- Is the Volkswagen Polo Sedan a good car?
- Who is the Volkswagen Polo Sedan a good car for?
- Is the Volkswagen Polo Sedan good first car?
- Is the Volkswagen Polo Sedan a good family car?
- Is there a Volkswagen Polo Sedan hybrid?
- What’s it like to drive?
- Reviewer’s opinion
- Read the Polo sedan colour and price guide
- What does it look like?
- What is the Volkswagen Jetta like inside?
- Standard features in the Volkswagen Polo Sedan
- Tech highlights
- Price and specs
- Which is the cheapest Volkswagen Polo Sedan?
- How much does it cost?
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Volkswagen recently introduced a new version of its popular Polo Sedan, now sporting improved in-car technologies and a new design. Here's everything that you need to know about the newcomer.
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Is the Volkswagen Polo Sedan a good car?
Sharing much of its components with the Polo hatchback means that the sedan version of the Polo is just a slightly more practical version of what is already considered a segment-leading product.
Who is the Volkswagen Polo Sedan a good car for?
The Polo Sedan appeals to those looking to get into the A0-segment within the Volkswagen brand but require more boot space for the family and perhaps their various hobbies.
Is the Volkswagen Polo Sedan good first car?
While the Polo hatch is arguable a better first car, there is nothing about the Polo Sedan that makes it a bad first vehicle.
Is the Volkswagen Polo Sedan a good family car?
With a large 521-litre boot, solid safety credentials, a spacious interior and a reputation for reliability, a Polo Sedan makes for a tempting family vehicle proposition in 2022.
Is there a Volkswagen Polo Sedan hybrid?
There are no hybrid options within the Polo Sedan range, only a 1.6-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine.
What’s it like to drive?
Volkswagen recently introduced a Polo sedan range locally. Like the Volkswagen Polo hatch, the sedan models look very stylistic and feature the latest in comfort and convenience systems from the German automaker. The Polo sedan is offered in two trim levels with the higher specified Life variant also available with either a 5-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission. AutoTrader
Read the Polo sedan colour and price guide
What does it look like?
While the Polo Sedan has always been a case of form following function, the latest iteration of Volkswagen’s medium-sized sedan has managed to be both elegant and understated in terms of its exterior design.
What is the Volkswagen Jetta like inside?
Along with the striking exterior, the new Polo Sedan also offers a stylish, versatile and modern interior which offers a world-class experience of connectivity and technology. Offering a premium dual- tone interior, dual-tone seat upholstery and premium touch surfaces, the Polo Sedan combines comfort with sheer elegance. The new Polo Sedan is equipped with features like keyless entry, ambient lighting and Climatronic’ air-conditioning (only available in the Life derivatives), multi-function steering wheel and 521 litres of boot space.-Volkswagen SA
Standard features in the Volkswagen Polo Sedan
- Hil-hold assist
- Front and rear electric windows
- Leather-covered steering wheel and gear lever
- Dual-front airbags
- Park Distance Control
- Rearview camera
- LED headlights
- Keyless access/start
- Climate control
- Colour touchscreen with Bluetooth and USB connectivity
- Fog lamps
- Cruise control
- ISOFIX child seat anchor points
Price and specs
Which is the cheapest Volkswagen Polo Sedan?
The most affordable Polo Sedan is the sedan 1.6 which retails for R318 300.
How much does it cost?
|Volkswagen Polo sedan 1.6||R 318 300|
|Volkswagen Polo sedan 1.6 Life manual||R 345 600|
|Volkswagen Polo sedan 1.6 Life auto||R 365 500|
*Pricing correct at time of publishing and subject to change without notice.
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