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(launched 2018)

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1.0 TSI DSG Comfortline (A)
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$9,400 /yr 20.4km/L 114bhp 7-speed (A) DSG
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Price updated 18-Feb-2021

Volkswagen Polo
3.5 stars - based on 5 reviews
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Car Review - Volkswagen Polo 1.0 TSI DSG Beats (A)
The new Volkswagen Polo closes the gap between the supermini and hatchback categories, boasting excellent manners, greater refinement and increased utility.
A very nice car that needs more understa...  
Having owned many subcompact Japanese cars previously, it is actually unfair to compare the Polo with them. Besides the size, it feels like a segment and class above. The small 1 litre engine doesn't struggle when accelerating, and despite reviews I see commenting about vibrations from the 3 cylinder engine, personally I do not feel it. Interior wise, it has comfortable and supportive seats, modern infotainment system and a solid steering wheel. Although cars in this class usually have cheap plastic materials for the interior, the focus is taken away from it using clever design and use of colours. The beats audio system is decent and only slightly above average; Good bass but a lot of the mid range is missing. It also fits 3 small adults of typical Singaporean Asian built fine at the back. Despite all the good points, price will be the main reason why majority of people will not be interested in this car. The Polo will inadvertently be compared to a Japanese/Korean brand hatchback, even though it shouldn't be, as it is more of a cheaper luxury subcompact option. At this price, one can actually get a more practical family sedan. As such, it's market segment is confusing and thus seems unappealing: priced too high competing with similar size hatchbacks, size too small competing with similar priced sedans. The reasons I bought the Polo are due to the following for potential buyer reference: 1) Ride comfort and intricate engine refinement is a priority, comparing to Japanese/Korean hatchback. 2) You choose a small car not because you have to, but because you want to; I prefer manoeuvring in a small car than a larger sedan. 3) Space is not my top priority; Prefer driving experience, but not willing to spend the money for a luxury brand.
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Owned the car for about 1.5 years. Till now no major issue with the car accept the rubber strip around the boot area was defective causing water build up in the spare tire compartment when raining. Mechanical wise so far so good no DSG juddering etc. Had already clocked 34000 KM on the car. Feels like driving a bigger VW car. Engine was smooth and punchy. Handling was good. Fuel consumption wise, about 16-17 Km/l and covered about 650-700 Km. Interior space was adequate for 4 person.
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  Items for Volkswagen Polo
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