Golf 4MOTION convinces with low consumption of less than five liters Permanent four wheel drive with Haldex coupling of the fifth generation.
Volkswagen is expanding the range of offerings of the new Golf. After the end of 2012, introduced models with front-wheel drive versions of the move in early 2013 now with 4MOTION all-wheel drive to the start.Volkswagen is continuing its long tradition of all wheel drive Golf versions in 1986 debuted the first Golf in which all four wheels are made for driving.
The permanent all wheel drive of the new Golf is one of the most modern and efficient systems of its kind in the world. Volkswagen is in the latest version of the Golf 4MOTION a four wheel drive with an advanced Haldex coupling of the fifth generation, the intelligently controlled 4MOTION system weighs 1.4 pounds less than the previous system, does not require an accumulator and extremely responsive to all conceivable driving influences. Result: enhanced active safety and driving dynamics.
Volkswagen is offering the new Golf 4MOTION in Europe in three equipment versions (Trendline, Comfortline, Highline) and with two equally high-torque, economical turbo diesel engines (TDI). The common-rail four-cylinder 77 kW / 105 PS and 110 kW / 150 hp and consumes only 4.5 respectively 4.7 liters fuel per 100 kilometers.How efficient is the four-wheel drive Golf, a consumption comparison between the retired Golf 4MOTION shows in the 103 kW / 140 hp TDI version and the new 150 hp. The 10 hp stronger Golf 4MOTION of 2013 consumes 0.8 liters (15 percent) less diesel.
The new models are equipped similarly to the standard front wheel drive versions with a start stop system and recuperation. Other standard features are already in the basic version (Trendline) features such as four-wheel EDL (electronic differential locks on both axles), the front and rear axle differential lock XDS, the electronic stabilization program, a multi collision brake, seven airbags, daytime running lights, air conditioning, all-round power windows, a multifunction display (trip computer) and a TFT display with touch screen operation.