Volkswagen's Polo Vivo gets a special edition model

Image: Motorpress
Image: Motorpress

The Polo Vivo Sound Edition, which made its debut at the Vivonation Music Festival in April, retails at the beginning of September.

Martina Biene, Head of Sales and Marketing for the Volkswagen Brand says, "As at the end of July 2019, 17 672 Polo Vivo units have been sold in South Africa this year."

"We are confident that the addition of a special premium sound system in the Polo Vivo will appeal to young customers that are passionate about quality sound when they are listening to music.’’

The Polo Vivo Sound Edition is based on the 1.4 Comfortline 63kW manual derivative. The Sound Edition differentiates itself from other Polo Vivo derivatives in the range through the standard features such as 16-inch Rivazza alloy wheels in Anthracite, R340G Radio with App-Connect, a 6-speaker system with Subwoofer, mirror caps in Energetic Orange colour as well as equalizer decals on the doors and tailgate.

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                                                Image: Motorpress

The Black Interior Styling Package (Anthracite headliner, sun visors and trim, Privacy Glass and Leather Steering Wheel, Gear and Handbrake Lever) is an optional feature retailing for R2 500.

volkswagen sound edition

                                                Image: Motorpress

The Polo Vivo Sound Edition will only be available in the following colours; Pure White, Limestone Grey and Reef Blue.

Recommended Retail Price (VAT and emissions tax included)

Polo Vivo Sound Edition 1.4 63kW Comfortline - R220 000

The Polo Vivo Sound Edition comes standard with a 3 year/120 000km warranty and a 6-year anti-corrosion warranty. A Volkswagen Maintenance Plan as well as a Volkswagen Service Plan are available as options. Service interval is 15 000km.

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