While we wait for the Volkswagen Up! to make it to showrooms, VW would like to offer us a special model of the Fox. This little city car, called the Fox "Fresh," is just 3.82 meters long and comes with one of two petrol engines or a diesel powerplant. The gasoline-powered versions have either a 40 kW / 55 PS or a 55 kW / 75 PS engine and the diesel version puts out 51 kW / 70 PS. VW didn't release updated fuel economy numbers, so I'll assume the standard Fox numbers are still accurate. This means the smaller petrol engine uses 5.9 liters per 100 km and puts out 139 g of CO2 per kilometer; the larger petrol version bumps that up to 6.7 and 159; and the diesel uses 4.9 and emits 130 g/km.
The Fresh includes MP3 player compatibility, something called an "Easy Entry" system (i.e., a larger space for passengers to get in or out of the rear seats), and 185/60 R14 tyres on the petrol versions. VW hopes people will like the small price as well: the Fresh starts at €10,575 and it's available now.

[Source: VW]
Special Fox Model: The new Fox "Fresh"

A compelling little city mobile, this version of the Fox comes with numerous extras and a price advantage of up to € 513

Wolfsburg, 25 September 2007 - Only 3.82 metres in length, Volkswagen's city specialist will now hit the roads in a version with a particularly attractive fittings package. Available immediately, the Fox "Fresh" is priced from € 10,575.

The extensive package for the Fox "Fresh" includes exterior fittings such as bumpers in the vehicle colour and 185/60 R14 tyres (for petrol-engine versions). Interior features include high-quality, high-comfort details such as special seat covers in Charcoal-Grey/Ice Blue "Fresh" design and an RCD 200 radio system with an MP3 player function. The vehicle's rear bench is truly versatile, given that it can be shifted back and forward, the backrest folded down, the entire bench folded away and even symmetrically split. The range of practical standard features in this special model also includes the "Easy Entry" system and power steering in a steering column which is adjustable both up and down as well as back and forward. The Fox "Fresh" is available in two petrol-engine versions (a 40 kW / 55 PS or a 55 kW / 75 PS engine) and a diesel version (51 kW / 70 PS).

What's more, the Volkswagen Bank offers buyers attractive financing options. With an effective interest rate per annum of only 2.9 per cent, the Fox "Fresh" 1.2 l, for example, is available at a cost of monthly instalments of € 99.00 euro*. This sum covers third-party and comprehensive insurance, warranty-extension insurance and a free inspection package.

* Applicable terms: mileage of 10,000 km p.a., a € 4,178.00 down payment, a 48-month lending period, incl. optional residual-debt insurance.

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