Volkswagen is known for making high quality vehicles and the 2015 Volkswagen Golf is likely to live up to a lot of high expectations. Past models have been high-powered, reasonably efficient, and capable of hauling high numbers of passengers. The 2015 Golf is expected to hit dealerships later this summer in July. With a starting MSRP of $ 17,995 the sleek and versatile Golf has many features that are sure to make the driving experience exciting.
Looks can be deceiving when it comes to interior space of the all-new Volkswagen Gold. The Golf is just an inch shy of six feet wide, is nearly five feet tall and is almost 14 feet long. It has a wheel base of almost nine feet. This size gives you plenty of room to bring along five or six passengers. The wheel base is wide enough to create plenty of traction and turning room.
The 2015 Volkswagen Golf has a five-speed manual transmission on a 1.8L gasoline engine. It has a capacity of 14.5 gallons. The new golf features a 170 horsepower with a turbocharged engine. It will have 236 lbs.-ft. of torque with the TDI Clean Diesel engine. With an EPA estimated 31 mpg in the city and 35 mpg on the highway, the Golf features a good mix of power and fuel efficiency.
Past Golf models have been praised for their suspension, and the 2015 Golf is likely to integrate most of the same suspension build. The Golf has a strut-type front suspension and a multi-link rear suspension in the back. The TDI Clean Diesel model will use a compact torsion beam rear suspension that will have telescopic dampers and coil springs.
Safety and Security
The 2015 Golf will feature a wide variety of safety features, guaranteed to keep you and your family safe on the road. These features include:
4-wheel anti-lock brakes
Front and rear head airbags
Dual front side-mounted airbags
Child seat anchors
Emergency braking assist
Daytime running lights
Passenger airbag sensing deactivation
These are the kinds of features that Volkswagen likes to integrate in nearly all of its cars. Road safety has become a serious concern for both families and single drivers, and the 2015 Volkswagen Golf leads the pack in its class.
The 2015 Volkswagen Golf will remain one of the most handsomely designed SUVs on the market. Its smooth exterior lines create a sleek, stylish look that is hard to beat. It also integrates the latest aerodynamic design decisions, to create a smooth looking and smooth driving car the whole family will love.
The 2015 Volkswagen Golf isn’t going to break any new standards in design or create an uproar. It doesn’t have to: the Golf is one of the most respected and highly-regarded SUVs on the market and it really needed very little improvement or tweaking. Volkswagen knows it’s important not to fix what isn’t broken, and are going a great job with that on this year’s model of the Golf.