Volkswagen Polo 2021
The MQB (A0) platform was used to build the model. Later, it served to launch more cars of the group. In 2018, the automaker launched the Virtus sedan. In the following years, T-Cross and Nivus were born.
For the 2021 line, the German brand is betting on a range with five versions.
Polo 1.0 MPI
The cheapest model, 1.0 MPI, starts at R $ 61,890. The engine can deliver 75 hp using gasoline (0 to 100 km / h in 13.3 seconds) and 84 hp using ethanol (0 to 100 km / h in 13 seconds). It comes standard with air conditioning, electronic stability control, traction control, electronic differential lock. As an option, it has the Connect Pack (R $ 3,440), which adds rear parking sensor
VW Polo 1.6 MSI
On the other hand, the 1.6 MSI is offered in two exchange options: manual (R $ 72,290) and automatic six-speed Tipitronic (R $ 72,590). The latter is the great novelty of the 2021 line of the car. Both have a 1.6 engine and in performance, the configuration with manual transmission is the one that has a higher maximum speed (193 km / h against 188 km / h).
Unlike the 1.0 MPI, the 1.6 model is more complete and brings technological equipment such as the I-System on-board computer and the multifunctional steering wheel.
VW Polo 200 TSI
If we take out the Polo GTS, this is the top-of-the-line version. There, we can find two different packages: Confortline and Highline. And they have some differences.
While the second does not have options, the first has two additional packages: Confort Tech (R $ 5,460) and Tech I (R $ 2,110).
VW Polo GTS
And finally, the most expensive, complete and peppery model in the Polo line. The Polo GTS was presented with Virtus GTS. It uses a 1.4 TSI 16v engine and has a top speed of 207 km / h. According to the automaker, it costs R $ 114,890.
This is the top-of-the-line version and has more exclusive items, such as sports seats and full led headlights.
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