Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Cheapest German Car in Malaysia

It's been a while now. With all the heavy workloads and things to do at work, that leaves me with not much time to contribute to this page. 

But anyhow, this post talks about the cheapest German car that was launched almost a year ago: The Volkswagen Polo Sedan. With a price list that hovers right below the RM100k mark, it's really quite a good deal compared to the usual Japanese suspects. 

Test drove it the other day just for the fun of it and the car offers great handling abilities as well as being powerful enough to stroll along in the city or for long distance travels on the highway. Doesn't really feel like a 105PS car at all. The car feels tough and sturdy, one that makes you feel safe being either the driver or the passenger. Hmmm...

And I managed to capture this while having breakfast at Puchong one day. A real handsome car indeed.



*I shall update this page as new information comes along. Quite interested in this car actually :p



2 comments:

Kyoko Nitori said...

The good thing about Japanese used cars is that it cheap and reliable although it doesn’t have a fast performance. And I think it’s a best option for those who doesn’t want too much speed.

The Marktrix said...

Very true and I couldnt agree more. But there was a time when dealers offered close to RM12k discount for this car and that made it cheaper than the higher spec City and Vios, which was a good buy. Something different for the market flooded with Honda's and Toyota's. But then again, I'm talking bout the Malaysian car market :)