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Volkswagen CrossGolf

Volkswagen CrossGolf (Germany, 2010-present)

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Review

The new edition of the CrossGolf debuted at the AMI in 2010. With new styling, new TDI and TSI engines and new equipment. The new CrossGolf, as well as the previous CrossGolf, were developed based on the Golf Plus. The Cross, as an all-around vehicle, bridges the gap between the MPV (Multi-Purpose Vehicle) and SUV (Sport Utility Vehicle).



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Engines and transmissions

The engines are exclusively direct-injection turbocharged petrol (TSI) and diesel (common rail TDI) engines.

The Golf Cross 1.4 TSI with its 118 kW / 160 PS turbo- and supercharged petrol engine (Twincharger) enables a top speed of 207 km/h, when shifted by a 6-speed gearbox it has a combined fuel consumption of 6.8 litres of fuel (equivalent to 159 g/km CO2). As an alternative the TSI is available with an optional 7-speed DSG; in this case fuel consumption is 6.8 litres. Other available TSI engines are the variants with 77 kW / 105 PS and 90 kW / 122 PS.

The new common rail TDIs of the CrossGolf have power outputs of 77 kW / 105 PS (1.6 litre) and 103 kW / 140 PS (2.0 litre) and are paired with a standard diesel particulate filter. The 140-PS TSI, shifted by a 6-speed gearbox, consumes 5.3 litres of fuel (138 g/km CO2). The torque of this engine reaches the maximum value of 320 Newton-metres from 1,750 rpm.

With the exception of the 105 PS TSI, all other engines may be combined with an automatic, the direct shift gearbox (DSG). For the petrol engines and the 105-PS TDI, the 7-speed version is used; in the case of the 140-PS TDI, there is a 6-speed variant.

The entire engine range of the CrossGolf fulfils the Euro-5 emissions standard.



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Design

In its visual appearance, the second generation CrossGolf follows the new Volkswagen Design DNA. This is reflected in the horizontally aligned band of the radiator grille between the headlights that is reflected in the horizontal form of the front bumper.

Compared to the first generation CrossGolf, the all-terrain trim was adapted to the new Volkswagen “Design DNA”. Similar to the new CrossPolo, the look has been modified especially in the front area. Integrated on the sides here: the standard front fog lights. In a downward direction, the front end finishes with a cross bar in silver that is visually designed as an underbody guard. On its sides, the new CrossGolf exhibits the typical wheel arch extensions together with body sill trim and door add-ons. Like the front bumper, its rear counterpart is also covered and is equipped with a stylised underbody guard in silver. Its dark painted add-on parts, the CrossGolf whose ride height has been increased by 20 millimetres (standard rough road chassis with 111 millimetres ground clearance).

Interior

The new CrossGolf comes with sport seats (front) including two-tone fabric covers and top stitched seams as standard features. The inner surfaces of the seats and backrests are upholstered in light-grey “Cellular” seat covers with coloured seams. The lateral seat supports and back sections of the seat are offset in “Titan Black”. The backrests of the front seats are equipped with folding trays and storage pockets on the outer sides. The floor mats – decorated with colour seams - upgrade its appearance as well.

Depending on the position of the asymmetrically split, longitudinally adjustable and folding rear bench seat, the car’s cargo capacity may be varied between a minimum of 395 litres and a maximum of 540 litres. When the rear bench backrests are fully folded, this creates up to 1,450 litres of storage volume.



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Equipment

The CrossGolf comes from the factory with features that include electric adjustable and heated door mirrors, rear lights in LED technology, green tinted heat-insulating glass, daytime running lights and central locking with RF remote control. Examples of standard interior features are the car’s semi-automatic “Climatic” climate control system, height-adjustable driver’s seat, height and length adjustments of the steering column, multi-function display, remote unlocking of the fuel door, lockable and cooling glove box, reading lamps in front and storage compartments in the roof liner and bins in all doors, in front also with brackets for 1.5 litre bottles.

Options that Volkswagen is offering on the CrossGolf include details such as a leather interior (“Vienna” type), bi-xenon headlights with dynamic cornering lights and a rear-view camera. Customers who wish to simplify parking manoeuvres can order the CrossGolf with Park Assist.



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