Volkswagen is extending its efficient engine offer in the
current Golf. The popular hatchback is now available, for the first time in
history as a gasoline BlueMotion. The hatchback is equipped with the 1.0 TSI
engine, already used on numerous small cars in the range, like the Polo.

combined fuel consumption of the most fuel-efficient petrol-powered Golf ever
is just 4.3 l/100 km. This fuel consumption equates to low CO2 emissions of 99
g/km. The Golf TSI BlueMotion achieves these figures with both the standard
6-speed manual gearbox and the optional 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox (DSG).
new TSI Bluemotion version will also be available on the Golf Estate and Golf
Sportsvan. With a manual gearbox, the Golf Estate also consumes 4.3 l/100 km.
With DSG the figure is 4.5 l/100 km. For the Golf Sportsvan, the figures are
4.5 (manual) and 4.6 l/100 km (DSG).

The 1.0 TSI on-board the Golf TSI BlueMotion is the first
large-scale production petrol engine to attain a specific torque of 200 Nm per
litre displacement. The maximum power of the three-cylinder engine is also
generous at 115 hp. In terms of top speed, the Golf TSI BlueMotion can reach
204 km/h.
The nw Volkswagen Golf TSI Buluemotion is also very well
equipped with standard features like air conditioning, seven airbags, Automatic
Post-Collision Braking System, XDS electronic differential lock, start/stop
system with brake energy recovery, model-specific rear spoiler in body colour,
sport suspension (body is 15 mm lower) and BlueMotion 15-inch "Lyon"

In Germany, the basic Golf TSI BlueMotion Trendline costs
20,450 euros.