Volkswagen strikes with Polo Vivo Storm

2016-10-13 06:00
The Polo Vivo Storm. Photo: supplied

The Polo Vivo Storm. Photo: supplied

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SOUTH Africa’s top selling passenger model, Polo Vivo, has been rejuvenated with the addition of a visually striking special edition, Storm.

Polo Vivo has been the top selling passenger model since its market introduction in March 2010. To date, Polo Vivo (hatch and sedan body variants) has sold 217 139units.

The special edition Storm, which is on sale now, is based on the 1.4i Trendline with 63kW hatch body variant.

The exterior of Storm differentiates itself from other Polo Vivo derivatives with standard features such as front foglights with chrome surrounds, 15-inch Tosa alloy wheels painted in black metallic, glossy black side mirrors and black decals on the side.

The rear is completed with chrome tipped double exhaust pipes.

The interior has a dashboard with a two-tone finish in grey and ceramique. The air vents, centre console, lower parcel trays and cup holder are in a ceramique finish. Whilst the steering wheel, gear gaiter, hand brake lever are all in leather with grey stitching.

The roof lining is coloured in anthracite adding to the visual appeal of the interior.

That is not all. Storm is fitted with exclusive three-tone seat trim that compliments the ceramique dashboard with its ceramique coloured bolsters.

For entertainment, Polo Vivo Storm comes standard with CD/Radio with Bluetooth connectivity, SD Card, USB port and six speakers.

Polo Vivo Storm retails for R187 300 (VAT and emission tax included). - Supplied.

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