Presented world wide at the end of last year, the seventh generation of the Volkswagen Golf VII model can be recently ordered in a four-wheel drive system, which promises a plus of handling, and safety.
Available on sale in three different equipped versions – Treadline, Comfortline or Highline, the new Volkswagen Golf VII 4Motion is delivered with two turbo diesel propellers, future buyers can also opt for the 1.6 TDI of 105 HP and 250 NM, but also for the 2.0 TDI of 150 HP and 320 NM.
Regardless of the choice made, the seventh generation of the German car promises maximum efficiency, a fuel intake between 4.5 and 4,7 litres per 100 Km. For a short comparison, the old model had a fuel intake of 0.8 litres per 100 Km although it had only 140 HP.
Also, the same goes for the version equipped with front-wheel drive, the new Volkswagen Golf VII 4 Motion has in the standard kit a Start/Stop system, braking energy recovery, electronic differential lock on both axles, ESP, Post-Collision Braking System technology, seven air bags, air conditioning, electric windows front/rear, board computer and TFT touch screen.
Whereas for the price, the new Volkswagen Golf VII 4 Motion is approximately with 1.800 Euros more expensive compared to the version equipped with a front-wheel drive.