To be honest VW doesn’t really need all that marketing effort to sell the Golf, because that car is the first option every one who’s shopping for a hatchback considers!
Nevertheless, they graciously increased the value for money of the Golf VI by adding the Match trim level to its range.
The Match treatments include a lot of value-added equipments worth over 1,600 Pounds, but it will only add 300 Pounds to the price of the car. It replaces the SE trim and can be ordered with all of the engines including a new Bluemotion 2.0 liter.
The list equipments for this car include ABS, ESP, seven airbags, Climatic air conditioning, alarm, cruise control and multi-device interface for connectivity to iPod or MP3 player, the Match adds unique 16-inch ‘Croft’ alloy wheels, a leather multifunction steering wheel, DAB digital radio receiver, Bluetooth system, front and rear parking sensors and an RCD 510 touchscreen stereo with six-disc CD autochanger.
As for the engines, there is a 1.4-litre TSI petrol with 122 PS, a 1.6-litre TDI 105 PS or a 2.0-litre TDI with 140 PS, plus a 140 PD 2.0 liter TDI Bluemotion. Pricing for the base 1.4 three-door model starts form £17,730.