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  • 2018 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen TSI SE in Black
    1,558 miles
    23 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
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    $17,581

  • 2019 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen 1.4T SE in White
    10,682 miles
    25 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
    Home delivery available*
  • 2019 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen 1.4T S in White
    24,752 miles
    20 mi away
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  • 2019 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen 1.4T S in Black
    20,632 miles
    17 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Rental Use
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    $17,998

  • 2019 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen 1.4T SE in Black
    33,295 miles
    14 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Rental Use
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    $19,798

  • 2019 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen 1.4T SE in Dark Blue
    3,633 miles
    807 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Corporate Fleet
    Ships to 76015*
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    $18,998

    $4,797 Below Market
  • 2017 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen TSI S in Black
    12,097 miles
    221 mi away
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  • 2019 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen 1.8T S 4MOTION in White
    21,352 miles
    1,211 mi away
    Home delivery available*
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    $18,997

    $1,541 Below Market
  • 2018 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen TSI S 4Motion in White
    18,313 miles
    221 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
    Home delivery available*
  • 2019 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen 1.4T S in Gray
    21,568 miles
    1,438 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Rental Use
    Home delivery available*
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    $18,298

    $984 Below Market
  • 2019 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen 1.4T SE in Gray
    23,057 miles
    446 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Corporate Fleet
    Ships to 76015*
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    $19,998

    $1,269 Below Market
  • 2019 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen 1.4T S in White
    20,853 miles
    1,450 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Rental Use
    Home delivery available*
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    $18,499

    $805 Below Market
  • 2018 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen TSI SE in Red
    8,893 miles
    946 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
    Ships to 76015*

    $19,998

  • 2019 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen 1.8T S 4MOTION in Gray
    34,551 miles
    984 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Rental Use
    Home delivery available*
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    $18,799

    $382 Below Market
  • 2019 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen 1.4T S in White
    30,882 miles
    984 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Rental Use
    Home delivery available*
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    $18,999

    $210 Below Market
  • 2019 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen 1.8T S 4MOTION in Black
    32,654 miles
    1,015 mi away
    Free home delivery available*
    Fair Deal!

    $18,990

    $358 Below Market
  • 2017 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen TSI S 4Motion in White
    34,992 miles
    34 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
    Free home delivery available*
    Fair Deal!

    $17,971

  • 2019 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen 1.4T S in Black
    21,849 miles
    1,662 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Rental Use
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Consumer Reviews for the Volkswagen Golf SportWagen

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A Lot to Recommend
Dave Peterson,08/14/2015
I've been driving gas and diesel VWs for 35 years, with my previous ride being a 312k mile 2002 Jetta TDI that's never had a major problem and still runs great, but time to move on. I considered a Passat, but bigger than I needed and drove like a large car, meh styling. I'd considered the now discontinued Jetta Sportwagen, but it had the lesser version of the TDI, blob styling, and just couldn't get excited. This new Golf Sportwagen snuck up on me, going from being unaware of it to in my garage in about two weeks. Even though the Golf has historically been positioned as their low end model series, in recent years it has enjoyed a rep as their performance series, with classic VW Euro handling, more sporty everything, and even higher end interiors. I really wanted a snappy handling car like my old Jetta and previous GTI, so as stated above the Golf series is the closest you can get in their line-up. This thing handles much better than a Passat, if not quite my older VWs. The S version has only 16" wheels, but my experience is that is good enough with good rubber. It jumps off the line quite strongly. Once underway it accelerates quite strongly for passing, even in top gear. It climbs a mountain pass without even downshifting. These high torque diesels are much less affected by grades or loads than gassers. The seats have been the only negative, definitely the most uncomfortable in nearly forty years of driving VWs. After about two hours my butt hurts! This obviously didn't surface during test drives. I've read similar complaints. I'd have to blame it on too firm cushioning. On long drives I lay down a little gel cushion which helps a lot. I understand the SEL version has softer seats. Another problem is the center console is the widest I've ever had, and I normally drive with my leg flopped to the right, and it presses into the console edge, which is uncomfortable on long drives. I'm trying to adjust my seating habits a bit. Also, getting in and out isn't as smooth as previous models, and it seems the door frame is a little further forward relative to the seat, the roof line at the door being a bit lower despite plenty of headroom, and there is a pronounced hump on the underside of the steering column. All in all, I need to scrunch up a bit to get in and out cleanly, but once in the car fits like a glove. The backup camera comes on instantly, unlike previous model years which had a lengthy delay. The entertainment system in older models is slow to respond to anything, and this year they’ve totally fixed all that with a new system. People have complemented my interior and VW has made improvements in most of their models interiors after taking heat in recent years. This Golf looks quite high end. With multiple extremely high mileage VWs in my family, not one has ever had a crack, tear, or any other failure of cloth, velour, or vinyl seating, and from the looks of it I expect the trend to continue. The exterior lines and styling make the best of the wagon body style. If it’s possible to get excited about a wagon, this car is it. It actually looks a bit sporty. The doors and trunk shut like safe doors as in previous VWs, a solidness competing Asian cars don't have. Everything about the construction of the car exudes quality. This one was Mexican made, but so were my last two VWs with over 600k miles between them with no major repairs or even body noises or rattles. The stereo is a pleasant surprise, not as good as the awesome one in my 02, but solid. It sounds like it needs more amp and better tweeters, with some distortion at moderately high levels that doesn’t sound like a speaker problem. I understand that the difference between this and the Fender system in the SEL is an amp and subwoofer. These speakers put out deep, solid bass at medium volume, but the amp runs out quickly. The whole electronics package is a big improvement over previous years, and I really like it. I wish they put in real USB, a common gripe, and the connector you plug their adapter cord into is recessed, and the cord has a stiff right angle connection that is tough to insert (don’t think of doing it while driving), and then only a foot long, which doesn’t give me much flexibility with my iPod. Luckily, once it synchs with the car you can do everything through the stereo that you can on the iPod, and easier. Adapters for other devices are available on eBay for $13 – don’t pay VW’s crazy prices. Every gas or diesel VW I’ve owned has beaten its EPA highway mileage in everyday driving. Tons of people have reported upper forties and fifties in the larger Passat automatic, so this in entirely believable. VW has always been conservative in their ratings. I've consistently run 46-47mpg despite most of its mileage being 75mph. So, this doesn’t have quite the light tossability of my old VWs, but is a car that you can do some serious driving in.
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