We provide best Polo car service in gurgaon. It’s been quite a while since the test mules of the Volkswagen UP starting doing rounds and therefore the spy shots flooded the interweb. Now that VW has cleared that UP wouldn't be coming to India anytime soon, it had been only a matter of your time that something else caught our fancy from the VW group because it has been quite aggressive with the Indian market. For the nonce they're getting to be that specialize in various variants of the Vento and Polo and first within the offerings (Drumroll..not quite but applause would do ) is the Volkswagen CrossPolo. Volkswagen Cross Polo India Price and Details (2) Looks like the Volkswagen CrossPolo is going to be launched pretty soon, maybe within this week! According to Indian Autos Blog, Volkswagen has increased the ground clearance of the CrossPolo as we had earlier reported. According to Autocar, the CrossPolo will have subsequent features: Will be offered only in one trim level, which can be fully loaded It is longer, taller and wider than the Polo, though the wheelbase remains unchanged Three paint options: Flash Red, Deep Black, Reflex Silver Matte black plastic cladding around the lower half the car Scuff plates 16-inch alloy wheels New-grille Rood rails which will support luggage up to 75 kg Rear diffuser All-black interior Silver ORVM cover Will be powered by a 1.2-liter, 3-cylinder diesel Volkswagen Cross Polo India Price and Details (1) Volkswagen may launch a more upmarket variant of the CrossPolo also, which can receive a spare wheel mounted on the rear hatch-door among other features, it's expected to be launched in 2014.
According to a report on Indian Autos Blog, the Volkswagen CrossPolo has completed testing at the ARAI (Automotive Research Association of India) center at Pune and has received all the certifications necessary to commercially launch the vehicle in India. Which means that the CrossPolo might be launched pretty soon, an estimated launch time would be during the festive season around September. Their report also states that the CrossPolo won't be marketed as an entirely new car it might be sold as a variant of the Polo. The CrossPolo will most likely be powered by diesel. Volkswagen has been extensively testing the CrossPolo since last month, ensuring that it'll receive well by the crossover loving public in India. We don't have any news on when VW is going to be launching this car in India, though the car spied here looks almost production-ready. Below are some spy shots of the car from Team-BHP. The CrossPolo gets a healthy dose of plastic cladding around it, and roof-rails to offer it a butch look. Also, notice the large rise in ground clearance over the quality Polo Volkswagen CrossPolo Spyshot Side There are not any changes visually from the side, aside from the lower plastic cladding and the silver roof-rails. Volkswagen CrossPolo Spyshot Rear Quarter Minimal changes at the rear too, notice the skid plate. photo source: Team-BHP The hatch-ish SUV or the SUV-ish hatch as you'll call it, due to its kit looks a touch more grown-up than your everyday hatchback and yet is considerably smaller than your regular SUV. Seeing how fond we Indians are of our SUVs, the car might just convince achieve success. And when I say might, there’s a might not too. Remember Fabia Scout? The Fabia with a so-called off-road kit. See, you don’t even know what it is. Volkswagen Cross Polo But let’s be optimistic here and get to the good bits of it. The car gets raised by 15 mm (More, please? ), but it’s ok for your bit off-roading, more like regular driving on the Indian roads. But it works. A thick matte plastic extends to the car’s rear, flanks and therefore the chin. Before I forget, there’s a scuff plate present too with a silver finish. It gets anodized roof rails that are ok for holding 75 Kg weight, a silver diffuser at the rear and holds your breath, 17-inch wheels. Yes, 17 it is. Volkswagen Cross Polo (1) There’s speculation that the car may get a rear-mounted wheel to form it a touch macho, but we might not set our hopes that prime. Coming to the engine options, it might just be a car where VW put in their India specific 1.5 liters four-cylinder diesel. Pricing is that the key within the Indian marketplace for success and it might sell more like a premium hatch that would do a touch of your off-roading. And VW, can we got to say bring it soon.