|47 monthly payments of||£255.00|
|Retail cash price||£27,130.00|
|Optional final payment||£9,297.00|
|Option to purchase fee³||£10.00|
|Total amount payable||£29,296.90|
|Total amount of credit||£19,125.10|
|Representative APR %||3.9% APR|
|Rate of interest p.a.||3.8% fixed|
|Excess mileage charge||4.8p per mile|
|Retail Cash Price||£35,305.00|
|47 Monthly Payments of||£436.83|
|Optional Final Payment||£13,034.70|
|Option to Purchase Fee***||£10.00|
|Total Amount Payable||£38,606.23|
|Total Amount of Credit||£30,274.48|
|Rate of Interest||3.83% (fixed)|
|47 monthly payments of||£225.00|
|Retail cash price||£23,550|
|Acceptance fee ²||£0.00|
|Optional final payment||£7,869.60|
|Option to purchase fee ³||£10.00|
|Total amount payable||£25,416.52|
|Total amount of credit||£16,588.08|
|Representative APR||3.9% APR|
|Rate of interest p.a.||3.8% fixed|
|Excess mileage charge||4.8p per mile|
|47 monthly payments of||£245.00|
|Deposit contribution ¹||£750.00|
|Retail cash price||£30,340.00|
|Acceptance fee ²||£0.00|
|Optional final payment||£9,861.30|
|Option to purchase fee ³||£0.00|
|Total amount payable||£30,340.00|
|Total amount of credit||£21,376.51|
|Representative APR %||0% APR|
|Rate of interest p.a.||0.00% fixed|
|Excess mileage charge||6p per mile|
We make the future real
A Golf at first glance, and boasting a striking, confident appearance like every generation of the Golf – from the newly designed headlights and bumpers and a dynamic radiator.
Space meets comfort, meets quality, meets new technologies. All of this awaits you inside the new Golf – with a single goal: to make every journey as relaxed as possible.
Blind Spot Sensor
As you drive, the optional Blind Spot Sensor with Rear Traffic Alert warns you, within the limits of the system, about vehicles in your blind spot. It monitors the areas to the side and rear of your car as you reverse out of a parking space.
The light design in the new Golf has nothing to hide, and you can choose from several attractive versions. Whichever one you choose: the lights will certainly help you see clearly.
Which wheel and tyre combination is right for your Golf is a matter of opinion. Alloy wheels certainly underline the sporty nature of the Golf.
Front Assist and ACC
With optional Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), you can be more relaxed on the road. The Front Assist area monitoring system, which includes City Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Monitoring, comes with models from the SE series upwards.
The Infotainment systems in the new Golf meet the highest demands, with its standard touchscreen and gesture control (part of the optional Discover Navigation Pro) and much more.
Music in your car that sounds better than at home? The optional DYNAUDIO Excite sound system is specially designed for the acoustics of your car’s interior, delivering sound to surpass the expectations of even the most discerning audiophile
The TSI petrol and TDI diesel engines are designed for high levels of power, with low fuel consumption, and are bound to excite you.
Active Cylinder Technology
At times when you need less power, you will hardly notice that the engine is only running on two cylinders, thanks to Active Cylinder Technology.
The two optional navigation systems offer a wealth of innovative functions and leave virtually nothing to be desired. They will make sure you stay on course and enjoy the best of entertainment.
Speak your mind – but please keep both hands on the wheel as you do so. The new Golf offers you the choice of two convenient, optional mobile phone interfaces.
Do you want to enjoy good grip, even while driving on wet and rough ground? Thanks to optional 4MOTION four-wheel drive, you can do so almost anywhere.
Driving profile selection
Do you prefer to drive economically or in a sportier style? You can adjust the way your car drives to match your personal driving style.
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The Mk7.5 Golf has received a host of upgrades, including newly designed front and rear bumpers, LED headlights to replace the previous Xenon units and full LED tail lights as standard across the range. New colours, wheels and trims are available on the 2017 model, which retains its existing specification levels.
Notably, the Golf has become the first compact car to feature gesture control, a technology previously only seen in larger, more premium models. This clever capability comes as part of Volkswagen’s range-topping “Discover Pro” infotainment system, which is new to Golf. Meanwhile, the other infotainment systems available on the model have received updates including new designs and larger touchscreens.
Volkswagen’s new turbocharged petrol engine, the 1.5 TSI Evo, has debuted in the Golf. The 148bhp four-cylinder turbo features Active Cylinder Management (ACT) and can be coupled with VW’s newly developed seven-speed DSG automatic transmission (which will eventually replace all six-speed DSGs in the Golf range).
We drove the Golf SE Nav with the 1.5-litre TSI Evo powertrain. A superb engine in its own right, it is improved when combined with the new seven-speed DSG transmission. Despite an almost £1,500 premium over the manual transmission, this smooth-switching gearbox is well worth the money and expands the driver’s options when it comes to adding equipment – Traffic Jam Assist is only available with this transmission.
