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Volkswagen Golf 2017: New Car Sales Price

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Volkswagen Australia has announced the entry-level price of its Golf line-up will rise by $1150 when the updated 7.5 model goes on sale at the start of July, with the small car to start from $23,990 before on-road costs for the manual-equipped 110TSI hatchback.

VW's local arm has also confirmed the Golf R Wagon will return to the range, but this time as a permanent member from January next year.

Similarly, special 'Wolfsburg Edition' versions of R hatch and wagon – limited to 300 examples each – are set to be available from late August. Pricing for these three upcoming R variants has not been disclosed yet.

According to Volkswagen, the base-spec 110TSI hatch offers more value than ever from a Golf range opener. It is also available with a seven-speed 'DSG' dual-clutch automatic transmission for an additional $2500 over the aforementioned six-speed manual version.

Standard equipment for this model grade includes an 8.0-inch 'Composition Media' system, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto support, auto emergency braking (AEB) and 16-inch 'Hita' alloy wheels, as well as LED tail-lights and daytime driving lights (DRLs).

All 110TSI-badged variants in the line-up will employ a 1.4-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine, which produces 110kW/250Nm.

Stepping up to the 110TSI Trendline will set buyers back either $24,990 (manual) or $27,490 (DSG) for the hatch, while the auto-only Wagon is set to cost $28,990 – which represents an increase of $650 across this grade.

Additional features extend to front and rear parking sensors, automatic headlights, rain-sensing windscreen wipers, auto-dimming rear-view mirror and 16-inch 'Toronto' rims.

Further upstream is the DSG-only 110TSI Comfortline hatch ($28,990) and Wagon ($30,490), which add dual-zone climate control, satellite navigation, chrome interior and exterior highlights, comfort front seats and 17-inch 'Dijon' alloys for an extra $650 over its former model.

Topping the non-performance range is the auto-only Highline model grade, which is now $1150 pricier. It is offered in either 110TSI or 110TDI guises, with the latter using a 110kW/340Nm 2.0-litre turbo-diesel four.


Petrol versions are priced at $34,490 (hatch) or $35,990 (Wagon). Meanwhile, the oil-burners cost either $36,990 (hatch) or $38,490 (Wagon).

Extra kit for the Highline includes front fog lights, 'Vienna' leather upholstery with heated front seats, keyless entry and start, 17-inch 'Karlskoga' wheels, interior ambient lighting, LED headlights and panoramic sunroof.

Three option packages – which are dependent on the selected model – will be available to hatch and Wagon customers at an additional cost; including 'Driver Assistance' ($1500), 'Infotainment' ($2300) and 'R-Line' ($2500).

Additionally, the all-wheel-drive Golf Alltrack line-up expands with the inclusion of the 132TSI ($34,490) and 135TDI Premium ($40,990) to compliment the pre-existing 132TSI Premium (up $150 to $38,490).

Both 132TSI versions employ a 132kW/280Nm 1.8-litre turbo-petrol with a six-speed DSG, while their 135TDI Premium counterpart uses a 135kW/380Nm 2.0-litre turbo-diesel with seven ratios.

The 132TSI offers dual-zone climate control, keyless access and start, interior ambient lighting, 17-inch 'Valley' rims, front and rear parking sensors, automatic headlights, rain-sensing windscreen wipers and auto-dimming rear-view mirror, as well as LED tail-lights and DRLs.

Premium variants add 'Vienna' leather upholstery with heated front seats, satellite navigation and LED headlights. A 'Driver Assistance' package ($1800) is optional on all three Alltracks, while 'Sport Luxury' ($2900) and 'Infotainment' bundles ($2300) are available exclusively on premium versions.

Perennial hot-hatch favourite, the Golf GTI, returns with the choice of six-speed manual gearbox ($41,490) or DSG transmission ($43,990). Its 2.0-litre turbo-petrol four is boosted to 169kW (+7kW), while torque remains steady at 350Nm.


Other key features include 18-inch 'Milton Keynes' alloys and adaptive chassis control with driving profile selection. 'Driver Assistance' ($1600), 'Infotainment' ($2300) and 'Luxury' ($3900) packages are available optionally.

As reported earlier this week, the Golf GTI Performance Edition 1 will signal the return of a three-door hot hatch to Volkswagen's local range. Limited to 150 units, it will be priced from $47,990.

Performance is dialled up to 180kW/370Nm; while a front differential lock, larger disc brakes, 19-inch 'Brescia' wheels, digital instrument cluster and a suite of safety technologies are also added.

However, the hero model will continue to be the Golf R hatch, which is offered in either six-speed manual ($52,990) or seven-speed DSG ($55,490) guises. A power boost sees 213kW/380Nm on tap from the 2.0-litre turbo-petrol four.

Equipment levels further expand to '4Motion' all-wheel drive system, 9.2-inch 'Discover Pro' multimedia system, satellite navigation, 'Vienna' leather upholstery with heated front seats, digital instrument cluster and 19-inch 'Spielberg' rims. A 'Driver Assistance' package ($1300) is optional.

These performance models will join the rest of the Golf line-up from mid-August.

More details on the forthcoming Golf R Wolfsburg Edition hatch and wagon – including pricing – are expected to be released soon.

2017 Volkswagen Golf list pricing

Volkswagen Golf 110TSI – manual – $23,990
Volkswagen Golf 110TSI – automatic – $26,490
Volkswagen Golf 110TSI Trendline – manual – $24,990
Volkswagen Golf 110TSI Trendline – automatic – $27,490
Volkswagen Golf 110TSI Comfortline – automatic – $28,990
Volkswagen Golf 110TSI Highline – automatic – $34,490
Volkswagen Golf 110TDI Highline – automatic – $36,990
Volkswagen Golf GTI – manual – $41,490
Volkswagen Golf GTI – automatic – $43,990
Volkswagen Golf GTI Performance Edition 1 – automatic – $47,990
Volkswagen Golf R – manual – $52,990
Volkswagen Golf R – automatic – $55,490
Volkswagen Golf Wagon 110TSI Trendline – automatic – $28,990
Volkswagen Golf Wagon 110TSI Comfortline – automatic – $30,490
Volkswagen Golf Wagon 110TSI Highline – automatic – $35,990
Volkswagen Golf Wagon 110TDI Highline – automatic – $38,490
Volkswagen Golf Alltrack 132TSI – automatic – $34,490
Volkswagen Golf Alltrack 132 TSI Premium – automatic – $38,490
Volkswagen Golf Alltrack 135TDI Premium – automatic – $40,990

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