Vw Polos and BMW have a rivalry on the streets of South Africa, both these stylish cars are loved very much by South Africans but there seems to be a friendly rivalry between BMW owners and VW Polo owners as they cannot decide which is the hottest car in South Africa.
Many BMW models from the 325i have been very much appreciated over the years in South Africa as their roaring engines have always driven the people crazy, their beauty has also been much appreciated and you can easily customize any BMW to make it look and sound even better.
The Vw Polo has been enjoying some popularity for the last couple of years as more and more people are starting to appreciate the beauty of these beautiful small rides with their sleek look, the Polo just like the BMW can be customized to your liking but they do not sound as good as the BMW's engine.
Today we take look at some of the hottest Vw Polos compared to the hottest BMW's, you as the viewer which car you think owns the streets of South Africa or just simply choose a cool car you would love to own, there are hundreds of BMW's and Polos on South African roads and unfortunately we can't go through them all.
Here are some of the hottest BMW's and Polos on South African roads, do drop a comment in the comments section on which is the most popular on South African roads and be sure to click on the like button and to share this content with peers, if you have not yet subscribed to this channel then be sure to click on the follow link so that you don't miss out on what's going on in the world of cars.
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