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Car and Driver named the 2019 Volkswagen Golf models as “10Best”
The Car and Driver magazine has named 2019 Volkswagen Golf models on its “10Best” list. Furthermore, this year is the thirteenth consecutive year that a Golf family model has been awarded this honor. At Folsom Lake Volkswagen, we are passionate about Volkswagen models, so this news has got us excited. We are happy to share the details with all of our loyal customers. Keep reading to learn why 2019 Volkswagen Golf models are “10Best.”
2018 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen cargo volume and interior features
With rumors that the Volkswagen Golf SportWagen may be on its last legs this year, the 2018 model may be the end of a legacy. If you drive a Golf SportWagen, you may be due for an upgrade. Your last chance to drive a new Golf SportWagen may come sooner than you’d like. Don’t let it leave you in the dirt, keep reading to find out about the 2018 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen cargo volume and interior features, and find out why you should drive a Golf SportWagen.
VW discontinued vehicles 2019
If the Volkswagen Beetle shows anything, it’s that VW tends to keep consistent with the models that it offers. Rumors have been circulating, however, regarding potentially discontinued vehicles for 2019. The Beetle is just one of them. Which nameplates would you be shocked to see go? (more…)
With its estimated 25 mpg city and 35 mpg highway, the 2017 Volkswagen Golf Sportwagen brings a new level of fuel efficiency to the sport utility world. The 2017 Golf Sportwagen comes standard with a 170-horsepower turbocharged engine that gives you the power and handling that gets through anything the road throws its way. The 4MOTION all-wheel-drive system is able to transfer the vehicle’s torque between the front and rear wheels depending on the road condition. During normal road conditions, power and torque are sent to the front wheels, but if anything on the road changes, the Golf Sportwagen is able to sense this and will send torque to the rear axle when needed. Available on the 2017 Golf Sportwagen is Tiptronic® with Sport mode. This feature allows you to change gears with a simple tap of the shifter, and you can change your driving mode for a more custom driving experience.
What’s the difference between the Golf Alltrack and the Golf SportWagen?
If you are looking at these two models side by side, then you may be wondering what’s the difference between the Golf Alltrack and the Golf SportWagen. They have the same 170 horsepower 1.8-liter turbo engine with 199 pound-feet of torque. They even look similar. Let us assure you that these are two very different VW machines, and we are here to explain some of the differences. (more…)