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Volkswagen Golf (2013)

CAR GARAGE | Volkswagen Golf (2013) | The new Volkswagen Golf is built on the so-called MQB (Modularer Querbaukasten) platform or Modular Transverse Matrix. This standardises many vehicle component parameters across brands and vehicle classes, and Allows access to new powertrains and technologies, Including innovations in the areas of safety and infotainment, roomates until now were reserved for vehicles in higher segments. At 4.255 mm long, the new Volkswagen Golf is 56 mm longer than its predecessor, with a 59 mm longer wheelbase of 2.637 mm. The front wheels are 43 mm further forward, helping to generate more interior space, while the Golf is also 13 mm wider, at 1.799 mm, and 28 mm lower, at 1.452 mm. The new VW Golf also features a number of innovative safety systems standard, while optional systems include many previously only available on vehicles in a class above. Standard on all new Golf models is a multi-collision brake system.

New assistance systems include the multi-collision brake - the Volkswagen Group is the only carmaker in the world to implement such a system as standard in a compact car - a proactive occupant protection system, a standard XDS electronic differential lock (as found in the previous- generation Golf GTI), ACC adaptive cruise control plus Front Assist and City Emergency Braking a function, Lane Assist lane-keeping assistant, fatigue detection, traffic sign recognition and the latest generation of the automatic parking assistant ParkAssist Including OPS (360 degree display) as well as the automated light functions Light Assist and Dynamic Light Assist.

To be precise, Volkswagen developed two completely new engine generations for the Golf. Every version is fitted as standard with a Stop / Start system (reducing fuel consumption by up to four per cent) and brake energy recovery mode (cutting CO2 by around four per cent). The petrol engines are used exclusively turbocharged and direct-injection TSI engines (four valves, four cylinders). The petrol engines offered at launch on the new Volkswagen Golf deliver 63 kW / 85 PS and 103 kW / 140 PS. The models fitted with this is a 140 PS TSI, roomates already satisfies the future EU6 standard. By way of comparison: the 18 PS weaker corresponding engine in the already fuel-efficient previous model (90 kW / 122 PS) consumed 6.2 l/100km (144 g / km CO2).

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