Volkswagen Golf Plus Owner's Manuals
The Golf Plus is a subcompact van from the German manufacturer was introduced in 2004. The car combines the characteristics of the family Tiguan and the traditional Golf.
The exterior has also received changes. The Golf Plus is distinguished by new optics and LED lights. The restyled model has a slightly different grille. The headlights are quite massive with pointed corners to the grille, which gives the car a restrained and cautious design. The rails on the trunk got new lines.
Car enthusiasts appreciate the high level of noise isolation, the average rigidity of the suspension and fairly stable brakes.
The large windshield with triangular inserts on the sides improves the driver’s visibility. There are eight ventilation deflectors on the front console.
The powertrain range includes 1.4, 1.6 and 2-liter atmospheric engines. Among the diesel engines, apart from the 1.6-liter, there are engines with a displacement of 2 and 1.9 liters. The power units are supported by a no less rich choice of transmissions: manual, robot or automated transmission.
The restyled model has a three-spoke steering wheel, as well as a new climate control system. The red backlighting has been replaced by a white one.
The car differs from its predecessors in a slightly modified design, improved interior, as well as a fairly spacious interior. The luggage compartment increases due to the possibility of folding the rear row of seats. The car is 9.5 cm higher than the original. Plus in the name indicates just the increased size.