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You can find 11 different trims for the Volkswagen Up! and their corresponding recommended coolant type.
The years available stretch from 2011 through to 2022 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.
One of the smallest models to ever be released under the VW family, the Up (stylized as the up!), was first released in 2011 and it has remained a part of the German carmaker’s lineup ever since.
There are a number of rebadged versions under the VW Group. These include the Skoda Citigo and SEAT Mii. Both of these rebadged versions were manufactured alongside one another. Sadly, both were discontinued in 2020 and 2021 respectively.
Since its release, VW has essentially released three generations. These iterations consist of the standard version, as well as two generations released under the fully-electric version. This is called the e-up. The latest version of these was unveiled in 2019.
The trim levels for the Up consist of four standard options. These are the base Easy, followed by the Active, Ambition, and Style trim levels.
VW also released a few special editions. The most notable of these were the Monte Carlo and Fun editions. Like a number of other VW models, there was also a GT version for a brief time, which was effectively a relatively high-performance model.
These trim levels are the same as those found with both of the rebadged variants.
The available powertrains consist of three 1.0 L engines for the up! These consisted of two inline-3 petrol engines, as well as an inline-3 that runs on petrol or compressed natural gas used for the eco-up.
The Up received wide praise since its release. The most notable of the rewards it received include 2012 World Car of the Year and 2013 What Car? City Car of the Year.