2003 Volkswagen Golf Owner's Manual

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2003 Volkswagen Golf Owner's Manual

Stylish and sporty
Externally the Golf GTI largely retains the features of its titled ancestor – the VW Golf V. Only the honeycomb-shaped grille, the rear spoiler, the black sill extensions and the exhaust system with a twin tailpipe allow the unsophisticated motorist to recognize the Golf GTI.

The basic version of the Golf GTI has 17-inch alloy wheels. Thanks to that it is not only attractive in appearance, but also stable on the road. If you want to give the car an even more energetic look, you can install 18-inch alloy wheels on it.

The noble Golf GTI sporty has a corresponding steering wheel: ergonomic, compact and very stylish. The high-quality perforated leather in the arm zone and the GTI logo give it its characteristic touch. For those looking for more comfort, there is a multifunctional version with radio and car radio controls.

The high backrests with integrated adjustable headrests as well as the solid sides make you feel like you’re in the cockpit of a sports car. The height adjustment and lumbar support make it easy for you to find a comfortable position.

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