Thursday, 7 January 2016

Volkswagen gets generous with its New Year update

VOLKSWAGEN has clearly made kitting its cars out more generously one of its New Year resolutions if a quick update of its Polo, Golf and Passat models is anything to go by.

The Polo SE has been replaced by the Polo Match, which might cost £100 more but throws in normally optional extras worth £900. There are also upgrades for the Golf, with the R-Line and GT replaced by the R-Line Edition and GT Edition models, and the SE Business version of the Passat has also been updated.

To find out more about the offers - and the rest of the current VW range - have a look at the manufacturer's website.


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