- 2,300 Miles
- Year Built: 2018(18)
Here we have the Latest Face-lift, Top of the Range, Volkswagen Polo GTI DSG finished in the fabulous Pure White with Black and Jacara Chequered Sports Seats. First registered 9th August 2018 (18 Registration), It has travelled Just 2,300 miles, VW Pre-registered and One Private Owner.
New Face-lift model based on the new MQB-A0 Platform its now longer wider and higher than the outgoing model, sharing the same 2.0l Turbo engine found in the Golf GTI slightly de-tuned to 200Ps (197bhp) giving it massive tuning potential (if your that way inclined), twinned with the renowned 6 Speed DSG Automatic Gearbox, 0-62 is seen off in a very brisk 6.7 Seconds, 147Mph and a claimed 47.9 Mpg. Inside also sees the all new dash layout and infotainment system.
The Polo GTI is already the Top of the Range and has a very high spec, Cost Options over standard spec Include:
- Pure White (£340)
- Black Pack including Roof and Mirrors (£295)
- Privacy Glass (£275)
Standard Spec Include:
- Unique GTI Styling Package including bumpers, Side Skirts and Honeycomb Grilles
- Extended Sill Skirts
- Gloss Black Rear Spoiler
- 17″ Parker Alloys
- Adjustable Dampening Sports Suspension
- Performance Braking System with Red Calipers
- Darkened Lights
- LED Rear Lights
- Twin Tailpipe Exhaust System
- Sports Front Seats Finished in Jacara Chequed Cloth
- Velvet Red Dash Trim
- Black Headlining
- Flat Bottom GTI Sports Multi Function Steering Wheel
- Drive Mode Selection
- XDS electronic differential lock
- Hill Hold Assist
- Tyre Pressure Monitoring
- Colour Drivers Display with various Trip Computer
- 8 Inch Colour, Touch Screen Multi Media System
- Car Net
- VW App Connect Phone Integration
- Digital Radio (DAB)
- Ambient Lighting
- R Door Sill Trims
- Manual Climate Control
- Air Con
- Electric Windows
- Electric Mirrors with Heating
- Front and Rear Park Sensors
- Auto Lights
- GTI Door Sill Trims
- Fitted Mats
Being Nearly New the car is not yet due its first service. VW Factory Warranty Until August 2021. These cars are very rare due to the short production time and currently unavailable to order, there is a long waiting list until production starts again.
All of our sales cars undergo an Inspection before being placed on sale, a pre-delivery workshop check is also carried out before a car leaves us for its new owner and a HPI Clear Certificate is also provided too of course.
Call the Showroom on 01384 442369, or Andy 07769 298268 for further Information or to arrange a viewing.
Finance packages available for Business users and Private purchasers that can be tailored to suit your Individual requirements.
Part Exchanges welcome too of course.
“What the Press Say”
It’s based on the new MQB A0 platform, like the Seat Ibiza, the new Polo is a chunky 7cm longer, 7cm wider and 2cm taller than the old one. Its proportions, stance and aesthetic scream Golf. And so does the engine. It’s the entirely familiar 2.0-litre turbo from the Golf GTI and Golf R et al. Here it makes a nice, round 200 PS (197bhp in old money) and 236lb ft of torque, which is enough for 0-62mph in 6.7 seconds and 147mph.
Its recorded 0-60mph time of 6.7sec is a mere 0.2sec adrift of the 242bhp Performance Pack-equipped Golf GTI we’ve previously tested, and by 100mph the deficit has grown only to a solitary second.
It has different front suspension knuckles to the regular Polo, that the steering is totally different and that the anti-roll bar bushes are 350 (!) per cent stiffer. Front lateral stiffness is up by 55 per cent over the old GTI, he says, and the bespoke twist-beam rear-axle is 60 per cent stiffer. Roll angles are down 10 per cent from its predecessor, the latest Polo GTI is the most overtly sporty yet, thanks in part to its miniature Golf GTI styling. It has a raft of bespoke decor, including a red strip across its nose, a subtle but reassuringly athletic bodykit and eye-catching tartan seats.
A key feather in the new Polo GTI’s cap is its standard Sport Select suspension. It allows you, at the touch of a button, to firm up the car’s adaptive dampers to make them better suited to spirited driving. In this mode, the Polo GTI retains a reasonably comfortable ride but becomes more composed through corners and hugs the road better, especially over dips and crests.
In its latest, most convincing iteration, the Polo GTI no longer exists as a warmed-up, glorified trim level and makes a strong case for itself as a bona fide sports car. A level of performance granted by an engine shared with its illustrious Golf GTI sibling sets it on the right path, but there’s now a depth of engineering that simply wasn’t there before.