Archive for the ‘Golf R’ Category
2020 Volkswagen Golf R Release Date Details
If you’ve been waiting for the 2020 Volkswagen Golf R to be revealed, chances are that you’re pretty confused by now. We’re about half of the way through 2020 and there’s no sign of the 2020 Golf R.
So, when is the 2020 Volkswagen Golf R coming out?(more…)
These 2020 Volkswagen Vehicles have Manual Transmissions
For the vast majority of people, automatic transmissions are the way to go. Automatics take care of everything for you, without you having to worry about stalling out or the like. However, there’s just something about a stick shift that can’t be beat. If you’re like us, then you love a good stick-shift.
But which Volkswagen vehicle have manual transmissions available?(more…)
2019 Golf GTI and 2019 Golf R Comparison
The Volkswagen Golf is an icon. It’s one of the most produced vehicles. Ever. The Golf GTI, when it was introduced back in 1975, single-handedly pioneered the concept of a hot hatch. Nowadays, its much more common to see performance-focused hatchbacks, but we’d like to take some time to appreciate the originals.
Today, we’re looking at the newest performance iterations of the iconic Volkswagen Golf, the limited-edition 2019 Volkswagen Golf GTI Rabbit and the 2019 Volkswagen Golf R. This isn’t a comparison to see which is objectively better, but more an evaluation of the strengths of each.
Here are the differences between the 2019 Golf GTI and the 2019 Golf R.(more…)
Why the Volkswagen Golf is So Popular
Alongside the Volkswagen Beetle, the Golf is most of the popular cars ever, as iconic to younger generations as the Beetle was to their parents and grandparents. But why does the Golf retain such a loyal following and enthusiastic fan base?
Today, we’re going to figure out why the Volkswagen Golf is so popular. (more…)
How Much Horsepower & Torque Does the 2019 Volkswagen Golf R Have?
Almost everything about the 2019 Volkswagen Golf R has been designed to deliver exhilarating acceleration and maneuverability as well as improve your daily driving experience. Its standard engine has hearty horsepower and torque and pairs with a manual or an automatic transmission for optimal EPA fuel economy specs. A standard split-folding rear seat gives the 2019 VW Golf R flexible cargo and passenger capability and the cockpit also gets loaded with advanced technology features. Keep reading to learn exactly how much horsepower and torque the 2019 Volkswagen Golf R has. (more…)
Fuel Efficiency of VW Golf Trims
The Golf is one of the most popular models of Volkswagen. The compact car, which has six variations of the base trim, has countless great uses, including its great fuel efficiency. But which Golf trim gets the best gas mileage? Here is the fuel efficiency of VW Golf trims. (more…)
Last fall, Volkswagen announced the Golf GTI Clubsport, an upgraded version of the GTI that wasn’t quite as powerful as a Golf R. It also wasn’t ever planned to be released in the United States, unfortunately. In any case, they’ve now announced an upgraded version of the Golf GTI Clubsport called the Clubsport S that IS more powerful than a Golf R. Sadly, it STILL won’t be coming to the U.S., but we’ll tell you all about it anyway because the VW Golf GTI Clubsport S is a front-wheel-drive monster. (more…)
Car shoppers checking out the 2016 Golf R tend to be real diehard enthusiasts. They have just two trim levels to choose from, and the price gap is actually pretty small. But don’t be fooled. At Hall VW, we believe the difference between these two trims is the biggest one in the whole VW lineup. And we should know — we have both of these cars in our showroom right now. If you’re on the fence about which Golf R to get, we recommend test driving both to feel the difference for yourself. If that’s not an option for you, then just read on to find out about the 2016 VW Golf R: Is DCC worth it? (more…)
After nearly two years as a concept car, Volkswagen has finally said that it will produce a limited run of the Golf R400, the most powerful Golf ever. The final version of the car will make its debut in March at the Geneva International Motor Show. But rumor has it the car will no longer be called the R400. Volkswagen has changed its name to the Golf R420. That can only mean one thing: There are now 20 more horses in the stable! Instead of a supercar-beating 200 hp per liter, it will be making an unheard-of 210 hp per liter. Before we get carried away, let’s see how the current R400 concept compares to the real-world Golf R.
How well does the Volkswagen Golf R do in the snow?
If you’re shopping for a new car and you live in a state that experiences all four seasons, it’s super important to consider snowy driving in your purchase. Much of the northern U.S. receives snowfall for six months of the year. That means you could be spending up to half of your driving time on the white stuff. You’d better take a serious look at a Volkswagen with 4MOTION all-wheel drive, like the Golf R. (more…)