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The Volkswagen Golf Estate Blue motion model goes on sale

 In a look today at some of the most recent vehicle releases to go on sale to the general public we see the grand launch of the all new Golf Estate Blue motion model which is available to purchase right now.


Over the years the Golf has proven to be one of the more popular cars from the Volkswagen line up, it has had many different variations some of which include the Golf R and of course this brand new welcome addition of the Estate version of the car. As to whether this Golf will prove to be just as successful as the original remains to be seen however, if you're looking for something just as enjoyable to drive and something that is great for the whole family then this brand new Golf Estate could be ideal for you.


Why should you buy a Volkswagen Golf Estate Blue Motion?

Well if we look at potential rivals for this Golf Estate car, we see the Skoda Ocatvia estate up there along side the Kia Ceed sportswagen aswell as other vehicles from the likes of Ford and others. In regards to what exactly this car can do when it comes down to the power aspect and performance rates, expect this car to reach top speeds of 124 miles per hour with just over half of that speed at 62mph being reached in a time of eleven seconds flat.109 units of brake horse power is produced and of course every rate mentioned here is developed from a 1.6 litre four cylinder turbo diesel engine. This front wheel drive vehicle also benefits from a standard six speed transmission system.


What will it cost to own a Volkswagen Golf Estate?

The official price that comes along with this brand new Golf Estate model comes in at a total sum of £22,165. As for owning one of these models many already do as this car is available for purchase right now. So, what are you waiting for? Could this be the car for you and will you be purchasing one of these Volkswagen Variations?