VW Lupo For Sale in Namibia

VW Lupo For Sale in Namibia

What is VW Lupo ?

The Lupo FSi was the first direct injection petrol powered production vehicle Volkswagen produced. A 5L/100 km 1.4 16v petrol version of the Lupo 3L with an average consumption of 4.9L/100 km. This direct injection engine next to a conventional engine with similar power uses around 30% less fuel.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What engine is in a Lupo?

Volkswagen Lupo Hatchback engines, drive and performance

The three 1.4s (75bhp and 100bhp petrols and a 75bhp turbo-diesel) are competent in all areas. 1.7 SDi is off the pace and gives lower mpg than the 1.4 TD. The 125bhp 1.6 petrol is a real pocket rocket.

Is Volkswagen Lupo reliable?

Used Volkswagen Lupo Hatchback (1999 – 2005) Review | Parkers
The tiny Lupo offers a premium package of reliability, driveability and desirability. The GTi models are mischievous and especially fun to drive with the six-speed gearbox. Main criticisms are the 1.0-litre and 1.7 Di diesels can feel underpowered and the boot is too small for most needs.

How many seats does a Lupo have?

Cabin & Luggage

Luggage Capacity130 litres
Unbraked Towing Weight450kg
Braked Towing Weight650kg

Where was the VW Lupo made?

In fact, both the Arosa and the Lupo are produced in VW’s headquarters, Wolfsburg of Germany.

What is the fuel economy of the Lupo?

Lupo is an environmentally friendly model. With an average of 149 g/km CO2 across the line-up, its emissions are comparably low for a mini hatchback. Eco-conscious buyers should consider the 1.0-litre petrol, which is one of the greenest models in the range. The range is impressively frugal, averaging 48 mpg.

How many gears does a Lupo have?

A five speed gearbox is standard across the Lupo range, apart from on the GTI which has a six speed ‘box.

Why did VW stop making the Lupo?

Sales of the Lupo were slow and missed Volkswagen’s targets, partly because of its high price in the class and it was higher than its sister car SEAT Arosa. In 2001 a Volkswagen source claimed that it was decided the Lupo would eventually be discontinued and replaced by a model built in China.

When did VW stop making the Lupo?

The Lupo GTI was a marked contrast: with 92 kW / 125 PS, it reached a top speed of 205 km/h. By the time the model was discontinued in 2005, more than 477,000 units of the Lupo had been produced.

Does VW Lupo have air conditioning?

The Lupo does, however, offer air-conditioning, and unlike the power-robbing units on small cars like the old Chevy Metro, once the star of Florida rental fleets, the Lupo’s system does not offer a stark choice between acceleration and refrigeration. VW also honed the aerodynamics of the round-face vehicle.

Is a Lupo GTI Turbo?

VW’s Lupo GTI’s comes with either a 1.0 turbo charged develops 113bhp and 147lb ft of torque, and the naturally aspirated 1.6-litre put out 123bhp and 112lb ft of torque.