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Now that Volkswagen's Golf Cabriolet has elbowed aside its Eos stablemate and stands alone as Volkswagen's mainstream convertible offering, it's been usefully updated, with a smarter look and Euro6 efficiency. Though it's remains based on the old-generation MK6 model Golf design, it still has much to offer. Ultimately, this remains a classy contender and the model which in future years will probably be remembered more than any other for turning the tide of public preference away from metal folding roofs and back to smart classy fabric tops in cars of this kind. A landmark then, just as Golf Cabriolets have always been.
Even with the boot down you have 250 litres of available space
Reduces anoying wind noise and protects the back of your neck from air turbulence
Safety in a split second. Electronic sensors activate twin rollover bars the instant they detect an impending roll or impact
Laser-welded body shell
Using state-of-the-art laser welding the structure is so strong it can absorb impact energy protecting you from within
50:50 split fold seats
You'll be amazed how much you can fit in... if you need extra space simply fold either or both the rear seats flat
White instrument lighting
White instrument lighting adds a glow of sophistication to the host of little luxuries that distinguish the interior
New Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet Features
Despite being a soft-top, the new Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet offers almost the same level of refinement of its hard-top alternative — with the added benefit of feeling the wind in your hair during a drive. Keep on reading about the car’s key features:
Enjoy an incredibly refined drive
The thought of driving at the national speed limit with the roof down may make you think that the breeze will be overwhelming. However, you needn’t fear where the new Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet is concerned.
Even when the car is cruising along at 70mph, its level of refinement is such that you will still be able to have a conversation with passengers without any trouble.
You don’t even need to worry about wind buffeting when travelling at low speeds due to the fantastic design of the new Golf Cabriolet.
A superbly designed roof
Keeping on the topic of the new Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet’s roof, you can rest assured you never need to wait long to take advantage of the sun.
This is because the roof can open and close completely in a mere 9.5 seconds, while operating at speeds of up to 19mph.
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- 17" 'Porto' alloy wheels
- 2zone climate control
- Multi Device Interface (MDI)
- Parking sensors, front and rear
- Wind deflector
- 18" 'Charleston' alloy wheels
- Front fog lights
- Front sport seats with height and lumbar adjustment
- Sports suspension
- Titan Black Alcantara cloth
- 18" 'Monza Shadow' alloy wheels
- GTI styling pack
- Jacara cloth
- Leather 'GTI' 3-spoke multifunction steering wheel
- Red stitching on steering wheel and handbrake grip
New Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet Trim Options
There’s three trim options available across the new Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet range.
Enjoy an even more comfortable drive with the wind deflector feature and both front and rear parking sensors that are packed into the SE trim.
Style is at the forefront of the GTI trim, evident by the inclusion of Jacara cloth and red stitching across the car’s steering wheel and handbrake grip.
For a thrilling driver, opt for the GT option and the car comes complete with sports suspension and front sport seats featuring height and lumbar adjustment.