Volkswagen announce new Polo offers | Car Talk - Car News Nov 2017

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15:12 Tuesday 07 Nov 2017

A new offer announced by Volkswagen sees the all-new Polo join the Scrappage Upgrade Scheme in addition to benefitting from a year’s free insurance.

The offer of comprehensive cover is available from participating Volkswagen retailers to customers aged between 18-80.  The sixth-generation Polo also joins the Volkswagen Scrappage Upgrade Scheme, with incentives ranging from £1800 to £6000 across the Volkswagen range on all pre-Euro 5 diesel models traded in by the end of this year.

Furthermore, the new Polo includes a deposit contribution of £500 when purchased on Volkswagen Financial Services’ Solutions Personal Contract Plan at 5.9% APR representative.

The all-new Polo includes features such as Adaptive Cruise Control, Blind Spot Detection, Front Assist, Rear. Traffic Alert, LED daytime running lights, and eight-inch colour touchscreen. At 351 litres, boot capacity is up 25% compared to the previous model, offering greater practicality.

The new Polo is priced from £13,855, with customer deliveries due to commence in January 2018.

 

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