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Volkswagen Golf Variant 2014 Review

Volkswagen is expanding the Gold range even further, when it debuted the new Golf Variant at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. The new Golf Variant (station wagon), which enjoys a great success on the European market, significantly lighter than its predecessor, to the tune of up to 232 pounds.

Volkswagen is offering the Golf Variant as a stand-alone and extremely fuel-efficient TDI BlueMotion model in Europe. The 110-horsepower Variant is the most fuel-efficient Volkswagen wagon ever, with an EC combined fuel economy figure of 71.3 mpg (equivalent to 87 g/km CO2) when equipped with the six-speed manual transmission.

The Variant uses two newly developed engine families the EA211 1.2L TSI Bluemotion four-banger gasoline engines producing 85, 105, 90, 122 and 140 hp and the EA288 turbodiesels make 105, 110, and 150 horsepower. All Variants are fitted with a Stop/Start system that reduces fuel consumption by up to four per cent and a battery regeneration mode that cuts CO2 emissions by around three percent.

Volkswagen Golf Variant 2014

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