Volkswagen Polo

  • 6.19 - 10 Lakh
    Avg. Ex-showroom Price (incl. GST)
    16 - 20 kmpl
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Volkswagen Polo Key Specifications

  • Price

    6.19 Lakh onwards


    16 - 20 kmpl


    999 cc


    Manual, Automatic

    Fuel Type


    Seating Capacity

    5 Seater

Quick Facts about Volkswagen Polo

Volkswagen Polo, a Hatchback, is available from 6.17 Lakh to 10 Lakh in India. Volkswagen offers the latest Polo in 7 versions in India. The base model Trendline 1.0L MPI starts at 6.17 Lakh in Delhi and the top model GT is priced at 10 Lakh in Delhi. If you are looking for 5 seater car then you should consider Polo.

Polo comes in 7 Petrol version(s).

Petrol version comes with 999cc engine capacity and both manual, automatic transmission mode(s). It generates 109hp power at 5000 rpm.

Volkswagen Polo comes in 5 colors which include Carbon Steel, Reflex Silver, Sunset Red, Flash Red, Candy White.

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Volkswagen Polo Price List (By Variant)


Trendline 1.0L MPI

999 cc | Manual | 18 - 20 kmpl
6.17 Lakh Check On Road Price

Comfortline 1.0L MPI

999 cc | Manual | 18 - 20 kmpl
7.11 Lakh Check On Road Price

Comfortline 1.0L TSI

999 cc | Manual | 16 - 18 kmpl
7.41 Lakh Check On Road Price

Highline Plus 1.0L TSI

999 cc | Manual | 16 - 18 kmpl
8.49 Lakh Check On Road Price

Comfortline 1.0L TSI AT

999 cc | Automatic | 14 - 16 kmpl
8.51 Lakh Check On Road Price

Highline Plus 1.0L TSI AT

999 cc | Automatic | 14 - 16 kmpl
9.6 Lakh Check On Road Price


999 cc | Manual | 14 - 16 kmpl
10 Lakh Check On Road Price
Note Note:Volkswagen Polo Comfortline 1.2L (D), Comfortline 1.2L (P), Highline 1.6L (P), Highline1.2L (D), Highline1.2L (P), Trendline 1.2L (D), Trendline 1.2L (P), GT TSI, GT TDI, Trendline 1.5L (D), Comfortline 1.5L (D), Highline1.5L (D), Exquisite 1.2 MPI Highline, Exquisite 1.5 TDI Highline, Allstar 1.2 (P), Allstar 1.5 (D), GT TSI Sport, GT TDI Sport, Highline Plus 1.2 Petrol, Highline Plus 1.5 Diesel, Comfortline 1.0L (P), Highline1.0L (P), 1.0 Pace, Highline Plus 1.0 (P) Connect Edition, Highline Plus 1.5 Diesel Connect Edition, CUP Edition Petrol, CUP Edition Diesel, Comfortline Plus 1.0L MPI, Limited TSI Edition, Red and White Edition, Turbo Edition 1.0L TSI have been discontinued.

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About Volkswagen Polo


The Volkswagen Polo like its sedan sibling has received a mid-life boost thanks to a round of updates in 2020 that comprised both cosmetics and feature upgrades. The new Polo is now available in flash red colour option, in addition to the existing colour options like the sunset red, reflex silver candy white, carbon steel, lapiz blue and toffee brown.


The exterior changes are the most significant for the hatchback of which the highlight is a new GTI-like grille, updated front and rear bumpers and a new design for the alloy wheels. The GT line trim additionally offers cosmetic updates in the form of a spoiler, side skirts, and blacked-out roof and ORVMs.


In terms of the top-spec models, the cabin remains unchanged and you now get features like touchscreen infotainment system, climate control, dual front airbags, ABS with EBD and an all-black colour scheme. These variants are also offered with the Volkswagen Connect app that lets you track, trips, trip sharing, driver behaviour and statistic tracking, fuel cost monitoring and service malfunction intimation to the dealer.


The Volkswagen Polo is being offered with a 1.0-litre petrol engine producing 75bhp/95Nm as well as a 1.0-litre turbo petrol that produces 109bhp/175Nm. The MPI engine can only be had with a five-speed manual while the TSI unit can be had with either a six-speed manual or a six-speed torque converter automatic.  


