New 2009 Volkswagen Golf Plus Mark VI revealed at Bologna Motor Show

3 12 2008

Volkswagen revealed the all new sixth-generation Golf Plus, which will divide the same face as the Golf Mark VI, at the 2008 Bolonga Motor Show.

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The engine line-up will be like to the Mark VI Golf and will enter two petrol and two TDI diesel engines. The ignoble component will be a 1.4L petrol four cylinder with 75hp (55kW) and the span topper will be a 2.0L TFSI with 150hp (110kW). Transmissions will compose a six-pace manual as average and a new seven-rate DSG as an option. Expect to see the car in dealerships early next year.

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First Official Images of new 2009 Volkswagen Golf MkVI GTI

25 09 2008

Today Volkswagen released the first images of the all-new Golf GTI MkVI, which will be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show next week. The model isn’t due to be free to be released until Spring 2009, so we suppose the show car to conduct an archetype ticket, but little will change once the perfect hits the production line.

Technically the new GTI hasn’t changed much, perhaps to cease the model from stepping on the toes of the new Scirocco, the engine gets a command boost of 10bhp charming total crop to 207bhp while emissions are down by 11g/km. The improved facts were achieved with a new induction organism and for the first time on a GTI, Volkswagen have introduced its new electronic imperfect-sneak differential which they call XDS.

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New 2009 Volkswagen Golf VI Leaked Photo

4 08 2008

Photos of the new Volkswagen Golf VI have leaked out just a few years earlier to its allowed media free. Set to make its municipal unveiling in Paris this October, the hugely important Golf VI represents VW’s best selling classical as well as one of the best selling models in the world.

Despite sure reviews from the pressure for its heavy performance and attractive interior, external plan was to blame for the dawdling selling Golf V in Europe. Additionally, blaming high production expenses as a significance of a lengthy per element manufacturing time, VW brass set out to cut their losses and impulsion development of a new MK VI Golf which is based on the flow MK V platform – just nipped and tucked in all the right places for an earlier turnaround time.

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