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It’s no surprise that so many people buy the Volkswagen Polo. It leads the class in lots of areas, offering a great choice of perky engines, good space inside and the sort of ride you’d expect from a good family-sized car. And while it’s pricier to buy outright than some of its rivals, that’s offset to an extent by competitive monthly finance rates and strong resale values.get the best price
The trimSee full equipment
Sporty R-line trim adds 16in alloy wheels and power-folding door mirrors. It’s mainly about a sportier look, though, with a more aggressive bodykit and a number of sporty interior design touches, such as a flat bottomed steering wheel. Unless you really love the looks, save yourself some money and opt for one of the cheaper trims.
The engineSee full engine specs
It might only have three cylinders and 94bhp, but this engine has the best combination of performance, fuel economy and CO2 emissions. It feels easily strong enough in town and holds its own on the motorway, too.
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