Volkswagen Polo Manual

Volkswagen Polo Manual


Volkswagen Polo ManualThe Volkswagen Polo is a supermini car manufactured by Volkswagen. It is sold in Europe and other markets worldwide in hatchback, saloon, coupe and estate variants. There have been four separate generations of the Polo. Some generations were facelifted mid way through production, with the updated versions known again unofficially by an addition of the letter F to the model number, e.g. Mk IIF. Some press and enthusiasts have unofficially designated Polo as Mk1 to Mk7 There is considerable variation in Polo model designations, with some sources using Mk as equivalent to Series which causes confusion. Official VW Polo history describes Mk I to Mk IV using roman numerals (using the same convention as the Golf). The body style has been varied through the life of the car, most widely as a hatchback which derived from the Audi 50. A saloon version was marketed as the Volkswagen Derby, a descendant of the Audi 60. On its introduction in 1975, the Polo was Volkswagen's second front wheel drive hatchback model, fitting into the range beneath the Golf, which had been launched the previous year. It remained the smallest model in the Volkswagen range until 1998, when the Volkswagen Lupo was introduced. The Polo is still Volkswagen's second smallest model, larger than the Fox and smaller than the Golf. (In North America, the Golf Ц now sold there as the Rabbit Ц is the smallest Volkswagen available, the Polo never having been sold in this territory.) Over the generations, as with many other long-lived car brands, the Polo's size has increased, and the latest incarnation of the Polo is actually larger than the original Golf MkI. The current version is mechanically very similar to the SEAT Ibiza and Skoda Fabia, being based on a standard Volkswagen Group platform used for a large number of models.




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