2019 Volkswagen Golf Rumors – The 2019 Volkswagen Golf range is established to get simple when the updated hatchback shows up discounted from October this year.
The German manufacturer has dumped the recent entry-degree 110TSI model in favor of a 3-powerful standard model range for the hatchback, with the Trendline generating the foundation of the range, followed by the middle of-spec Comfortline and main Highline. All models will have the 110TSI engine – the diesel drivetrain will be fallen.
All those 3 models will rest under the performance-driven Golf GTI and Golf R models – which may have seen quite a couple of changes of their own.
Let’s start with the typical models, initial. The Trendline model is defined as the “new access point to the Golf model range”, providing “robust consumer worth with a broad range of high-quality safety, infotainment and comfort devices”.
Regular specifications shows incorporate city auto urgent braking and walking detection, 16-inch alloy rims, an 8.0-” press display with sat nav and ‘App Connect’ (Apple CarPlay and Android Auto), a natural leather-twisted steering wheel, reversing camera, front side and rear vehicle parking devices, daytime running lighting, Brought tail-lights, auto headlights and wipers, and “manoeuvre braking” – a process that may stop the car from hitting immobile physical objects when vehicle parking.
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The mid-range Comfortline “has been further enhanced with a lot more comfort and usefulness”, including freshly added keyless entrance with the press-key start, strength folding entrance mirrors, and regular-fit floor mats.
The Highline model “is now much more useful with the addition of a suite of driver assistance features as normal devices”.
The new package consists of adaptive cruise trip control, blind-spot check, rear go across-website traffic inform, lane retaining assistance, ‘Traffic Jam Assist’ (with low speed steering), ‘Emergency Assist’ (which may stop the car in the occasion of the car owner getting low-receptive), semi-autonomous auto parking, auto great-ray front lights, and a car owner profile installation with personalisation adjustments.
The 3 models in the normal Golf range will retain the brand’s 1.4-litre turbocharged four-tube engine with 110kW/250Nm. It may be experienced with a 6-speed handbook in the Trendline only, whilst a six-speed double-clutch system (DSG) auto is non-obligatory in the Trendline and regular in the two greater spec models. Just reproducing – there won’t be a diesel drivetrain option anymore.
The up to date model gets far more grunt, with the 2.0-litre turbo engine now punching out 180kW of potential (up 11kW) and 370Nm (20Nm), and the half a dozen-speed handbook continues to be dumped in favor of a six-speed DSG only.