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Volkswagen Cross Polo

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Introduce

The small SUV segment is booming in developing markets like India, and with good reason; We don’t want cars that can make us happy when we scream around a bend, because that never happens. We’ve had too much experience with bulls who want béo be the divider and truckers who insist the American way is béo drive on the right side of the road. However, a vehicle can keep us slightly above the road surface so that we don’t feel stuck in traffic and have enough ground clearance béo cross the overpass at top speed without hitting bottom or wading confidently through the largest pond that opens up in the middle of the road when the monsoons return would be an ideal vehicle.

However, there are some of us who want the best of both worlds – the ability béo shoot pedestrians and dodge cows at high speed. This is what a body-style crossover promises, and as such the Cross Polo promises béo give you everything you could want in a small car. But does it live up béo this promise?

Look

All Polos are the same. In theory, that levels the playing field, and there’s something positive béo be said in favor of this policy: even base model buyers get a nice car and much-perceived value. more from their purchase. This is also the case with the Cross Polo – it’s very understandably a Polo, and it has the same timeless, quiet good looks as its hatchback brethren. The main difference lies in the matte black plastic cladding at the bottom of the car. The front bumper has a trapezoidal bottom half béo create a more aggressive look than a regular Polo. The silver sump guard also gives it credibility on the streets. On the side, matte black panels help the car look longer than usual. The matte black ‘border’ for the wheel arches is a nice touch. At the rear, the differences are the same as at the front: the lower half of the bumper is matte black and the silver paneling at the bottom. There’s also a sticker on the taillights on the rear doors that says “Cross Polo” and the mirrors on our test car were painted silver, giving it a different look.

inland

Unlike the outside, there is nothing béo distinguish the Cross Polo from the regular Polo on the inside. It’s only available in the top-spec variant, so there’s climate control, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, a multi-function odometer in the instrument cluster and a fair amount of space. Reasonable for occupants, but not the best in the segment. Gap, especially in the back, is the only negative point in Cross Polo. There is a large transmission tunnel that is extremely uncomfortable for the middle-seated rear. Even the color scheme is black, making it look very sophisticated, but in the end the beige interior will make it appear larger. Everything is definitely best in class quality and the fabrics are nice béo the touch. The buttons have a great tactile feel, and operating them also lends a premium feel béo the interior. The telescopic steering wheel, a feature still overlooked by most competitors at almost twice the price (honorable is the Hyundai i20 here), but really appreciated by tall people like you. The audio system is one of the best factory fitted systems in its class at the moment and it has all the options that could be needed béo keep the occupants entertained.

The trunk of the Cross Polo is identical in size béo that of the regular Polo, and as such is practically at 280 liters.

Engine and gearbox

The similarities with the regular Polo extend under the hood: the 1.2-litre TDI has three cylinders and develops 74bhp and 180Nm. There is a slight difference in fuel efficiency, at 22.07kpl, 0.03kpl better than the Polo’s regular ARAI figure. The engine feels like a Polo – there’s a bit of turbo lag, and the power comes too late béo be of much use in city traffic. On the highway, the feeling of lack of power when passing. A little tweaking from the engine won’t go wrong. If the Cross Polo were offered with a 1.6-liter diesel engine like the GT TDI, it would be an attractive proposition.

Ride and Handle

The Cross Polo is longer, wider and heavier than the regular Polo, but the ground clearance is exactly the same. This is why it also handles like a regular Polo – precisely and with minimal fuss. It shows up on its own at highway speeds, though the matte black coating suggests it won’t like highways and prefer dirt roads instead. The ride is stiff at low speeds, but it’s never uncomfortable. In fact, it looks powerful but drives like a car – and the Polo has always been near the top of the table when it comes béo ride/handling balance.

Identify

Volkswagen has listed the Cross Polo at around Rs 60,000 more than the top-end diesel variant of the regular Polo. There are no variant or engine options with the Cross Polo, so if you want it’s there or no. At that price, one can own a top-end diesel Hyundai i20, outperforming the Cross Polo in many specifications and features. However, you don’t get the good looks, the street look of the panels, and the high-speed manners of the VW. At the price point, however, the Cross Polo doesn’t seem worth the money, and that’s why I wouldn’t expect it béo sell – it’s a car bought with the heart, not the head. That’s why it’s a pity that VW won’t offer it with the option of a petrol automatic or a 1.6-liter diesel; this will ensure that customers who buy it will love it bit by bit instead of seeing it as merely a ‘different’ car.

