Rubbish Cars We Love Volkswagen Polo Mark 2 – The Budget Golf — Volkswagen Polo Mk2

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Rubbish Cars We Love: Polo Mark 2 – The Budget

Expect the backlash maybe, but you try and us where the little Polo fit in to Volkswagen’s line-up. It did have a arse though.

It Had a Split

No, it was more like two separate The Mark 1 Polo was actually an 50, repacked with substantially spec and then rebadged that wonderfully nickable VW (this was thirty years don’t forget).

In 1981 the up Mark 2 Polo was launched. is the model you will remember It not only outsold the Mark 1 by a margin; it also featured a 1.3 with a new rev counter. This not seem like much to home about, but in the days of Ford Fiestas and slimline Unos, one needed an edge the competition. A rev counter, although pointless on a sub-60 BHP Volkswagen, the potential was there .

The Mark 2 made it through years in production. During time it became a favourite of schools, ladies of leisure and road hogs . About the thing it did not do was attain any credibility Like castle wench to Princess Kylie . the Polo was another Golf pretender.

Shmolf . the Mark 2 Polo Even a Hatchback:

Well, it a coupe either. Or an estate for matter. It observed a similar blueprint to that of the Talbot marketing 0.5%, functionality .

The truth is that being to pigeonhole the second generation mattered little to punters. every man and his dog considering the car to be more than frilly pink the Mark 2 defied its critics by in the Golf’s reflective glory. The top Golf lead the way for Volkswagen, it does in many respects take an R32 in blue please), the Polo coming up a distant for sheer perseverance.

There was no GTI either, though a bunked GT G40 featuring a tiny supercharger the Mark 2 was credited with if not much confidence by its German Sadly the G40 was only available in drive and never officially to the UK.

With its base model at nearly £4,000 in old money the was never the cheapest option on the A saloon Mark 2 model was produced, as was de rigeur in the 80′s, named the Derby . This car was bought by Christians, immediately with a mandatory fish and never driven above 40

What’s to Like With the Really?:

Balls and attitude. You see many Mark 2′s on modern because they have all to … or been wrecked by racers . Love for the Mark 2 has thin on the ground in recent but opinions are slowly changing. The freakiness of the Polo is bound to off again soon. We are all sick of the aren’t we? Rigid is the way to go, sparse and like the mutant offspring of a Elise and Fiat Panda. speed to those who can afford the We’ll take steady and a genuine analogue clock

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Moreover when was the last you saw a Mark 2 abandoned at the side of the Even joyriders refuse to them. If you want to look to you have fallen on hard get a Mark 2 Golf. If you really fallen on hard times get a 2 Polo. It can’t possibly be any than walking.

Say, For Arguments Sake, I Was Keen…

Roll up, roll up, we found a sweet little for you on eBay . For the few hundred quid a 2 can command these days, it worth just buying one out of curiosity?

There is no such as a Buyers Guide for a motor costs less than a night on the town . We just that you try the brakes several and check that the seat are not made of paper.

Be different, be be the owner of a car featured fleetingly in My Laundrette .

It’s pop culture, kids. Go it.

[story by Chris Laverty]

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