2013 Volkswagen Golf VII | Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine

October 27th, 2012 | Category: Volkswagen | 1681 Views

2013 Volkswagen Golf VII | Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine. – Welcome to Neocarsuv.Com, we will provide the latest information about the Volkswagen Golf VII. 2013 Volkswagen Golf VII is one brand new car from Volkswagen that was released in 2013. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2013 Volkswagen Golf VII.

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Volkswagen has dramatically cut its internal sales target for Western Europe for 2012. The estimate has been chopped by 140,000 vehicles according to Automotive News. In the report, Bernd Osterloh of VW is quoted telling German newspaper Handelsblatt, “The VW Group is tentatively selling more cars this year than last year. But that is correct that it will be somewhat less than what was originally planned.”

The 140,000 unit reduction in the sales estimate is less than the 250,000 figure reported by the German newspaper last month, though Volkswagen denied that report. Sales for the VW Group in Western Europe are down 5.8 percent to 1.25 million units through the first eight months of this year.

Though Volkswagen says it does not expect the European car market to make a comeback in the 12 to 24 months, it has been pleased with sales of the current Golf, as well as orders for the seventh-generation Golf pleased enough that the German automaker says it will boost production of the current model through the end of the year. The seventh generation Golf goes on sale in Europe in November.

Volkswagen’s top selling Golf hatch has at last been completely renewed, debuting this week as the first all new model since the fifth generation car launched in 2003. Revealed online ahead of its Paris Motor Show premiere later this month, the new 2013 Golf continues the evolutionary design themes set out by its predecessor and much of the current Volkswagen line up.

2013 Volkswagen Golf VII Price :
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2013 Volkswagen Golf VII Interior :
The interior of the cabin doesn’t hold any surprises as it has the usual red stitching, a three spoke flattened steering wheel, the gear knob in golf ball design and the black roof lining. There’s also a special instrument cluster with a color display and chronograph style instruments. Other features include aluminum pedals and red ambient lightning.

Interior space has also been improved, with rear leg room increased by 15mm and the front seats have been moved back by 20mm, to aid taller drivers. There is more space in the boot as well, going up from 350 litres to 380 litres. The Golf will now feature an electronic parking brake with an auto hold function.

The big news, however, is the efficiency gains over the previous model. VW claims that the car will be up to 23 per cent more efficient than its predecessor. It will be lighter, stronger, more slippery through the air and more spacious than the outgoing Mk. VI, utilising more efficient engines to ensure excellent fuel economy and emissions figures. The eco friendly Bluemotion model claims 88 mpg and just 85 g/km of CO2, which are astonishing figures and will also mean that it is exempt from road tax.

Interior space is also improved, with the front wheels sitting 43mm further forward than before. The change results in 15mm greater leg room in the rear. Front shoulder room grows by 31mm, and elbow room is up by 22mm. Rear storage capacity grows to 380 litres up 30 litres and with the front passenger seat folded forward, there is 2412mm of storage length.

A multi collision braking system is also featured, automatically applying the brakes in the moments after a collision to minimise the effects of kinetic energy and the chance of a second impact. Other available safety features include Adaptive Cruise Control with Front Assist which can stop the car from 150km/h if necessary along with City Emergency Braking, Fatigue Detection, Lane Assist, and Volkswagen’s Park Assist automatic parking.

Inside, the centre console is now angled more towards the driver, and features a new generation of touchscreen infotainment systems. All Golf models now have a touchscreen system as standard, starting in the UK with a 5.8 inch colour display system, and rising to the range topping sat nav system with eight inch screen. In the compartment under the centre armrest, there is available as an option a universal phone holder with inductive aerial, which increases the signal strength of the phone but also reduces the drain on the phone’s battery.

