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New Volkswagen Polo Legend edition is priced at Rs. 10.25 lakh.

by Navyatha Sandiri
Volkswagen Polo

Is it true? Volkswagen Polo has turned 12 years old! Volkswagen’s small hatchback remains the benchmark for dynamic ability in its class in India, and to commemorate the occasion, Volkswagen India has introduced a new special edition of the Polo called the “Legend” edition. The Legend edition will be available in a limited quantity, with only a few units available for purchase, adding to its exclusivity. Let’s take a look at what the Legend edition will include.

Volkswagen has set a price of Rs 10.25 lakh for the Legend Edition. To commemorate the hatchback’s 12-year journey in India, the special edition is based on the GT TSI variant. It gets new decals and ‘Legend’ badging, as well as a 1.0-liter turbo petrol engine mated to an automatic transmission.

  • The Legend edition is also the last hurrah for the current-generation Polo in the Indian market before it is phased out.
  • The Polo Legend edition commemorates the hatchback’s 12th year in India.
  • Exterior enhancements include new decals and ‘Legend’ badging.

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Volkswagen Polo Legend edition exterior

Volkswagen has made the most changes to the Polo’s exterior for the Legend Edition. It will have ‘Legend’ badging on the front fenders and boot, as well as black body graphics on the sides that look like racing stripes. The car is also dual-tone, with a black finish on the roof and rear spoiler.

Volkswagen Polo Legend edition interior

The Legend edition will only be available in the Polo’s GT TSI trim, so there will be no changes to the interior. The Polo’s interior hasn’t changed much in its 12-year run, so it’ll be a familiar place for most.

What makes the Volkswagen Polo Legend unique?

The Polo Legend edition is a dealer-installed kit that includes: a glossy black roof foil, ‘Legend’ door decals, a black trunk garnish, and ‘Legend’ fender and boot badges. The limited-edition is based on the top-spec GT TSI variant and features no other exterior or interior changes. The Legend will most likely be produced in a limited quantity of 700 units by Volkswagen.

The Polo Legend is powered by the same 110hp, 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine, and 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission as the GT TSI variant.

Volkswagen Polo Legend edition engine

Because this is the GT TSI variant of the Polo, the Legend edition has the same specifications: a 1-liter turbo petrol TSI engine with 108.5bhp and 172Nm of torque. It also gets VW’s 6-speed automatic torque converter gearbox, which impressed us during our test drive. Speaking about the Legend edition, Volkswagen India Brand Director Akash Gupta stated, “The Volkswagen Polo is an iconic carline that has evoked various emotions amongst consumers.” Because of its timeless and sporty design, safety, fun-to-drive experience, and strong build quality, the Volkswagen Polo has had the distinction of being the first car for a family, an enthusiast’s dream, and the Since its introduction to the market, it has been the mother’s preferred choice. The Volkswagen Polo is the brand’s best-selling model, and it deserves a big celebration. For this reason, the brand is introducing the commemorative limited “Legend edition” for enthusiasts who will take pride in owning the last limited units of the iconic Polo.”

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In India, Volkswagen Polo

Volkswagen introduced the Polo to the Indian market in 2010, and it has remained a popular choice for buyers looking for a fun-to-drive hatchback ever since. Throughout the years, the automaker has introduced new models and facelifts. The introduction of the BS6-compliant 1.0-liter turbo petrol engine in March 2020 was the most significant recent update to the Polo. The dual-clutch automatic transmission has also been replaced by a torque converter transmission.

Volkswagen recently announced that it would discontinue the Polo in the Indian market in order to focus on made-in-India products such as the Taigun SUV and the upcoming Virtus sedan. In India, no direct replacement for the Polo hatchback is planned, though the carmaker may introduce the fully imported new-generation Polo GTI.

In the Indian market, the Polo competes with other premium hatchbacks such as the Honda Jazz and Hyundai i20 “as read and reported by www.autocarindia.com”.