In March 2020 Volkswagen revealed the price selection of the Polo and Polo GT BS6 models. We now have the Polo collection variant-wise prices which are available in four variants: Trendline, Comfortline Plus (new), Highline Plus and GT. The updated turbo-petrol model is restricted to the Highline Plus and GT models, while Volkswagen sells the Polo with two petrol engines.
The 1.2 liter gasoline engine and the 1.5 liter diesel engine were retired. Volkswagen unveiled a modern 1.0-liter turbo-oil engine, effectively eliminating the existing 1.2-liter turbo-oil model. The new turbo-petrol engine of 1.0 liters generates 110PS and 175Nm. The new 1.0-liter MPI petrol model has been updated to follow the pollution requirements of BS6 and produces the same performance as before: 76PS and 95Nm.
VW has also launched a new 6-speed automatic gearbox for the 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine. For the first time, the regular Polo is offered an automatic option. This turbo engine is paired either to a 6-speed MT or a 6-speed AT. However, the AT gearbox is limited to the top-spec Highline Plus model only.
On the other side, a 1.2-liter petrol engine (105PS/175Nm) coupled to a 7-speed DSG was provided to the Polo GT. Volkswagen is selling the Polo GT in the BS6 period with the latest 1.0-liter turbo-petrol engine paired with a 6-speed MT. It is the first time that the Polo GT is sold with a manual gearbox instead of an electronic gearbox. The BS6 Polo with the 1.0 liter MPI engine costs less than its BS4 equivalent Rs 1,000. In comparison, the Polo GT costs Rs 18,000 less than its BS4 variant.
The Polo appears to be sold in terms of specifications, with the same range of appliances as before. It features climate control, rain-sensing wipers, auto AC and rear Air vents, and a 6.5-inch Apple CarPlay and Android Auto touchscreen infotainment device. Dual front airbags, ABS, and rear braking sensors are regular safety equipment on sale.