KBB.com looks at a range of subjective factors to determine the models that offer the most driving fun and “cool factor.” According to KBB.com, the vehicles on the 10 Coolest Cars list offer great tech and versatility at an affordable price, plus a stylish exterior and fun driving dynamics that will put a smile on your face. In KBB’s esteem, the VW Golf does that very thing, and all for less than $20,000.
“A direct descendant of the original hot hatch, which defined a fun-to-drive segment, Volkswagen tuned the Golf for sporty driving dynamics,” said Michael Harley, executive editor for Kelley Blue Book. “A standard turbocharged engine—unexpected zip for a vehicle in this category—a roomy passenger cabin, and timeless hatchback styling add to its appeal.”
The 2018 Golf adds standard LED DRLs, LED taillamps, and exterior chrome accents, building on a formula of coolness that has been satisfying drivers for more than four decades. If you want to feel cool and don’t want to pay a lot, look no further than the new VW Golf—available at Gossett VW Porsche.
The VW Golf Alltrack has never been sold in the United States before, but after Volkswagen’s most recent press release, that’s about to change! The VW Golf Alltrack is based on the popular Golf SportWagen and has been a top choice for drivers who desire a ride with crisp handling. The Golf Alltrack has been available in Europe for years, but this fall, the newest model will hit United States shores!
The 2017 VW Golf Alltrack will feature 4MOTION all-wheel drive and offers all the capability of an all-terrain vehicle without the rough exterior. Off-Road Mode goes hand-in-hand with the new all-wheel drive system and makes this model more capable than ever before.
A 1.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that pumps out 170 hp and 199 lb-ft of torque powers the off-road-capable model. Drivers wanting to control gear shifting should wait until the six-speed manual transmission releases following the launch of the Golf Alltrack.
While the exterior looks entirely different from the Golf SportWagen, the interior is a different story. The layout is similar but the Golf Alltrack sees premium materials, like leatherette seating surfaces, and aluminum pedal covers plus Alltrack branding.