Volkswagen has added the Match trim level to the Polo, giving extra equipment compared to the Polo SE that it is replacing, with a slight change in price. The Match comes in at the second-tier where the SE trim used to sit in the Polo range.
The Match comes with 15” “Seyene” alloy wheels, front fog lights, rear tinted-windows, and front and rear parking sensors. If optioned on the Polo SE this equipment would come in at £980. The Match comes with a choice of three engine and gearbox configurations, like the SE it is replacing. All three use the 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol, an 80PS EVO engine combined with a five-speed manual, a 95PS turbocharged engine which comes with either a five-speed manual or a seven-speed DSG transmission. With fuel economy between 42.8mpg and 51.5mpg, both engines are cheap to run. CO2 emissions are low too, with between 125g/km and 139g/km.
Starting at £16,465 OTR for the 80PS Match, this is a rise of £200 over the SE but as standard, the Match comes with £785 worth of equipment more. Extra equipment includes; Car-New App Connect with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, an 8.0” Composition Media Infotainment system and lumbar adjustment on the front seats.
2019 was a great year for the Polo with awards being picked up from various publications, such as; “Small Car of the Year” from What Car?, “Supermini of the Year” from Company Car Today, “Safe Car of the Year” at the First Car Awards and “Small Car of the Year” from the UK Car of the Year panel.
Posted 13/02/2020 Back to Blog