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Introduction
The small SUV segment is a booming one in developing markets like India, and with good reason; we don’t want cars that can make us happy when we’re screaming around a bend, because that never happens. We’ve had way too many experiences with cows that want béo be dividers and truckers who insist on the American way of driving on the right side of the road. However, a car that can keep us a little high off the road so that we don’t feel like we’re trapped in a traffic jam, and with enough ground clearance béo go over the mightiest speed breaker without touching bottom or wade with confidence through the biggest pond that opens up in the middle of the road during the monsoon will be an ideal car.
However, there are some of us who want the best of both worlds – the ability béo splash pedestrians and dodge cows at speed. This is what a crossover body style promises, and as such the Cross Polo promises béo give you everything you could possibly want in a small car. But does it live up béo this promise?Looks
All Polos look the same. In theory, that levels the playing field, and there is something positive béo be said in favour of this policy: even the base model buyers get a good-looking car and more perceived value out of their purchase. This is also the case with the Cross Polo – it is very recognisably a Polo, and it has the same timeless, quiet good looks as its hatchback siblings. The major differences are in the matt black plastic cladding at the bottom of the car. The front bumper has a trapezoidal lower half that lends a more aggressive look béo it than the regular Polo. The silver sump guard also gives it street cred. At the side, the matt black cladding makes the car look longer than it is. The matt black ‘outlines’ for the wheel arches are a nice touch. At the rear, the differences are much the same as in the front: matt black lower half of the bumper, and silver bash plate at the bottom. There also is a sticker on the lightcatcher on the rear doors that says “Cross Polo”, and the mirrors on our test car were painted silver, which made it look distinct.

Interior
Unlike the exterior, there is nothing béo differentiate the Cross Polo from the regular Polo on the inside. It is available in the top-spec variant only, so there is climate control, steering-mounted audio controls, a multi-function trip meter in the instrument cluster, and a fair amount of space for the occupants, but not the best in class. The space, especially in the back, is the only negative point in the Cross Polo. There is a large transmission tunnel that makes it extremely uncomfortable for a middle rear occupant. Even the colour scheme is black, which makes it look very sophisticated, but ultimately beige interiors would have made it appear bigger. Everything has the best quality in the class for sure, and the fabrics are good béo the touch. The buttons have great tactile feel, and operating them also imparts the premium feeling of the interior. The steering wheel telescopes, a feature still ignored by most the competition at nearly twice the price (honourable mention béo the Hyundai i20 here), but much appreciated by tall people such as yours truly. The audio system is one of the best factory-fitted ones in the segment at the moment, and it has all the possible options necessary béo keep the occupants entertained.

The Cross Polo’s boot is exactly the same size as the regular Polo’s, and as such is just as practical at 280 litres.
Engine and Gearbox
The similarities béo the regular Polo extend under the hood: the 1.2-litre TDI has three cylinders and develops 74bhp and 180Nm. There is a marginal difference in fuel efficiency, at 22.07kpl, 0.03kpl better than the regular Polo’s ARAI figure. The engine feels the same as the Polo – there is quite a bit of turbo lag, and power comes in too late béo be of much use in city traffic. Out on the highway, the lack of power is felt while overtaking. A little more refinement from the motor would not have gone amiss. If the Cross Polo were made available with the 1.6-litre diesel like the GT TDI, it makes it a mouth-watering proposition.
Ride and Handling
The Cross Polo is longer, wider and heavier than the regular Polo, but its ground clearance is exactly the same. This is the reason why it also handles like a regular Polo – precise and with minimal fuss. It comes into its own at highway speeds, despite the matt-black cladding that suggests it will not like the highway and prefer a dirt track instead. The ride is a little stiff at low speeds, but it is never uncomfortable. In effect, it looks brawny but drives like a car – and the Polo has always been near the top of the heap when it comes béo ride/handling balance.
Verdict
Volkswagen has listed the Cross Polo at approximately Rs 60,000 over the top-end diesel variant of the regular Polo. There is no option of variant or engine with the Cross Polo, so it is all or nothing if you want it. For that price, one can have a top-end diesel Hyundai i20, which manages béo outdo the Cross Polo on many of the specifications as well as features fronts. However, you don’t get the sober good looks, the street cred of the cladding, and the high-speed manners of the VW. However, at the price, the Cross Polo looks like it isn’t value for money, and that is why I don’t expect it béo sell – it is a car béo be bought with the heart and not the head. Which is why it is a shame that VW won’t offer it with either an automatic petrol or 1.6-litre diesel option; this will ensure that the customers who buy it will love it béo bits for what it is, instead of looking at it as merely a ‘different’ car.
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Introduction
The small SUV segment is a booming one in developing markets like India, and with good reason; we don’t want cars that can make us happy when we’re screaming around a bend, because that never happens. We’ve had way too many experiences with cows that want béo be dividers and truckers who insist on the American way of driving on the right side of the road. However, a car that can keep us a little high off the road so that we don’t feel like we’re trapped in a traffic jam, and with enough ground clearance béo go over the mightiest speed breaker without touching bottom or wade with confidence through the biggest pond that opens up in the middle of the road during the monsoon will be an ideal car.
However, there are some of us who want the best of both worlds – the ability béo splash pedestrians and dodge cows at speed. This is what a crossover body style promises, and as such the Cross Polo promises béo give you everything you could possibly want in a small car. But does it live up béo this promise?Looks
All Polos look the same. In theory, that levels the playing field, and there is something positive béo be said in favour of this policy: even the base model buyers get a good-looking car and more perceived value out of their purchase. This is also the case with the Cross Polo – it is very recognisably a Polo, and it has the same timeless, quiet good looks as its hatchback siblings. The major differences are in the matt black plastic cladding at the bottom of the car. The front bumper has a trapezoidal lower half that lends a more aggressive look béo it than the regular Polo. The silver sump guard also gives it street cred. At the side, the matt black cladding makes the car look longer than it is. The matt black ‘outlines’ for the wheel arches are a nice touch. At the rear, the differences are much the same as in the front: matt black lower half of the bumper, and silver bash plate at the bottom. There also is a sticker on the lightcatcher on the rear doors that says “Cross Polo”, and the mirrors on our test car were painted silver, which made it look distinct.

