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  • 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI S w/Sunroof in Dark Blue
    12,388 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
    Great Deal

    $11,999

  • 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI SE in Dark Blue
    30,802 miles
    1 Accident, 1 Owner, Lease
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    $12,696

    $3,157 Below Market
  • 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI S in Dark Blue
    27,232 miles
    No accidents, 2 Owners, Corporate Fleet
    Great Deal

    $10,999

    $2,201 Below Market
  • 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI S in Black
    90,125 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Corporate Fleet
    Great Deal

    $7,401

    $2,073 Below Market
  • 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI SE in White
    30,939 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
    Great Deal

    $13,382

    $2,086 Below Market
  • 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI S in Dark Blue
    71,628 miles
    No accidents, 2 Owners, Rental Use
    Great Deal

    $9,950

    $1,024 Below Market
  • 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI S w/Sunroof in Dark Blue
    29,308 miles
    Lemon history, 1 Owner, Corporate Fleet

    $11,999

  • 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI S w/Sunroof in Black
    48,104 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
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    $11,750

    $1,556 Below Market
  • 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI S w/Sunroof in Black
    17,296 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Corporate Fleet
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    $14,294

    $537 Below Market
  • 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI SE in Black
    20,295 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
    Fair Deal

    $16,500

    $247 Below Market
  • 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI S w/Sunroof in Gray
    27,667 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Corporate Fleet
    Fair Deal

    $14,995

    $265 Below Market
  • 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI S w/Sunroof in Dark Blue
    41,761 miles
    No accidents, 2 Owners, Corporate Fleet
    Good Deal

    $12,746

    $863 Below Market
  • 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI S in White
    31,232 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
    Good Deal

    $12,988

    $541 Below Market
  • 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI SE in Dark Blue
    31,752 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
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    $14,834

    $608 Below Market
  • 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI S in Dark Blue
    37,600 miles
    1 Accident, 1 Owner, Lease
    Fair Deal

    $11,995

    $235 Below Market
  • 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI SE in Dark Blue
    45,170 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
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    $13,988

    $1,397 Below Market
  • 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI S in Black
    79,651 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Corporate Fleet
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    $9,500

    $967 Below Market
  • 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI S in White
    55,020 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
    Good Deal

    $11,999

    $812 Below Market

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This is a fantastic automobile
Camden Porta,04/11/2016
TSI S 4dr Hatchback (1.8L 4cyl Turbo 5M)
The 2016 Volkswagen Golf TSI S 4-door hatchback equipped with the 5-speed manual transmission is truly a great car. I chose the model without the sunroof for the reason that it costs around $1,000 more for that model, and the sunroof was not worth it for me. Starting with the exterior, the Golf looks sporty yet refined (not as bold as the GTI, yet still retains some sportiness). The standard 15" Lyon wheels look good, and the 195/65 tires transmit almost zero road noise, which makes the ride very quiet and comfortable, especially when coupled with the suspension setup. The four-door model offers plenty of space as well. I am 6' 3", and with the driver's seat in my setting, I have 1.5"-2" of leg room in the back seat, which is more than I have in most sedans which outsize the Golf considerably. The hatchback design also allows for a ton of cargo room, which is great when compared to sedans. The door panels are tight and make a solid "thunk" when closed. The halogen lights on the Golf are good (the lighting package cannot be had on this trim, an $1,100 option) and give you good visibility at night. I was surprised that the signals on the mirrors are LEDs, and the Golf has heated mirrors standard (great for the northern folks). Moving to the interior, the Golf's seating surfaces are a sort of cloth, but it is thick and durable, not like that found in a Toyota or Honda. The steering wheel is the same as the one found in the GTI model, leather-wrapped and having a flat bottom, which is very comfortable and feels great. The gauge cluster is very appealing, with easy-to-read font and a well-spaced layout. The steering wheel controls allow the menus to be navigated easily on the mini-screen between the tachometer and speedometer. This moves me to one of my favorite aspects about the car, and that is the Volkswagen Infotainment System. I have driven many cars (Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Toyota, Honda, Porsche, and many more) and this is one of the top systems I have ever used. This is because it is simple, yet loaded with useful features that other vehicles lack. For instance, the VW system offers Apple Carplay and Android Auto, which essentially converts the screen to appear just like the phone you are using. It also has a wealth of vehicle information, such as MPGs, a ThinkBlue Trainer (which measures how much fuel the drivers' style saves or loses), and much more. This system arguably works better than vehicles with price tags double or triple of my Golf ($21,495). In the glove box, there are outlets for three SD cards and a CD player as well. In the center stack there are the USB and AUX input jacks for your telephone. The Golf also has three 12V power outlets, one by the E-brake, one in the center arm-rest, and one in the right side of the trunk. This allows for plenty of charging of any devices. The seats in the Golf are not as supportive as those found in the GTI, but they do the job. They are manually adjusting for forward/backward and height, but the backrest is electric for whatever reason (I found that rather odd) However, the overall quality of the interior is good. You can tell the quality of the materials used is economical, but altogether it is pretty good for the price point. Mechanically, the engine in this vehicle was one of the reasons I chose to go with the Golf. For the price point, you get the most power (170 hp, 200 lb-ft tq) and it is fantastic. The engine sounds great when it is revved up to around 5-6 thousand RPMs, and it does not sound annoying like some inline-4 cylinder turbos of today do. The 5-speed manual transmission is great as well, it is smooth, and the clutch is firm, which I like. The windows in the Golf are all auto up and down, and the actuators work well and do not feel/sound cheap at all. Driving the car is a blast. Though it is front wheel drive, there is virtually no torque-steer under full acceleration, and this car takes corners like a champ, despite the 195/65 tires. There are also many different accessories available for the Golf to make it an even better car than I have described it to be here. Overall, I give this car a 5/5 for the power, value, build quality, and overall fit-and-finish.
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