Volkswagen Polo Expert Review

Santosh Nair
by Santosh Nair
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Right Front Three Quarter

In early 2020, Volkswagen introduced the BS6 Polo, all versions of which are powered by petrol motors. So it’s the end of the road for the diesel. But to top it off, the earlier GT TSI (103bhp/175Nm 1.2-litre four-cylinder) with its acclaimed DSG gearbox, the crème-de-la-crème variant so to say, has been ditched completely for the BS6-compliant 109bhp/175Nm 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbo petrol that uses a six-speed torque converter automatic. So, are you left with nostalgia after driving the new GT TSI around? Do read on to find out.


Left Front Three Quarter

If you’re a long-standing admirer (owner probably) of the Polo’s design like us, you can certainly shy away from the looks saying that it still looks classy or neat, or the cliché ‘it has aged gracefully’. But that’s just a load of baloney. Truth be told, this design looks old, feels old, and ‘is’ old because many markets worldwide have already upgraded to the newer generation Volkswagen Polo. Offering some solace though is the sportiness induced by the sleek nose, the overall sharp design lines, and a reasonably handsome backside.

Left Side View



No apparent changes here either. It’s an all-black, minimalistic, function-over-form cabin that directs all of one’s attention to, you guessed it right, driving! Then, there’s the iconic plaid upholstery that, when combined with the dated but uncluttered design, brings back some nostalgia of driving a car of yesteryear. Be that as it may, quality levels along with fit and finish are comparable to today’s standards. The front seats in particular are comfortable with good levels of support, especially of the lateral type, so that one stays in place while moving fast past corners. 

Front Row Seats

Even visibility all around is excellent. However, thigh support all across should have been better. Likewise, the rear bench offers just about enough head- and knee-room for an average-sized adult, and at best, makes it comfiest for two occupants only. This is also partially due to the restrictive centre tunnel and the absence of rear AC vents that can make the going sultry if the occupants are bunched together. Rear seat practicality too isn’t great with no door-pad space or seatback pockets!

Second Row Seats

It’s the same case with the boot since the rear bench does not have split-folding. So heavy-packers are stuck with the 280-litre which can be a limiting factor for overnighters. Features-wise this top-end variant’s got auto AC, cruise control, one-touch control for all four windows, rain-sensing wipers, rear parking sensor, dual-front airbags, ABS, electronic stability control, and hill hold. There’s also a contemporary touchscreen infotainment system with connectivity options in the form of Volkswagen Connect along with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.



Engine Shot

The GT TSI in its new cleaner breathing BS6 iteration uses VW’s 109bhp/175Nm 1.0-litre TSI three-cylinder turbocharged motor, which when compared to its predecessor, makes an extra six bhp. Power is laid onto the tarmac via the front wheels through a six-speed torque converter automatic gearbox. As you crank this motor, you get none of the NVH that’s usually associated with three cylinders. Now, once on the move, the first thing that you spot is the eagerness of this motor to creep ahead and get going. And as soon as you feed it some throttle, the power delivery crisply unfolds to serve you much more. 

Right Rear Three Quarter

Sadly, in stop-go traffic, this can be a tad too much to handle. This essentially means that one needs to initially master the pressure from the right foot so that the motor doesn’t get so carried away that you’re urged to brake constantly in traffic. All said I admit that this motor brings about the bad boy in you. Its free-revving nature coupled with the almost instant surge of power makes it worthy of that GT badge. Out on the highway, the GT TSI picks up pace rather effortlessly with absolutely no buzz even when wrung hard to the rev limit. No matter where the revs are sitting in the powerband, one just needs to get on the throttle for the burst of acceleration to happen with little to no delay. 

Left Side View

Alternatively, in S mode, the power delivery is more aggressive, and going full throttle here can surprisingly pin you into the seat! Now, there is a drawback. The up- and downshifts on this torque convertor gearbox are pronounced; almost like a pause. Those who’ve experienced the earlier DSG gearbox will sorely miss it, but if you haven’t, this isn’t a deal-breaker. Since its inception, the GT TSI has attracted those who needed a pocket rocket with a great ride and handling combo. And that hasn’t changed. So it continues with the taut ride quality at slower speeds, which then transitions to a rather flat and absorbent one as the Polo hits highway speeds. 

