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Volkswagen Polo

  • tickClassy, spacious interior
  • tickLots of creature comforts and safety kit
  • tickWide range of engines
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Volkswagen Polo Hatchback (2017 - )

The Polo’s mature styling and quality cabin ooze understated elegance, its driving manners likewise making it feel from a class above. It’s spacious for a supermini too, comes with tons of standard safety tech and is available with a wide range of engines. It’s not cheap but desirability ensures strong residual values that work in your favour whether you’re leasing or buying outright.
Our verdict

Is the Volkswagen Polo a good car?

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Volkswagen Polo running costs

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Volkswagen Polo safety

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Volkswagen Polo features

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Volkswagen Polo reliability

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Volkswagen Polo interior

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Volkswagen Polo performance

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Our expert review

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The Polo isn’t a cheap car to buy, but in the long run it's a similar cost to run as its main rivals. Very solid resale values mean you'll get more for it down the line than a Ford Fiesta or Vauxhall Corsa, and it's pretty competitive in costs when it comes to servicing, repair and general maintenance. Fuel economies vary throughout the range, but once again the Polo is right up there with the best on offer in this type of small car.

Leasing companies love the way the Polo holds onto its value better than any other car in the sector, which means they can afford to offer attractive PCP and leasing rates. So, if you’re renting your Polo, it will probably only cost you a few quid per month more than rivals.
The Polo isn’t a cheap car to buy, but in the long run it's a similar cost to run as its main rivals. Very solid resale values mean you'll get more for it down the line than a Ford Fiesta or Vauxhall Corsa, and it's pretty competitive in costs when it comes to servicing, repair and general maintenance. Fuel economies vary throughout the range, but once again the Polo is right up there with the best on offer in this type of small car.

Leasing companies love the way the Polo holds onto its value better than any other car in the sector, which means they can afford to offer attractive PCP and leasing rates. So, if you’re renting your Polo, it will probably only cost you a few quid per month more than rivals.

Volkswagen Polo buying and leasing deals

With 1,111 new and 7,250 used Volkswagen Polo cars available on Auto Trader, we have the largest range of cars for sale across the UK.

BRAND NEW DEALS

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NEW & USED CARS

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LEASING DEALS

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Price range

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