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2018 Volkswagen Golf Review, Specs, Design, Interior and Exterior

2018 Volkswagen Golf

The 2018 Volkswagen Golf may look unassuming, using its jellybean body and small stature, but it’s one of our own very favorite vehicles to operate a vehicle. A frequent receiver of our 10Best Autos award, it expertly mixes practicality, affordability, and real traveling chops for a wonderful package that requires minimal compromises from its owner. A 170-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine unit provides the ideal amount of inspiration because of this little hatch, however the real personalities of the show will be the Golf’s powerful, nimble chassis and its own always exact steering, which will make this car as rewarding to drive hard in sides as it is when slipping improbably large cargo through the vast hatchback. Sure, your government GTI has more electric power and better performance figures, but also for the everyman with regular tasks and a yen for back-road happiness rides, it’s difficult to do much better than a Golf.

2018 Volkswagen Golfing Performance

The 2018 Volkswagen Golf is not in contention for a land-speed record; however, it is consistent with much of your competition. Despite the fact that we wish the six-speed programmed masked the engine’s turbo lag better, we’d happily daring city traffic or a highway on-ramp in a Golfing.

Performance and Driving Impressions

Unlike its sportier fraternal twins, the GTI and Golfing R, the 2018 Volkswagen Golf has a compliant ride that will not expand tiresome during long drives or on tough pavement. This won’t mean that from the slouch around edges. We assessed an above-average 0.84 g of hold on our 300-feet skidpad, a test that allows us to judge a vehicle’s ability to carry the street when cornering.

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2018 Volkswagen Golfing Interior

The 2018 Volkswagen Golf’s interior uses clean, direct lines; a bland color palate;and an focus on openness. Regardless of the airy atmosphere, some competition analyzed here have just a little more space than the Golfing.

We found the 2018 Volkswagen Golf’s rear end chair to be relatively comfortable, and it’s really ideal for people even on longer drives. The comfortable rear seat is due to the higher-than-average bench, which helps prevent the knees-in-nose problem that plagues many small autos.

Base-trim Golfs are fitted with few standard features. The comfortable standard material seats aren’t heated up and must be fine-tuned personally. Even the heated up leatherette chairs in top of the Wolfsburg trim are just partially power flexible, with fore and aft movements managed by the lever and the driver’s muscle electric power.

2018 Volkswagen Golfing Exterior

The 2018 Volkswagen Golf is of average elevation and width, but it’s much shorter than some challengers, so that it is easy to park in virtually any garage.


The latch for the hatchback and the backup camera are cleverly concealed beneath a flip-up VW company logo on the Golf’s in any other case flat rear -panel. It’s an ground breaking design solution, and it gives another thoughtful touch for an already likable vehicle, as the company logo helps to protect the camera lens’s awareness in unpleasant weather.

2018 Volkswagen Golfing Engine

The 2018 Volkswagen Golf TSI has only 1 available engine unit, a turbocharged 1.8-liter four-cylinder which makes 170 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque when matched with the typical five-speed manual transmitting, or 199 lb-ft of torque if outfitted with the optional six-speed intelligent. Much like many turbocharged machines, there’s a lag between when you step on the gas so when the engine unit responds. Once that lag has been beat, the Golfing provides steady electric power.

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