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Petrol Manual Volkswagen Polo 1.0 65PS Beats 5dr Hatchback Manual £15,680 £14,314
Petrol Manual Volkswagen Polo 1.0 65PS S 5dr Hatchback Manual £13,855 £12,654
Petrol Manual Volkswagen Polo 1.0 65PS SE 5dr Hatchback Manual £14,630 £13,359
Petrol Manual Volkswagen Polo 1.0 TSI 95PS Beats 5dr Hatchback Manual £16,980 £15,497
Petrol Manual Volkswagen Polo 1.0 TSI 95PS SE 5dr Hatchback Manual £15,930 £14,542
Petrol Auto Volkswagen Polo 1.0 TSI 95PS Beats 5dr Hatchback Auto DSG £18,330 £16,726
Petrol Auto Volkswagen Polo 1.0 TSI 95PS SE 5dr Hatchback Auto DSG £17,280 £15,770

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Though order books have already been opened in April, the first units of the facelifted Polo just arrived to UK shores. If you are in the market for a new subcompact, the best deals are available online. Broadspeed offers you the best leasing deals and gives you access to the best brokers.

The fifth-generation Polo has been around since 2009. Sales are still going strong, and the new model is still a few years away. This upgrade keeps the car competitive until the Polo Mk6 debuts in 2017. Exterior changes have been kept to a minimum. Though Volkswagen claims front and rear bumpers are new, it is very difficult to spot the difference. LED headlights are the latest fad, and you can now specify these on the options' list. Inside a new, Golf-inspired centre console and an updated dash are worth mentioning.

But underneath the familiar skin, there are plenty of changes. Most important is the new engine lineup, which now consists of EU6 compliant powerplants. The naturally aspirated old 1.2-litre petrol is gone, replaced by a new, 1.0-litre entry-level engine which has been lifted from the up! supermini. It can be ordered with either 59bhp or 74bhp, but both have 71lb-ft of torque. Next up is the the turbocharged 1.2 TSI which can be had with either 89bhp or 109bhp. The petrol lineup is completed with the BlueGT hatch which comes equipped with a 148bhp 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine. The diesel lineup has also been updated. The sole choice is a 1.4-litre TDI engine with 74bhp or 89bhp. The 74bhp Polo TDIi BlueMotion has a reduced fuel economy of 88 mpg. CO2 falls by 6g/km to 82g/km. A new electromechanical steering assists in reducing fuel consumption. An adaptive damper is being offered for the first time.

New safety features include Automatic Post-Collision braking to dampen the effects of an accident. A new and interesting option is the Adaptive Cruise Control with Front Assist and City Emergency Braking. If you opt for this the car automatically maintains a safe distance from the car ahead or makes an emergency stop if necessary at speeds up to 19 mph. This system was previously offered in the Golf. The modular infotainment system system has also been taken over from the Golf.

With the exception of the entry-level model, you can specify a 6.5” touchscreen which is able to work with Android phones. Volkswagen and Apple are not best buddies yet, so don't expect your iPhone to be linked. The MirrorLink feature enables the phone's functions to appear on the screen. Satellite navigation is a £700 extra.

New Polo is priced from £11,100 RRP ‘on the road’. It will be followed by a revised CrossPolo and a Polo GTI by the end of the year. The latter will feature a manual gearbox and 190bhp. For all your Polo-related enquiries, research online. Broadspeed provides you the the cheapest new car prices. Free financing is available for all models.

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