Used 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf Pricing

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2015 Highlights

The 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf is an all-new electric car based on the recently redesigned VW Golf hatchback.

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  • Outstanding cabin materials and construction
  • superior ride and quietness
  • battery's low center of gravity delivers impressive grip and handling
  • just as much cargo capacity as other Golfs.


  • Less power and thus slower acceleration than some other electric vehicles
  • priced high for its class
  • limited availability
  • navigation system's slow responses to touch inputs.

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Used 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf for Sale

Volkswagen e-Golf 2015 SEL Premium 4dr Hatchback (electric DD) Pure White Beige leatherette18,290 miles
Used 2015Volkswagen e-GolfSEL Premium
Est.Loan: $328/mo
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LOW MILEAGE SEL PREMIUM! ONE OWNER, VOLKSWAGEN CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED, e-Golf SEL Premium, 85KW 115HP Electric, Pure White. 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf SEL Premium Pure White CARFAX One-Owner. Clean CARFAX. FWD Single-Speed Automatic 85KW 115HP Electric Recent Arrival! 105/126 Highway/City MPG Volkswagen Certified Pre-Owned 2012-2017 Model Years Details: * 2 Years of 24-Hr Roadside Asst. Warranty Ded/ Transfer See Dealer for Details * Warranty Deductible: $0 * Limited Warranty: Volkswagen offers model specific limited warranty coverage. See dealer for details. * Roadside Assistance * 100+ Point Inspection * Vehicle History Awards: * Motor Trend Automobiles of the year Reviews: * Outstanding cabin materials and construction; superior ride and quietness; battery's low center of gravity delivers impressive grip and handling; just as much cargo capacity as other Golfs. Source: Edmunds

Volkswagen e-Golf 2015 SEL Premium 4dr Hatchback (electric DD) Pure White Black leatherette28,295 miles
Used 2015Volkswagen e-GolfSEL Premium
Est.Loan: $271/mo
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New Price! Recent Arrival! CARFAX One-Owner. Clean CARFAX. 105/126 Highway/City MPG Awards: * Motor Trend Automobiles of the year Reviews: * Outstanding cabin materials and construction; superior ride and quietness; battery's low center of gravity delivers impressive grip and handling; just as much cargo capacity as other Golfs. Source: Edmunds

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Great, but know what you're getting into.
I own an E-Golf, and generally I love it, but I don't think general discussion touches on two important points. First, my only real negative to the car: the Navigation/Entertainment System is a complete joke. The entertainment/navigation console takes a minute to boot up. So if you're going to use navigation, you have to turn on your car and wait a minute before you can get on your way. Then, the screen is slow, it's small, etc. I do like the little dashboard screen. Overall, Google Maps is incomparably better than VW's navigation. There's also a problem that it doesn't have standard USB power, and they just assume you have an iPhone, so no micro-USB/Android charger is available for their proprietary slot (I got a 3rd party wire off Amazon, but it's crazy slow). Also, it has a weird bluetooth problem where it switches up music sometimes. It's just generally clunky and ugly and problematic. It does allow an SD card full of MP3s, I know that's like 2003 tech but I actually really like it. Also, about the range: I drive with a heavy foot, mostly on freeway, I don't use the annoying auto-brake or evo modes, and I get 85 miles or so. Before I got the car, I thought charging stations were going to be a big deal. But unless you have charging at work, charging stations are really not a large part of the EV experience. Even in the Bay Area, you just can't count on one being available - somebody else is parked there, and will be parked there for at least another hour or two more. Or it's broken. Or a non electric vehicle parked there. You just can't rely on it 100%. Anyway, who wants to wait around an hour to charge up enough to get home? A better way to think about it is, every morning your car starts with a quarter tank of gas. Sure, if there's an EMERGENCY, or you need to BARELY extend your trip past the car's range, something will probably be available. But if you think this will be a regular occurrence for you, buy a gas or diesel car. OK, not to scare off buyers, because yeah I do love this car. If you have a regular daily commute it's incredibly cheap to operate, especially with the lease deals out there. Quality isn't luxury car, but it's very high-end for a low-end car. With the torque and tight turns, it's really fun to drive around town - I feel like I'm driving a go-kart around on city streets. It's not quite as good on the freeway, but it's not bad. I'm six and a half feet tall and my wife isn't all that much shorter, and it's still surprisingly spacious inside, I don't keep the slider all the way back. However, tall people up front does mean that the people in the back row have basically no space at all.
Love this car - never buy gas/oil/smog check again
I bought this car January 2015 assuming it is going to be our secondary car. Turns out its so much fun to drive that its used as our primary car, and we use the Honday Oddysee only when we need the extended range going on vacation, need more than 5 seats or transport bikes, or when second adult commutes to near by train station. At the rate it is going we are putting about 12k miles per year on the car, so I am glad I did not lease it. Update: May 2016 we replaced our Honda Odyssey with a Tesla Model X, and now the VW eGolf is our secondary car again. Still we put 25,000 miles on the eGolf in the last two and a half years and it is still a lot of fun to drive. Gas cars are still revving up behind me at the light when the immediate electric torque propels me forward continuously accelerating. My only gripe is that Volkswagen sold me the car with three years of remote phone access car-net service included and then two years in their sales people started harassing me Comcast / SiriusXM style to start paying $15/month for it. They are lying and harder to get rid of than toilet paper stuck to your shoe. Since tesla Model 3 comes out this July and has more range and a more honest business model I will probably trade the car in for that.
Time Delayed Charging Feature-Forced to Use CARNET
The ONLY gripe with this car is VW's insistence that one must use CARNET software interface to enable time delayed charging feature@!! Talk about greedy!! Once the free use period runs out, they will begin to charge to use this web interface. Why would VW set up the car to not be able to support Level II chargers which support time delayed charge start times?? The dealer was "uninformed" or unwilling to disclose the limitation.