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Volkswagen Polo

Volkswagen Polo (Germany, 2009-present)

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Review

At the Geneva Motor Show 2009, the fifth Polo debuted with a completely new look and technology.



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Safety

The European version of the Polo is equipped with standard ESP electronic stabilization program with Hill Hold Control, and it has a network of airbags on board, including combined head-thorax airbags (integrated in the front seatbacks), belt tensioners and belt force limiters plus seatbelt warning indicator and head restraints that counteract the risk of whiplash injury (both front seats), three rear head restraints and Isofix preparation for child seats.



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Trim levels and equipments

Volkswagen has rearranged the line structure of its equipment lines since the previous model: "Trendline" still represents the entry-level variant, and "Comfortline" still refers to the mid equipment level. New to the lineup is the top version called "Highline". Convenience features that are standard features of the Polo Trendline include: electro-hydraulic power steering, power windows in front, central locking, cargo area lighting and tie-down points, warning buzzer if lights are left on, height adjustment for driver’s seat, illuminated make-up mirrors in the sun visors and green tinted windows.

Options that Polo drivers can order include static turning lights integrated in the front fog lights, daytime running lights (from "Comfortline" up), side curtain airbags (head airbag system for front and rear passengers), radio and radio-navigation systems and an integrated hands-free telephone system. A panorama sunroof and bi-xenon headlights will follow at a later time.

 



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Engines and transmissions

In total, seven different engines are offered on the new Polo in its first year – four gasoline and three diesel – spanning a power range from 44 kW / 60 PS to 77 kW / 105 PS. Five of these engines are entirely new or are being used for the first time in the Polo.

The new engines include all three TDIs (turbo-diesel direct-injection); common rail technology is implemented for the first time in the Polo. The Polo 1.6 TDI with 66 kW / 90 PS, when combined with a "BlueMotion Technology package", has average fuel consumption of 3.6 liters per 100 kilometers and 96 g/km CO2 makes it the most fuel efficient and lowest emitting. The "BlueMotion Technology package" and 90-PS TDI may be ordered on the "Comfortline" and "Highline" equipment versions.



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