Is this Diesel Golf 7 the perfect Golf?
You can’t go wrong with a used VW Golf 7. This silver 1.6 TDI with few kilometers and the “Weltauto” seal is hard to beat!
He fits thanks to his inconspicuous paint color as much to the owner of an advertising agency as to the financial officer. Plus, it’s so easy to sell again. Of the 116 hp Strength TDI under the hood drives the Wolfsburg sufficiently nimble forward. But above all, it fulfills them Emission standard Euro 6D Temp – the next owner doesn’t have to detour Diesel driving ban zones making out. The car is called accident-free and checkbook maintained and has TÜV until October 2021.
This Golf is almost like new
The advertised Golf appears to be in excellent condition. There are hardly any signs of use.
The “Comfortline” bringsquite a bit Furnishing With. The list includes a navigation system, Automatic climate control, Seat heating, Bluetooth, CD, MP3 and alloy wheels. Switching is done manually. This means that the DSG, which is comfortable but maintenance-intensive and potentially error-prone in the long term, is not on board. The 16,750 euros (included value added tax and warranty) on the price tag do not appear to be a bargain at first glance, but it costs a lot at least 6000 euros less as a new car. He’s not far from this status, because the speedometer just reads 17,000 kilometers. For this purpose, the dealer advertises the when “World car“, which had to prove its excellent maintenance condition in a strict check. Manufacturer guarantee he also has.
In addition to strengths, the Golf 7 has a few weaknesses
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* Further information on the official fuel consumption and the official specific CO2 emissions and, if applicable, the power consumption of new cars can be found in the “Guide to Official Fuel Consumption”, which is available free of charge at all sales outlets and from “Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH” (www .dat.de).