The first test drive of the brand new Volkswagen Golf Sportsvan, the replacement of the Golf Plus, is coming from the British journalists at “Which?”.
Officially unveiled not too long ago, the brand new Volkswagen Golf Sportsvan is now being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the help of the first test drive which was posted onto the web. The clip posted below is trying to figure it out if the model in question is better than the previous Golf Plus, and why shouldn’t it be, considering the fact that it’s a bit longer, taller and it’s riding on the MQB platform.
The Volkswagen Golf Sportsvan is coming with a new infotainment system, front impact collision prevention, blind spot monitor, lane keeping assist, Google Earth, Google Streetview and others. Its design isn’t bringing anything new compared to the model seen in Geneva but we can notice the new taillights, the headlights and the increased body size. As far as the engine lineup goes, this includes petrol units ranging between 85 HP and 150 HP and two diesels, producing 110 HP and 150 HP. The most economical version is burning 3.6 liters of fuel every 100 km and it’s emitting just 95 g/km of CO2.
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