New grade builds on phased-out SE trim with tinted windows, new alloy wheels and fog lights as standard A new trim level has joined the Volkswagen Polo range in a bid to offer more equipment at a more appealing price point. Replacing second-from-bottom SE grade is Match, which builds on the former specification with tinted windows, new 15-inch alloy wheels, fog lights and parking sensors both front and rear as standard. Other features in the package out of the box include an eight-inch infotainment display with support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, VW’s Car-Net connectivity services and lumbar adjustment for both front seats. Its powertrain line-up matches that of the outgoing SE. That comprises of two petrol engines, namely a 1.0-litre ‘EVO’ unit producing 79bhp and a regular TSI unit of the same output though producing 94bhp. The former is only available with a five-speed manual gearbox, while the latter can be linked up to a seven-speed DSG gearbox optionally. Lisa Hartley, Volkswagen UK’s product manager for the Polo, said: “The Polo is a stand-out model in its segment, with multiple accolades praising its talents, including its recent trophy from the What Car? Awards...