A new Volkswagen Golf model has made an appearance this year, and we are thrilled. Not only has the Volkswagen Golf been one of the most successful vehicles in the lineup since it’s arrival, but the recent additions of the SportWagen and Alltrack models have made the vehicle more capable and versatile than ever before. Check out the differences between the 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack and SportWagen models here, and schedule your test drive appointment online.
The Golf Sportwagen has been around since 2015, and many drivers have been enjoying the extra cargo space and capability that the hatchback has to offer. When you can combine style and function in a vehicle that gets great fuel economy ratings, you get a winner like the SportWagen. So, what makes the Alltrack different?
2017 Golf Alltrack With Standard 4Motion AWD
While the 4Motion all-wheel drive system is available as an option on the Golf SportWagen, it’s a standard feature on the new 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack. Built with the intention of adding a little rugged personality to the Golf lineup, the Alltrack with 4Motion all-wheel drive can send 50% of its torque to the rear wheels whenever the vehicle detects a loss of traction. The Alltrack’s Driving Mode Selector also allows you to utilize Off-Road Mode whenever you need a boost to your traction and better hill descent control.
One big difference in the look of the Alltrack is the addition of an inch of ground clearance. This might not sound like much, but this coupled with the added standard capability gives the Alltrack just a little extra confidence for when you drive on the wild side.
Test Drive the 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack in Paterson NJ
If you’d like to take an up close and personal look at the 2017 Golf Alltrack, give us a call or schedule a test drive appointment on our site. We have a constantly-updated online inventory and tools available to help you get started on the financing process at Joe Heidt Motors Corp.