Posts Tagged: 4Motion

Road Test: 2013 Volkswagen Golf 2.0 TDI 4Motion
By July 15, 2013 Read More →

Road Test: 2013 Volkswagen Golf 2.0 TDI 4Motion

It’s good to know that there are some things in life that you can always rely on. One of them is Volkswagen Golf. Making its first appearance in 1974, the Volkswagen Golf is now in its seventh generation. Although the Golf has new design, some typical Golf elements like the C-pillars and the roofline have remained. The front and rear section have a modern look thanks to the new headlights and rear lights, but still the Golf is easy to recognise.

4Motion versions of the new VW Golf are now available in Europe
By February 4, 2013 Read More →

4Motion versions of the new VW Golf are now available in Europe

Volkswagen is expanding the new Golf range with the 4Motion all-wheel drive models. The new Golf’s permanent four-wheel drive system is one of the most modern and efficient of its kind in the world. In this latest version of the Golf 4Motion Volkswagen is using a four-wheel drive system with an enhanced, fifth-generation Haldex coupling. The intelligently controlled 4Motion drive weighs 1,4 kilograms less than the previous system, requires no pressure accumulator and reacts extremely quickly to every conceivable influence exerted on it. The result is greater active safety and improved handling.

Road Test: 2012 Volkswagen Passat Alltrack 2.0 TDI 4Motion
By September 24, 2012 Read More →

Road Test: 2012 Volkswagen Passat Alltrack 2.0 TDI 4Motion

The new Volkswagen Passat Alltrack offers features of an SUV in the form of a conventional Passat Estate. From the outside, the new Passat Alltrack looks very similar to the Passat Estate, except being 30mm higher off course. In addition, the Alltrack can be recognized from the 17-inch alloy wheels, new bumber styling, flared side sills, silver roof rails and front and rear underbody guards. The window surrounds, door mirror housings and radiator grille have matt chrome finish. Naturally there are also Alltrack signatures at the front and rear of the car.