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Volkswagen Polo Car Accessories That You Should Tr...

27 February 2016, 10:05 AM

The Polo is one of the most accomplished premium hatch-backs on sale in the country today. Coming from the VW stable, it is backed by the promise of legendary German engineering. The car feels solidly put together with mature ride & handling manners. So whether you pick up the base ‘Polo’ or the oh-so-desirable, hotter ‘GT’ variant with the 1.2 TSI petrol/1.5 litre Diesel – you really get the most of what you’re paying for.

Most owners, having purchased the car, head to the local aftermarket shops to personalize their cars not realizing that the official range of Volkswagen Polo car accessories in India is quite extensive by itself. Taking the inside out approach, let’s take a closer look at all that’s on offer:

  • The seats in the car are among the first in the line of attack when it comes to dirt & grime. A set of covers not only protects them but also improves upon the look & feel inside.

  • Then there’s the official set of sun-blinds for the car. These may feel overpriced for what they are, especially after checking out the Volkswagen accessories online. But when you consider that these are custom-fitment OEM accessories, the price becomes a tad more tolerable.

  • Another custom fitment offering from the Volkswagen Polo car accessories in India is the official textile mats. While available in beige, they’d get soiled rather quickly & hence we’d go with the black version. Better still, the rubber mats available are better choice in terms of convenience & durability.

  • On the outside, VW has got these Chrome-carbon finish caps for the wing-mirrors, which when paired with the right body colour, can really pimp up the looks.

  • The roof-foil is another accessory that looks rich in black, when paired with a lighter shade, such as white. Of-course, if you search for roof-appliques among Volkswagen accessories online, you’ll get a wider choice of colours & textures. But just make sure it is from a reputed supplier such as 3M, lest you want to risk premature peeling, which would simply make things shabby.

  • The music system that comes stock with the car is great for casual listening, but if you want clarity and depth to the soundstage, then the plug-n-play upgrade featuring an amp & sub could be a good choice.

A few people even prefer to go minimalist on the accessories, including just the essential mud-flaps and spend the rest of it on engine mods, further heightening the sense of speed behind the wheel. You too could consider the same, but mind you that warranty might prove to be tough to avail, on the unfortunate chance that you would end up needing it.

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