The 2020 Volkswagen Golf is a compact car available in a single trim, well-fitted, called the TSI. The metaphor also applies to the 2020 Volkswagen Golf and its GTI sports counterpart. While its 147 hp four-cylinder turbo has 81 fewer horsepower, the VW lid remains fun to drive even though it is much slower. Regular golf is also several thousand dollars cheaper, more fuel-efficient, and just as practical. In fact, we think it is one of the best compacts whether buyers are car enthusiasts or not. Sure, some rivals look more interesting, go faster and cost less, but the 2020 Golf is among the classes and the most frugal.
The alignment continues even further in a single level of truncation called TSI. While this raises the starting price from last year’s model, it also introduces more desirable standard features. The list includes 16-inch wheels, heated front seats, washing machine nozzle, faux leather upholstery, a panoramic sun, passive input, push-button start, and a sunbathing area. 2020 Golf also gets Car-Net’s latest remote services and a standard Wi-Fi hotspot, with a paid subscription, of course.
2020 Volkswagen Golf Interior
Inside, the interior of the 2020 Golf perfectly embodies the design ethic of the VW. The inside of the Golf course has clean, straight lines; a soothing color palette; and an emphasis on opening. Despite the airy atmosphere, some of the competitors tested here have a little more space than the Golf. We have found that the Golf rear seat is relatively comfortable, and is suitable for adults even on longer drives. The comfortable rear seat is attributed to the height of the lower cushion, which prevents the knee-to-nose problem that hinders many small cars. Golf carries the same number of carrying bags behind his back seat as many of his rivals, but, unlike sedan competitors, the Golf cargo area can easily accommodate higher items.
The Golf infotainment system gives lazy response times to your inputs, but standard features such as Apple CarPlay / Android Auto integration and USB connectivity are strong opponents to that shortcoming. A 6.5-inch touch screen is standard and boasts menu buttons that function along the edges of the screen, as well as a physical volume key.
2020 Volkswagen Golf Engine
The Golf’s four-turbocharged internal engine provides the right amount of power to propel this little cap enough and is refined and reliable. Around town, Golf never wants for power. Only when attempting high-speed crossing maneuvers on the highway does the driver notice that the engine is out of breath. Unlike its fraternal sporting twins, the grim and fiery GTI, the regular Golf boasts a consistent ride that won’t grow tired of long drives or the rough sidewalk. This does not mean that it is a turn around the corners. It strongly embraces the road and gives an athletic feel to the driver that encourages rear-view antics. Golf running is unwavering and uncharacteristically fast for this class. This responsive directory is one of the features that make this car affordable, utilitarian, so enjoyable to drive.
The EPA estimates that the Golf 2020 will gain 28 mpg in the city and 36 MPG on the highway with a standard stick-shift transmission. With optional autofocus, it has ratings of 29 mpg city and 35 highways. These numbers are different from the previous model year when both broadcasts were rated at 29/37 mpg city/highway. While we have not tested a Golf 2020 on our highway in the real-world highway economy, the last one we evaluated turned into 43 tests. Still, the Golf does not set the standard in this class: the Honda Civic cap gave an identical result.
2020 Volkswagen Golf Safety
The 2020 Golf won a five-star rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), but it was not named a Top Safety Select by the Highway Safety Insurance Institute (IIHS). While the VW key no longer offers cruise control, it comes with some common driver assistance devices. The 2020 Volkswagen Golf TSI comes with aircraft collision warning, automatic emergency braking, automatic post-collision braking, pedestrian monitoring, blind-spot monitoring, rear traffic alert, rain-sensing windshield effects, and a rearview camera.