The new generation of the Volkswagen Golf will be available in Italy for a base price of 17, 800 euros, once the model will be launched there in November, this year.
After it was officially unveiled a few weeks ago and then presented to the public for the first time during the 2012 Paris Motor Show, the new generation of the Volkswagen Golf is ending up in our news once again, this time with the German based automaker announcing its price list in Italy. According to the car manufacturer, the entry-level version of the VW Golf 7, the Trendline, will be available to its future owners in the peninsula from 17,800 euros, with its 105 BHP 1.2 liter TSI engine.
Besides the unit mentioned above, the new Volkswagen Golf 7 will also come with a 20 TDI, with a 1.4 TSI and with a 16 TDI, with the latter adding 1,900 euros to the price of the Trendline. The 1.4 liter TSI with its active cylinder system will be launched in Italy in 2013. VW says that for the Comfortline and Highline trim levels, a Light Pack with rain sensing wipers is available, for 165 euros, along with bi-xenon adaptive headlights for 1,805 eurs on the Comfortline and 1,600 euros on the Highline, adaptive cruise control for 545 euros, parking sensors for 550 euros, rearview camera for 215 euros, automatic high beam assist line for 580 euros and much more, which will be announced close to its launch.