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Volkswagen has recently announced that 100,000 units of the new Golf 7 have been ordered in the last two months.

After working on the development of the new Volkswagen Golf 7 generation for a few years and then officially unveiling it back in 2012, the model is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the car manufacturer announcing that 100,000 orders have been placed for the popular hatchback between mid-November and January, on the Old Continent. This is not plain luck because the Golf is the best-selling European car in these last 9 years. Ever since 1974, when it was officially unveiled, the Golf has been sold in a whopping 29.4 million cars.

As a quick reminder, the Volkswagen Golf 7 is being offered in three trim levels, the Trendline, which will come as the entry-level, the mid-range Comfortline and the top version, the Highline. All trims get the battery regeneration and the stop/start system in standard. The new Golf is 4,255 mm long (+56 mm0, 2,637 mm wide (+59 mm), 1,452 mm tall (-28 mm) and the interior space for the front passengers has increased by 14 mm, while the rear legroom is plus 15 mm. The VW Golf 7 starts at approximately 17,000 EUR in Europe.