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    Default Volkswagen's Polo: Cute and Strong

    Unveiled at the 10th Auto expo, New Delhi 2010, Volkswagen's Polo is a mini car that is claimed to best suit the Indian terrain and traffic conditions. Available in three various options of Trendline, Comfortline and Highline, Polo claims to be the best in its class. It gives a combination of distinctive sporty design with a high performance engine. Polo offers high fuel efficiency and elevated power.

    The elegant, understated yet stylish design of Polo is said to stand the test of time. Polo is designed to last with a longer haul and endurance. With both the interior and exterior beautifully crafted, Polo is said to be a testimonial of Volkswagen’s lasting standards of quality. The comfortable interior of Polo has superb styling with materials of high quality designed with attention to every small detail. The various features that add to the comfort and luxury ensure a relaxing journey.

    The Volkswagen's Polo offers an impressive performance with exceptional power and smooth handling. Available in both Petrol and Diesel version, the range of the cars starts with a 1.2 liter diesel engine unit which produces a 75 PS (55 kW) of power. Polo also has best in class fuel efficiency with a mileage of 22.07 km/l.

    The Volkswagen's Polo ensures the safety of the passengers with a variety of features that include advanced safety equipments. The tough and strong body if Polo is built with high strength steel. The double airbags and the anti-lock braking system make Polo one of the safest cars around.

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    Please check the specification of fiat punto Diesel with 90HP its far more stronger in this segment.
    Don't allow people to hold you down when gravity's the only thing in life with the power to do so..:cool:

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    New Volkswagen Polo will feature

    1.New TDI and TSI engines, coupled with a 7-speed dual clutch transmission (DSG)

    2.Seven different engines on offer – four petrol and three diesel (power range from 44 kW/60 Bhp to 77 kW/105 Bhp)

    3.A new 1.2 TSI turbo-charged four-cylinder direct injection petrol engine produces 77 kW / 105 PS consumes 5.5 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers (129 g/km CO2) – 19 percent less than on the previous generation model

    4.A 1.6 TDI with 66 kW/90 Bhp: when combined with a BlueMotion package, returns an average fuel consumption of 3.6 liters per 100 kilometers and 96 g/km CO2 making it the “most fuel efficient and lowest emitting five-seater diesel in the world”

    5.Designed to attain the recently established, stricter and more comprehensive, 5-star EuroNCAP rating

    6.Standard ESP electronic stabilization program with Hill Hold Control

    7.Body weight reduced by 7.5 percent, for better dynamics and higher efficiency

    8.Static turning lights integrated in the front fog lights

    9.Side curtain airbags (head airbag system for front and rear passengers)

    10.Integrated Stereo and radio-navigation systems

    11.Integrated hands-free telephone systems

    12.Panorama sunroof and bi-xenon headlights

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    Polo is a decent car. Its interior is superb. Having luxurious feeling in interior.

    Its price is a little expensive than other competitive cars.

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