Volkswagen e-Golf Features –
- Up to an estimated 83 Miles per charge
- Zero-tailpipe emissions
- Compatible with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and MirrorLink
- Up to 52.7 cu. ft. of cargo space
- 115-hp electric motor, and 199 lb-ft of torque
The e-Golf may look familiar because it’s designed like the Golf. Sleek, smart, and sophisticated, you can go electric and look great doing it.
Looks like a Golf. Drives like one, too. Just plug it in, charge it up, and enjoy the solid, fun-to-drive ride you know and love.
What are critics saying about the Volkswagen e-Golf?
The 2016 Volkswagen e-Golf gets a new, lower-priced base trim with slightly less standard content. Both the base SE and upper-trim SEL models get a new infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and VW MirrorLink smartphone connectivity and a 6.5-inch touchscreen for the SE and an 8-inch touchscreen for the SEL. The SE loses the built-in navigation system, parking sensors and auto-dimming rearview mirror that were standard on all e-Golfs in 2015, and speedy battery charging is now an extra-cost option on the base trim. The SEL gets a new optional driver assistance package that includes front collision mitigation and parallel parking systems. Read More >>
Car and Driver –
Despite its all-electric power, the e-Golf retains much of the driving charm of its gas-powered sibling, thanks to a firm suspension and taut handling. A 115-hp electric motor and lithium-ion battery provide a range of up to 83 miles while adjustable driving and regenerative braking modes help boost range in the most aggressive settings. An optional 240-volt charger drops charge time to less than four hours. The e-Golf is sold only in California and 10 other markets, so check availability. Read More >>