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The impeccably presented contemporary Golf’s style is dynamic and powerful, with a precise design and modern proportions. The emphasis is on horizontal lines – something typical of Volkswagen – and the longer front end, due to the front wheels being positioned further forward, gives the small car a perception of grandeur.
The Golf’s shiny chrome edges add an undeniable touch of class to the new model. The black radiator grille has a chrome insert and the air intake grille flashes cheekily with a chrome frame at the base of the 110TSI Highline and 110TDI Highline.
The Golf’s halogen headlights, with integrated daytime driving lights, create bold and bright illumination. The daytime driving lights add to the portfolio of safety features, leaving you confident that if your car’s sleek design doesn’t catch other drivers’ attention, your lights will.
The Golf is decidedly sleek and sporty, thanks to the longer wheelbase, shorter front overhang and raked windscreen. The long roof, steep rear-end and wide C-pillar are the signature Golf features, and combine with the new sporty lines to give a distinct impression of fun, agility and nimbleness.
The Golf comes with a range of high quality, aesthetically pleasing wheels, which are as much a feature as a necessity. The 92TSI has 15” steel wheels with full wheel trim; the 92TSI Trendline has 15" Lyon Alloy wheels; the 92TSI Comfortline cruises on Toronto 16” alloy wheels; while the 110TSI and 110TDI Highlines look sharp in a set of Dijon 17” alloy wheels.
The rear of a car plays an important aerodynamic and aesthetic role and the new Golf looks good on both counts. The tailgate has an integrated rear spoiler with a black rear diffuser under the bumper and visible tailpipes. There’s a new tail light cluster with “L” design and the 110TSI Highline and 110TDI Highline boast dark red tail light clusters, with a third brake light in LED.