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The new 2015 Volkswagen Golf proves that a car can be both functional and unique. With minor changes made to the exterior, people will be sure to instantly spot this German-engineered masterpiece. With an impressive fuel economy of 25/37 mpg and notable amount of storage space, the 2015 Golf is the perfect hatchback to take on a fun, summer road trip. Not only will you get far, but you’ll be able to fit up to five passengers and your belongings comfortably.
Though there have been only slight alterations made to the Golf’s exterior, that doesn’t mean there haven’t been any improvements. For instance, its height has been lowered and its track has been widened. Plus, this new models weighs less than the 2014 model by 80 pounds!
There are several different exterior colors to choose from, including Tornado Red, Silk Metallic Blue, Platinum Gray Metallic, Black and Tungsten Silver Metallic.
The Golf possesses strength beneath the hood, too, touting 150 to 170 horsepower. Consumers also have several options regarding the engine: The 1.8T, which is available in both two-door and four-door models, and the 2.0TDI Clean Diesel, which is available in the four-door model.
Car and Driver is enthusiastic about the TSI model’s manual transmission, declaring: “The manual TSI is 0.9-second quicker to 60 mph than the TSI automatic, a full second quicker than the dual-clutch-auto TDI diesel, and 1.5-seconds quicker than the manual diesel.”
Standard features include an LED lightning, touchscreen sound system, multi-functional steering wheel and Bluetooth connectivity. The Golf SEL boasts front comfort sport seats and the Golf S can be purchased equipped with a sunroof. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a sunroof for the upcoming, beautiful, summer days?
Of course it would!
Other cool features include a Fender Audio System and six-speed automatic transmission. Kelley Blue Book also talks about the “driver assistance package—available throughout the Golf line—features forward-collision warning, and front and rear park-distance control.”
With prices starting as low as $17,995, Car and Driver calls the Golf “phenomenal” and “a pleasure to drive.”
To get into your Volkswagen Golf today, stop by Atlantic Volkswagen and ask for Romain Perkins.