Used 2017 Volkswagen e-Golf Pricing

List Price $30,495 - $36,995
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2017 Highlights

A new lithium-ion battery for 2017 yields a higher energy capacity and, therefore, a significant bump in driving range, from 83 miles to 125 miles. An upgraded electric motor also increases horsepower and torque. A 7.2-kW onboard charger is now standard, enabling six-hour charging times when using a 240-volt charging station. Finally, there are some extra standard features and a new Limited Edition trim level, and the 2017 e-Golf gets the same updated styling as the regular 2018 Golf.
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  • Looks and drives more like a typical car than other EVs
  • Premium interior materials
  • Plenty of trunk space
  • Comfortable and quiet ride


  • Limited availability
  • Not as many features for your money
  • Less cargo and storage capacity, too
  • Less electric range than other EVs

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Used 2017 Volkswagen e-Golf for Sale

Volkswagen e-Golf 2017 SE 4dr Hatchback (electric DD) White Silver Metallic Titan Black cloth0
Used 2017Volkswagen e-GolfSE
Est.Loan: $589/mo
Volkswagen e-Golf 2017 SE 4dr Hatchback (electric DD) Deep Black Pearl Titan Black cloth0
Used 2017Volkswagen e-GolfSE
Est.Loan: $589/mo
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Our experts like the e-Golf models:

Intelligent Crash Response System

Automatically engages the brakes after an accident, turns off the fuel pump, unlocks the doors and activates the hazard lights.
Lane Keeping Assist

Detects and warns you when you're drifting out of your lane; it can take steering action if necessary.
Forward Collision Warning

Warns you about an imminent collision with an object ahead. Can automatically apply the brakes if necessary.

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Great car
Great car, which is only beat by Tesla’s Model 3.

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