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VW Polo BlueMotion: Driving report

VW Polo BlueMotion
Here’s a nice driving report of the VW Polo BlueMotion.

Although the interior is another tribute to economy’s charm, the cockpit betrays the car’s size. The cabin feels nearly as roomy and solid as a MKV Rabbit, and just as comfortable. Backseat space is tight, but there is plenty of headroom. Three-tone seats add a playful yet strangely sterile feel, thanks to the incorporation of bright aqua waffle-weave material that vaguely recalls a hospital gown (VW calls this Polo-exclusive interior trim package “Popcorn”). Controls, instruments and accoutrements are similar to North American-market cars, including the familiar blue and red gauge cluster lighting. The cluster includes a fuel consumption readout, enabling BlueMotion drivers to indulge in a bit of self-congratulatory celebration. Safety was not compromised for the purposes of weight reduction; standard features include front and side airbags and ABS with braking assist.

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Source: VWvortex