2016 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen Woodland Hills, CA

 

 


Performance

It may be a wagon in the back, but it’s a turbocharged fun-to-drive Golf in the front.


Connectivity

New MIB II infotainment system features USB port, big touchscreen and VW Car-Net App-Connect.


Versatility

With the rear seats folded down and the cargo floor secured, you’ve got 66.5 cubic feet of space to work with.


Utility

Features like the roof rails and 12V plus 115V power outlets in the cargo area make you the king of the road.



Rearview camera

Standard rearview camera makes backing up and maneuvering safer and more convenient.


Driver assistance

Adaptive cruise control, collision warning, autonomous braking, lane assist, blind spot monitor and park assist are available.

 

Turbocharged Golf in the front, wagon in the back

The SportWagen is the Golf for people who need more space. But that doesn’t mean you have to drive a big, sluggish SUV. With the SportWagen, you get all the fun and maneuverability of the Golf, just MORE of it. Business in the back, party in the front would be another way of putting it. And this year Volkswagen has added some cool new technology to the mix. With the new MIB II infotainment system, you can use the USB port and VW Car-Net App-Connect features to put your smartphone apps right in the dash.

If you’re reading this, it’s probably because you’re looking for a car with more space. Besides seating for five, the SportWagen has 66.5 cubic feet of cargo space. But there’s more to it than that. The designers at Volkswagen really have thought of everything. If you can’t fit it in the trunk, you can put it on the roof. There are all kinds of modular accessories for the included roof rails. And if it needs to be plugged in, there are 12V plus 115V outlets in the cargo area as well.

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It's already packed with new technology

Before you ever load up the SportWagen, it already comes loaded with new technology trickled down from Volkswagen’s luxury cars. For 2016 the rearview camera is now standard. No more guessing games when backing up or maneuvering in tight spaces with your precious cargo. And the list of available driver assistance features is impressive: adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning and autonomous emergency braking, lane departure warning, blind spot monitor with rear traffic alert and park distance control.

We know, we know; cargo space has never looked so good. If you can see yourself in the versatile Golf SportWagen, come and see us at Woodland Hills VW in Woodland Hills CA, and we’ll make it happen.