Volkswagen Polo Problems

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The polo is well tested

Answered by CarsGuide 27 May 2004

EUROPEAN cars are as well suited to Australian conditions as cars from any other part of the world. They are generally well engineered and built to operate in all conditions. The automotive world has shrunk considerably in the past decade as carmakers have had to venture out of their home markets in search of sales. Most car companies test in several countries, including Australia when developing new models. I haven't heard of any major problems with the VW Polo. But most VWs seem to run better on our PULP than they do on ULP, which is what they're really set up for.

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