2014 Volkswagen Golf Estate Review

Turbocharged engines ranging around 1.2-litres petrol with either 84bhp or 103bhp. Another impressive response that is around 1.4-litres petrol delivers around 121bph or 138bph. It also offers 103bhp 1.6 diesel that is quite flexible for all the potential buyers. 148bph 2.0-litres is a quite a smooth hit.
It offers you good body control combining with a smooth and pliant ride. Well weighted steering. Less sophisticated rear suspension is provided by both the 1.2-litres and 1.6-litres one.
Least wind noise and suspension sound even at the motorways speed. You may experience a few vibrations to come through the steering wheel and the pedal.
Three simple and reasonable premium hatchbacks are offered.  Some of the version are expensive like the 138bph 1.4 petrol with cylindrical shut-off. It’s always regarded as a supersaver deal with the affordable future prospect and a nice resale value.
Golf’s interior is quite unique. Featured with nice switchgear, tactile with a lot of soft touch material. You will surely fall in love with the finishing of the Volkswagen golf estate.
Your safety is the top priority. This model is designed to provide maximum security and safety to the customers. The stability control, side and curtain bag, driver’s knee airbags and twin front are a few basic safety methods. Automatic brake system is truly reliable at times of emergency. Deadlocks, marked mechanical parts and locking wheels nuts are provided to make is challenging for thieves.
Excellent overall vision. An extremely comfortable driving position with a huge range of seats and steering wheel adjustments. A standard touch screen infotainment system with the shortcut buttons and the logical menus apart from this the rotary heating control is the super awesome feature.
Golf back seat accommodates four comfortably but even 5 can be adjusted. Adjustable boot floor, underfoot storage, back hooks spring loaded rear seats that can be flattened by pulling boot lever.
A truly well-equipped car with the DAB radio, A.C, and Bluetooth. It provides mid level SE trim of pick range. It will be better to avoid the S and Bluemotion trims as it provides no good keys equipment for you. You may get the satnav and front rear parking sensors in the GT version but that is a bit expensive.
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