The sixth generation of the Volkswagen Polo has undergone a facelift and is coming to Israel.
The German Supermini, will continue to try and offer a smaller replacement for the Golf, with one propulsion version.
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The revamped polo gets a number of exterior changes (bumpers, lighting units and more) in order to bring its look closer, to that of its big sister, the Golf.
Updates have also been made in the cabin and at all trim levels one can find technological updates like a virtual dashboard, for example.
The propulsion unit relies on the concern's well-known three-cylinder engine.
Here too (as in its sisters to the platform) it is turbocharged when the power is 95 hp or 110 hp - depending on the version.
In both cases the power works to a dual-clutch robotic gearbox, en route to the front wheels.
The weaker version will serve the base version (NIS 116,000) with the high power coming along with the senior instrumentation version (NIS 129,000).
In both you can find advanced safety systems such as autonomous braking (even in reverse travel), adaptive cruise control (with traffic jams), correcting deviation from the lane, identifying vehicles in the dead zone and more.
Most of the differences between the trim levels are found in larger rims in the expensive model (16-inch instead of 15-inch), which also gets a sunroof and a smart key.