I am interested in the new Polo 1.2 TSI and have read your road test and watched the vidio. You write that the engine has a chain driven cam yet in the video you piont to a belt driven cam. Which is correct?

Also, do you think that tuning a small engine to produce such power will compromise longivity and or reliabitity

Asked on 3 January 2011 by BAGLANBOYBRIAN

Answered by Honest John
I was wrong in the video but because it's a video it can't be changed. Readers are reporting high early oil consumption.

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