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on May 4 2013 | in Car reviews | by | with Comments Off


Car specifications

Prices: Five models between $32,250-$43,750

Engines: 1.4-litre 90kW turbocharged petrol; 1.4-litre 103kW turbocharged petrol; 1.6-litre 77kW turbocharged diesel; 2-litre 110kW turbocharged diesel, all with stop/start.

Transmissions: Six-speed manual; seven-speed automatic

Fuel economy: 4.7 litres/100km – 7.8 litres 100km

Emissions: Euro V

Equipment: All the latest gear

Safety: Five-star crash rating

Factory warranty:



If Volkswagen continues to make cars like the latest Golf it will almost certainly achieve its 2018 goal of becoming the number one carmaker in the world. The seventh-generation Golf is a world-beater. There is nothing on the hatchback market that offers as much broad-based appeal, certainly not for the money.

There is nothing singularly outstanding about the car – and that’s the best thing about it. It’s rolling package of quality, refinement, and functional simplicity. Some hatchbacks offer more performance; others perhaps a better ride/handling mix, or a more appealing cabin.

But none match the all-round appeal of the Golf7. Value for money it’s the best hatchback on the planet. The fuel-saving stop-start engines – where the engine cuts out if you’re sitting at a standstill – is one of the smoother examples of the technology.

Good features
Thrifty engines, refinement, ease of use, breadth of ability.

Not so good
Styling is a bit ho-hum.

Rating 9/10


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