VW Up! Acceleration
Vw Up! 1.0 75hp acceleration. i try'd to get the 100 km/h but the road was ending. the car respons good and it's quite quick for a 3 cilinder!
2012 Volkswagen Up review - What Car?
Volkswagen's Up is a fantastic little city car, with lots of big-car attributes.
Here, our road test shows what it is that is so great about the Up, and explores whether there is anything you should watch out for.
Read the full review of the VW Up: http://www.whatcar.com/car-reviews/volkswagen/up-hatchback/summary/25975-5
Volkswagen Up! road test: Honest John
Honest John drives the new Volkswagen Up (or Up! if you prefer). It's a cleverly packaged small car with relatives in the Skoda and SEAT ranges. Full road test, specs and details at http://www.honestjohn.co.uk
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Volkswagen up! review - CarBuyer
Full review: http://www.carbuyer.co.uk/reviews/volkswagen/up/hatchback/review
The up! is Volkswagen's brand-new city car and the smallest model in the range. It's designed to take on rivals like the Fiat 500 and Toyota Aygo and offers excellent value for money while maintaining VW's high levels of quality. Its clean-cut design and efficient, fun to drive three-cylinder petrol engine should prove a hit with a crop of young customers. A starting price of £7,995 means this is a VW that's affordable, too. As a result, the up! takes the crown as CarBuyer's Best City Car for 2012.
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Volkswagen Up! - Which? Car first drive review
Full Review: http://whi.ch/vwupvideo
The Up (or 'Up!' if you adopt Volkswagen's grammatically-challenged exclamation mark) is a three-door, four-seat city car that sits below the Polo in VW's ever-expanding range. Prices start at £7,995, and it arrives in showrooms in spring 2012.
Inside, there's a surprising amount of space for a car that measures just 3.5m from tip to tailpipe, plus some innovative options and safety kit.
Buyers can pick from 60bhp or 75bhp 1.0-litre petrol engines, both mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. A five-door version and automated manual gearbox arrive in the second half of 2012, with diesel and electric models due in 2013
VW GT up!.
VW GT up! Preproduction version. Wolfsburg, 27.01.12 There is three-cylinders turbo engine there, with 110 bhp (81 kW).
New 2012 Volkswagen Up! Technical Animation
The 2012 Volkswagen Up! production model is finally here. To be made available in several flavors, the go-to vanilla offering is remarkable as much for its meandering gestation as it is for its price: €9,850 for the Move Up! "convenience-oriented model" (about $13,500 USD, including Germany's costly Value Added Tax). That model will have the 59-horsepower gas engine that slots below the available gas-powered 74-hp engine and 67-horsepower natural-gas engine.
In keeping with the fixed-menu offerings that characterize the small-car segment, there will be a convenience-oriented Up!, High Up!, Up! Black and Up! White models that bring a set number of options to the party. (We! Don't! Know! About! You! But! We're! Getting! Tired! Of! All! This! Ridiculous! Marketspeak! Naming! And! Crazy! Punctuation!)
According to VW, an innovative financing plan called AutoCredit2 will roll into overseas dealerships to aid sales of the car, but we don't know anything about that yet. Also, still no word on whether the Up! franchise will make it to North America, but we wouldn't count on it, at least with this generation of products -- after all, we're still waiting on something like the next Polo.