Yup it's the "poverty spec" trendline or the "makes more financial sense to not have car debt" model. :crylaugh:At those KM's and price I would assume it's the poverty spec Trendline
You still probably have more features then you would have gotten with the vivo.Yup it's the "poverty spec" trendline or the "makes more financial sense to not have car debt" model. :crylaugh:
It's only my commute car as I drive 80Km per day, main feature I needed was fuel economy, still has all the main features I need, A/C, touch screen infotainment, safety features etc.
My SO had that model, but the pre-facelift 1.4, it was already a very refined car. Light years ahead of the old vivo. I haven't test driven the new one yet.The polo also has better trim, in terms of quality and sound insulation. Even the way the foldable rear seats are covered, so all in all a more refined experience as well
They really put some effort when they strip it.So I had a rental car of the previous generation Vivo recently...and it was an utter piece of ****.
More surprising is that it was actually nothing of the same standard of the generation Polo before that it was based on as I’ve also driven that before.
Suddenly I’m very weary of the new Vivo being of the same standard as then old Polo.
Would need to drive one to be certain but I can tell you I would never even want to drive the precious gen again. There are many better cars for the same money.They really put some effort when they strip it.