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My most loved car: The Volkswagen PoloBack

The fact that the Volkswagen Polo has remained in the top ten best-selling cars in the UK for the past three years is no accident. Those of us who choose to drive a Volkswagen car know what our money is paying for – a distinguished brand which offers good performance, reliability and above all, a touch of class.

To many, the Volkswagen Polo is not the sort of car to get our pulses racing – we don’t think of it as a particularly fast car, or a car which will turn heads when we drive it down the street, but the truth is, the Polo has that extra bit of gold dust that many other small cars fail to deliver; it has the reliability factor. And let’s face it, what is ultimately more important than that?

For me, there can be nothing better than climbing into my trusty little Polo – it has never let me down and I am now onto my fourth model. It’s even come to the rescue in the snow, when my husband had to abandon his beloved BMW 3-series and use my Polo to ensure he got to work in one piece.

What I really love about Volkswagen cars is the familiarity when you climb inside. It doesn’t matter whether you’re driving a Volkswagen Toureg or a Volkswagen Fox, you’ll find the layout of the dash ultimately the same – and it is this attention to detail which makes Volkswagen such a prestigious, well-respected brand.

Volkswagen cars are also well known for their high level of comfort and the Polo is no exception. It may be one of the cheaper VW cars, but it still offers plush seats, a quality looking dash and plenty of added attention to detail to make my drive to work that little bit easier.

To drive, the Polo is not the fastest car on the road, but you’ll find that even the smallest 1.2 engine has a decent amount of get up and go, and unlike some superminis, it’s not just a great city car, but very capable on the motorway too. It’s also a dream to park.

There’s not really anything else I can say about this fantastic little gem of a car – it’s the best. If you’ve not driven one, you’re really missing out.

 

 

Posted by Leana Kell on 14/01/2013