Volkswagen Polo BS6 Prices Revealed; More Affordable Now!

The Polo BS6 is offered with two petrol engines: a 1.0-litre MPI and 1.0-litre TSI motor


  • The Polo BS6 is priced from Rs 5.83 lakh to Rs 9.60 lakh.
  • It’s offered in four variants: Trendline, Comfortline, Highline Plus and GT.
  • The BS6-compliant Polo is more affordable than its BS4 predecessor.

Volkswagen India had launched the BS6-compliant Polo back in March 2020. Back then, the German carmaker had only reported the price range of the Polo. Now, the manufacturer has updated the detailed variant-wise prices of the Polo BS6 on its official website. Here’s the detailed price list:

Polo 1.0 MPI

Polo BS6

Polo BS4



Rs 5.83 lakh

Rs 5.84 lakh

-Rs 1,000


Rs 6.77 lakh

Rs 6.78 lakh

-Rs 1,000

Highline Plus 


Rs 7.78 lakh


Polo 1.0 TSI


Highline Plus MT

Rs 8.02 lakh



Highline Plus AT

Rs 9.13 lakh




Rs 9.60 lakh

Rs 9.78 lakh

-Rs 18,000

*All prices ex-showroom, Delhi. 

Surprisingly, the BS6-compliant Polo is cheaper than its predecessor. The standard MPI variant is cheaper at Rs 1,000 while the Polo GT is Rs 18,000 cheaper than before. The latter’s huge price cut could be due to the fact that the automatic variants of the Polo now utilise a 6-speed torque converter rather than the advanced 7-speed DSG in its BS4 predecessor. Speaking of which, VW has also introduced the turbo petrol-automatic powertrain in the lower Highline Plus model for more appeal. 


The BS6-compliant Polo is offered with two petrol engine options: a 1.0-litre MPI and 1.0-litre TSI. The MPI unit develops 76PS and 95Nm while the TSI engine develops 110PS and 175Nm. While the Polo MPI can be had with a 5-speed manual gearbox, the TSI motor, on the other hand, is offered with either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic. In terms of fuel efficiency, the Polo MPI has a claimed figure of 17.75kmpl while TSI motor returns 18.24kmpl.  


Meanwhile, the fantastic 1.5-litre TDI diesel and 1.2-litre TSI petrol engines have been discontinued from the Polo’s lineup. Both units were known for their punchy and fun-to-drive nature. Further, VW has also discontinued the quick shifting DSG technology from the Polo’s lineup.   


The introduction of the new TSI engine does improve the Polo’s appeal in front of its rivals like the Tata Altroz, Hyundai Elite i20 and Maruti Suzuki Baleno. However, we can’t wait for the introduction of the next-generation Polo as it has been long overdue.


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