It owns several subsidiary companies like Skoda, Audi, Porsche and Lamborghini – all mighty names in their own right. Although they come under the Volkswagen umbrella, each of these brands operates more or less independently. These companies also manufacture and sell cars at various markets of the world, often competing with each other. The Indian journey of Volkswagen commenced rather late in 2007. However, ever since, the company has offered several excellent cars to the Indian buyers.
Best Seller Car
Volkswagen Polo is one such best-seller cars from the German automaker. Introduced in 2009 in India, the Volkswagen Polo is doing well in the Indian hatchback segment, despite being half a decade old. However, Polo is one of the most successful models of Volkswagen in India and other global markets, ever since was first introduced in the global market in 1975.
The current edition of Polo on sale in India is the fifth generation of the car. Available for an ex-showroom Volkswagen Polo Price in India is ranging from INR 499000/- to 799990/-, the Polo is considered as the most ideal car for the urban conditions. It offers stunning exteriors and stylish looks, along with attractive and spacious interiors. All these, when powered by powerful performance, makes the Polo an outright winner.
The inside of the Polo is excellent as it oozes prime feel. It is also one of the most spacious cars in the hatchback segment. This super mini has ample room for accommodating five adults in all comfort and makes travelling easy and comfortable. There is enough space to keep the luggage as well. Available in both petrol and diesel variants, the Polo has a sensible mix of good appearance, performance and efficiency.
The petrol variant of Polo runs on a 1.2-litre 3-cylinder Inline, 1198 cc, multi-point fuel injection petrol engine with a top power of 73.7 bhp and a peak torque of 110Nm. In contrast, the all-new 1498 cc 1.5-litre TDi diesel engine delivers a top power of 88.5 bhp and a peak torque of 230Nm. Both the engines are mated to a five-speed manual transmission gearbox. Currently, no automatic versions of the Polo are available.
The current version of Polo offers a better fuel economy than its predecessors did. The petrol variant of the car offers an average mileage of 16.47 kmpl and the diesel variant, about 20.14 kmpl.
Polo comes loaded with safety features like ABS, airbags, 3-point front and rear outer seat belts, lap belt for middle, child lock, engine immobilizer, speed-sensing auto door locks, and much more, which add to its safety and overall appeal.
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