2010 VW CrossGolf V Facelift review and pictures

Posted on Thursday, 25 February 2010 , 18:02:51 byAngela

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VW CrossGolf V Facelift

The current Volkswagen Golf models are once again running on the streets of the world at full strength. The carmaker is proud to present the CrossGolf at the Geneva Motor Show. The model features new styling and it is offered with TDI and TSI engines. It was developed based on the Golf Plus. Common to all these vehicles is the higher seating position that is in more demand than ever. In initial markets, the new model will be available in April. The engines are exclusively direct-injection turbocharged petrol and diesel engines. The enable the car to reach a top speed of 207 km/h and when shifted by a 6-speed gearbox, it has a combined fuel consumption of just 6.8-liters of fuel. As it is usual on the Cross models, the mirror caps are always painted in silver and therefore the same color as the underbody guard of the front bumper. The exterior styling is rounded out by chrome accents and CrossGolf signature on the side trim. It sends all the power to the road through 17-inch alloy wheels. The German carmaker is offering the new CrossGolf in six exterior colors. The interior emanates fresh and friendly ambiance. To be more precise, it features sport seats including two-tone fabric covers and top stitched seams as standard features. The floor mats, decorated with color seams upgrade its appearance as well. The new car is identified by its new Volkswagen door step inserts with CrossGolf signature in the front door entry area and pedal caps in a high-end aluminum look. The model comes as standard with features that include electric adjustable and heated door mirrors, rear lights in LED technology, green tinted heat-insulating glass, daytime running lights and central locking with RF remote control. The carmaker did a very good job with this new CrossGolf.