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By Jonathan Crouch
Added 23rd June, 2017
, updated 13th September, 2021
The sixth generation Volkswagen Polo has been much improved in this updated form. Jonathan Crouch takes a look.
This sixth generation Polo proved to be a big step on from its predecessor in just about every area you could name. But if you want one, the reasons why will probably be much as they’ve always been with this car: it feels a quality cut above its rivals. If you agree and can’t stretch to the 2021-onwards facelift version of this model, the 2020-2021-era variants we’ve been looking at are worth seeking out. At the end of the day, there’s much to be said for an extra touch of quality and class. Seek those as your priorities and you’ll find this little supermini more than happy to oblige.
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If you think you’d need a very good reason to buy a compact MPV with fewer than seven seats, you might like the Golf SV. It offers a range of very good reasons. The class, style and quality on offer here are certainly very tempting compensations for the absence of those extra chairs. And if you have decided that you can do without the additional pews, an SV certainly stacks up very well against the other potential five-seat solutions on offer for families seeking more flexibility than an ordinary Golf or Focus family hatch could offer. Do you really want the mundanity of an estate or a converted van, the rather self-conscious funkiness of a Qashqai-style crossover - or the maternity unit practicality of, say, a Scenic or a C-MAX?
Overall, this is a car that adds a dash of desirability to the business of owning what is, at the end of the day, nothing more than a practical family tool. In a sensible world, this is the kind of car that typical families would prefer over the fashionable frippery of an SUV. That won’t happen of course. But if a sensible world is the one you prefer to live in, we can see how the prospect of Golf SV ownership might appeal. It makes sense. And it’s a Golf. For quite a number of prospective buyers, that’ll be all they need to know.
The Volkswagen Polo GTI has long lived in the shadow of its bigger brother, the Golf GTI. Does it step into the light with this improved model? Jonathan Crouch takes a look.
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