2016 Volkswagen Golf R

2016 Volkswagen Golf R
2016 Volkswagen Golf R provides more82 hp to a GTI.Side skirts, 18-inch aluminium wheel, bi-xenon headlights, four chrome exhausts, R bumpers, these are noticeable changes you finds in R to GTI.

This if for first time Volkswagen offer 292 hp in U.S. VW Golf R and getting darn near 300 hp from 2.0 liter four is more remarkable.
MQB chasis is more solid, perfect balance of firmness and comfort irrespective of mode.Steering weighs up nicely as accelerate and is light at lower speed.Harder you push better it feels.

Looking for fun get GTI, spending some more you get Audi S3.AWD does a good job, chasis rotated better on hard corners, Continental Tire remain firmed with ground when pushed harder.Good pedal travel made it more comfortable to brake late.

Golf R transmission is really good but stick is more i wished for.Paddles works perfectly up and down.You're gonna have a good time if opeted for VW's DSG transmission.

Golf R equipped with satellite radio, 4Motion.Small engine but quiet vicious, no turbo lag found and did not run out breath until redline gets heat.Acceleration seems easy and good, some grumbling on shifts.Dual clutch transmission is perfect.Shifts seems seamless in normal mode, and a little kick in sport mode.

Golf R is sharp on direction changes.Steering wheel is medium to heavy in weight.Over bumps it produces harsh when on throttle and seems painful to car, on smooth road it is near to perfection.

Lot more space along with cargo space inside.Its fun, quick and versatile.

Starting Price $36,315
Vehicle Type front engine, four wheel drive, 4 door hatchback
Engine turbocharged, intercooled DOHC 16-valve inline-4, direct fuel injection
Transmission 6-speed manual
Horsepower 292 hp @ 5500 rpm
Torque 280 lb-ft @ 1800 rpm
Displacement 121 cu in, 1984 cc
Wheelbase 103.5 in
Length 167.9 in
Width 70.8 in
Height 56.5 in
Curb weight 3300 lb
0-60 mph 5.2 sec
Top speed 130 mph
Fuel economy (city/highway) 23/31 mpg (city/highway)