The Volkswagen Golf has been owned and loved by many over the years. And the present models simply enhance a fine tradition.
Whether you are looking for a fast car or an economical car, there’s a Golf for you.
Here is a look at the Golf fleet to help you decide which one is for you…
The range starts with the Golf S with a starting price of £17,595. The 1.6 TDI offers great performance and still offers 73.5mpg. It comes with plenty of equipment as standard, including Bluetooth phone connectivity and a composition media system.
Next up is the Golf Match BlueMotion. The 1.0-litre TSI engine gives you 54.7mpg and will get you from 0-62 in under 10 seconds. This model comes with 16” alloy wheels and a snazzy blue strip across the front radiator which adds extra class to its good looks.
Then there’s the Volkswagen Match for £20,300. With a 2.0-litre TDI engine under the bonnet, you’ll race from 0-62 in just 8.6 seconds. If it’s economy you are looking for, the 1.6 TDI offers 74.3mpg.
The Golf BlueMotion is the most economical of all the models, with drivers recording 88.3mpg from the 1.6 TDI engine. It has a built-in multi-function computer and the BlueMotion technology makes it so economical to run. It doesn’t lose any of the Golf charm, though – it’s an attractive car and the interior is high spec. If eco-driving is what you’re after, it’s a dream buy.
The Golf GT needs little introduction. With the 1.4 TSI engine, the GT will go from 0-60 in 8.2 seconds, making it a very hot hatch indeed. The GT has sportier looks and extra comfort – no wonder so many drivers love it.
Then there’s the Golf R-Line. The sporty looks and beautiful interior give the R a fast feel … and the performance to match. If performance is what you desire, the Golf R is a wise choice.
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