2018 Volkswagen Golf Tampa FL
The Volkswagen Golf is such a fantastic car with a long-running history, that it can’t be contained to just one model. The vehicle has multiplied to include a number of options from the off-road capable Golf Alltrack to the performance powerhouse Golf R. Still, the standard 2018 Volkswagen Golf is nothing to shy away from, as it will be heading to Tampa FL here at Brandon Volkswagen in the fall.
The model promises to offer plenty of fantastic features to fall in love with, as the VW Golf already offers up all the amenities modern drivers demand, like standard Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and available driver assistance features. This model definitely isn’t the Rabbit of the past, even if you can see some of the heritage in its design.
|Automatic headlights||Automatic post-collision braking||1.8-liter turbo 4-cylinder engine|
|Standard 6.5-inch touchscreen||Intelligent crash-response system||170 horsepower|
|Car-Net App-Connect w/Android Auto and Apple CarPlay||Crash-optimized front end and pedal controls||199 lb-ft of torque (184 lb-ft with 5-speed manual)|
|New Chrome Grille||Available driver assistance features: Front Assist, Blind Spot Monitoring, Lane Assist, Light Assist, ParkPilot, and Park Assist||5-speed manual or 6-speed automatic|
Changes that drive the 2018 VW Golf
It seems virtually no year goes by without Volkswagen adding some new features to its model, which seems like a good thing to us. Far too many vehicles head to the market without so much as a tweak, besides a higher starting cost. VW believes in constant improvement, which is why you’ll see a few new features in every trim of the 2018 VW Golf. This year, things have been slimmed down to just three trims: S, SE and SEL. This makes it easy for you to select which is right for you, though we don’t think any option will leave you feeling left behind when it comes to features.
Across the lineup, you’ll now find standard LED taillights and daytime running lights. This may be small improvement to some, but the brighter LEDs allow you to be more visible, which is especially important on overcast days. Another small adjustment is the chrome grille, which more closely matches the appearance of the Golf Alltrack. Eight-inch touchscreen systems have been brought to the SE and SEL trims, making it easier than ever to access key infotainment features.
Curious about what else the 2018 Volkswagen Golf has to offer? Stop by Brandon Volkswagen to learn more about your options.