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VW Golf 1.6TDi SE NAV 5 Door

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VW Golf NEW MODEL e-Golf All Electric
VW Golf NEW MODEL GT 1.6TDi 3 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL GT 1.6TDi 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL GT 1.6TDi DSG 7 Speed Auto 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL GT 2.0TDi 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL GT 2.0TDi DSG 7 Speed Auto 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL GTD 2.0TDi 3 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL GTD 2.0TDi 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL GTD 2.0TDi DSG 7 Speed Auto 3 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL GTD 2.0TDi DSG 7 Speed Auto 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL GTD BLUELINE 2.0TDi 3 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL GTD BLUELINE 2.0TDi 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL GTD BLUELINE DSG 7 Speed Auto 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL GTE ADVANCE Electric/Hybrid
VW Golf NEW MODEL GTE Elecric/Hybrid
VW Golf NEW MODEL GTi 2.0TSi 3 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL GTi 2.0TSi 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL GTi 2.0TSi DSG 6 Speed Auto 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL R 4MOTION 3 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL R 4MOTION 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL R 4MOTION DSG 7 Speed Auto 3 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL R 4MOTION DSG 7 Speed Auto 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL R-LINE 2.0TDi 3 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL R-LINE 2.0TDi 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL R-LINE 2.0TDi DSG 7 Speed Auto 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL S 1.0TSi 3 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL S 1.0TSi 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL S 1.4TSi 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL S 1.4TSi DSG 7 Speed Auto 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL S 1.6TDi 3 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL S 1.6TDi 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL SE 1.0TSi 3 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL SE 1.0TSi 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL SE 1.4TSi 3 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL SE 1.4TSi 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL SE 1.6TDi 3 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL SE 1.6TDi DSG 7 Speed Auto 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL SE 2.0TDi 3 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL SE 2.0TDi 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL SE 2.0TDi DSG 7 Speed Auto 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL SE NAVIGATION 1.0TSi 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL SE NAVIGATION 1.4TSi 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL SE NAVIGATION 1.4TSi DSG 7 Speed Auto 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL SE NAVIGATION 1.6TDi 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL SE NAVIGATION 1.6TDi DSG 7 Speed Auto 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL SE NAVIGATION 2.0TDi 5 Door
VW Golf NEW MODEL SE NAVIGATION 2.0TDi DSG 7 Speed Auto 5 Door

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Volkswagen is digitalising the most successful model in the Group's history - the Volkswagen Golf - with a major update. The main focus of the 2017 model year is - alongside new engines, keener design and new assistance systems - a completely new generation of infotainment systems. As a world first in the compact class, the top-of-the-range "Discover Pro" system can be operated by gesture control. With its 9.2-inch screen it forms a conceptual and visual entity with the Active Info Display, which is also new to the Golf. In parallel to this, the range of online services and apps has also been enlarged. The update to the Golf, of which over 33 million have been sold to date, also reflects a new standard for assistance systems in the compact class: technologies such as City Emergency Braking with new Pedestrian Monitoring function, the new Traffic Jam Assist (partially automated driving at speeds of up to 60 km/h) and Emergency Assist, which is also new in this segment, significantly improve safety.

New TSI engines and a new 7-speed DSG

The progressive digitalisation is accompanied by the enhanced EA211 TSI engine family. The new Golf initially sees the debut of the new turbocharged petrol engine, the "1.5 TSI Evo" - a 110 kW/150 PS four-cylinder turbo with Active Cylinder Management (ACT). This will be followed by a BlueMotion version producing 96 kW/130 PS. Volkswagen has also boosted the performance of the Golf GTI, the new version of which will produce 169 kW/230 PS and 180 kW/245 PS (GTI Performance) and a new 7-speed DSG (dual clutch gearbox) will gradually replace the 6-speed DSG as a high-efficiency gearbox for the Golf.

Powerful, more refined design and new LED lights

Volkswagen presents the update to the two- and four-door Golf, the Golf Variant and the sporty Golf GTI and Golf GTE at Volkswagen's headquarters in Wolfsburg. The more refined design of all new versions of the Golf makes a more powerful impression than ever before. The modifications include new bumpers at the front and rear, new halogen headlights with LED daytime running lights, new full LED headlights instead of xenon headlights, new front wings, new full LED tail lights - which come as standard for every version of the Golf - as well as new wheels and colours, and the interior of the 2017 model year Golf is finished off with refined new decorative trims and fabrics. The range of equipment versions of the Golf remains unchanged.

