1994 Volkswagen Polo
The Mk III Polo 6N appeared in 1994, and was a wholly new manakin/bod. The 6K Polo derivatives Bowler (Polo Hellenic)/ Caddie /Polo Waggon were based on the like program as the Ibiza Mk II & were fundamentally rebadged Ibiza’s, launched a class sooner. This program really put-upon the floorpan of the VW Golf III (a concourse of mechanical parts and all of the reprieve components were intechangeable among the 3 models).
The Polo was launched as 3-door and 5-door hatchback versions, and was aimed at addressing many of the premature modelling’s shortcomings, chiefly the miss of a 5-door variation, and weak operation. Although the splasher and a act of mechanical components, including engines, were divided with the Ibiza, externally the two cars were unlike, with no divided soundbox panels.
A twelvemonth ulterior, saloon (Polo Classical) and wagon (Polo Variance) versions were likewise added to the orbit – these were badge engineered versions of the Ibiza-based Ass Cordoba. They were referred to internally by VW as 6K, and divided eubstance panels with the Ass exemplar kinda than the hatchback models. The Volkswagen Caddie van shares the like program and front styling as these models. A translatable variant was not produced, although a variant with an electrically sliding full-of-the-moon distance sunshine-roof, called the Polo Outdoors, was useable.
Initially the car was useable with the 1043 cc (45 PS/33 kW) and 1272 cc (55 PS/40 kW) engines from the former multiplication Polo and a new 1598 cc whole. A new 1.4 L locomotive replaced the 1.3 L in 1996. In 1997 the 1043 cc locomotive was replaced by an all-new aluminum stoppage multi-point injectant 999 cc underdeveloped 50 PS (37 kW). The Graeco-roman and Edition models featured a 75 PS (55 kW) or 100 PS (74 kW) 1.6 L and a 64 PS (47 kW) 1.9 L diesel. First, a turbodiesel engines (a 1.9 L locomotive) was useable in a Polo, although lone in the 6K models. Due to its littler locomotive bay, the received 3 and 5-door 6N did not get a turbodiesel locomotive until the lift in 2000.
1994 Volkswagen Polo
In europe a especial ‘Harlequin’ simulation was released in 1995, with all panels existence random colors, it ill-used the like locomotive as the unconstipated polo alone the semblance of the panels was the dispute. The car was aimed a the cracked vendee who precious to be unequaled, but the car resulted in a sales fizzle and was discontinued in 1996.
Dissipated variants were not introduced initially, and a charged G40 reading of the Mk III was ne’er made, but a GTI modelling introduced in 1995 catered for the hot hatching marketplace. With a modified output run of 3000 units, the 6N GTI was usable just in continental Europe. Featuring a 1.6 16V 125 PS (92 kW) whole that would subsequently be launch in the Mk IIIF exemplar, the car came with 15″ BBS alloys and could dash to 100 km/h in fair 9.1 seconds. The 16V, introduced to supplant the GLX, was one of the nigh democratic Mk III versions with modifiers, it victimized a 1.4 16V whole pushed to 100 PS (74 kW) as banner. This car was not a virgin dissipated modelling, and with a 0-100 km/h sentence of 10.6 seconds and a 190 km/h (118 mph) top upper, it was not as firm as the sportsmanlike Ibiza modelling (which secondhand a 2.0 L 16V locomotive). The Polo GTI was ofttimes seen as concluded priced for the operation it delivered.
The new modelling was wagerer furnished than always ahead and a orbit of models featured items such as semblance coded bumpers, het/electrically-adjustable mirrors, quatern loudspeaker stereophonic, pollen filters, primal lockup, bum drumhead restraints, tear backside seating, fog lights, metal wheels, air bags etc.. The car was useable earlier in quartet passementerie levels ranging from the L at the merchantman stratum of the descale done the CL and GL to the reach top-hole GLX simulation. The Polo Harlequin was an strange variation featuring a multicolored consistency with apiece empanel in a dissimilar colouring ranging from red, yellowness to pistachio common and blueing. Nigh 4,000 of this special serial were produced. In 1994 the Polo SE or Extra Equipment was launched. Based on the 1.4 L it featured a numeral of features from higher specification models such as the GLX bumpers, Athletics Rader metal wheels, tinted taillight clusters and crystalise indicators. The Mk III came to the end of its output run in 1999 with another Polo Couple.
The VW Lupo and Ass Arosa were based on a truncated variation of the 6N program, and divided many components.
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