The Volkswagen Golf R is a two-door hatchback, higher-performing version of the small Golf. Volkswagen initially introduced it Golf R as a 2008 model year. It is currently on its 2nd generation production.
If you think that you’re driving the VW GTI is driving perfection The Golf R is a must-drive car. Volkswagen makes use of the GTI and increases the performance considerably by introducing a much stronger engine as well as better handling and overall superior performance. Some may think that the Golf R’s cost is a bit too expensive for an Volkswagen but the reality of the matter is that the car’s well-appointed interior with an engaging driving experience make it an excellent choice for anyone looking for speed and a smooth journey.
Trims and Pricing
Volkswagen has only one trim model for Golf R. There is only one trim available for Golf R. Standard equipment for the car comes with heating windshield washers for the windshield, tuned suspension that is sporty and 18-inch alloy wheels. adaptive bi-xenon headlightswith LED running lights and heated side mirrors. back seat vents, dual-zone automated climate control with heated front seats, leather upholstery, leather wrapped steering wheel and the shifter knob. Bluetooth connectivity, and an audio system that surrounds you with eight speakers, a CD player with touchscreen interface satellite radio and HD radio. iPod interface, and an auxiliary input connector. The optional Sunroof and Navigation package adds the panoramic sunroof as well as a navigation system with keyless ignition and entry along with the premium Dynaudio audio system. The Golf R comes with a factory invoice of around $34,000, and an MSRP of around $35,000. Membership in the club ensures that you receive an affordable price, which includes savings because of your certified dealer.
Engine and Performance
One engine is available for the VW Golf R, which is turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder. The engine’s top output is a healthy 248 horsepower and 243 pound-feet of torque. The manual six-speed transmission and all-wheel drive are standard on the vehicle. It is estimated that the EPA rates the Golf R’s fuel efficiency at 19 mpg within the city and 27 mpg on the highway, and 22 mpg when combined driving.
The overall appearance overall design Golf Interior is similar to the Golf’s interior with the one or two distinct features. Its steering wheel more substantial and features flat bottom. The front seats come with strong bolsters to hold the front passenger and driver in place when cornering difficult. The gauges and controls are simple and straightforward and allow the driver to focus his focus to the steering wheel, pedals and the shifter. The interior color scheme is also straightforward with a prevailing use of black , and some accent trims of aluminum scattered around. Overall , the interior is elegant and fits the high cost of the hatch, which elevates it up to the level of Golf R past other high-performance small automobiles. There is a lack of storage space inside the vehicle, which makes it difficult to bring extra objects like sunglasses, flashlights and CDs with you on the journey. However, the front seats are spacious and comfortable and makes the car enjoyable to enjoy for hours. The rear seats have plenty of space for taller people to lounge and relax even though accessing the seats may require some gymnastics. It’s 12.4 cubic feet storage in the hatch is quite average as are an additional 46 cubic feet space for cargo with the back seatbacks folded down. Controlling the audio using the touchscreen is fairly simple, even when it comes with a navigation device in place. However, the screen isn’t large enough to read driving directions or looking at maps with ease making it difficult to use. However, you can use the iPod user interface control is simple to operate and makes it among the most pleasant electronic features in the road.