We’re almost done test-driving the 2010 Volkswagen Golf TDI for the week and today we’re giving you a look around the inside.
The inside of the 2010 Golf TDI screams quality and design throughout. In fact, we think the Golf has the best interior design and quality of all the vehicles in this segment. All Golf models start out with 8-way manually adjustable sports seats at the front, which include two-way adjustable lumbar support, and adjustable head restraints. The rear seats have 60/40 split folding capability for extra cargo space when needed. Both the front and rear seats come standard with Volkswagen’s “Me2” cloth fabric, with heated seats available as an option.
Our test-model comes with a $1,750 touchscreen navigation, a $1,000 power sunroof, $199 for the Bluetooth connectivity and heated seats for $225. Buyers can also add a Dynaudio 300W amp and audio system for an extra $476.
As always, feel free to ask us questions about the 2010 Volkswagen Golf TDI in the comments section after the jump. We’ll answer as many as we can.
2010 Volkswagen Golf TDI (Weekly Test-Drive):
– By: Omar Rana
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