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White Silver
Autobahn 4dr Hatchback 6M
#28192, 4 Cylinder, 2.0, Turbocharged, 6-Speed Manual
MSRP:
$36,565
Savings:
-$2,900
Speedcraft Price:
$33,665
Additional Offers
College Graduation Discount [Cash]
-$500
Military & First Responders [Cash]
-$500
 
One drive in a 2018 Volkswagen Golf GTI and you'll understand why this model has become something of an icon since its American debut in 1983. Like the standard Golf on which it is based, the Golf GTI offers plenty of practicality and interior materials that feel as if they were pulled from a more expensive German car.But where the Golf emphasizes fuel economy and a competitive price, the GTI ratchets up the excitement with a punchy engine, a quick-shifting automatic transmission and stylish upholstery. As befits a performance car, the GTI sits a little lower and rides a little stiffer than the regular Golf, which degrades ride quality somewhat. The payoff, however, is heroic stability and grip in turns.The GTI isn't the only choice among the so-called hot hatches; Ford, Mini and Subaru also make convincing alternatives. The GTI isn't even VW's top-performing hatch. For that, there's the much more hardcore (and expensive) Golf R. But for drivers who prize fun and practicality, the GTI checks all the right boxes. - Dan Frio - Edmunds.com
White Silver
Autobahn 4dr Hatchback 6A
#28096, 4 Cylinder, 2.0, Turbocharged, Automatic
MSRP:
$37,765
Savings:
-$2,900
Speedcraft Price:
$34,865
Additional Offers
College Graduation Discount [Cash]
-$500
Military & First Responders [Cash]
-$500
 
One drive in a 2018 Volkswagen Golf GTI and you'll understand why this model has become something of an icon since its American debut in 1983. Like the standard Golf on which it is based, the Golf GTI offers plenty of practicality and interior materials that feel as if they were pulled from a more expensive German car.But where the Golf emphasizes fuel economy and a competitive price, the GTI ratchets up the excitement with a punchy engine, a quick-shifting automatic transmission and stylish upholstery. As befits a performance car, the GTI sits a little lower and rides a little stiffer than the regular Golf, which degrades ride quality somewhat. The payoff, however, is heroic stability and grip in turns.The GTI isn't the only choice among the so-called hot hatches; Ford, Mini and Subaru also make convincing alternatives. The GTI isn't even VW's top-performing hatch. For that, there's the much more hardcore (and expensive) Golf R. But for drivers who prize fun and practicality, the GTI checks all the right boxes. - Dan Frio - Edmunds.com
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