2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack pricing starts at $26,670 will arrive by next year with six speed manual transmission. Automatic transmission six speed DSG will have price $27,770 comes with heated fabric rooms with energy recline, power windows and mirrors and locks, an accretion camera, Bluetooth, an eight-speaker audio system, HD radio with SiriusXM, a 6.5 inch color display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, faux aluminum pedals, LED running lamps, stainless steel door sills, black fender trim, bumpers restyled,
silver mirror caps, 17 inch alloy wheels available as standard. VW's Car-Net to track stolen vehicle, telematics services and remote unlocking will be available for first six months.
An elevated drive dimension 6.9 inches, an off-road riding mode with hill-descent regulate increase to the otherwise average 4Motion all wheel drive system. Golf Alltrack equipped with 1.8 liter turbocharged four cylinder engine to produce 170 horsepower and 199 lb-ft of torque, having 14.5 gallons fuel tank. EPA is rated at 22/30 mpg city/highway rating which gets down by 3 and 4 mpg respectively.
Alltrack SE manual available at $30,250, and SE automatic at $31,350, includes wide roof, Fender stereo, keyless entry with push button start, rain sensing wipers, heated windshield washer nozzles. Alltrack SEL will have automatic transmission only at $33,710 is to have 18 inch wheels, 12 way power driver's seat with power recline for passenger, navigation system, dual zone climate control.
Adding $845 more to SE and S models can have adaptive cruise control, front and rear parking sensors, automatic parking, forward collision alert with automatic braking.
Adding $1995 to SEL version includes automatic high beams, adaptive bixenon headlights, lane keep assist, an auto dimming rearview mirror.
The Subaru Crosstrek is only other contestant in same segment is not good at all trim levels.