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The time of the year when almost every big player of the automobile field wants to come up with something new or at least a retouched model is probably the time of new year or the transition period between one year and another. Volkswagen has come up this 2013 with some fantastic models, one of the stars out of them is VW Golf. Not changing much in the structure the manufacturers have incorporated so many new designs that it seems completely new while being not unfamiliar. So, older Golf owners might not find it uneasy to handle this.
With a one of a class engine, 1.4 litre four cylinder turbocharged petrol, the new 2013 model gives an amazing driving experience. The cylinder deactivation technology adds on to the smoothness. With a six speed manual transmission, it takes over anything quiet similar. It has an acceleration of 8.4 seconds and a top speed of 132mph. The unbelievable power of 140 PS in between 4.5 k to 6k rpm is hard to neglect. Also add ons are its amazingly low fuel consumption (of 58.9 mpg.
What is more is its remarkably small size. Although it has all the fore mentioned engineering marvels still it weighs really less and is small in shape and size. It is ergonomically designed and at the first look it looks like a really simple car with absolute no appeal of adventure. Slowly one gets to know that the 2013 model is as efficient and even more appealing as the older ones. It lives up to the brand name.
What sets it apart from the normal tag is its interior appeal. Volkswagen has given plenty of luxuries on the interior while maintaining a sober exterior. These include the big colour touch screen which also acts as the optional navigational set up and heated up seats. It truly is worth a try.