New Golf Estate

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New Golf Estate

New Golf Estate S

Sharper looks, improved 8” infotainment touchscreen, Bluetooth connectivity and a wide choice of both petrol and diesel engines make the S a rational choice as well as a highly enjoyable one. 

Standard items of equipment

  • Composition Media System 8” colour touchscreen
  • Front centre armrest
  • Multifunction computer with Driver Alert system
  • Rear LED lights
  • Bluetooth connectivity for telephone and music
  • DAB radio and a Multi-Device Interface to connect your media
  • LED daytime running lights in front headlights

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From £19,470


New Golf Estate SE

Even more comfort and convenience come as standard, including 16in alloy wheels, front-seat lumbar adjustment, a rear-seat armrest, a ski hatch and a leather-trimmed steering wheel. You’ll also enjoy seamless smartphone connectivity with Apple Car Play, MirrorLink and Android Auto.

Standard items of equipment

  • Composition Media System 8” colour touchscreen
  • Emergency Braking
  • Electrically foldable door mirrors
  • 16" ‘Linas’ alloy wheels
  • Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Front Assist and City
  • Drive Profile select
  • Car-Net ‘App-connect’
  • Parking sensors, front and rear

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From £20.580


New Golf Estate SE Navigation

All the convenience and luxury of the SE specification but with a state-of-the-art satellite navigation system including a three-year subscription to Car-Net ‘Guide and Inform’ for real-time traffic, petrol prices and even parking space locator.

Standard items of equipment

  • Discover Navigation system
  • 16" ‘Linas’ alloy wheels
  • Car-Net ‘App-connect’
  • Emergency Braking
  • Car-Net ‘Guide & Inform’ (3-year subscription)
  • Parking sensors, front and rear
  • Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Front Assist and City
  • Driver Profile select

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From £21,330


New Golf Estate GT

Well-equipped within and sharply styled without, the new Golf Estate GT features ‘Dijon’ 17” alloy wheels, sports seats and Piano Black interior trim, as well as rear tinted glass and auto headlights.

Standard items of equipment

  • 17" 'Dijon' alloy wheels
  • Parking sensors, front and rear
  • Discover Navigation system
  • Rear tinted glass (from B-pillar) automatic headlights with LED daytime running lights
  • Car-Net ‘App-connect’
  • Ambient lighting
  • Car-Net ‘Guide & Inform’ (3-year subscription)
  • Front fog lights incorporating LED technology

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From £24,515


New Golf Estate Alltrack

With the reassuring traction of all-wheel drive and a raised ride height, the Alltrack is designed to take the rough with the smooth. Discover Navigation keeps you on track and the large loadbay plus standard roof rails let you take all the kit you need, whether for work or leisure.

Standard items of equipment

  • Discover Navigation system
  • Car-Net ‘Guide & Inform’ (3-year subscription)
  • 17" Valley alloy wheels
  • Alltrack styling with Anthracite wheel arch protectors
  • Car-Net ‘App-connect’
  • 15mm ground clearance and heavy duty running gear
  • 4MOTION (four wheel drive)
  • Silver roof rails

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From £28,775


New Golf Estate GTD

Like its hatchback sibling, the Estate GTD delivers serious performance with exceptional efficiency. Sports suspension and a 184PS 2.0-litre TDI diesel engine deliver exhilarating performance, with 0-62mph in just 7.8 seconds, yet you’ll also benefit from 60.1mpg on the combined cycle. There’s a choice of 6-speed manual or 7-speed DSG transmission, and a 12.3” digital driver display comes as standard.

Standard items of equipment

  • Discover Navigation system
  • Sports suspension
  • Car-Net ‘App-connect’
  • Leather 3-spoke multifunction steering wheel with GTD logo
  • Car-Net ‘Guide & Inform’ (3-year subscription)
  • LED headlights with dynamic curve lighting and LED daytime lights
  • Active info display
  • GTD styling pack

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From £28,930


New Golf Estate R

The ultimate Golf is now available in Estate form too. All-wheel drive and a 306bhp 2.0 turbocharged engine deliver electrifying acceleration, hitting 62mph from a standing start in just 4.8 seconds (7-speed DSG). A lavish specification includes sports suspension, leather-trimmed multifunction steering wheel, eye-catching ‘Cadiz’ 18” alloy wheels and the full ‘R’ styling pack, plus a full 12.3” digital driver display. 

Standard items of equipment

  • Discover Navigation system
  • Leather trimmed multifunction steering wheel with 'R' logo
  • Car-Net ‘App-connect’
  • 18-inch ‘Cadiz’ alloy wheels
  • Car-Net ‘Guide & Inform’ (3-year subscription)
  • Winter pack
  • 'R' styling pack
  • R Sports suspension

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From £35,700


New Golf Estate Overview

Just like a Golf, only even more versatile. That’s the straightforward yet compelling proposition for the Golf Estate, available in literally hundreds of different engine and trim combinations. For 2017 Volkswagen upgraded the entire Golf range, including the estates. It’s not quite a complete new model so they’ve named it the Golf Mk.7.5; it’s packed with useful technology and is now even sharper-looking than ever. Efficient, reliable, refined and capable, the Golf Estate is a load-carrier that feels a cut above the rest.

Design

The Golf Estate carries its extra size well, looking poised and well-proportioned from all angles. The new Mk.7.5 model, like the Golf hatchback, includes revised front bumper, rear LED taillights and LED daylight running lights as standard. The biggest difference from the hatchback, naturally enough, comes with the loadspace; the boot is a useful 605-litres with the rear seats up and grows to a cavernous 1620 litres when both split rear seats are down. Thoughtful design features include the height-adjustable boot floor and the evenly-shaped load bay itself. It carries a lot and you won’t have to lift a heavy load over a high sill either, which can be a disadvantage with an SUV. 

Technology 

The biggest change for the Mk.7.5 comes with the interior technology. All models now have a touchscreen at least 8 inches in size, while the up-spec Discover Pro screen is 9.2”. the graphics are higher resolution too, making it easier to read maps and words on the move. Every model gets a DAB radio, Bluetooth connectivity and USB connections, while from the SE upwards you’ll also enjoy the benefits of Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink for smartphone compatibility.

Performance and efficiency 

If you’re looking for outstanding fuel economy, the most efficient Golf Estate is the 115PS 1.6 TDI Diesel with the new 7-speed DSG transmission, which ekes 70.6 miles out of a gallon on the combined cycle. At the performance extreme there’s the mile-devouring all-wheel drive Golf R Estate, which develops 306bhp from its turbocharged 2.0-litre petrol engine and covers the 0-62mph sprint in just 4.8 seconds. In between there’s just about every engine and transmission combination you could wish for, including 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol, 1.4 petrol, a new 1.5 TSI petrol, 1.6 diesel and 2.0 diesel.

Safety

When the Golf was assessed for the EuroNCAP ratings in 2012 it achieved the maximum 5-stars, with scores of 94% for adult occupant protection, 89% for child occupant protection, and 65% for pedestrian protection. The latest models are even safer, if that’s possible. Seven airbags are fitted as standard to all versions, including full-length curtain airbags and a driver’s knee bag. Rear side airbags are available as an option on all five-door models. The Car-Net ‘Guide and Inform’ specification rings emergency services if any of the airbags are deployed.

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