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Dieselgate scandal hits the VW Golf. Like the VW Polo which won’t be offered as a 3-door hatchback from its next generation, the VW Golf.
New VW Golf expected to go on sale in early 2017. Volkswagen has confirmed that the VW Golf Mk6 will get a “major update” next.
All models expected to be shown within the next 6-12 months. Just days after their exterior was rendered, the interior of the new VW Golf.
The VW Golf facelift is expected to launch in late-2016. Volkswagen is working on the mid-cycle update of the seventh generation VW Golf, and as per.
New engine said to debut in the facelifted VW Golf Mk7. As reported earlier this year, Volkswagen has announced a new 1.5-litre engine. It’s a.
At the 2016 Geneva Motor Show in March, Fiat introduced the Fiat Tipo 5-door (hatchback), successor to the Fiat Bravo. Here’s how it compares with.
Reportedly coming to the Geneva Motor Show next month. The VW Golf will receive its mid-life facelift reportedly at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show which.
The refresh gets a new digital instrument cluster and LED headlamps. Volkswagen will be coming out with a Golf facelift in 2016 to keep it.
Will come in GTI, GTD and R variants. The VW Golf is currently in its seventh generation and set to receive a facelift later this.
Will replace the 1.4-litre TSI petrol and 1.6-litre TDI diesel engines. VW is working on new small engines for its future small cars, says a report.
Will rival with the Ford Focus ST. The VW Golf is currently in its seventh generation and with earlier reports stating that a facelift was.
Brings new variants, features and price revisions. Volkswagen has announced the 2016 VW Polo, 2016 VW Golf and 2016 VW Passat for UK. The updated.
No plans for launch in India. Powerdrift has managed to snap these spyshots of the VW Golf MkVII in India. The model seen here is a left-hand.
Reported to debut at the end of 2016. VW will launch a replacement for the current MkVII VW Golf, which is expected to arrive in.
The Golf R Touch Concept was an example of the interior on future VW cars. At the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, Volkswagen’s head of development Heinz-Jakob.