Is Volkswagen Polo 2022 better than Polo facelift 2024.

The Volkswagen Polo still has some sort of respect when you see one on the road because the buyer obviously values quality over quantity. Even though it was small and had few features, an uncompromising German build, a potent turbocharged engine, and a snappy DSG gearbox made it the buyer's choice. It was discontinued in India, but now Volkswagen plans to introduce the Polo 2024 as a five-seat hatchback starting in April 2024 for Rs. 8.00 lakh in India again. But there is a rumour that the old Polo is better than the facelifted version; let's find out.
Volkswagen Polo 2022
The Polo gets a sportier appearance thanks to a honeycomb grille that was modelled after the GTI's. LEDs, projector lenses, or DRLs are not added to headlamps. If nothing else, the Vento's LED headlamps would have been greatly appreciated. The 10-spoke 16-inch alloys help with the stance, and the side profile stays the same. On the other hand, the stylish LED tail lamps have an offset element in the centre. The few external alterations are completed with a redesigned rear bumper.

The centre console of the Polo maintains its all-black theme with accents of gunmetal grey. Interiors can be a little gloomy. Everything is well-assembled, even the door pads, and the hard plastics have a sense of robustness. The cabin's insulation is likewise very good. It is actually far superior to the cars from even the previous two segments. Only the Polo Highline Plus has the leather-wrapped gear knob and steering wheel; lower-end models do not have these features.
Engine and Gearbox
The Volkswagen Polo came with a choice of two engine options: a 1-liter naturally aspirated petrol (75 PS/95 Nm) and a 1-liter turbo-petrol (110 PS/175 Nm). In contrast to the former, which was connected to a 5-speed MT, the latter was connected to both an optional 6-speed AT and a standard 6-speed MT.
When the motor is started, the lower refinement levels are noticeable. Even though it has a lot of refinement for a 3-cylinder, at idle it is clearly not as smooth as the 4-cylinder 1.2 TSi. Though a little notchy, the gear throws are relatively short, and the clutch is light. Before the turbo engages, the Polo feels a little laid back; there isn't any rapid acceleration there.
The hatchback is equipped with features like rain-sensing wipers, auto air conditioning with rear vents, cruise control, and a 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
One of the Polo's greatest qualities has always been its strength. The tank-like build helps keep you safe in the event of an accident. Rear parking sensors, ABS with EBD, and only two airbags are included in the short list of safety requirements.
The Trendline, Comfortline, Highline Plus, and GT were the four available variants. It is available in eight colours: flash Red, reflex Silver, candy White, carbon steel, matt Grey, sunset red, toffee Brown, lapiz Blue
  • Powerful turbocharged engine.
  • Strong construction.
  • Dedicated management.
  • Simple and timeless aesthetics.
  • Lacking functions, such as a reverse camera.
  • There is insufficient room for the backseat.
  • Costlier than average.
  • DSG automatic is not accessible anymore.
  • No choice for a diesel engine.
It used to be sold by the automaker for between Rs 6.45 lakh and Rs 10.25 lakh (ex-showroom, pan-India).
The Volkswagen Polo facelift is better because it has a 999cc, four-cylinder, petrol engine mated to a Mannul gearbox and has a 5-seater capacity, which makes it roomier than before with a lot of advanced features.

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