT, R-Line, GTI
S – The Polo S and S A/C are the entry-level models offering reasonably basic equipment as you’d expect but the VW build quality remains apparent.
Match – Coming in mid-range and our recommended trim is the Match, a more realistic starting point for most Polo buyers. Upgrade to a Match and expect to be treated with 15-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights and a leather-trimmed steering wheel.
R-Line – For those looking for sporty styling without the added costs that come with driving a higher powered model, the R-Line trim offers the perfect compromise. Styling touches include a bodykit and bigger alloy wheels with sporty interior trim.
BlueMotion – The BlueMotion model comes with a more aerodynamic bodykit to reduce air resistance and fuel economy, and also receives low rolling resistance tyres. The top-spec standard model is the BlueGT, which gets 17-inch alloy wheels, gloss black interior touches and premium upholstery to give a more expensive feel.
GTI – The GTI model is the sportiest of the lot, and gets LED headlights, a beefier bodykit and tartan trim features on the seats.
From economy-focused to sporty, a great selection of engines are available.
If opting for a diesel you have two variants in the shape of a 1.4-litre three-cylinder offering either 74bhp or 88bhp. Both are geared towards economy, emitting just over 100g/km of CO2and registering 74.3mpg on the combined cycle.
Go for a petrol option and you’re offered more choice. There’s a 1.0-litre unit making between 59bhp and 109bhp, a 1.2-litre engine making 89bhp and a 1.4 making 148bhp. The range topping GTI model has a 1.8-litre engine making 189bhp.
Running costs remain fairly low no matter which engine you choose. However, the best bet for fuel costs are the higher-powered diesels which offer more than 70mpg while the mid-range petrols all offer above 60mpg.
Hippo has great finance deals on used and new Volkswagen Polos for either personal or business use. We have many combinations of good condition, used and new cars or business and personal finance options so please call 01254 956 777 or simply email us at email@example.com for a tailored quote.
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Total Price £8,980.00. Vehicle Price £8,980.00. Deposit £0.00. Total Amount of Credit £8,980.00. First Payment of £181.59, Followed by 47 Payments of £181.59, with a Final Payment of £2,934.25. Duration of Agreement is 49 Months. Fees of £358.00 are included in the payments shown. Interest Charges of £2312.57. Annual Fixed Interest Rate of 4.79%. Actual rate will be adjusted to include the deferred final payment.
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Total Price £8,980.00. Vehicle Price £8,980.00. Deposit £0.00. Total Amount of Credit £8,980.00. First Payment of £227.87, Followed by 46 Payments of £227.87, with a Final Payment of £386.87. Duration of Agreement is 48 Months. Fees of £358.00 are included in the payments shown. Interest Charges of £1758.76. Annual Fixed Interest Rate of 4.79%.
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