Archive for the ‘VW Golf’ Category
The fan-favorite Volkswagen Golf is back in action, and its arrival to our inventory is just around the corner. While you can certainly schedule a test drive now, there’s also a lot to learn about the 2018 Golf. For example, many people want to learn all about the 2018 Volkswagen Golf pricing information for the different trim levels. We’ve got that, and even more information, so keep on reading! (more…)
What are the Differences Between the 2018 Golf Models?
The Volkswagen Golf family has been a very popular group of cars for a long time now, and the 2018 Golf family will be no different. Each of the new models has plenty to offer customers, but it’s not always easy to keep track of all their similarities and differences. We are often asked, “What are the differences between the 2018 Golf models?” Well, here’s what you need to know. (more…)
What’s new on the 2018 VW Golf models?
One of the most popular vehicles in the entire Volkswagen lineup is the Golf. The entire Golf family, whether it’s a hatchback or a wagon, has a lot to offer drivers from just about all walks of life. These models remain among the most anticipated every year for the German automaker, and more details about the latest version of these vehicles has been released. Volkswagen is displaying the Golf lineup at the New York International Auto Show, and while the cars remain largely the same as the 2017 versions for the new model year, there are a few changes worth noting. What’s new on the 2018 VW Golf models? Read on for more details! (more…)
2017 Volkswagen Golf Configurations
The Volkswagen Golf is an urban legend, and the iconic hatch returned for the 2017 model year with modern styling, advanced technology, and turbocharged performance. We’ve put together an overview of the 2017 Volkswagen Golf configurations to help drivers decide which 2017 Golf trim best fits their needs, driving style, and budget.
242-horsepower 2018 Volkswagen Golf GTI
The automotive world is highly competitive, and that competition works in our favor because it drives change. Automakers are expected to offer fairly frequent updates, which makes a sort of sense. Why would you buy this year’s model if it is coming to dealerships with no changes? You can save some money, and buy last year’s model. The Volkswagen Golf is on its seventh generation and last received a complete redesign for the 2015 model year. A facelift might seem quick, but keep in mind that the model was redesigned a full two years earlier in the European market. For 2017, it’s already receiving a facelift for this model year, which leads us to a speculating. We’re seeing gesture control, new driver assistance, and a lot else, but we also noticed a power boost for the Golf GTI. Does this mean we could be seeing a 242-horsepower Volkswagen Golf GTI for our 2018 model year? (more…)
2016 VW Golf vs Golf SportWagen vs Golf GTI vs Golf R
If you take a look at the Volkswagen inventory, you may be shocked to find it’s absolutely flooded with members from one particular family. The Golf was the second vehicle to enter the VW lineup after the Beetle, but it’s recently taken on many forms. This isn’t even to mention the e-Golf, which is yet another option for shoppers who are digging the hatchback options. Just by looking at them, you may see some differences when comparing the 2016 VW Golf vs Golf SportWagen vs Golf GTI vs Golf R, but for those unsure of which is best for them, we break down the main benefits of each. (more…)