Deutsche Version:

00:48 start
04:27 facts
06:12 exterieur
11:07 interieur
24:27 compartment check
26:43 on the rear seats
29:16 trunk
34:28 driving impressions
44:05 assist systems and infotainment
46:05 sum-up

review pre-facelift Volkswagen up!:

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On Jun, 26 2016 we filmed this Ausfahrt.tv – Video – Review introducing the 2016 Volkswagen VW up! beats to you. We had a chance to drive the car during the international press driving event in Milano, Italy for a couple of hours. All the experiences we had with our test drive, the 2016 Volkswagen VW up! beats we put in our video review which is splitted into sections. We always treat all cars the same, Volkswagen up! beats als small car. We would like some competitors of the VW up! beats: f.e. Hyundai i10, Ford ka, Peugeot 108, Skoda Citigo, Renault Twingo, Opel Karl
In our in-depth review we present you the 2016 Volkswagen VW up! beats as detailed as possible. Please be aware that our time with the test drive is very limited, so we try to get as much as possible out of our time. The result of our test drive is now here, hope you enjoy watching our review about the Volkswagen up! beats.

Here are the most important facts about the 2016 Volkswagen VW up! beats:
Engine: 3-Cylinder
Capacity: 1.0 Liter
Power: 90 hp / 89 bhp / 66 KW
Torque: 160 Nm / 118 lb-ft between 1.500 and 3.500 rpm
Powertrain: front wheel drive
Transmission: manual 5-speed
Acceleration from 0 to 100 kph / 62 mph: in 9.9 Seconds
Topspeed: 185 kph / 115 mph
fuel consumption: 4.4 l/100 km / 53.4 mpg
CO2 emissions: 101 g/km
color: red
option line: up! beats
base price VW up! beats: 9.850 Euro (Germany)
base price test car: 14.600 Euro (Germany)
price test car: approx. 16.500 Euro (Germany)

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42 Comments

Syed Hussain

May 23, 2020

think he is in love with that steeringwheel

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Toxy

May 23, 2020

The facelifted Up is way smoother and does not feel even remotely the same. At least the TSI does. The TSI is so quiet and has almost no vibration compared to the unfacelifted model. Completely different suspension feel and steering is also different.

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Anthony Stafford

May 23, 2020

Underpowered no chance… I had all 3 cars 60 75 and a tsi arrived yesterday… Lamborginis they aint but perfectly good.weigh as much as an alsations farts..
This tsi is different way quicker…

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Robert H

May 23, 2020

Sorry to detract from the great review , but what is that huge concrete structure behind you ??

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Philip Lake

May 23, 2020

Grüß Gott aus England. Sie haben Stil genausoviel wie das Auto. Ein Kurzweiliges, vollständiges Video. Ausgezeichnet!

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Bulgdoom

May 23, 2020

The phone mount is adjustable. It fits my 6.3in phone.

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Callum

May 23, 2020

Even though they are so under powered on the motorway. They are really great fun cars to drive and the value they keep on the used car market is very good.

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korbithaler

May 23, 2020

Wer kommt auch von der deutschen Version, weil er seine Fails beim Fahren sehen will? xD

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Daniel West

May 23, 2020

It's starting to annoy me how many reviewers say they prefer the higher powered versions of their respective cars. Well, of course you prefer the faster version. Sadly not everyone can afford a 90HP vehicle, even from the Up, and not everyone needs it. The point of these affordable city cars is whether they drive comfortably in city and urban environments. If you're commuting to work on the autobahn every day or a boy racer, don't buy an Up. Don't buy any city car for that matter because none of them have enough power, not without modifications. You buy cars like the Up and Hyundai i10 because they're affordable to purchase and run, comfortable to drive, and convenient

In Ireland, insurance for new drivers is extortionate—even if you're mature. Anything above 1.0L or higher than 75HP can be prohibitively expensive without a year or more of experience. So it ends up being that most new drivers have to choose between a cheap higher powered car that has €3000+ of insurance and €800 of tax or a more expensive lower powered car that's cheaper to run, and then hope that their insurance will go down after a few years of no claims. THEN they can worry about more horsepower.

Ultimately if you're disappointed by a 75HP Up because of its power, your perspective is not one that many people buying Ups can rely on.

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Stuie Hunter

May 23, 2020

Is the 60 hp or 75hp too slow to use as your main car?

