Currently reading: VW Up five-door unveiled
More practical version of city car is expected to cost around £400 more than equivalent three-door
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23 January 2012

These are the first official pictures of the five-door VW Up.

Although official details and prices have yet to be released, the current indications are that five-door models will cost around £400 more than equivalent three-door cars. That should mean prices starting from around £9400.

See pictures of the new VW Up five-door

As with the three-door, three engine variants are expected to be available – two 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol units as well as a frugal BlueMotion Technology version of the lower-powered petrol – with three trim levels to choose from.

The five-door's key dimensions will be the same as the three-door, which means it will offer a 251-litre boot, plus 920mm of rear headroom and a maximum of 820mm of rear legroom.

UK sales are expected to begin in the fourth quarter of this year.

Read the Autocar VW Up three-door review

 

 

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drivenfromthere... 24 January 2012

Re: VW Up five-door revealed

Does it have the option of thousands of helium balloons and an old man?

Would be interesting to see this in the flesh. On first count I too would go for the Aygo - however cars are always different when poking and proding and turning the wheel.

Mario B 24 January 2012

Re: VW Up five-door revealed

gregor60 wrote:

Mario B wrote:
how often do other windows need to be open? Er, other than for vomiters.

I was talking to a VW insider and he said that they acknowledged that this is a particular problem for some young families. As a result, they'll address it with a special edition called the Throw Up!

Loved it!

hondaboy91 24 January 2012

Re: VW Up five-door revealed

I think it'll probably start at £8400, not £9400, which seems more manageable. As in, £7995 plus £400, which is what Car said as well. Autocar clearly didn't check their sums...

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