Volkswagen announce the all new facelifted Polo for this year
January 28, 2014

Some exciting news has broken out today regarding a brand new face lifted and revamped edition of the ever so successful Polo model that has come directly from the German car manufacturers known as Volkswagen. The brand officially announced as of today that the latest model from the brand will see a few new upgraded and finely tuned extras put into place during the manufacturing process which will help improve all aspects of the vehicle such as looks.design and more importantly than anything its engine sizes and power capabilities.

 

So what has been done to the re designed Polo from VW ?

So in terms of what went into the car during the manufacturing process, and helps improve this vehicle a step above the basic Polo, it has been confirmed directly by the brands owners, that we see the warm welcome additions of, a range of three cylinder petrol and diesel engines that will be open to the customer ahead of the time of purchase,with the lowest entry level model carrying a total of 74 units of brake horse power whereas, the high end addition will feature a combined bhp of 89.

 

We think that these changes in engine and power capabilities are indeed a welcome one, but if that wasn't enough to catch your attention and make you even think about investing, maybe the added features and gadgets will convince you.

 

With that being said, the main notable changes to the Gadgets and technology that has been used during the production aspect, we see these come in the shape and form of,an all new three spoke steering wheel,a 6.5 inch colour touch screen and, wireless Bluetooth connectivity. In regards to other added on pieces of kit, we see these within the additions of,revamped front and rear bumpers,chrome strips between the fog lights and,an all new LED headlights.

 

Pricing and release time on the all new Volkswagen Polo

Firstly,in regards to an official reveal on the model, Volkswagen have come out directly and stated that, the vehicle will be revealed at the upcoming Geneva motor show, and will indeed go on sale sometime soon after, so we expect it to be within the next few upcoming months, and will therefore face some stiff competition from the likes of Audi and BMW. In terms of how much this new revamped vehicle will set you back, although nothing has been directly stated, you can expect to pay somewhere around the £11,000 area for an entry level version of the all new Polo with higher spec models adding to the price.

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