Volkswagen has released generously-equipped Polo Match model, which comes to replace the famous SE trim. In addition the high-spec Golf GT Edition and R-Line Edition replace the GT and R-Line trims, while the new Passat SE Business comes to offer more functional upgrades including the Discover Navigation. Here are the details.
Volkswagen Polo Match
The car adds extra style and function. As mentioned it comes on the place of the popular SE trim and will be offered in three- and five-door body styles, wide range of engine and transmission options, as well as added extra equipment.
The standard features here include cruise control, front and rear parking sensors, front fog lights with static cornering function, tinted rear windows and new 15-inch Stratford alloy wheels. Note that we have no pictures of the Polo Match, and the one above is depicting the Golf GT Edition.
Volkswagen Golf GT Edition and Golf R-Line Edition
The next huge changes involve the iconic Volkswagen Golf VII, which now has brand new Golf GT Edition and Golf R-Line Edition. They replace the trim levels with the same name but add extra standard equipment. Basically, the Golf GT Edition gains extra 18-inch Durban alloy wheels and panoramic sunroof.
On the other hand, the Golf R-Line Edition also rides on larger 18-inch Serron alloys wheels and gets a panoramic sunroof.
Volkswagen Passat SE Business
Volkswagens also debuts the Passat SE Business trim, which boosts the appeal of the multi-award-winning Passat and Passat Estate. The standard equipment added here includes Discover Navigation, front fog lights, electric folding door mirrors and tinted rear windows.
Volkswagen Polo Match has a starting price of £12,735; the Golf GT Edition is priced at £23,915, while the Golf R-Line Edition can be order from £24,860. The cars are set to arrive at showrooms in early 2016.