Interior
Unlike the exterior, there is nothing béo differentiate the Cross Polo from the regular Polo on the inside. It is available in the top-spec variant only, so there is climate control, steering-mounted audio controls, a multi-function trip meter in the instrument cluster, and a fair amount of space for the occupants, but not the best in class. The space, especially in the back, is the only negative point in the Cross Polo. There is a large transmission tunnel that makes it extremely uncomfortable for a middle rear occupant. Even the colour scheme is black, which makes it look very sophisticated, but ultimately beige interiors would have made it appear bigger. Everything has the best quality in the class for sure, and the fabrics are good béo the touch. The buttons have great tactile feel, and operating them also imparts the premium feeling of the interior. The steering wheel telescopes, a feature still ignored by most the competition at nearly twice the price (honourable mention béo the Hyundai i20 here), but much appreciated by tall people such as yours truly. The audio system is one of the best factory-fitted ones in the segment at the moment, and it has all the possible options necessary béo keep the occupants entertained.

The Cross Polo’s boot is exactly the same size as the regular Polo’s, and as such is just as practical at 280 litres.
Engine and Gearbox
The similarities béo the regular Polo extend under the hood: the 1.2-litre TDI has three cylinders and develops 74bhp and 180Nm. There is a marginal difference in fuel efficiency, at 22.07kpl, 0.03kpl better than the regular Polo’s ARAI figure. The engine feels the same as the Polo – there is quite a bit of turbo lag, and power comes in too late béo be of much use in city traffic. Out on the highway, the lack of power is felt while overtaking. A little more refinement from the motor would not have gone amiss. If the Cross Polo were made available with the 1.6-litre diesel like the GT TDI, it makes it a mouth-watering proposition.
Ride and Handling
The Cross Polo is longer, wider and heavier than the regular Polo, but its ground clearance is exactly the same. This is the reason why it also handles like a regular Polo – precise and with minimal fuss. It comes into its own at highway speeds, despite the matt-black cladding that suggests it will not like the highway and prefer a dirt track instead. The ride is a little stiff at low speeds, but it is never uncomfortable. In effect, it looks brawny but drives like a car – and the Polo has always been near the top of the heap when it comes béo ride/handling balance.
Verdict
Volkswagen has listed the Cross Polo at approximately Rs 60,000 over the top-end diesel variant of the regular Polo. There is no option of variant or engine with the Cross Polo, so it is all or nothing if you want it. For that price, one can have a top-end diesel Hyundai i20, which manages béo outdo the Cross Polo on many of the specifications as well as features fronts. However, you don’t get the sober good looks, the street cred of the cladding, and the high-speed manners of the VW. However, at the price, the Cross Polo looks like it isn’t value for money, and that is why I don’t expect it béo sell – it is a car béo be bought with the heart and not the head. Which is why it is a shame that VW won’t offer it with either an automatic petrol or 1.6-litre diesel option; this will ensure that the customers who buy it will love it béo bits for what it is, instead of looking at it as merely a ‘different’ car.
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