The sun is shining, the sky is blue*, it’s Bank Holiday weekend and Volkswagen Retailers across the country are celebrating the brand’s range of drop-top cars with a series of ‘Open Now’ events.
UK customers can order one of the world’s most fuel-efficient family cars: the new Golf BlueMotion. This car offers fuel economy of 88.3 mpg on the combined cycle, and CO2 emissions of just 85 g/km, yet like its predecessors it still offers customer all the Golf’s traditional attributes of practicality, comfort and safety.
The latest version of the Volkswagen Golf GTD, which was introduced at the Geneva International Motor Show last month, is now available to order in the UK, with prices starting at £25,285 on the road – just £310 more than the previous model despite enhancements in performance and equipment.
The seventh-generation version of the iconic Volkswagen Golf GTI, which was introduced at the Geneva International Motor Show in March, is now available to order in the UK, with prices starting at £25,845 on the road – just £195 more than the previous model despite substantial enhancements.
At Volkswagen, the letters ‘GTI’ have stood for superior dynamic performance for over three decades now. In the tradition of previous models by the same name, Volkswagen is introducing the latest version of the Golf GTI at the Geneva International Motor Show.
Some 30 years after the original model introduced European car drivers to an intoxicating blend of practicality, high performance and abstemiousness, Volkswagen is readying the latest Golf GTD, which is set to make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month.
Meet the new Golf R Cabriolet, the first-ever open-top R model and the fastest-ever production open-top Golf.
With the weather a little changeable this month, Volkswagen has the perfect alternative weekend activity for die-hard Golf fans.
Motability customers could be welcoming in the New Year with a new car, thanks to some attractive rates on the latest generation Volkswagen Golf which is available in showrooms from today.
The new Volkswagen Golf has claimed its first award – the inaugural and prestigious accolade of ‘All the car you’ll ever need Car of the Year’ in the TopGear Magazine Awards 2012 – a month before it is even on sale in the UK.
The seventh-generation Volkswagen Golf opens for ordering today, with prices starting below those of the previous model, at just £16,285 (RRP OTR) and rising to £24,880.
Superchips has been enhancing Volkswagen turbodiesel powerplants since 1994. During this time the Buckingham based firm has developed an impressive portfolio of performance ECU upgrades, but its latest release, for the March 2009 onwards Mk6 Volkswagen Golf 1.6 TDi 105 PS (103 bhp), could arguably be the best yet.
Prices for the all-new Volkswagen Golf have been revealed. Not only is the new car lighter, safer, more advanced, more spacious, more efficient and better equipped than previous generations of Europe’s best-seller, of which over 29 million have been sold, but it also offers better value, with UK prices starting at just £16,330 (RRP OTR) – that’s lower than those of its predecessor.
Volkswagen’s all-new Golf is making its motor show debut this week in Paris, with the seventh-generation of the evergreen model displaying a new look plus new technology, engines, safety and infotainment features.
The all-new Volkswagen Golf has been unveiled in Berlin, 36 years after the original model redefined the small family car. The seventh generation Golf builds on the success of its predecessors, of which over 29 million have been sold, bringing new levels of comfort, practicality, safety and efficiency to the class.
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