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The Golf family already won the Motor Trend Car of The Year and the 2015 North American Car of The Year. The lineup already is huge with the Golf hatchback, the GTI and the Golf R. What more could a Volkswagen owner want?
The Volkswagen Golf SportWagen adds more useful cargo space behind the rear seats with significantly better headroom for up to five people. The numbers add up: 30.4 cubic feet of cargo space with the rear seat up and 66.5 cubic feet total with the rear seats folded down. Plus, the new infotainment systems for the Golf SportWagen feature improved touch screens for audio and navigation options. Combine that with the optional Fender audio system and everyone will be rocking out on the road in style.
“…the new Golf SportWagen brings a host of refinements and upgrades to the formula to broaden its appeal…” – Keith Buglewicz Kelley Blue Book
The Golf SportWagen offers a 1.4-Liter TSI turbocharged engine, good for 147 horsepower. There is a choice of a six-speed manual transmission and an eight-speed automatic gear box. Also available is the addition of the 4MOTION all-wheel-drive system, available on the S model. By choosing the 4MOTION system, you can select either a six-speed manual transmission or a six-speed DSG gear box, both connected to a 168-horsepower, 1.8-liter turbocharged engine.
The Golf SportWagen comes with Car-Net. This is the connected car services suite from Volkswagen that assists when the Golf SportWagen is involved in an accident, is stolen, or for any other emergencies, and services as needed anytime, every day. All Golf SportWagen models get the MIB II family of infotainment systems, now driven by Car-Net. It can easily be connected to your smartphone device through Apple CarPlay or Android Auto for more playback and infotainment options.
The new Golf SportWagen is also safe. An advanced safety cage locks and a crash-optimized front end protects its occupants from any collision the Golf SportWagen might encounter. There are seven active stability-enhancing systems to keep the Golf SportWagen on the road. Every Golf SportWagen gets anti-lock brakes with electronic brake-pressure distribution, adaptive airbags all around and an Intelligent Crash Response System. Additional features include Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Forward Collision Warning and Autonomous Emergency Braking (Front Assist), Lane Departure Warning (Lane Assist), Blind Spot Monitor w/ Rear Traffic Alert, Park Distance Control (Park Pilot), and Parking Steering Assistant (Park Assist).
The Golf SportWagen has a selection of trims: S, SE, and SEL. Each model has a comprehensive standard equipment list with a few available packages. Pricing for the Golf SportWagen starts at $21,895 for a manual transmission S model.
If a wagon is the best way to go, there is no place other than the Twin Cities’ own Volkswagen of Inver Grove. Come grab a Golf SportWagen for a drive. . . or several.
Prices exclude $895 Destination Charge
S – $21,895
SE – $24,395
SEL - $29,995