Volkswagen Golf SV (2014 on)

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2.0 TDI 150ps GT 5dr

reviewed by Anonymous on 8 February 2020
4
Overall rating
5
How it drives
2
Fuel economy
3
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
3
Cost of maintenance and repairs
5
Experience at the dealership
4
How practical it is
3
How you rate the manufacturer
3
Overall reliability

Very practical car

Pros: maximum travel comfort for 4 tall persons, 1.95 - 2m. Sufficient luggage compartment, with room for a full size spare wheel. Powerful engine, especially sports mode. Exceptional audio system. Highly appreciated by everyone I met.
Cons:High consumption compared to the manufacturer's figures. Urban 23mpg, combined 36 - 40mpg. Complicated navigation with satellite view, so you don't know what treadmill you are. Cambelt changed to 44k, little space under the engine hood. No climatronic. Insufficient trunk for a baby's troller. The middle of the rear seat can only be used by a child up to 10 years (skinny one). At night you need a man on the back seat when you go in reverse. The back lights are for the other traffic participants, because for you they are equal to zero.
Per total : Is a car for 4 tall friends who wants to have fun and enough room for their comfort.

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Price£20,575–£27,980
Road TaxA–D
MPG51.4–74.3 mpg
Real MPG79.9%

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