2019 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen | Milwaukee

2019 Golf SportWagen parked on curb with family walking towards it

Despite the dominance of the crossover in the US automotive market, Volkswagen is one of the few manufacturers that still makes wagons. The Golf, one of the most popular cars on the planet, has two wagon variants: the Alltrack and the SportWagen. Let’s take a look at the latter. See why this awesome wagon is more than worth your time and money.




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Generous Cargo Capacity

The wagon has always been known for its focus on cargo space. The Golf SportWagen is no exception. It boasts a spacious 30.4 cubic feet behind the rear seats and an enormous 66.5 cubic feet with the rear seats down. For comparison, the 2019 Honda CR-V and 2019 Toyota RAV4—two of the most popular Volkswagen-competitor crossover SUVs—have 69.8 cubic feet of cargo capacity with their rear seats folded down. The rear seats in the SportWagen fold down almost completely flat. The cargo area itself and its opening from the rear hatch are wide, flat, and accommodating. No matter how unwieldy your cargo is, you can fit it easily in the SportWagen.

Refined Interior

Like many vehicles in the Volkswagen lineup, the SportWagen has an understated and classy interior. It purposefully avoids ostentation with a simple and intuitive, yet attractive, button layout. The upholstery is similarly upscale while retaining its pragmatism. The roofline is high and straight, meaning all passengers have ample headroom. There are multiple tall windows that, coupled with large mirrors and slim pillars, give you crystal-clear visibility. The wide range of the tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel pairs well with the myriad seat adjustment options. All these factors contribute to a comfortable experience for driver and passengers alike.

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