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2018 Volkswagen Golf Sportwagen 4Motion: Five things to know

The 2018 VW Sportwagen takes everything we love about the Volkswagen Golf and gives us a little bit more. Here are 5 things you need to know. Read the full review –

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  • CaliforniaMISC
    October 15, 2018

    what about 1.4 L engine

  • Dan Bui
    October 15, 2018

    what about longevity?

  • maximua78
    October 15, 2018

    Guys, keep writing but find presenters and you will get higher number of views and subscriptions to your channel.
    Really like your material across the board, but presenters (again – across the board…) are far from being pleasant to watch, unfortunately.
    Look around (don't want to name channels here) and you will see a vast difference in # of views on essentially the same cars being reviewed by people lacking the knowledge but just looking better on camera.

  • Melvin Ray Spence III
    October 15, 2018

    uh the 1.8L turbo…they still make those???? How high does the tach have to be before the real power kicks in???

  • Ray Martin
    October 15, 2018

    But will it cheat on the emissions test?? What to soon? Hahaha….jk.

  • Rob L.
    October 15, 2018

    So is this like the Subaru Impreza wagon while the Alltrack is like the Crosstrek?

  • Keye Haze
    October 15, 2018

    What's the difference between this and that all-track ?? A 1 cm lift??

  • Chris McManus
    October 15, 2018

    I couldn’t buy a VW without a TDI engine…it just isn’t the same

  • FastLikeUNO
    October 16, 2018

    I manual in a wagon? How niche can you get VW???

  • B HM
    October 16, 2018

    Halogen headlights. No. No. No. no. No!

  • Dan W
    October 16, 2018

    Digging around, apparently the DSG makes 199lb-ft of torque while the manual is tuned to 184 to protect that transmission.

  • Miguel Angel Medina Rise
    October 16, 2018

    #6 Not coming to US

  • Russell C
    October 16, 2018

    I remember when a Jetta was a four door Golf, as a sedan. So this vehicle name confuses me, isn't this a station wagon Jetta? Not to confuse, it's a good vehicle as reviewed. I'd pick something similar in idea over a CUV any day. Just the naming seems off.

  • Mike Nelson
    October 22, 2018

    Can you check a box for reliability? That would be a helpful feature add on a VW.

  • Carefree6714
    December 25, 2018

    Great review! I bought a 2018 SportwagenS 4Motion this last July. I commute 50mi each way to work so I have 11K+ already and knock wood, not a single issue. I came back to VW after 14 years with Volvo— this is my 4th new VW in my driving life. It was hard to come back for several reasons, i.e., the VW PR problems, the safety confidence I had with Volvo. However, I was not going to pay Volvo the $50K+ this car would have cost me with them. No way. I’m calling this “The Poor Man’s Volvo”. It’s the first AWD car I’ve ever owned and of course we’ve only had 1 snow storm so far in Connecticut. I took it out into 5-6 inches of unplowed snow, with the original equipment tires no snows, and this car is freaking crazy sick great in the snow! I live in the hills of Litchfield County and I’m telling you, I had to pull or sorts of momentum tactics to get up the hills to our house with FWD in the past. I would have to somehow hit the last 45 degree turn at like 20mph without sliding to the side to have enough speed to get up the last hill. If it wasn’t plowed it would take several attempts, many times sliding back down the freaking hill, hoping the damn plow wasn’t coming— or anyone else for that matter— who was going to kill me. All that WITH 4 snows. This freaking car was like— I could have been ASLEEP— like a billy goat climbing on top of the barn roof. NO FREAKING PROBLEM! Honest to Pete I was laughing it was so effortless. No snow driving skills required with this car! I literally started at the bottom of steep hills from a dead stop— this car is a unreal. I thought I was going to put 4 snows on her— NOT NECESSARY! Needless to say I couldn’t be more pleased with this car. Anyone in snow country thinking about AWD here it is. I know Subaru has the loyal following, and believe me I test drove them, but I just can’t stand their styling. Nor their driving/handling. Just too pedestrian on all counts. I have many friends who’ve driven Subs for years and wouldn't drive anything else— but they can keep them. This car is like a little Audi— and get this: I too got $5200 off sticker, which was only $26+ to begin with. Had to go to Massachusetts to find a base model w/ 4Motion but who cares— took a day to get her, register her in CT & in my garage. Looks like a much more expensive car, not that I care, but it’s a chic little wagon. My only VW gripe is that it has none of the new safety features that are pretty much standard on all cars now, i.e., blind spot, auto braking, etc. But what the heck— all I wanted was the 4Motion and I wasn’t going to go to the Alltrack for another $10K+ to get all that. This is still the best kept secret value, in my book. I hope to have it for many years!

  • Joe Petro
    January 15, 2019

    got my 2017 for $22k new. I love it after a year and a half and nearly 30k miles. Another thing to note, the 4 motion sportwagens (including the alltrack) come in a 6 speed manual or 6 speed DSG automatic where the FWD models have a 5 speed manual or 5 speed regular automatic, which also sweetens the deal!

  • Nick Chavez
    September 23, 2019

    Should have made 4motion standard in all models. Like audi?.

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