The Volkswagon Polo model is coming with a 1.2L 75bhp 3-cylinder in-line engine with 12 valves in total (4-valves per cylinder). The Volkswagen Group has been known for using 3-cylinder engines (both in petrol and diesel ). So far company has used it in the Audi A2, Volkswagen Polo, SEAT Ibiza and Skoda Fabia. The engines in these cars ranged from 1.2 litre petrols with four valves per cylinder that delivered 47 to 65 kilowatts (63 to 87 bhp), to 1.4 TDI diesels that delivered 51 to 66 kilowatts (69 to 90 PS; 68 to 89 bhp). Due to popularity and durability of these powerful engines the company has decided to use it in its recently launched Volkswagen Polo model.
Hey Kapil, Thank you for getting in touch with us. Yes, not having ABS can be a factor affecting the final decision. Going with your requirements and budget, you can also have a look at Maruti Baleno. This car comes with standard features like Dual Airbag, ABS and EBD. Rest, as per the performance, Volkwagen Polo is pretty good. You can have a look at the comparison by clicking here.
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Volkswagen recommends Mobil 1 New life 0W-40 fully synthetic engine oil and it will cost you Rs. 5400 for 4-litre pack. While, if you go for a mineral engine oil, you can get it around Rs. 2000, but we will suggest you to go with the synthetic engine oil.
The waiting period on the Volkswagen Polo GT TDi is 1 month. But, this may vary depending on your location, the color of the car you want and the dealership. The waiting period could vary from dealer to dealer.