We decided to present you one of the better sold vehicles in Europe and it’s 2014 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack. At this year’s Paris Motor Show, Volkswagen unveiled the fifth new version of the popular golf courses. We will try to go in any particular order and that is what is important in this story, we’ll go from design through to what lies beneath the hood up prices.
2014 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack Design
The best-selling car in Europe for some time made his debut in proterrain Alltrack version, which was announced last year when the Golf wagon introduced. The offer of the German vehicle manufacturer Alltrack has to fill an offer from Standard Variant station wagon and a small crossover Tiguan, with the aim to combine the space vehicle on which it is based, but with some sort of off-road capability. As inspiration for this car has served Passat Alltrack, introduced 2013, from whom he took all Golf designer line.
For starters, there is the attractive external appearance, such as more robust bumpers, protective elements, silver roof rails and side mirrors, as well as larger alloy wheels, while the interior received more standard and optional equipment.
Engine and Performance
On the mechanical side, the biggest change relates to a modified suspension, which Alltrack to 20 mm higher compared to the standard variant, while all models feature standard four-wheel. In terms of engines, the range is only one petrol and 1.8L TSI with 177 horsepower and 279 Nm of torque, enough to accelerate to 100 km/h in 7.8 seconds and a top speed of 216 km/h.
Offer diesel starts with 1.6L TDI engine with 108 hp and 249 Nm of torque, and this is the most economical model in the range with a combined consumption of 4.7 liters per 100 km. There are two 2.0L TDI diesel – the poorer developing 148 horsepower and 340 Nm of torque, while the more powerful 181 hp and 380 Nm of torque. This is the fastest model in the range and only 3 km/h, compared with 1.8L petrol engine while up to 100 km/h in 7.8 seconds, identical. Two of the most powerful engine offered as standard with the DSG dual-clutch gearbox, while the rest deals can get with a manual gearbox.
There are also stories that will offer in the future be extended to the model with front-wheel drive at a lower price, but the German giant has not confirmed this news. Golf Attrack will only be available for European customers, as Volkswagen does not offer a wagon version of the Golf in the rest of the world, and the starting price should be at about 38,300 dollars.