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After its world premiere in Berlin and Paris, in the presence of a large number of fans of Volkswagen brands, public figures and the media, in the way the National Driving Academy – NAVAK presented to the seventh generation of the Golf.
Conceptually, the new Golf is based on the MQB. This means that all is redesigned: the chassis and drive on the inside – but the overall information system and entertainment system, and a new auxiliary systems.
The new Golf is 4.255 meters long, which is 56 mm longer than its predecessor, expanding to 13mm, which now stands at 1.799 m and a height of 1.452 meters, which means that it is 28 mm lower than the previous-generation Golf. Extends the wheelbase, which is 2637 mm. A greater boot capacity, up by 30 liters, so it has a new 380 liters of usable space in the trunk.
The design of the new Golf is largely based on the previous generation of the model. Smooth lines on the new VW Golf became sharper and slightly square. This can best be seen at the front of the car, headlights, hoods and Krill. Similarly with the rear bumper and brake lights. New detail is noticeable by a separate triangular pieces of glass on the front door window, which is where an older generation of cars there butterfly glass.
Improved cabin of the new Golf has three levels of equipment
Trendline basic package is pretty generous standard equipment: air conditioning, electric windows, decorative metallic details, a new multimedia system with touch screen, leather wrapped steering wheel, a system for the detection of driver fatigue, ESP and more. Levels of standard equipment have been around one another.
In the Middle Comfortline package, available among other things: cruise control, plus board computer, 15 inch alloy wheels, lumbar support in the front seats and more.
Highest Highline package, bringing luxury standard features and superior equipment, such as multi-function steering wheel, ambient lighting, decorative details of chromium, 16 inch alloy wheels, Alcantara and high quality materials in the interior.
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Advanced Security Systems – First Volkswagen develped a system to prevent multiple collisions,
Safety and comfort of a high-level slogans are the new Golf. The automatic braking upon impact is significant because it prevents further movement and possible secondary impact of the car after the crash incident.
Driver assistance package is available as optional equipment for the Comfortline level and Highline. This package includes, ACC adaptive cruise control, “Front Assist” system with the function of monitoring environment City Emergency Braking, Bi-xenon headlights with LED daytime running lights and adaptive headlights, “Dynamic Light Assist” dynamic control of the main light beam, light and sight package, “Lane Assist “assists while staying in the same lane, anti-theft alarm” Plus, “traffic sign detection.
A new pallet of improved gasoline and diesel power trains.
New engines are available with 4Motion four-wheel drive to enrich a large range of new Golf’s. Golf lovers will enjoy the new generation of engines that offer better fuel economy and low CO2 emission values. Four new engines: 1.2 TSI BlueMotion of 63 kW (85ks), 1.2 TSI BlueMotion, 77 kW (105 hp), 1.4 TSI BlueMotion, 90 kW (122ks) and 1.4 TSI BlueMotion of 103 kW (140hp) with ACT (active cylinder management). These engines can be combined with a 6-speed manual transmission or a 7-speed dual clutch gearbox (DSG). 4Motion permanent all-wheel drive is available as an optional in combination with 6-speed manual gearbox and with engines, 1.6-liter 77 kW (105 hp) TDI BlueMotion technology, 2.0 l 110 kW (150 hp) TDI BlueMotion technology.
The basic model of gasoline (TSI) consumes just 4.9 l/100km, and the main diesel engine (TDI) consumes 3.8 l/100 km. TSI models with CO2 emissions of 115 g / km, while CO2 emissions have a TDI of 99 g / km. Golf BlueMotion has the best performance: 3.2 l/100 km and 85 g / km of CO2. Another new engine is the 1.4 TSI with 103 kW/140 hp and automatic disconnection of the cylinder. Combined fuel consumption of gasoline engines, both falling within the sport and steady, at 4.7 l/100 km, which corresponds to 109 g / km CO2. A very important fact is that improved fuel savings of up to 23%, depending on engine choice.
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