While Volkswagen may have revealed prices for the BS6-compliant Polo early in March, quite a few details were still unknown, such as the safety kit and features on offer. By the end of last month, the creature comforts and safety features on offer with the entry-level and mid-spec Polo variants had been revealed, but the range-topping versions had not yet been explained. Now, we’ve got information that confirms what features will be available on the Polo Highline Plus.
First, a quick recap on the 2020 Volkswagen Polo. It’s available with two BS6-compliant petrol engines – a 76hp, 1.0-litre three-cylinder naturally aspirated unit and a 110hp, 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbo-petrol unit; a 5-speed manual is standard on the former, while the latter gets 6-speed manual and torque convertor automatic options. Volkswagen offers the BS6 Polo in three variants – the lower two get the 1.0 MPI engine while the top-spec gets the 1.0 TSI mill – prices for which are listed below:
|2020 Volkswagen Polo variant-wise prices|
|Polo 1.0 MPI Trendline||Rs 5.83 lakh*|
|Polo 1.0 MPI Comfortline Plus||Rs 6.77 lakh*|
|Polo 1.0 TSI Highline Plus||Rs 8.02 lakh|
|Polo 1.0 TSI Highline Plus AT||Rs 9.13 lakh|
*Metallic paint shades cost Rs 10,000 more.
For a detailed look at what features are available with the Polo Trendline and Comfortline Plus, click here. Read on for all the kit available on the range-topping Polo 1.0 TSI.
Polo Highline Plus (in addition to features available on the lower trims)
Auto-dimming inside rear-view mirror
Front and rear anti-pinch power windows with one-touch up and down function
16-inch ‘Portago’ alloy wheels
Chrome interior highlights
Leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear knob
12V charging port
6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system
Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink compatibility
Bluetooth, USB, Aux-in
Rear AC vents
Power folding and adjustable wing mirrors
Power windows operation via remote key
The top-spec 2020 Polo 1.0 TSI Highline Plus’ closest rival is the 100hp Hyundai Grand i10 Nios 1.0 Turbo, which costs Rs 7.68 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) and is available in the mid-spec Sportz variant.
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