Volkswagen has enhanced the value proposition of the revised Polo sedan by including a 3-year/45 000 km service plan as a standard offering. The interior and exterior designs of the new Polo sedan have been refreshed with a premium look and feel.
The new interior features include new radios, new seat trims, a flat-bottomed multifunction steering wheel as well as a multifunction display. For the exterior, the new Polo sedan has been given a contemporary appearance with the redesigned front and rear bumpers as well as headlights and front foglights for the Comfortline derivatives. The Comfortline derivatives also feature chrome accents on the door handles, front lower grille, boot lid and lower rear bumper. Meanwhile, the Trendline derivatives are now offered with colour coded side mirrors and door handles. The indicators which were previously on the fenders have been integrated into the side mirrors. Four new colours have also been added into the new Polo sedan model range. The new colours are Titanuim Beige metallic, Night Blue metallic, Carbon Steel metallic and Toffee Brown metallic.
The 1.6 TDI engine with 77kW has been replaced with 1.5 TDI. The new engine also delivers 77kW of power.
The new Polo sedan can been customised with optional features, such rear park distance control, cruise control and rain sensor with auto-dimming interior mirror.
In addition to the standard service plan of 3-year/45 000km, the new Polo Sedan model range also comes standard with 3 year/120 000km and a 12 year Anti Corrosion warranties. The service interval is 15 000 km. The price starts at N$189 900 for the 1.4-litre Trendline model, while the 1.4-litre Comfortline model costs N$207 900. Price for the 1.6-litre Trendline starts at N$204 900 while the 1.6-litre Comfortline is priced from N$204 900. The 1.6-litre Comfortline Tiptronic starts at N$234 200.