To increase the appeal of the current Golf, after the Dieselgate scandal, Volkswagen is launching Golf Match BlueMotion Edition, and Golf Match Edition in the UK. As you would expect, the Golf Match Edition adds high-end equipment as standard including Discover Navigation with Car-Net Guide and Inform, and Winter Pack.

Buyers can get behind the wheel of the new Golf Match BlueMotion Edition 1.0 115PS TSI six-speed manual three-door from £19,840. The Golf Match Edition, meanwhile, is available from £20,400 in 1.4-litre TSI 125 PS BlueMotion Technology five-speed manual three-door model form.

While the Golf Match was a comprehensive specified vehicle in its class with many standard features including front and rear parking sensors, front fog lights and a mirror pack, the new model adds some more equipment. This includes Discover Navigation system with 6.5-inch colour touch-screen control system for navigation, CD and radio functions. This boasts preloaded European navigation data, two map view options, three calculated routes (Fast, Short, Eco), dynamic navigation based on TMC live traffic updates, branded points of interest and Traffic Sign display, and also features Car-Net Guide and Inform online services.

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The Car-Net Guide and Inform system combines Online Traffic Information, Personal Point Of Interest, News and Weather updates, and Fuel Info and Parking Info.

The Golf Match Edition gets standard ACC Adaptive Cruise Control with Front Assist and City Emergency Braking, Driver Alert System, PreCrash preventive occupant protection, Driver Profile Selection, automatic wipers, an automatically dimming rear-view mirror and dusk sensor (automatic driving lights).

This new versions are available to order now, with the first deliveries expected in January 2016.