Volkswagen’s all-new Polo grows up
Bigger and undeniably better, the Polo comes out from under the Golf’s shadow with stylish looks and a refined ride marking it out as a premium car, writes Dave Humphreys
Few cars in the supermini B-segment enjoy the same pedigree and reputation that the Volkswagen Polo has, and most car makers dream of replicating its success. Globally, there have been more than 14 million sales to date, of which 4.2 million can be attributed to the outgoing model.
Understandably, then, Volkswagen was never going to do anything radically different with its new Polo. Instead, it has thoughtfully evolved it, adding significant improvements in key areas such as...
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