Here is a summary of all the different versions that the Volkswagen Polo BS6 comes in. There are 7 different trim levels on offer with the most affordable being the Volkswagen Polo Trendline Non-Metallic 1.0L version. The number of manual versions are 5 while the number of automatic trims are 2. Each version's ARAI rated fuel economy is also mentioned below. To know more about each version, click its name below.
|Volkswagen Polo Trendline Non-Metallic 1.0L Petrol,Upto 17.74,Manual||₹ 6.01 Lakh|
|Trendline Metallic 1.0LPetrol,Upto 17.75,Manual||₹ 6.17 Lakh|
|Comfortline Metallic 1.0LPetrol,Upto 17.74,Manual||₹ 7.06 Lakh|
The Volkswagen Polo BS6 is one of the 6 different models from the house of Volkswagen. Prices for this Hatchback start from Rs 601500 and buyers can pick from as many as 7 different versions. The transmission options on the Volkswagen Polo BS6 include both Manual and Automatic gearbox. The Polo offers a max power of 110PS@5000RPM. Some of the main rivals include Ford Freestyle and Ford Aspire.
I love it
I have the 2020 Polo GT TSI which is powered by the new 1.0-L TSI engine. The car gets updated bumper and headlamp design which makes it look more mature and fresh. The interiors are same as before and overall, I think this is one of the best cars for city travel. The build quality of the VW Polo is known to everybody and I donâ€™t think I have to talk about it. The car feels extremely planted at higher speeds and the new 1.0-L TSI engine too feels extremely smooth and refined. My white coloured car has just run 1.2 thousand kilometres so far and I am highly satisfied with it. The fuel economy that I get stands at around 10 KMPL as I drive the car very aggressively.
I have a 2012 Polo TDi which has run 1.3 lakh kilometres and is still going strong. The 1.6-L diesel engine of the car is extremely powerful and has loads of power which helps this beast pick up speeds in a brisk manner. The build quality of the vehicle is great and the car still feels solid, even after eight years. The engine could have been more refined but overall, I like the powertrain of the vehicle. The fuel economy that I get from this engine stands at around 14-15 KMPL in mixed usage while each service costs me around Rs 10-12 thousand. I do not plan to sell this car anytime soon and will definitely recommend it to anyone who wants a well built and a fun to drive hatchback right now.
I own a Polo GT TSI which I bought in the year 2019. The car is powered by a 1.2-L TSI engine and comes mated to a DSg gearbox, which is extremely fast with shifts. I love the timeless design of the car and the car that I have is red in colour, which I feel is the best colour to have if you are planning to buy Polo. The interiors of the car feel premium and robust unlike its other rivals but the rear seat space is not great. Driving this car in the traffic is easy as the visibility all around is fairly good. Apart from that, the engine is powerful and feels smooth. The car is fast and gets great driving dynamics which makes it a fun to drive car. The fuel economy that I get from this engine is somewhere around 11-12 KMPL. Since the car is fairly new, I have limited after sales support experience and I will update my review later and will add maintenance costs and after sales support experience.
I own a 2018 Polo TDi which has nearly sixty thousand kilometres on the odo. The car is used primarily by me for my office commute and occasional highway travel. The Polo looks extremely elegant and gets a subtle design language. I like the overall looks of the car and feel that this is one of the best looking hatchbacks in the market. The interiors are nicely put together and get a great build quality. The seats are comfortable but the rear seat has poor legroom, which makes it a not so good choice for family usage. The ergonomics are spot on and the car scores high in terms of practicality. The 1.5-L TDi engine is extremely powerful but sound a bit too rough, especially during the cold start. The clutch too is not very light but in all, the engine-gearbox combo makes it a fun to drive car. I usually get around 14-15 KMPL from this car on regular basis under mixed usage. The after sales support from the brand has been decent so far and average service bills come out to be 7-8 thousand rupees, which I think is reasonable for a car of this class.