Volkswagen recently introduced a new vehicle to their lineup, a crossover wagon.
The 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack is here, giving drivers a new alternative to the all-wheel-drive wagons available on the market. The capabilities of the 4Motion® AWD make the Golf Alltrack fun to drive and the rugged exterior styling makes it unmistakably Volkswagen.
The Alltrack comes with the powerful and fuel-efficient 1.8-liter TSI® turbocharged and direct-injected four-cylinder engine which makes 170 horsepower and 199 pound-feet of torque. The crossover wagon proves that you can have an AWD vehicles with plenty of storage space without being a gas-guzzler.
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The Golf Alltrack will be available in three trims – S, SE and SEL – and will offer available advanced diver assistance systems such as Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Collision Warning and Autonomous Emergency Braking. Also available will be front and rear Park Distance Control (ParkPilot), Parking Steering Assistant (Park Assist), Lane Departure Warning system (Lane Assist), and High Beam Control (Light Assist).
The Alltrack shares certain similarities to the Golf SportWagen, but the elevated height gives it a bolder, more capable appearance. A redesigned bumper and added underbody guard, matte-aluminum low-profile radiator grille crossbar extending into the headlights, and lower silver crossbar that incorporates standard foglights all help to give the model a more rugged character.
Inside of the upscale, roomy cabin, V-Tex leatherette seating surfaces are standard along with heatable front seats. Driver controls are positioned to optimize ergonomics and usability. Overall, the Alltrack is designed with the driver in mind, with a center stack angled towards the driver – a feature frequently seen in premium luxury or performance vehicles.
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