VW Golf TDI is a finalist for 2010 Green Car of the Year
VW Golf TDI has several awards since it was launched and now it is nominated for Green Car of the Year. "We're extremely pleased to have our Golf TDI nominated as one of the top five finalists for the 2010 Green Car of the Year," said Mark Barnes, Chief Operating Officer, Volkswagen of America.
Green Car of the Year competition held every year in the USA. Among the finalists for 2009 is VW Golf VI TDI powered by 2.0 liter four cylinder clean diesel. This engine holds a world record for 67.9 miles-per-gallon. VW Golf TDI is 50-state compliant and meets the most stringent emissions standards of California.
The price list for Golf VI TDI start at $21,990, which is a very good value for money. With its fuel economy, low emissions, good comfort and safety, the hatchback from VW is one of the best selling cars in the world.
The Final for Green Car of the Year Competition will be at December 3, 2009.