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What is BlueMotion on VW Polo?

“The Polo BlueMotion means high fuel economy and low emissions. The BlueMotion trim has its own special selection of trim and body parts, to provide a more aerodynamic design. The front grille is filled in and smoothed over, and the unique alloy wheels are designed to create less drag.

What does BlueMotion mean on a VW?

The BlueMotion is a range of innovative energy-saving technologies, from the automatic start/stop to low rolling resistance tyres. Other fuel-saving features include improved aerodynamics and the recuperation of energy from braking. Best of all, this increased efficiency also helps cut the cost of running your car.

Is VW BlueMotion 4 wheel drive?

The four-wheel-drive versions are thirstier, and combined with the powerful petrol engines are best suited to lower than average annual mileages.

Is the Volkswagen Polo BlueMotion a good car?

“The Polo BlueMotion means high fuel economy and low emissions. It’s a little pricey, but you should recoup some savings in low running costs.” In an effort to move its economical range away from offering diesel power alone, the Volkswagen Polo BlueMotion is connected to an economical 1.0-litre turbocharged TSI petrol.

Which is the greenest VW Polo on the market?

VW Polo 1.2 TDI Bluemotion (2010) review. Europe’s greenest car will be blue. Volkswagen’s Polo Bluemotion, which goes on sale in May 2010, will exhale just 87g of carbon dioxide for every kilometre you drive, and return up to 85.6mpg.

What are the driving stats of a VW Polo?

The trick to a car like this is finding a sweet spot between efficiency and driveability. With stats of 83.1mpg and 90g/km CO2, the Polo does a fine job of the economy thing, but wrecks all that good work with an utterly turgid driving experience. But before we get to that, let’s look at the tech.

What kind of engine does a VW Polo have?

Take the ultra-refined, immaculately built new Polo, and plumb a new 74bhp 1.2-litre diesel into its nose. Then fuss over the aerodynamics like an FIA appeal hearing. So the engineers lowered the standard five-door by 10mm, filled in the central grille, and fitted slippery new front splitter and side skirts.