Volkswagen has launched the Polo R Line; a sportier Supermini with spectacular styling, unique interior and exterior finishes and impressive equipment as standard, giving this car a real distinctive look from other models in the UK motor market.
There is a much deeper and sportier look on the fore and rear bumpers, a black glossy radiator grille, 16-inch alloy wheels and R Line badging, together with a RCD 310 radio player with six side speakers.
This sought after Polo also comes with dark-tinted glass that is almost 65 % light-absorbing, black cloth trimmed sports seats with the R Line logo, a three spoke leather trimmed steering wheel and fog lights that boast of a static cornering function.
Static Cornering Function
Compared with conventional headlights, this function improves road illumination considerably when the vehicle is cornering and turning with the aid of an extra light source behind the headlight reflector. When you turn the steering wheel or indicate, a small additional reflector lights the area you are turning into. As a result, you get a better view of potential hazards, faster. The static cornering light’s clear signal effect also alerts other road users.
Drivers can also enjoy the engaging multi-device interface that allows individuals to plug in iPods and other similar devices, whilst the automatic air conditioning system keeps the internal temperatures comfortable.
The affordable and fuel efficient Volkswagen Polo R Line is a sporty high-spec addition to the VW Polo range and is an ideal choice of vehicle to lease or purchase this season.
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