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Volkswagen Polo facelift launch today in Delhi

Volkswagen Polo facelift Alloys

A keen competitor to Maruti Swift, Hyundai i20, (and yet to be launched cars like) Honda Jazz, Tata Bolt and Fiat Punto, the 2014 Volkswagen Polo Facelift gears up for launch. VW Polo is expected to be priced at INR 5-8 lakhs, ex-Showroom Delhi.

Volkswagen Polo facelift AlloysVolkswagen Polo facelift has been spotted on test on various occasions over the past year. It will not only boast of exterior and interior updates but also new engine option. This is in the form of a new 1.5 liter four cylinder diesel engine. However, the 1.2 liter three cylinder diesel seen on its earlier counterpart has been phased out.

2014 VW Polo 1.5 liter TDI engine is capable of 90 PS peak power at 4,200 rpm and 230 Nm peak torque at 1,500-2,500 rpm and comes in with Variable Geometry Turbo Charger. Another tune of this engine is also on offer, with the GT TDI variant. This will generate 105 PS power and 250 Nm torque. The petrol TSI 1.2 liter turbocharged engine offers 105 PS peak power at 5,000 rpm and 175 Nm peak torque at 1,500-4,100 rpm while a 1.2 liter petrol engine with 75 PS and 110 Nm is also on offer.

VW Polo facelift spiedSpy shots of its interior showcase modifications to its dashboard and also include a revised front grille, new bumper design and foglight reflectors besides new headlamps, alloy wheels and a new flat bottom three spoke steering wheel. Its center console receives a silver finish while instrument cluster with multi info display is seen in a new font.

VW Polo facelift spiedVolkswagen dealers across India have commenced pre launch bookings of the Polo facelift which will be seen in a new bright orange exterior colour as the premium hatch is set for launch to appeal to young car aficionados in the country. More details like price, mileage, variants on offer, etc in a few hours from the Delhi launch.

UPDATE: Volkswagen Polo facelift launch price Rs 4.99 lakhs


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