We don’t know what’s taking Volkswagen so long but we’ve waited long enough to get the new redesigned Golf on the stateside. Apparently, we’re just weeks away from seeing the 2010 Volkswagen Golf in U.S. dealerships and pricing for the model has been revealed on Volkswagen’s website.
Previously known as the Rabbit, the 2010 Volkswagen Golf will start at $17,490 for the entry-level 170-hp 2.5L 2-door model. The 4-door model with the same engine will start at $19,190. Fuel-economy for both models is estimated at 22/30 mpg (city/highway).
At the 2009 New York Auto Show earlier this year, we saw the 2010 Volkswagen Golf TDI, which is powered by a 140-hp 2.0L 4-cylinder diesel engine. U.S. pricing will start at $21,990 for the 2-door TDI and $22,590 for the 4-door TDI. Estimated fuel-economy for the 2010 Golf TDI comes in at 29/40 mpg; however, the EPA’s website rates it at 30/42 mpg.
No word on the 2010 Volkswagen Golf GTI pricing – but we’ll let you know as soon as we find out.
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– By: Stephen Calogera
Source:Volkswagen (via AutoBlog)