Volkswagen is urging its dealers to start selling the new Golf. So the British dealers announced the prices for the 2013 Golf today. The leader of the compact segment has a starting price of 16.330 pounds, which means that the new generation is a little cheaper than the old model.
Scheduled to go on sale October 18, the first deliveries of the new Golf will commence in January, next year.
In the UK, Golf will be available in both variants, three and five doors, along with a choice of three trim levels (S, SE and GT). For the base price you get the 1.2 liter TSI entry-level engine, with 85 horsepower, equipped with standard stop/start system, battery regeneration technology and six airbags. The standard version will also get a six speed manual transmission.
All Golf models come with seven airbags, including a driver’s knee airbag, five three-point seatbelts, ABS with ESP, XDS electronic differential lock and Isofix preparation for two rear child seats.
The entry-level Composition Media system includes a 5.8-inch colour touchscreen, DAB digital radio, a CD player, MDI interface (for connecting iPod or MP3 player), Bluetooth telephone preparation and audio streaming and eight speakers. Also standard is ‘Climatic’ semi-automatic air conditioning, among a host of other features.

Source: Volkswagen