Saturday, February 6, 2010
2012 Volkswagen Up Review and Prices
The main styling changes allegedly involve longer noses for housing the front-mounted powertrain, plus a slim-line grille bearing a big VW logo and a conventional bumper to replace the concepts' blunt "smiley-face" lower fascia. Wagons should also switch to conventional rear doors; the show models had pickup-style rear-hinged back doors. Note that the specifications listed here are based on CAR magazine's reports. Assuming they're right, hatchback Ups will be somewhat larger than the two-passenger Smart and "3+1" iQ, casting about the same shadow as a 5-seat 2-door Toyota Yaris. Wagons should have about the same footprint as the BMW Mini Clubman, but will stand 3-4 inches taller.
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