Everything you need to know about next year’s new Volkswagen Polo, including how much it’s likely to cost and what it’s like to drive
The new Volkswagen Polo is one of those models that highlights just how much cars have grown. Never mind the original Golf of 1974, the Polo has expanded to such an extent that the latest version of this ‘small’ hatchback is bigger than the Golf you could buy in 2003.
In some ways this actually seems quite fitting; after all, a huge part of the Polo’s appeal has always been its grown-up feel. But while Volkswagen unsurprisingly wants to keep existing Polo customers happy, it’s also offering much greater scope for personalisation with the new car in an effort to attract younger buyers.
Not only are there 14 exterior colours, but you can specify a contrasting roof, choose from numerous alloy wheel designs and opt for an R Line trim (pictured) which makes the car look much sportier.
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