A firm fixture amongst the UK’s best-selling cars, the Volkswagen Golf is now in its seventh generation. There’s good reason why buyers keep returning to this car – it could be the understated styling, its upmarket image or its strong resale values. Not to mention its efficient engines and spacious interior. Evidently, there are many advantages that make the Golf a desirable car to own.
The Golf is well-built and classy, both inside and out. It’s incredibly spacious, comfortably seating up to five people with plenty of head room and leg room, as well as large square doors that make it easier to get in and out of the back seats. Your passengers can expect a very comfortable ride, with the suspension soaking up any bumps in the road, supportive seats with lumbar support and wind and road noise successfully blocked out. This means that long distance drives are a breeze in the Golf, even if you’ve got a car full of passengers.
Thanks to the large windows of the Golf, the driver has excellent visibility of the road, keeping blind spots to a minimum. It’s also great to drive, with precise steering, good grip and Volkswagen’s signature powerful yet efficient engines. Most versions of the Golf also have plenty of safety aids to put the driver’s mind at ease – with seven airbags (including a driver’s knee bag), stability control systems and city emergency braking systems that detect when a collision is imminent.
For a safe family car with fantastic interior quality, low running costs and excellent performance, the Volkswagen Golf is a reliable choice that’s likely to hold its value in the long term. With its perfect mix of performance and practicality, there’s no wonder why this spacious hatchback is so popular in the UK.