What’s New in the 2018 Volkswagen Golf?
You’ve been patiently waiting, and here it is: the 2018 Volkswagen Golf. While we’ve already sat through the release of its performance-minded sibling in the 2018 Golf GTI, its time for the original to be unveiled. Volkswagen has reinvented the hatchback in the Golf, making it more fun for drivers without the unappealing look given to some. What’s new in the 2018 Volkswagen Golf? Take a look!
Changes for the 2018 Golf
If you were fond of the previous look the Golf had, don’t be too upset because Volkswagen kept many of the features you came to love while making some tweaks to make it more aesthetically pleasing. Some of the new enhancements include upgraded design patterns for the LED headlights and taillights and more chrome highlights for the front and rear bumpers. Additionally, features that were optional or unavailable before now come standard, including Automatic Headlights, Rain-Sensing Wipers, and in the SE trim, a glass-covered Composition Media Touchscreen.
Read More: Performance Features in the 2018 VW Golf GTI
Other Features in the 2018 Golf
There’s so much to see in the new Golf that it’s hard to fit it all on this page. Let’s start with the interior, which comes with an 8-inch touchscreen display, keyless access with push-button start, Bluetooth® technology, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, and much more. You’ll also enjoy the comfort and convenience that come with features such as a panoramic sunroof, 60/40 split-folding rear seats, and 52.7 cubic feet of cargo space. What’s under the hood of the Golf? Not much has changed there, which is good because it’s hard to beat the efficient 1.8L turbocharged engine with 170 horsepower and 199 lb-ft of torque while still getting 25 city/36 hwy mpg.
Now is the time to come see these changes for yourself! Check out the 2018 Golf here at Hall Cars in Brookfield or schedule a test drive right here on our website, and be prepared to enjoy those long road trips a little more.