If you like variety, you'll love the 2018 VW Polo.

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There are nine different engines on offer -- one natural gas, two diesel and six gasoline.

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No engine is larger than 2.0 liters, and the natural gas engine only puts out about 89 horsepower.

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Every single Polo is available with a manual transmission, and only five offer something else.

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Perhaps the coolest Polo of the bunch is the GTI, seen here.

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With 197 horsepower on tap, it's a proper hot hatch, albeit a tiny one.

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As you'd expect, the Polo GTI carries a whole bunch of GTI badges, as well as the ubiquitous plaid cloth seats.

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Autonomous emergency braking is standard on the Polo, and adaptive cruise control and blind-spot monitoring are optional.

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LED headlights, wireless phone charging and active dampers are also included on the list of optional equipment.

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If you want one in the US, tough luck -- you'll have to wait 25 years until they're eligible for import.

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