Power is plentiful at low revs, and wanes only slightly in the engine’s upper limits. While it takes 8.1 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 60mph, it takes nine seconds to accelerate from 50mph to 75mph, using fourth and fifth gears.
The Golf’s various driving modes make subtle adjustments to the engine. In ‘Normal’ mode, it soaks up bumps with ease, boasting remarkable body control, while having enough grunt to accelerate reasonably rapidly. Switch into Sport mode and the model takes on an entirely different feel, especially when combined with the optional Dynamic Chassis Control, which adjusts the suspension damping. Steering becomes sharper, as does acceleration, while wheel-mounted gear paddles allow the driver to exploit the TSI’s full power.
A car doesn’t become an icon without a stand out design, and Volkswagen has done well to preserve the essence of the original Golf, which was introduced to replace the similarly recognisable Beetle in 1974.
Since that first-generation Golf rolled off the production line, more than 33 million have been built – two million of which were destined for UK buyers.
According to VW, this equates to one Golf built every 40 seconds for the past 43 years, so it is little surprise that the model holds the title of Europe’s most successful car.
In its latest guise, the Golf is the most advanced and technological yet. A refined exterior includes new front and rear bumpers, halogen headlights with LED daytime running lights and full LED headlights to replace the previous Xenon set – the latter comes as standard on higher spec models.
Meanwhile, the rear receives full LED tail lights as standard and, if you’re willing to splash out, animated ‘travelling’ indicators, as seen on Audi models.
Opt for a Golf with Adaptive Cruise Control or Front Assist including City Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Monitoring and the radar sensor will be conveniently hidden behind the VW badge, instead of visible in the lower cooling air intake in the bumper.
Finally, new colours, wheels and interior trims are offered across the range.
Dimensions haven’t changed from the Golf’s previous guise, so it is as accessible as ever, especially in five-door format.
Safety has been bolstered in the 2017 model, with the addition of new camera- and radar-based aids. Traffic Jam Assist, which autonomously pilots the car at speeds of up to 37mph, is available on DSG models, while Emergency Assist registers if the driver becomes inactive and uses various measures to rouse them, eventually activating an emergency stop if these measures prove fruitless. Front Assist warns the driver and automatically brakes if it detects an imminent collision, while Trailer Assist removes the complexities of reversing a car with a trailer attached.
Unfortunately, these impressive features are not standard across the range.
While the exterior has only received a minor refresh, the cutting-edge interior is where the magic has happened. Infotainment systems throughout the model range have been updated, with new designs, larger screens and higher resolutions.
The stand-out system is the top-spec Discover Pro model. In what is a first for the compact segment, it features gesture control, which allows the driver to adjust a range of settings with a wave of their hand. It takes a while to master the intricacies of the required gestures, but once you have, changing the song, sound or screen can be done without touching the screen.
Volkswagen has expanded the range of online services and App Connect apps available on its infotainment systems. One of these additions is the novel DoorBird feature, which uses MirrorLink to automatically set up a video link between the driver’s car and home whenever the doorbell is rung. VW has designed this to allow the driver to remotely open the door for a parcel to be delivered, but it will be interesting to see how much real-life use the system receives
A 12.3-inch Active Info Display – similar to Audi’s Virtual Cockpit – sits behind the steering wheel, digitally displaying all of the analogue instruments. Other information, such as SatNav routes, can also be shown on here in an easy to read format.
The Golf was designed as a family hatchback, but with the variety of trims and guises it comes in now it appeals to a much wider audience.
This latest model is more stylish, economical and appealing than ever before, and thanks to its advanced software it is as likely to appeal to technophiles as much as it would a daily driver.
Model: Volkswagen Golf
Engine: 1.5-litre TSI Evo
Transmission: Seven-speed dual clutch gearbox
Performance: 0-60mph in 8.1 seconds, 134mph top speed
†At the end of the agreement there are three options: i) pay the optional final payment and own the vehicle; ii) return the vehicle: subject to excess mileage and fair wear and tear, charges may apply; or iii) replace: part exchange the vehicle
1£1,500 towards your deposit when purchased on Solutions PCP.
2 Acceptance fee is not required.
3 Payable at the end of your agreement.
With Solutions Personal Contract Plan. 18s+. Subject to availability and status. T&Cs apply. Excludes Golf GTE. Golf SE and SE Nav available from stock only. Offer available when ordered by 30/09/19 from participating Retailers. Indemnities may be required. Offers are not available in conjunction with any other offer and may be varied or withdrawn at any time. Accurate at time of publication 01/07/19. Freepost Volkswagen Financial Services.Text here ...