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2014 Volkswagen Polo 1.5TDI India image gallery

15 Jul 2014 / 0

Volkswagen has debuted their new 1.5-litre engine in the Polo. This engine will replace the 1.2-litre three cylinder diesel in the Polo range. The new engine will be available in two levels of tune with the lower powered version doing duty in the Polo while the more powerful version will debut in the future variants of the Vento and Polo GT TDI. The engine in this state of tune makes 90PS@4,000rpm and 230Nm from 1,500rpm to 2,500rpm. However the Polo itself has had a minor refresh. Scroll down for the images

2015 Volkswagen Polo (1)

The new burnt orange colour turns quite a few heads

2015 Volkswagen Polo (2)

The front end features new headlamps (the reflectors have been changed), some chrome garnish and new fog lamps

2015 Volkswagen Polo (4)

The side profile is pretty much the same save for the new 15-inch wheels

2015 Volkswagen Polo (5)

The lamps at the rear have been marginally tweaked

2015 Volkswagen Polo (13)

The new wheels are wrapped with Apollo’s new Alnac tyres in the same 185/60R15 size as before

2015 Volkswagen Polo (12)

While the rear bench is cramped the boot offers generous space for a hatchback

2015 Volkswagen Polo (9)

The new 90PS/230Nm engine offers strong performance while continuing to be very efficient

2015 Volkswagen Polo (11)

The interiors get a new silver trim around the centre console and a new flat bottom steering wheel

Images shot by Suresh Narayanan

 

Quick look: Volkswagen Polo 1.5TDI vs Polo 1.2TDI



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