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VW Polo Match For British Market

VW Polo Match at VW Polo Match For British Market

Volkswagen removed the SE and Moda trim levels from UK Polo range and instead added the new Match trim which offers greater value.

The Match offers the most popular features of the previous models with better specification, or £650 worth of equipment in other words. Yet at £11,300 the 1.2-litre 60 PS manual version, it undercuts the cheapest SE by £215.

On the outside, the Match Polo comes with stylish 15-inch ‘Castille’ alloy wheels, front fog lights and heat-insulating tinted rear windows. The standard features of the car include manual air conditioning, an RCD 310 radio / CD player, multifunction computer and MDI (Multi Device Interface) with iPod connectivity all standard.  The model is also fitted with electric windows and a comfort pack, incorporating remote central locking and electrically adjustable exterior mirrors.

The car also packs good safety features for its size, including four airbags, ABS and ESP.

Engine-wise, the Match is available with two petrol units – a 1.2-litre three-cylinder producing 60 PS and  a 1.4-litre 85 PS – plus one diesel – a 1.2-litre 75 PS. Standard transmission is a 5-speed manual, but you can order 7-speed dual-clutch DCT with the 1.4-litre petrol engine. You also have the choice of three or five door body styles.

Model CO2 emissions,
‘on the road’, £
1.2-litre 60 PS 3-door 5 spd manual 128 £11,300
1.2-litre 60 PS 5-door 5 spd manual 128 £11,920
1.4-litre 85 PS 3-door 5 spd manual 139 £12,605
1.4-litre 85 PS 5-door 5 spd manual 139 £13,225
1.4-litre 85 PS 3-door 7 spd DSG 135 £13,865
1.4-litre 85 PS 5-door 7 spd DSG 135 £14,485
1.2-litre TDI 75 PS 3-door 5 spd manual 102 £13,520
1.2-litre TDI 75 PS 5-door 5 spd manual 102 £14,140

Also available are a range of attractive finance deals for the Polo Match. And when the car is bought with a Solutions PCP package, it also qualifies for one year’s free insurance and three years or 30,000 miles free servicing

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