|Fuel economy||32 MPG|
Volkswagen has marketed estate/station wagon variants of its Golf model since its third generation in 1993 through its current seventh generation.
VW marketed the station wagon as Jetta Sportwagen and later the Golf Sportwagen in the United States, the Bora Sportwagen in Mexico, Golf Break and later Golf SW in France, Jetta Variant in Brazil, Vento Variant in Argentina, Jetta Wagon in Canada (2009 only), Golf Wagon in Canada (2010 onwards), Golf Estate in the United Kingdom and prominently as the Golf Variant in the German domestic market and most other markets.
VW introduced a facelifted Estate (MK6) in May 2009, essentially an updated fifth generation estate with front fascia and interior styling mirroring the sixth generation Golf. There was a “Golf Estate Concept R” showcar unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
This Volkswagen Golf Wagon Highline is equipped with the infamous TDI drivetrain coupled to the quick-shifting DSG transmission. The result is a peppy little station wagon that can achieve 37 miles per gallon on the highway!
This example is a Highline trim model and comes equipped with all of the creature comforts you and your family would need, from heated seats to satellite radio. The exterior is painted in the beautiful Tempest Blue while the interior is trimmed out in black leather. A fantastic and rare colour combo!
This extremely low mile example has only travelled 38,500 kilometers in its 6 years on this big green earth, which puts the annual miles driven at just under 6,500 kilometers a year!
It was originally sold in BC and has remained in the province since its original delivery. We have just performed the 45,000km service on the car preemptively and it is ready to serve you and your family for many years to come.