Last summer when gas prices started skyrocketing, every auto manufacturer searched their international offerings to see what small car may work for the U.S.
Volkswagen is no exception.
The company was once known for small cars in the States, but its current smallest entry, the original Rabbit/Golf, has constantly grown in size and weight over its four model revisions.
In fact, the four-cylinder engine is scarce on VW’s U.S. lineup (and only with turbochargers).
So its no surprise that Volkswagen started floating the rumor that the sub-Rabbit sized 2010 Polo may come stateside.