Hatchback, Manual, 1,198 cc, Petrol, 16.47 kmpl
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The Volkswagen Polo is a premium hatchback available in the Indian market. The car was developed in Germany and first introduced in 1975. Currently the Polo is in its fifth generation and there has also been an additional launch of a GT model in both petrol and diesel variants. The car comes in both petrol and diesel but the most impressive engine is definitely the TSI turbocharged petrol engine. The Polo competes with the Hyundai i20, Maruti Suzuki Swift and Fiat Palio.
The VW Polo follows a very sharp design that is edgy and modern, and that makes it one of the best looking hatches in the country. The cars stance is low, with nice tyres and wheel arches and sharp line running down the body of the car. The front hood is narrow and long with a very nice sporty grille and decent looking headlamps. The rear section is well design as well and the car looks like it is perfect in terms of its proportions.
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Reviewed on Jan 06, 2014
Its a great car nice interior, performance of the car is superb. The way its engine roars during pick up its just awesome, the car runs very smoothly having a fine grip on the road even on high speeds and it gives the felling of driving a smooth car I personally would recommend all the people to buy this car so, just go for it.
shreyas burji #460
Reviewed on Dec 12, 2013
Amazing trouble free car with full safety. I have driven it for three years now and I am totally in love with it. This was one of the first cars that I took from Bangalore. This is a world wide tested and appreciated car.
Reviewed on Dec 03, 2013
Very stylish and good looking car in this segment. Segment leader in build quality and ride comfort. Stable even at high speeds, good suspension, has all panles double zinc coated thereby. Giving anti corrosion warranty of 6years. Must buy in this segment.
rajan rawat #404
Reviewed on Jan 03, 2013
Comparing Maruti Vdi and Polo Comfortline 1.2 L diesel, the polo is far better if you love to drive wirh quality. The inrerior quality and ambience is far better than Vdi Swift. If polo is expensive than Maruti Swift Vdi is too expensive. I love this car, the engineering and research used is just perfect in polo whereas formality in Swift Vdi. If u planning for Swift than just go for Polo Comfortline. Polo giv u excellence in quality look, the service cost wud approx be same as each service wud bwe on every15 k kilomtrs or once in year. It uses synthetic oil so wud be just as similar as Swift Vdi for particular year. So dont worry just feel the difference in quality and features.
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P S Anand #389
Reviewed on Sep 24, 2012
The car is fabulous. I have done 50,000 kms on it. But after sales service is a big issue. The service providing companies are not able to do justice to the world class standards of this car. With weak consumer laws in India, the parent company and the service providers get away with a lot of things at the cost of the car owners. Volkswagen does not have a proper consumer redressal mechanism. All complaints to their customer care contacts are referred to the dealer. There is not a single phone number or contact to deal directly with Volkswagen on their website. The toll free numbers are a joke. Another big issue I have with Volkswagen are their criminal labor charges and cost of spares. I would rate these as EXORBITANT. But someone like me who has been a hatchback and small car wallah for the last 30 years I have found that the same spares sold by Volkswagen are also available in local spare market shops. Will definitely get rid of the car once the 4 year extended warranty lapses. I have also been duped into BUMPER TO BUMPER insurance by my dealer only to find myself paying through my nose when my font wind-shield cracked.
Reviewed on Aug 29, 2012
Company is not giving value for money to the customers so I have to tell you friends its useless better prefer Maruti Swift or Hyundai i20...
Reviewed on Jul 02, 2012
Just one word: Awesome;) good car, when u drive it u feel it...
Reviewed on Jun 20, 2011
Amazing handling and ride quality. Strong built and superb stability. Noisy engine but linear power transmission with very good acceleration. Need to work a lot with gears but amazing driving experience. Support is an issue with Volkswagen. Go for it
Reviewed on May 14, 2011
Its a wonderful Car... although it lacks a little bit in terms of interior but the performance of the car is terrific. The way its engine roars during pick up its awesome, the car runs very smoothly having a fine grip on the road and it gives the felling of driving a smooth car I personally would recommend all the people to buy this car..
Reviewed on Apr 29, 2011
Go for it !! Jst Outstanding :)
Asim Khan #126
Reviewed on Apr 04, 2011
German and Volkswagen are known for superior engineering and luxury however if this is their standard (POLO) then India is better off with Maruit, Hyndai and Tata Motors. The POLO lacks the power, space, comfort, efficiency and value for money!
Reviewed on Oct 29, 2010
VW, in India, has remained an automaker for the elite class till 2010. But surely, they had different plans for the Indian market. Models like Jetta and Passat could not help them establish the brand among the middle class Indians, for whom the Swifts and i10s were obvious choices. They had to come up with a small car that offers extremely good value for money, not compromising a bit on the VW quality standards. The Polo.