Full review of Used Volkswagen Golf Estate What Car?

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The Golf Estate’s boot is reasonable rather than It’s easy to extend it by lowering the split rear but it won’t take all the clutter fits into rivals the Ford Focus. The Focus offers more head- and for rear seat passengers.

Up though, there are no such Build quality is excellent at least on this generation of the VW’s classy interior leads the way. The Golf gets a good deal, thanks to big, comfortable, seats and steering that for both rake and reach.

As a long-distance cruiser, the Golf is in its element and it rides well on the It’s not so impressive on country where there’s too much and body roll, but things with a little weight on — no bad thing in an estate.

safety is good, with a Euro NCAP rating and security.

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rare used, as it’s more expensive than or Astra. 1.9 diesel is best

Keighley

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Unless you intend to haul heavier than the weekly and exist largely on a diet of then the weedy 74bhp 1.4 and 67bhp 1.9 SDI diesel should be particularly in entry-level E trim.

Bigger petrols include a unit, 1.8-litre turbos and a V5. However, the best engine in the estate isn’t petrol-powered. go for the 130bhp TDI PD diesel, introduced in 2001.

In general, you’re off going for as late a model as At the end of 2001, VW improved the ride and while spec and trim improved in May 2002: S models their electric sunroof in of air-con, for example.

Overall, our spec is SE, which features a trip computer and cruise


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Slow means it’s behind price-wise, so good value

Ruppert

Used car guru

down a good example may a a little while, as the Golf never got close to matching the in terms of popularity. For that it can be cheaper to buy than the hatch, but it still be more expensive a Ford Focus or Vauxhall estate.

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Service intervals are 12 months or 10,000 miles, is par for the course, but you may well find the more expensive. At a VW dealer, find that their rates are slightly above the average. Independent experts are a more expensive than Ford counterparts, too.

At least robust security keep the Golf’s insurance down. Only the 1.8 turbo and 2.3 V5 be classified as expensive, attracting 14 and 15 ratings.

The V5 will also you suffer at fuel pumps, as it only 27mpg in auto The most economical model in the is the 56mpg 110bhp TDI; the version still offers a respectable 51mpg.

Trade

Quite rare used, as much more expensive Focus or Astra. 1.9 diesel is

Martin Keighley

Valuations

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The biggest expense you are likely to is if the timing belt goes on the petrol engine. It needs to be every 70,000 miles; you risk replacing the entire The ignition coil on this is also prone to failure.

The aren’t fault-free, either. turbochargers can result in a loss of while faulty ECUs can similar problems, plus a in fuel economy. These really need clean oil to properly, so if you see clouds of black or the owner can’t quite put finger on that full history, walk away.

and manual gearboxes can give too, so check both out on your test drive. check online at www.vosa.gov.uk for information — estate built in May and June 2000 had a seat security issue.

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