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''Manufacturing locations:'' Navarra, Spain; Chakan, Maharashtra, India; Uitenhage, South Africa; Kaluga, Russia
 
''Manufacturing locations:'' Navarra, Spain; Chakan, Maharashtra, India; Uitenhage, South Africa; Kaluga, Russia
  
''Marque:'' [[Volkswagen]] | ''Model:'' [[Volkswagen Polo]] | ''Predecessor:'' [[Volkswagen Polo IV]]
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''Marque:'' [[Volkswagen]] | ''Model:'' [[Volkswagen Polo]] | ''Predecessor:'' [[Volkswagen Polo IV]] | ''Successor:'' [[Volkswagen Polo VI]]

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Volkswagen Polo (6R). 2009 to date (prod. n/a). 3- and 5-door saloon. F/F, 1197 cm³ (I4 OHC), 1198 cm³ petrol, 1199 cm³ diesel (I3 OHC), 999, 1198 cm³ petrol, 1199, 1422 cm³ diesel (I3 DOHC), 1197, 1390, 1395, 1798, 1984 cm³ petrol, 1598 cm³ petrol–LPG, 1498, 1598 cm³ diesel (I4 DOHC). Smart-looking Polo for the 2010s. Volkswagen upped the perceived quality, including interior materials, and introduced more economical engines. Three-cylinder diesel more powerful than 1·6 it replaced, yet had better fuel economy. Bluemotion diesel with claimed 87 g/km of carbon dioxide at one end of the range; GTI featured super- and turbocharging with optional seven-speed DSG at the other. Good, but not class-leading, handling, but extremely refined. European Car of the Year for 2010. Shared platform with SEAT Ibiza (6J) and Audi A1. Four-door sedan, made in Russia, covered separately.


Manufacturing locations: Navarra, Spain; Chakan, Maharashtra, India; Uitenhage, South Africa; Kaluga, Russia

Marque: Volkswagen | Model: Volkswagen Polo | Predecessor: Volkswagen Polo IV | Successor: Volkswagen Polo VI





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