2020 Volkswagen Golf | Milwaukee

2020 Golf turning at city intersection

Volkswagen is responsible for two of the five most produced vehicles in the world: the Beetle and the Golf (or the Rabbit, as it’s called elsewhere). While Volkswagen ended production on the Beetle in 2019, the Golf is still going strong.

The 2020 Volkswagen Golf is out and we’d love to show you some of the features that make it worth your time.

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Comprehensive Safety Features

Safety first! Luckily, the 2020 Golf has you covered. It has an intelligent crash response system that automatically shuts off the fuel pump, unlocks the doors, and flips on the hazard lights if the airbags are deployed. There’s also a post-collision braking system that will apply brake pressure after a crash, mitigating chances of further damage or collisions. Other assistive features are available, like forward collision warning, blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert.

Stay Connected

The 2020 Golf has many features to keep you connected, such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility and a five-year complimentary Car-Net® 2.0 subscription. Newly revamped and relaunched, Car-Net® 2.0 lets you start your Golf, lock and unlock the doors, check its location, look at real-time diagnostics, and more, all from your smartphone. It also lets you check your driving habits (with the option to send reports to eligible insurance companies for possible discount opportunities) and set speed and location boundaries that, if exceeded, will notify you via your smartphone.

Performance Specs

The 2020 Golf is efficient. With a 1.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that pumps out 147 horses and 184 lb-ft of torque and either a six-speed manual or eight-speed Tiptronic automatic, the Golf gets an EPA-estimated 28-city/36-hwy mpg. If you’re looking for a great balance between utility, efficiency, and performance, the 2020 Golf is perfect for you.

Interested in the 2020 Golf? Take a test drive at Hall Volkswagen near Milwaukee.