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2010 Volkswagen Golf

2010 Volkswagen Golf Review

(4 Stars)  The original is still the best

Reviewed by Automobile Magazine on

Overview
The Golf has been in production for many years now and is a more recent form of the classic VW Rabbit. The 2010 model brings a whole new body to this slick little car and the all new Golf can be purchased with either a gasoline powered or diesel powered engine. The purchaser can also choose from the 2 door or 4 door models. The Golf is offering the same engines that have been available for years and this makes many believe that it is time for an upgrade or complete overhaul in this department.

The Golf comes with a standard 5 speed manual transmission or an optional six speed automatic. Many manufacturers have moved to the six speed automatic transmission for the simple reason that it gives a higher fuel economy and also makes the fluidity of shifting noticeably better. The 2010 Golf is a zippy little car and offers a very practical form of transportation at a reasonable price. This is not the most affordable model in the VW line up, but starting at $17,965 it does offer great value.

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