2013 Volkswagen Golf VII Exterior :
The Mk. VII will feature a raft of new technologies to help make the car even safer (the Mk. VI already has the maximum 5 star Euro NCAP safety rating). Category first systems such as a Multi Collision brake system, which automatically brakes the car after a collision, to reduce the kinetic energy inherent in the accident which reduces the chances of a second impact. Also standard will be the PreCrash system which debuted in the Touareg. This detects the possibility of an incident and pre tensions the seatbelts and closes the sunroof and windows automatically to ensure that the airbags work to their maximum capacity.

Other options will include adaptive cruise control, Front Assist, which can bring the car automatically to a complete stop from speeds of up to 93 mph and City Emergency Braking, which is operational at speeds of up to 19 mph which can help to reduce the chances of an accident during urban driving.

The new Golf might appear familiar on the surface, but it’s a different story under the skin. Volkswagen’s new ‘lighter and stronger’ MQB platform forms the framework for this generation. Volkswagen says it has shaved up to 100kg from the Golf, with 37kg gone from the body, 26kg lost through greater use of aluminium, 40kg from the engines and 6kg from wiring. The dash alone is 20 percent lighter than before.

Depending on trim grade, new features in the 2013 Golf include a five inch display, a new 5.8 inch colour touch screen, and an eight inch display in top trim grades. Satellite navigation is standard in those top shelf models, along with an electronic parking brake and auto hold.

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2013 Volkswagen Golf VII Engine :
Volkswagen will place more powerful engines under the hood of the new Golf, although the exact specs on most of the engines have yet to be divulged. For the GTI, Volkswagen will most likely offer a new 2.0 liter four cylinder that will deliver up to 260 HP. So, if the rumors are true, the new generation Golf GTI will offer an increase of 60 HP over the current generation (50 HP for the European model).

The new Golf features new petrol and diesel engines, all of which incorporate Stop/Start and battery regeneration systems. At launch, the petrol engines are a 1.2 litre TSI 85 PS unit returning 57.6 mpg on the combined cycle and 113 g/km, and a 1.4 litre TSI 140 PS unit with Active Cylinder Technology, which can deactivate two of the cylinders, and achieves up to 58.9 mpg and 112 g/km.

The ACT system is a world first for four cylinder engines, cutting off two cylinders when engine load is low or moderate, reducing fuel consumption by around 0.4 l/100km. The four cylinder diesel options are new, made of a 77kW 1.6 litre engine and a 110kW 2.0 litre unit. Fuel consumption is listed at 3.8 l/100km for the first – a figure achieved only in the BlueMotion version of the outgoing model and 4.1 l/100km for the second. A third diesel option will also be offered, in the form of the BlueMotion variant listing fuel consumption at 3.2 l/100km. Carbon emissions for this model are listed at 85g/km, compared to 99 and 106g/km for the other two.

The Golf VII GTI needs 6.6 seconds to perform the 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) sprint and can hit a top speed of 152 mph (246 km/h). Fitted with the performance package, it does the sprint 0.1 quicker and reaches 155 mph (250 km/h). As far as the design is concerned, this GTI concept gets a honeycomb radiator grille with a red line in typical GTI style, along with twin chrome exhaust pipes and LED taillights. Compared to the standard Golf VII, the hotter version has been lowered by 15mm and comes with red brake calipers and the usual array of GTI wheels: Denver, Detroit and Glendale, offered in 17 or 18 inch sizes. It can also be fitted with the updated Brooklyn alloys.

Power will come mostly from VW’s range of turbocharged, direct injection diesel and gasoline engines, but a plug in hybrid and a fully electric Golf will the join the family too. The gasoline engines will be 1.2 to 2.0 liter four cylinders, and the range will be topped by the GTI and the Golf R. Both will use the new EA888 engine as its predecessor, the EA113, is headed for retirement. In Golf R trim, the EA888 will develop around 300 hp. Still unclear is the future of the expensive 1.4 liter twincharger, a mid range engine in today’s European Golf lineup that combines super and turbocharging for instant low rpm response.
Source: autocarrelease.com.

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