VW Golf 7 Highline 1.4 TSI: photos, videos and specifications


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With the gradual spread of the Volkswagen Golf 7 in the German market, begin to emerge reviews from consumers about the car. In this case, it is 1.4 TSI a BlueMotion configuration finishing Highline.

This car has xenon headlights and engine with 140 horsepower and torque of 25 Kgfm available between 1500 and 3500 rpm, mated to an automatic gearbox DSG 7-speed dual clutch.

According to data from the factory, it accelerates from 0 to 100 Km / h in 8.4 seconds, reaching a top speed of 212 Km / h (real).

The weight of dry Golf 7 Highline is 1288 Kh and direction is turning diameter of 10.9 meters. The trunk has a volumetric capacity of 305 liters and the fuel tank is 50 liters.

Prices Golf 1.4 Turbo 7 in Germany are: Trendline from: 16,975 Euros, Comfortline from: 18,925 Euros, and Highline (model shown in the pictures) from 23,175 Euros, which equates to £ 60,300 reais.

All they adopt TSI engine and have the following assistive technologies: ACT (Active Cylinder Management), ACC (Adaptive Cruise Control – Cruise control with automatic distance control), ESP (Electronic Stabilization Program), ABS (antilock braking system) , EBD (Electronic Brakeforce Distribution), TCS (Traction Control), EDL (Electronic Differential Lock), MSR (torque control), hydraulic brake assist and HBV HBA (Hydraulic Brake Booster), among others.
The sequence shows 13 videos in which a Golf Highline 7 is explored in all its details:

Video 1: external details
Video 2: acceleration 0-219 km / h
Video 3: driving the car with the DSG in Sport mode Rates
Video 4: Sequential changes – TipTronic
Video 5: more tiptronic
Video 7: x Golf Passat
Video 8: details of indoor lighting
Video 9: driving position
Video 10: reverse camera and park assist
Video 11: trip computer
Video 12: internal details
Video 13: roadholding

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