The main improvements in the 2016 Volkswagen Golf Sportwagon include some major technological features. A brand new 5 inch touchscreen is available for the base model. One of the most noteworthy improvements to the Sportwagen is the driver assistance package which features blind sport monitoring, automated parallel parking and auto dimming rear view mirrors. This feature is available on all models too!
Designed with a sporty aerodynamic line, the Sportwagen is stylish yet utilitarian, the Sportwagen’s streamlined stance is super impressive. The Sportwagen comes with available LED daytime running lights and integrated front fog lights come as optional too. Available in an extensive amount of colors, the wagen is probably one of the most stylish and personalized station wagons on the market.
With split folding rear seats, climatronic dual-zone electronic climate control, and heated front seats as standard, the Sportwagon is comfortable while still being spacious. In terms of tech, Volkswagen have really brought the sportwagen up to spec; App-connect, Fender Premium Audio System, as well as USB audio input are all available. The easy-to-use 8″ infotainment touch screen gives access to your music and smartphone as well as your navigation features. The cargo capacity in the Sportwagon is huge so in addition to its compact car ‘drivability’, it makes it the perfect family car!
Engine and Fuel Efficiency
The 2016 Volkswagen Golf Sportwagon has been engineered with a 1.8 TSI engine. The handling, acceleration and power are exceptional, furthermore with 170 horsepower and a 6-gear automatic transmission the car has some seriously unexpected power. The 2016 Sportwagon’s EPA fuel estimate is 29 mpg combined i.e. 25 city and 36 high way.
Standard safety features for this model include stability and traction control, antilock disc brakes in addition to a rearview camera. While the safety features mentioned come as standard, additionally, there is also a post crashing braking system available among others. This safety feature automatically applies brakes to prevent the event of a secondary crash.