Left Front Three Quarter

These characteristics lend it good stability, even over mildly patchworked roads. Surprisingly, the Polo’s road-hugging stance with the low chin can trick you into taking speed breakers extra carefully, but that’s not the case even over the nasty ones. As expected, the Polo’s steering is direct, quick, progressive, and with just the right amount of heft to give you confidence while driving fast past the bends. Our only gripe is that the steering should’ve felt lighter at slower speeds, just to aid manoeuvring into tight parking spaces or alleys.   


Left Rear Three Quarter

Being a driver’s car, the Volkswagen Polo GT TSI tugs at your heart and not your head. So it’s certainly possible to overlook the practical aspects of the package if need be. Sure, the gearbox may not be up to the purist’s mark, but the intense dynamic that’s mated to the new 1.0-litre TSI motor still makes it a hoot to drive. After our stint with the latest Polo GT TSI, we affirm that it continues to be the enthusiast’s hatchback. So, for all of you enthusiasts out there - hip hip hurray!

Pictures by Kapil Angane

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Polo User Reviews

Chandu Sheker
19th December 2017, 02:54 IST
1 Star Rating 2 Star Rating 3 Star Rating 4 Star Rating 5 Star Rating

Good: Exterior

Bad: Lot things are there to improve. The issue with this car, engine malware function. For solving the issue, I visited the Elite Bangalore service station(1st week of Aug/2016). They did something and return the car to me. Traveled KM is 3231 when the indication came. The Same issue repeated again(engine malware function). Car towing by road assistance(that time I am a vacation with family). The car reached to PPS Motors Hyderabad service station(13/Oct/2016), they find the issue and replaced with new sensors. They took some long trip for testing and they intimated to me, your car ready. Next day I collected the car(31/Oct/2016). Traveled KM is 5634 when the indication came. (this time I have faced good amount of inconvenience with family). The Same issue repeated again(engine malware function). I visited the Elite Bangalore service station(4/Nov/2016). They have returned the car in a week. Traveled KM is 6360 when the indication came Now engine getting leaking, after service as well.

More Details: I bought the new car(POLO Highline petrol) in end of March(They did home delivery on 2nd April), from PPS motors Tirumalagiri, HYD. They gave manufacturer defect car to me, the same issue 3 times and engine leakage.

Polo FAQs

The on-road price of the Volkswagen Polo in Delhi starts at 6.96 Lakh for the petrol engine. Meanwhile, the top end model with the petrol engine (Polo GT) is priced at 11.2 Lakh.

Volkswagen Polo GT is the highest priced version and boast of the most number of features. The Volkswagen Polo Highline Plus 1.0L TSI is also loaded with all the required features. You can compare the feature list of Polo GT and Polo Highline Plus 1.0L TSI to find out the best suited version for you.

The ARAI reported mileage of Volkswagen Polo is 16 - 20 kmpl.

For the petrol engine, the reported city mileage is 18 kmpl and highway mileage is 20 kmpl. (For Trendline 1.0L MPI)

Volkswagen Polo comes with a 999 cc Petrol engine and the price starts at 6.96 Lakh in Delhi. Whereas Kia Sonet comes with 998 to 1197 cc Petrol engine and starts a price tag of 7.58 Lakh in Delhi. You can compare Volkswagen Polo and Kia Sonet and chose the right car for you.

Volkswagen Polo Colours

Candy White
Carbon Steel
Flash Red
Reflex Silver
Sunset Red

Polo Specifications

Note: Specifications for Polo Comfortline 1.0L MPI (Petrol) have been mentioned

Dimensions, Capacities & Details
Length (mm)
Wheelbase (mm)
Boot Space (L)
Width (mm)
Turning Radius (m)
Fuel Capacity (L)
Height (mm)
Ground Clearance (mm)
Candy White, Carbon Steel, Flash Red, Reflex Silver, Sunset Red
Seating Capacity
Displacement (cc)
Peak Power
75 BHP
@6200 RPM
Peak Torque
95 NM
@3000 RPM
Key Features
Air Conditioner Air Conditioner
Central locking Central locking
CD player CD player
Power steering Power steering
Power windows Power windows
Steering Adjustment Steering Adjustment
Remote Controlled Boot Remote Controlled Boot
Rear wiper Rear wiper
Electrically Adjustable Mirrors Electrically Adjustable Mirrors

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