To the Geneva Motor Show 2010, the Volkswagen Polo GTI is the strongest since the series was introduced more than 35 years ago. The last VW Polo GTI debuted in 2006 and was with his 150-hp engine already 216 km / h fast. In the current Volkswagen Polo GTI are now 180 HP available that have been used in the SEAT Ibiza Cupra and enable a top speed of 229 km / h, the car in 6.9 s 0-100 km / h. accelerate The Volkswagen Polo GTI is powered by a 1.4-liter Vierzylinder-Turbo-/Kompressormotor which reaches a maximum torque of 250 Nm. Besides the impressive performance, the Golf GTI is a former justice of construction, the VW Polo GTI shines especially having an average fuel consumption of 6 liters per 100 kilometers. Thus, the small car, the power of 180 hp also can bring losses to the road as possible, which is known from the Golf GTI, the XDS has been integrated control system (limited slip differential on the front axle). With well-ESP, fog lights, air conditioning and front and side airbags standard on the VW Polo GTI. An optional 7-speed dual-clutch transmission is available in sporty polo. Looking for a new sporty compact car ? In this website you can as cheap used car or buy a new car the VW Polo GTI older series online cheap.

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