Volkswagen has kicked off 2016 with a raft of trim upgrades across the brand’s core Polo, Golf, and Passat models.
The Polo Match replaces the popular SE trim and adds more than £900-worth of extra equipment for a £100 price rise, including cruise control, front and rear parking sensors, front fog lights with static cornering function, tinted rear windows and smart new 15-inch Stratford alloy wheels.
The Volkswagen Golf, now in its seventh generation, continues the 2016 momentum with the imminent showroom debuts of the Golf GT Edition and Golf R-Line Edition.
The Golf GT Edition replaces the GT trim level, and gains an additional £1,795 worth of equipment including 18-inch Durban alloy wheels, and panoramic sunroof for a £300 price increase.
The Golf R-Line Edition replaces the R-Line trim and, for an increase of just £250, adds an additional £1,730-worth of equipment including larger 18-inch Serron alloys wheels and a panoramic sunroof.
Boosting the appeal of the multi-award-winning Passat and Passat Estate is the debut of a revised SE Business trim level which adds more style, and value, to the premium-focused class leader.
The SE Business designation – which is enhanced at the same time as the SE spec is removed from the range – offers attractive, high-spec features as standard such as Discover Navigation, front fog lights, electric folding door mirrors and tinted rear windows – together amounting to £555 of value – for £100 more than the outgoing SE models.