Volkswagen is unveiling its most important automotive secret of the year: the new 2010 Volkswagen Golf TDI, in Los Angeles. The car - Europe's most successful with more than 26 million sold - was improved in all areas. This sixth generation of Golf cars will completely redefine the quality and comfort level of its class over broad categories, offering more customer value than ever before.

 

Current Volkswagen Golf models sports the classic Volkswagen design, quality finish launch x431 v plus, appeal and maximized space engineering despite its being compact. The Golf carries alloy wheels for improved looks and handling. Body colored bumper and door mirrors add a sporty smart look with every curve and surface.

 

New Features on the 2010 Volkswagen Golf TDI

 

The clear and powerful design of the new 2010 Volkswagen Golf TDI is showing the entire brand the way to the future. Its acoustic properties and the overall comfort of the Volkswagen tear down class distinctions. Innovative engines and transmission technologies lower fuel consumption by up to 28 percent. All gasoline and diesel engines satisfy limits of the future EU-5 standard.

 

Assistance systems such as "automatic distance control" (ACC), "adaptive chassis control" (DCC) and the "park steering assistant" bring additional top technologies on board the Golf. A new ESP system, with finer response over its control range, further optimized crash properties, seven airbags including knee airbag, the special head restraints (WOKS) that counteract whiplash trauma, a "seatbelt detection" feature debuting in the rear seating area of the Golf and daytime running lights - that are standard equipment - provide for a maximum level of safety.

 

The 2010 Volkswagen Golf TDI carries alloy wheels for improved looks and handling. Body colored bumpers and door mirrors add a sporty smart look with every curve and surface. The Golf's TSI or TDI engine assures the owner of a performance similar to the big cars yet with very minimal emissions and economical fuel use. Manual gearboxes of the Golf are offered in five-speed or six-speed allowing options for maximum power. The Golf's power-assisted steering redefines easy control with powerful maneuvers. Its safety features include the Electronic Stabilization Program (ESP) that lets the driver easily control the vehicle and detects critical road situation early on. Six airbags and an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) are considered standard safety features of the Volkswagen Golf.

 

The Golf remains a strong favorite in the Volkswagen line-up, having sold more than 26 million units in 120 countries, making it one of the top selling vehicles of all-time. The all-new sixth generation Golf first debuted at the Paris Motor show last fall, and made its U.S. debut at this year's New York International Auto Show. The Golf has been designed to be quieter autel ds808, sportier, fuel efficient and present a clean, distinctive appearance that VW hopes owners will discover is fun-to-drive.

 

The 2010 Volkswagen Golf TDI will be obtainable in dealer showrooms across Los Angeles this autumn in both gasoline and TDI versions. McKennavw.com are the premier VW dealers in Los Angeles.

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