With gas prices expecting to reach $4.00 a gallon�I was looking for a vehicle that would be good on gas. But I didn�t want a vehicle that I had to use a can opener to get into. I had driven several subcompact vehicles and while they all did okay on their fuel economy (on average 30mpg real driving condition not the manufacturer�s rating) the vehicles all suffer in ride, comfort and visibility. Some of the vehicles actually had me feeling unsafe next to the typical vehicles on the roads (your average SUV for example). I chose the Volkswagen Golf for its� fuel economy, its safety features (dual, side, & head airbags, antilock brakes, stability control), its� styling and yes its price. I would recommend this vehicle to any driver who wants to be a gas miser but doesn�t want to shell out the extra bucks for a hybrid, and would like to experience �Fahrvergn�gen.�
Golf R. stop debating and get it!
2012 Volkswagen GolfBrian L - Denver, CO07/27/2015
It's a great hot hatch with great speed great looks and great sound. Fast but subtle. and still enough room to load it full of what ever you want. it has surprisingly more room in the back than than a sedan or hatch Subaru wrx. It's way more comfortable to sit it. Much more supportive seats and much nicer interior than a wrx. Lastly it's rare.
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