World Car of the Year Winner and 2 x European Car of the Year
The Golf is the vehicle that has shaped its own class for generations. And now the new Golf is setting a new milestone for the next generation with little additions to the iconic design, intuitive technology and evolutionary safety features. The benchmark just keeps getting better.
Winner of multiple top awards throughout its generations, including the 2018 Best Family Compact Car, Auto Express.
New: We gave the Golf R-Line to one of our team members for the weekend and asked them to review it. The result is more of a ‘real world’ look at the Golf from a family man and Rangiora-to-Christchurch commuter. Find out what they had to say.
As one of the world’s most popular vehicles, the new Golf continues the Golf legacy. Its the class-leading model that has paved the way for generations, and now the new Golf sets a new milestone for the next generation, with additions to the iconic design, intuitive technology and evolutionary safety features.
Like most EVs in the market the e-Golf doesn’t dramatise the fact it’s 100% electric. Futuristic intelligence in disguise, this electric-Golf hasn’t retired its style and comfort either. If you’re on the fence about switching to electric power without having to shout ‘I’m electric’, one of the world’s most popular hatchbacks has just ditched the petrol pump.
All pricing is ‘MRP’ (Maximum Retail Price) and excludes on-road costs (ORC) unless stated as ‘driveaway’. On-road costs for new petrol (non-commercial) vehicles are $1,395 which includes GST, 12 months registration, full tank of fuel, 3 years WOF, 3 years factory warranty, 3 years Roadside Assistance, genuine floor mats, professional groom and pre-delivery inspection. On-road costs for new diesel (non-commercial) vehicles are $1,495 which includes the above plus the first 3,000km Road Users Charges. On-road costs for commercial vehicles are $1,695.
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