• Welcome to the official Club Polo website

    Club Polo is an organisation dedicated to enthusiasts of the Volkswagen Polo from the earliest Mk1 to the latest Mk9.
    Established in 2000, Club Polo is run by a group of dedicated enthusiasts on a not-for-profit basis.

    We offer a wide range of FREE facilities, including this fantastic information-packed website and our extremely popular forum, with over 25,000 registered users!!

    • Volkswagen Polo MK1 (1975-1981)
      Volkswagen Polo MK1 (1975-1981)
    • Volkswagen Polo MK2 (1981-1990)
      Volkswagen Polo MK2 (1981-1990)
    • Volkswagen Polo MK2f (1990-1994)
      Volkswagen Polo MK2f (1990-1994)
    • Volkswagen Polo MK3 (1994-2000)
      Volkswagen Polo MK3 (1994-2000)
    • Volkswagen Polo MK3f (2000-2002)
      Volkswagen Polo MK3f (2000-2002)
    • Volkswagen Polo MK4 (2002-2005)
      Volkswagen Polo MK4 (2002-2005)
    • Volkswagen Polo MK4f (2005-2009)
      Volkswagen Polo MK4f (2005-2009)
    • Volkswagen Polo MK5 (2008-2014)
      Volkswagen Polo MK5 (2008-2014)
    • Volkswagen Polo MK5f (2014–present)
      Volkswagen Polo MK5f (2014–present)
  • FAQ, Technical Help, Guides!

    We have a range of FAQ, Technical Help and guide sections so, If you have questions or just need some advice, sign up for free, we have a wealth of information!

  • Club Polo Membership

    Paying members receive even more benefits, an impressive range of discounts from top UK companies, a limited edition sticker, membership card and access to restricted web content.

  • Project & Build Threads

    Been working on your car in the garage, want to show it off? Maybe, you want some inspiration? Then take a look at our Project & Build Threads!

  • About us, our history and what to expect

    Thank you for your interest in Club Polo. Club Polo is rapidly becoming the largest and most active club of Polo enthusiasts in the UK..

    The Club was formed by the amalgamation of the Polo GT/Coupe S Owners Club and the Polo Coupe Owners Club back in 2000.

    The club offers its members a number of things, all from a tiny membership fee. These consist of:

    Website - the web site (www.clubpolo.co.uk) is one of the most popular VW sites on the web. It is hoped that members of the club will contribute pictures and spec lists of their cars to be published in the gallery and articles on any hints, tips or modifications they have carried out. There is also a number of pages detailing the discounts and merchandise available through the club and links to other related sites.

    Forums – This is where you can obtain tips, help, advice, and generally 'chat' about Polos. This is where the main, day to day, activity of the club takes place and it is recommended that you join this although e-mail notifications on interest will be sent out.

    Shows - We hold displays at all the major shows up and down the country as well as hosting our very own Polo Show. We would all like to meet more club members and see their cars and shows offer the perfect opportunity for this. We hold our own Polo Show (now named: The Polo Social) which you’re able camp, so all members attending have a chance to get together, meet each other and see some of the other club. In addition to the nationally organised shows Club Polo has regional meetings (dependent upon regional interest) so local members can get to know one another.

    Merchandise - The club has stickers (small and large), pens, note pads, and much more, see our merchandise shop!

    Aftermarket discounts - the clubs already offer a number of discounts, there is a list of companies that we obtain support from on the web site. When you join the club you will be issued a membership number that can be used to acquire these discounts with.

    It is hoped that with the above items and the general enthusiasm and response that we have received from the Polo community we can bring VW's smallest offering 'out from the cold' and set up a thriving community!

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    • goldielocks
      Hey everyone,    As title says, I'm after the cat converter section of the exhaust for a 1997 6N1 Automatic Polo.    Can't seem to get any pattern part designed to fit the auto, all the ones both I and a garage have tried (that state only manual cars) have rubbed pretty badly on the driveshaft.    Apparently the VW part number is 6n0253058cx but no luck searching online.    Anyone on here have a used one for sale?   Thanks! 
    • mick1987
      Ill take em off u wer about r u hav u contact number should b next wkend
    • kwijibo_coupe
      Have you got a set of ARB blocks? The difference between the ARBs won't help as the '5 speed' one was made to clear the 5 speed gearbox. Do you have the ARB on the correct way round so the outwards indent is on the gearbox side?  All downpipes I've ever seen have gone behind the ARB.  Seriously if you haven't got blocks I'd get them on first as they do pull the ARB forward quite a bit. 
    • dvderlm
      Thought all the Polos that went up the hill did really well. Better than some of the big American cars who were so cautious, and not just the Cadillac Brougham hearse, so well driven guys. The white fourinstance saloon/derby got a "bang tidy" comment from a bloke in the benches behind me.   Cor, my breadvan looks filthy compared to the rest of 'em - but very glad of my skinny winter tyres. I washed it Friday before I set off. But I was in the campsite/mudbath right next to the fantastic friendly Scottish Retroriders and their campfire.   Among the Scots was Stuart who owns the 26bhp 2-stroke green Trabant pictured on the hill. It's got a gravity feed carburettor. No pump, that's East German high tech. Totally reliable until on a 1 in 5 incline. ShelseyW is 1 in 6 at steepest.  
    • c.w.pritchard
      Not sure if this is even on the car? Clip that is holding the purge valves in place, mine is damaged  
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