VW Golf VI TDI achieves average 3.8l/100km
VW Golf VI TDI was recently nominated for Green Car of the Year competition. The hatchback achieves extraordinary low fuel consumption - 3.8l / 100 km and CO2 emissions of just 99 g/km. This is the most economical and eco-friendly Golf of all time, since the production started in 1974.
This amazing results are achieved due to number of technologies built-in VW Golf VI. Some of them are start-stop function and braking energy recovery, helping the car to improve the fuel consumption.
The engine is 1.6TDI Common Rail with maximum output of 105ps and 250N/m of torque. The power is put on the road through 5-speed manual gearbox. There is also integrated a gear recommendation function, which is very useful, so you can drive the best gear all the time to achieve even better fuel consumption. This small diesel engine is superbly efficient. It brings good performance and driving experience at low cost.
VW Golf VI TDI is already available to buy in Germany from € 21,650.