Confident Golf front section

New details give the Golf's iconic design yet more unmistakable clarity, in particular the combination of the radiator grille and the headlights, which round off the original stylishly. The lower chrome strip on the radiator grille extends to the left and right as a chrome element (painted red on the GTI and blue on the GTE) and LED daytime running lights out to the headlights (the LED headlights, which either comes as standard or as an optional extra, depending on the equipment version, replace the xenon headlights in the new Golf). The cooling openings in the lower part of the bumper, which have also been redesigned, accentuate the width of the Volkswagen even more than before. The interplay of the new details make the Golf even more striking. Another optical highlight for the versions with Adaptive Cruise Control ACC and/or Front Assist including the City Emergency Braking function with new Pedestrian Monitoring is that the radar sensor for these systems on the TDI, TSI, LNG, GTD and GTI versions will no longer be located (visibly) in the lower cooling air intake in the bumper, but will instead now be hidden behind the VW logo in the upper radiator grille.

Full LED tail lights as standard

The back of the car has also been made more charismatic: from now on, all versions of the Golf and Golf Variant will come with full LED tail lights. In contrast to many standard LED tail lights, none of the functions of the Golf's new tail lights will use conventional light bulbs. Also, the top-of-the-range version of the full LED tail lights (available for the 2 and 4-door Golf) will have animated flowing indicators. This version can be recognised by a translucent white LED stripe that turns orange when indicating. Last, but not least, the top-of-the-range version is set apart by a visually striking switch-over between the LED tail light and the LED brake lights when the brakes are applied.

Refined interior

For the interior of the Golf, Volkswagen's‎ design division "Colour & Trim" has come up with new decorative trim panels in the doors, the dash panel and the centre console, as well as new seat covers.

The range of equipment offered with the "Discover Pro" system also includes an amp with an output of 4 x 20 watts, a DVD drive, two USB ports (Apple compatible), two SD card slots, AUX-IN socket, a 10 GB SSD drive, the full range of music playback capabilities, a movie player, jukebox, podcast player, proximity sensor and voice control as well as navigation. Optional are a "Rear View" (reversing camera), DAB+, up to two extra USB sockets as well as two mobile phone interfaces. In the updated Golf the driver or front seat passenger can simply put their smartphone in a redesigned optional storage compartment with an interface for mobile telephones ("Comfort" mobile phone pre-installation). The highlight here is that the phone can be charged and coupled to the vehicle's external antenna inductively - that is, without cables, (in accordance with the Qi standard). Other optional extras include the Car-Net options "App Connect", "Security & Service" (new in the Golf) and "Guide & Inform", while "Media Control" is available as an optional extra for the infotainment functions.

Media Control

With the "Media Control" app, Volkswagen offers an infotainment interface for tablets (and smartphones). The app can be used to control many of the functions of the infotainment system conveniently from a tablet or phone. Passengers simply connect their tablet to the "Discover Media" or "Discover Pro" infotainment system using the WiFi hotspot. The systems that can be controlled include the radio, all audio and video sources (e.g. USB, CD, DVD, hard drive) as well as the navigation system. The information shown on the menu includes artist, album name and cover. Standard features in the navigation menu are supplemented by an address-search function that uses the Internet and which can also be used to enter selected search results as destinations. Over and above this, rear seat passengers can also send calendar events and address book entries on the tablet or smartphone to the infotainment system as destinations for the navigation system now, turning "Media Control" into a mobile extension of the infotainment system and an affordable modern-day rear seat entertainment system.

Volkswagen Car-Net - apps and online services for the Golf

The latest generation of the modular infotainment matrix allows the Golf to connect to current Apple and Android smartphones via App Connect, because, along with MirrorLink™ (Android), App Connect can now also integrate CarPlay™ (Apple) and Android Auto™ (Google) into vehicle infotainment systems.

Personalisation - individual settings are saved

The key serves as your ID. The number of convenience and assistance systems increases with each new generation of vehicles. As outlined above, this is also true of the new Golf. Many of these systems are individually adjusted, often by different drivers of the car. This means that drivers constantly have to restore their personal settings. Volkswagen has designed a new generation of personalisation that simplifies this process significantly. This involves combining the individual settings for a driver into a user account, which is saved by the vehicle. Drivers can open the user management menu to activate their individual user account, and thus implement their individual settings. Drivers simply identify themselves using their car key, which takes place when the Golf is unlocked. This activates initial settings such as adjusting the seat position on the driver's side, which can now be saved using the memory function. An overview of personalisation options in the Golf, depending on the specific equipment version:

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