Comparing the Volkswagen Golf Alltrack With Our Competitors

The all-new 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack is designed to tackle everything in its wake. It can handle rain, mud, rocks and the drive over the Sepulveda Pass with ease and comfort. The 4MOTION all-wheel drive system comes with drive modes, including off-road mode, to get the Alltrack where it needs to go.

San Fernando Valley consumers are picky and want something that can do the same – even with more space and utility. Our customers have been looking at the Audi Allroad and Volvo XC60 in comparison to the Golf Alltrack. Let us see how they stack up with each other.

 

 

Volkswagen Golf Alltrack

Audi Allroad

Volvo XC60 T5 AWD

Engine (Standard)

1.8 Liter turbocharged I-4 – 170 HP

2.0 Liter turbocharged I-4 – 252 HP

2.0 Liter turbocharged I-4 – 240 HP

Combined Fuel Economy

25 MPG

25 MPG

24 MPG

Curb Weight

3422 lbs.

3825 lbs.

4092 lbs.

Ground Clearance

6.65 inches

6.5 inches

9.1 inches

Cargo Space (Rear Seat down)

66.5 cu. Ft.

58.5 cu. Ft.

67.4 cu. Ft.

Base Price

$26,950

$44,000

$42,950

 

The first thing that comes to mind is how light the Golf Alltrack is, as well as being accommodating and affordable. That is not all. The Golf Alltrack comes in three trim levels – S, SE and SEL, offering an array of standard equipment and safety features to keep it going through its paces.

You can see the all-new Golf Alltrack at Volkswagen Van Nuys. Come for a test drive and check out our deals for this exciting new all-around vehicle.