The Volkswagen Golf SportWagen is one of the only budget-priced wagons on the market, making it both unique and a fun car to own. It's closely related to the Golf, but offers substantially more cargo space, which makes it a great option for buyers who need the space but aren't keen on crossovers.
What's New for 2017
The option list now includes all-wheel drive and a suite of advanced safety technology.
Choosing Your Volkswagen Golf SportWagen
The SportWagen is available in four different trim levels, but they all have the same engine under the hood. The standard 1.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder produces 170 HP and manages 25 mpg in the city and a fairly impressive 35 mpg on the highway. The six-speed automatic transmission features a Sport mode for enhanced acceleration. A six-speed manual is standard on the entry-level S only.
The SportWagen starts at $22,400 for the S, and runs up to $30,790 for the line-topping SEL.
The SEL is probably the best deal if you're looking for upgraded safety and performance, as the price difference between the SEL and SE is only $2,940. If you spend a lot of time in bad weather, the S 4MOTION is obviously the way to go.
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