FRANKFURT, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Volkswagen's Polo subcompact won the award as Europe's Car of the Year for 2010, beating out a field of over 30 rivals and bringing the trophy to Wolfsburg for the first time in 18 years. All 59 jury members, all motoring journalists, from 23 European countries gave points to the winner, and 25 of them chose it as their favourite. This gave it a grand total of 347 points, 10 more than its closest competitor. "The Polo convinced most of all thanks to its ...
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