For its European market, Volkswagen has revealed the price list for the 2010 Volkswagen Golf VI Estate. The car is offered with a choice of petrol and diesel engines with power outputs that range from 80 hp to 160 hp. Powering the diesel version is a 2.0 TDI that requires 5.0 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers and emits 132 g/km CO2.
Features for the 2010 Volkswagen Golf Estate VI include ESP, six airbags, daytime running lights, roof railing, electric windows all around, upshift indicator, electrically adjustable and heated outside mirrors. The price for the EU market starts at 18,500 Euros.
Press release: "In the sixth generation of the world bestseller, this is the fourth body version to be launched after the three- and five-door Golf and the latest Golf Plus. The Estate is one of the most successful models on the market, particularly in the company car market. The extensive redesign of this Estate should ensure that the all-around talent further extends its position as a business estate car and as a first car for families as well.
The base price of the new Golf Estate in Germany is €18,500, which includes ESP, six airbags, daytime running lights, roof railing, electric windows all around, upshift indicator, electrically adjustable and heated outside mirrors, 1/3 to 2/3 split folding rear bench seat and backrest, central locking with RF remote, climate control, 16-inch wheels and up to 1,550 liters of cargo capacity.
The front end of the Golf Estate was completely redesigned. Its visual appearance follows today's Volkswagen "Design DNA" From now on, its appearance will be defined by clear horizontal lines and bold headlight styling. Key engines of the Golf three- and five-door models were also transferred to the Estate. In the interior, high-end instruments of the current Golf set the tone.
Features and engines At its market launch, the successful Estate (more than 95,000 new vehicle registrations in 2008) will be offered in the three equipment versions Trendline, Comfortline and High line. The latter replaces the previous Sportline version as the top equipment line. Engines that can be ordered at the start of sales are four petrol engines with a power range from 59 kW / 80 PS and 118 kW / 160 PS and two diesels.
The very quiet common rail turbo-diesels (TDI) output 77 kW / 105 PS and 103 kW / 140 PS. The 105-PS TDI may be ordered as a BlueMotionTechnology version. In this case, the already low combined fuel consumption of 4.5 litres fuel per 100 kilometres (equivalent to 119 g/km CO2) is reduced to 4.2 litres (109 g/km CO2).