Advantages: Sleek, stylish and well designed Disadvantages: Can't think of one!Get
I have a 1.4 FSI (5 door)
Now....a little background for you.....
This all new, sparkly, newer, better, Golf is the fifth generation from VW. From what I can see, it is the most radical change that VW have made with the Golf over the years.
It's dimensions are increased everywhere compared to it's predecessors. It is indeed taller, wider and has a longer wheel base. The boot is...
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Review of VolkswagenGolf V
Advantages: Spacious 3dr, drives like a dream Disadvantages: A few electronic teething problems
...I have had my golf for about 2 months and done around 2500 miles in it. I purchased the Golf as an ex-demo car.
The first thing you will notice when you compare the Golf to equivilent 3 doors (Astra Sport Hatch, Citroen C4 Coupe, Renault Megane) is the sheer space. In all the others cars I struggled to get in the back (I am 6ft 3in) and getting out was even harder! In the Golf I can hop in...
Advantages: A fabulous looking car... Disadvantages: Not everyone has all the added extras!
...I will say now that the Mark 5 VW Golf has always had a bit of a soft spot in my heart, yes, I know it's a car but I really liked them when they first came out in 2004, even though I was only 14 I've always been into my cars. I blame Dad for that! So when July 2007 finally rolled around and I was hunting for a driving instructor, it was only natural for me to choose one that was using the Mark 5...