Ownership Review: Polo 1.2 TDI Comfortline Diesel (100K Crossed)


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Side view from rear

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Side view from front

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Side view from front

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Side view from front

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Front Grill looks beautiful

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This logo commands lots of respect on road

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Nicely crafted eyes, light is sufficient for night driving

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Internally adjusted side mirrors
 
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Congrates and welcome to Polo club. Good pics[clap]. The more you drive it, the more you love it.
 
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Congrates and welcome to Polo club. Good pics[clap]. The more you drive it, the more you love it.
Thanks a lot ashikawa, yep i am loving it so much always try to find excuse to drive it want to go for a long weekend drive soon! Will post more pics and details of the car soon...[:)]
 
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Yeah the best thing to do is to take her for a longish drive! That will ease up the engine as well as soothe the itch a little [;)]
 
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Yeah the best thing to do is to take her for a longish drive! That will ease up the engine as well as soothe the itch a little [;)]
Yep will surely take her on long drive soon, parents are not in town for next one month will surely plan my long drive after that.

amazing loved it!!
Thanks Ravi, Indeed Polo is a amazing vehicle with exceptional ride and handling quality.

More details coming up soon thanks to everyone for their support.
 
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Side mirror got good view range

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Door handles are nicely integrated with the body

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Tail lights looks stunning, specially when they are lit up

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Brand with lots of respect worldwide

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Thanks god my Polo got diesel badge

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This way you can open your boot, love this

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Enough boot space to carry luggage for long drives

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Rear profile of Polo looks amazing perfect design

 
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Driver side height adjustable seat in comfortline and highline variant

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Perfectly located hand brake and gear lever

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Nicely done dual tone interior with no panel gap and premium material with good finish

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Steering is ultra smooth and light which weigh itself with the speed

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Glove box, nicely integrated with amazing fit and finish dashboard

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Integrated stereo available in diesel comfortline variant without USB, very good sound quality and thump

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Engine bay nicely placed 1.2TDI

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Very neatly done engine bay


Will post more soon hope you like the review...
 
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Bonnet is quite heavy and made of thick metal sheet, always remember to put your wipers in service position before opening the bonnet

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Rear passenger headrest obstruct the rear view, use of all three mirrors in combination will solve the problem

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Small rear glass limits the rear view, use of all three mirrors in combination will solve the problem

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Adjustable steering standard in all variant, turn indicator lever is placed on left

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AC is quite effective and blower makes less noise

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Yes reverse is reverse which require lots of attention initially quite use to it now, just push it down and move the lever forward reverse gear will get engaged

 
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That reverse is just awesome and probably one of the reason I am so obsessed with Fabia. I know your's is a Polo and same reverse is / was available in i20 as well but I like Fabia because of the space inside out.
 
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That reverse is just awesome and probably one of the reason I am so obsessed with Fabia. I know your's is a Polo and same reverse is / was available in i20 as well but I like Fabia because of the space inside out.
Fabia is no doubt a wonderful car which shares same 1.2TDI engine with Polo now, this car was strong contender but due to poor response from showroom guys things didn't worked on. Can you share your experience with Skoda ASS read lots of things about them.
 
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Yesterday i noticed that one of the reverse back light is not working will get her checked soon. Also one of the front mud flap got loosened up it may be hit by an speed breaker or pothole though not sure about that.
 
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^^^ Polo has only one reverse light, the other is a rear fog light. I am surprised that the showroom guys dint inform you about this. Dont worry, almost all european cars have a single reverse light.

Look closely in your right tail lamp, in the area where the reverse light should be. It will have a red tinge. that's because it has a red rear fog lamp within it. To activate it, pull out your headlamp switch by one notch... yes, pull it out but dont break it! the rear fog lamp is ON - TA DAAA!
 
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