Golf SportWagen Portland
Volkswagen Golf SportWagen Features –
- 1.8T engine with 170 hp
- 66.5-cu.-ft. of cargo space w/ rear seats folded down and cargo floor secured
- 12V plus 115V power outlet in the cargo area
- Rearview Camera System
- Available Advanced 6.5″ touchscreen sound and navigation systems
With loads of cargo space, sleek design, the versatility of an SUV and the maneuverability of a car, the Golf SportWagen is in a category all its own.
Versatile, roomy, fun-to-drive, stylish, and original are just a few of the highlights on the new Golf SportWagen. Delve deeper into the expansive cargo space to find out more.
What are critics saying about the Volkswagen Golf SportWagen?
Hatchbacks like the Golf are losing ground to the rapidly expanding small crossover class, due in no small part to their larger cargo areas. Of course, the natural downside to these bigger vehicles is additional weight and a higher center of gravity. If you want the best of both worlds, it’s worth considering one of the very few wagons left on the market. Of these, it’s hard to beat the Volkswagen Golf SportWagen. Read More >>
Car and Driver –
Take the goodness of the Golf, mix it with the added utility of a wagon, and the satisfying result is the Golf SportWagen—and a 10Best winner for 2016. The sole powertrain is a 170-hp 1.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with front-wheel drive and a five-speed manual; a six-speed automatic is optional. The ride is solid and controlled. The interior quality is tops; the front seats highly supportive. Read More >>
Motor Trend –
The Golf SportWagen also proved to be a good choice because it’s essentially a longer version of the hatchback. While it does feel more sluggish, we said in a First Drive review that the Golf SportWagen drives well with great agility and has a comfortable, well-appointed cabin. The extra cargo space, on the other hand, makes it a great alternative to crossovers, offering plenty of room for the family. Read More >>