I'm 25 and trying to save for my first car…..wondering if this would be worth looking at for cheap insurance

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Rutger+

May 23, 2020

Gets a Beats version to review, does not review the beats audio…
wow..

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Augustus Caesar

May 23, 2020

Thanks for the detailed review, I'm thinking of buying a new car soon and the UP is a possible.

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Carlo Sitaro

May 23, 2020

Lupo was great. This one is the ideal "daughter" 😉

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Andre de Saxe

May 23, 2020

Beautiful 👍

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Fletch

May 23, 2020

Great review, I love that they go into great detail. Can you possibly review the new Renault Twingo GT?

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Andy P

May 23, 2020

I'm a bit torn re this car vs the 90 hp smart forfour

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matt a

May 23, 2020

I was thinking of getting one but I have heard of a lot of problems with the gearbox and clutch so I will probably get a i10 instead

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Brian Reynolds

May 23, 2020

Vielen dank Jan für das Video. Es war interessant und überzeugte mich, die VW UP kaufen

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Cambs Man

May 23, 2020

Why does the holder not fit an Iphone 7+ or equivalent Samsung, every other universal holder, selfie stick etc fits everything,

I would need to buy a new, smaller, phone to go with this car

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Leonardo Moura

May 23, 2020

man you should try the brazillian version of vw up tsi: it has 102hp on gasoline and 105hp on ethanol!

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Robert H

May 23, 2020

Wonderful review !! Still looking good and the car looks good too !!

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TheJoker

May 23, 2020

Fakten Fakten Fakten!!

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Noukz

May 23, 2020

Thank you for this amazing (truly) in-depth review Jan! I would rate it 9/10, as I think it shouldn't be longer then 30 minutes. Bear in mind my favourite SaabKyle's video I would give an 8/10. 🙂 You had me subscribed at my first viewing, dankeschon!

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Detective

May 23, 2020

I test drove the 60 bhp version! Mannn, what a slow ass car but nice build quality. The 90 bhp should be the one for the most.

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5 forwards

May 23, 2020

Excellent review, thanks.

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AtomicAutopsy

May 23, 2020

is the automatic still ASG?

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LukaBrasiFontain

May 23, 2020

Great work on the reviews.

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SpikeXtreme

May 23, 2020

Is the reverse gear next to the first or below fifth gear on the stick?…It looked different when you turned around in the road..
I have a UK 2014 UP and like it very much.

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lolnus

May 23, 2020

im 187 cm tall. Would i fit in the car? xD

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ghost kill

May 23, 2020

Crap piece of Shit car

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stuey36

May 23, 2020

"Pollen" filter is the word you're thinking of…..great review mate!

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Lefteris Theodossiadis

May 23, 2020

Nice review, I enjoy it.
And, yes, I dared to jump chapters.

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A. E.

May 23, 2020

ei cara bota pelo menos legendas

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RubiksCube24

May 23, 2020

Where do you get that smartphone mount from?!

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Shambu Lingesh

May 23, 2020

excellent review… liked your patience and honesty. i am buying this car in India.

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Panzerino02

May 23, 2020

Very good review and car too! Thanks.

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Mazza

May 23, 2020

Great review! Appreciate your good mood and sincerity. Here in Brazil the sell this 1.0 TSI with 105 PS since 2015 with some few differences (rear window full open for exemple).

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SDav21

May 23, 2020

I prefer the handle on the seat to adjust its inclination versus the wheel. If you are sitting in the car waiting for someone or have arrived early somewhere and choose to wait in the car, it is easier to move the seat down to lay down versus having to twist and twist the wheel which takes forever.

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SDav21

May 23, 2020

Where's the centre air vents? I don't like that. Also the rear windows that do not go down is not nice either. The rest of the car is cool though. The TSI version should come with cruise control to take advantage of all the torque on highways.

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Stash Ognjanovich

May 23, 2020

Mr Zee … you didn't mention that a spare tyre isn't available with the Beats system. What do you think about driving such a car in the countryside without a spare tyre?

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Aga Bus

May 23, 2020

Lustiges Video – dank Dir dafür
Nach der Deutschen Variante bekommt man so
einen kompletten Überblick über das Auto.

Wie lang dauert so ein Review über Beide Fahrzeuge in der Regel ?

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Martin Bauer

May 23, 2020

shifting is not your strenght, isn't it??? 😀

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