The VW costs up with Turbo

Wolfsburg, may 27, 2016

Long you had to wait now, VW has announced prices for the lifted up. Summer 2016, the city car gets redesigned bumpers, turn signals in the mirrors, as well as LED technology in the daytime running lights and the rear lights. Also a new motor is then in the program.

Expensive Turbo-power in the VW up

In addition to the known vacuum petrol engine with three cylinders and 60 or 75 HP puts a Turbo three-cylinder with 90 HP in the program. This accelerates in just 9.9 seconds to 100 of up to 3.60 metres (a consequence of the new bumper) and reaches up to 185 km/h. The 1.0 TSI is available from medium-sized facilities "Move Up" and starts at 12.350 euro with three doors. Because VW also extras such as a multi function steering wheel, an automatic climate control, and a rear view camera in the future offer for the up, the price is also effortlessly above 16,000 euro can climb. For comparison: A Hyundai i10 schlapperem 87-HP gasoline engine with full facilities is 14.850 euros.

More favourable basis

At the other end of the up-scale ranks the basic model for 9,850 euro. The so-called "take up" is available only with a 60 HP but 125 euro, cheaper than its predecessor, although a central locking with radio and LED daytime running lights are now standard. Soon, offering up will include the electrical powers and the 68 PS strong Eco-Up powered by natural gas. The gas-VW is at least 12.950 euros in the price list. VW also offers the up special model "Beats" to startup order. It is equipped with a sound system with 300 Watts, which was mixed by the company BeatsAudio. Price: 13.150 euro with 60 PS.(RH)