2010 VW Golf VI Wagon review and pictures

Posted on Friday, 22 May 2009 , 09:05:16 byDan

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VW Golf VI Wagon

This Friday is the day you can place your order if you are interested in the new VW Golf Estate, the fourth body version to be launched. The extensive redesign of this Estate should ensure that the all-around talent further extends its position as a business estate car and as a first car for families as well. The carmaker established a starting price of EUR18.500 and it includes ESP, six airbags, daytime running lights, roof rails, power windows all around, power and heated mirrors, central locking with RF remote control, climate control and also a 1.495 liters of cargo capacity. The engine lineup was adopted directly from the Golf 2-door and 4-door models. In the interior, the high-end instruments of the current Golf set the tone. In Europe, first units of the new Golf will be delivered in September. The new VW Golf Estate can be recognized by its new bumper, radiator grille and engine hood styling and its modified fenders and headlights. In the lower area, the model has an additional large air inlet too. At the rear, the independent design of the previous model has been upgraded in the new generation by modified, more elegant taillights and bumpers fully painted in car color in the lower area. Controls for the new Golf climate control system were integrated in the Golf Estate as well. Two driver assistance systems are also available as options for the first time in the Golf Estate. To be more precise, we are talking about Park Assist and Rear Assist. Another feature being offered is the panorama sunroof that is popular among many Golf Estate buyers. The carmaker is launching the new model on the market with four gasoline and two diesel engine options. All prices and features apply to models offered for the German customers.