Volkswagen Golf Alltrack gets priced in Australia image

Volkswagen has officially announced the pricing list for the Golf Alltrack on the Australian market.

The Volkswagen Golf Alltrack is now available for order in Australia, as the company has recently announced. The model in question is coming from 37, 990 AUD, plus the on-road costs, and it is bringing an all-wheel drive version as well, a 10,000 AUD premium over the entry-level Golf 1.4 liter 91 TSI Trendline wagon, some plastic body cladding, an SDS electronic differential lock functionality supplementing the off-road capability, the Offroad drive mode calibration which also has the hill descent functionality, a 20 mm increased ground clearance and several other goodies which should make it quite popular.

Some of the standard features found on the new Volkswagen Golf Alltrack include the Discover Media satellite navigation system, the App-Connect USB for the Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink, the 6.5-inch touch screen display for the infotainment system, rearview camera, dual-zone climate control, leather wrapped seats, front and rear parking sensors, static cornering lights and 17-inch wheels, amongst others. The model is also bringing the LED reading lights, the remote rear seat release, rear underfloor storage, rear air vents and so on. Customers will also be able to order two option packages, the Sport Luxury, from 2,500 AUD, adding the 18-inch Canyon wheels, paddle shifters, electric panoramic sunroof and rear privacy glass, along with the Driver Assistance Pack, from 1,300, adding the adaptive cruise control along with a lot of active and passive safety systems named the Proactive Occupant Protection system.