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I know manufacturers tend to continuously upgrade parts especially in their newer models that the normal customers have no clue about. A few things I've noticed that are different from my past 2012 3-door Ups:

- Engine/gearbox/road noise has been significantly lowered. Might just be the fact that I'm on a 5-door version now but still the general impression is better.

- ALOT less noise from the back wheelarches when driving on wet roads.

- Shorter "Polo" aerial is now standard

- Seems to have fixed the steering pulling at points? Software update?

- Understood they brought a revised clutch pedal out earlier this year to fix the clicking? I'm now on ASG so can't say for sure.

Anyone else that know of other improvements that have been put through?

Edited by: ZillUp
 

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Hill hold, navigon has been replaced with garmin (maps and more) and slightly different dash readout clocks
 

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spud said:
Hill hold, navigon has been replaced with garmin (maps and more) and slightly different dash readout clocks
Actually thinking about it the newer dash is not an improvement IMHO
 

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Supermegamonkee said:
I had the new pedal box fitted to mine, clutch is so quiet now .
New pedal box? What's that? When you say the clutch is quiet now, do you mean the clutch itself or the pedal mechanism?
 

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Basically the new updated clutch pedal with all the grubbing a that goes with it. Doesn't make that nasty plasticky clicking noise anymore.
 
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