You can’t but fall in love with the latest raised, black-clad version of Volkswagen. Packed with elegant features and powerful engine, this wonderful edition is now available as the 2017 Golf Alltrack. The higher-redin’ wagon can be availed under $27, 000.
The base price for Alltrack S’s starts with $26, 670. However, that’s for the model with the six-speed manual transmission, which is due to arrive in the market. The base price for six-speed DSG automatic version is $27, 770. The latest edition includes a number of features such as power windows, power recline, power locks, backup camera, Bluetooth, HD radio, an eight-speaker audio system, and a 6.5-inch color display that can support Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. In addition to this, the new model is admired with other features including faux-aluminum pedals, LED running lamps, stainless-steel door sills, ambient lighting, and the Alltrack’s signature black fender trim, silver mirror caps, restyled bumpers, and 17-inch alloy wheels. Six months of Volkswagen Car-Net also comes standard, which allows for remote unlocking, telematics services and stolen vehicle tracking.
A raised ride height and an off-road driving mode with hill-descent control add more dimension to the normal 4Motuon all-wheel-drive system. The power guzzling 108-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine generates 170 horsepower and 199 lb-ft of torque. A bigger fuel tank also comes standard to make up the Alltrack’s efficiency loss over the standard SportWagen.
Available at $30,250 manual, $31,350 automatic, the Alltrack SE includes an upgraded Fender stereo, keyless entry with a panoramic sunroof, rain-sensing wipers, push-button start alongside heated windshield-washer nozzles. The Alltrack SEL ($33,710) is however automatic only. This top trim includes navigation, a 12-way power driver’s seat, 18-inch wheels, a power recline for the passenger, and dual-zone climate control.
Both the S and SE come standard with adaptive cruise control, forward-collision alert, automatic braking, front and real parking sensors with automatic parking available for $845 – a pretty solid deal indeed, However, the SEL comes with a pricier package that includes automatic high-beams, lane-keeping assist, adaptive bixenon headlights and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. The only rival in this class is the Subaru Crosstrek, which costs less and performs better, notes the experts from reputed auto body repairs center.
Key features that distinguish the Golf Alltrack from its contenders include a unique bumpers, wheel wells, side hills, body cladding, and a honeycomb grille. S and SE models include some key elements such as 17-inch allow wheels, while the range-topping SEL models boast of matte mirror caps, silver roof rails and 18-inch alloy wheels. Apart from the leatherette upholstery inside, the Golf Alltrack also includes an elegant brown leatherette element.
The newest infotainment system, with a standard rear-view camera, a 6.5-inch touch screen, and VW CAR-Net App-Connect connectivity comes standard, allowing the owners to connect their phone with car via Andriod Auto, MirrorlLink and Apple CarPlay. The steering feels great on hand, making your ride all dreamy and breezy. With a full suite of active safety features, the Golf Alltrack is really a great car that is defined with both style and functionality.
Overall the car looks impressive. However, for any repair and servicing, you can call the local auto body repair Greensboro service providers or take your car to their store.
Author Bio: Alena Brown is a car enthusiast and previously she has been working with some of the good names in the world of Volkswagen. Her recent article talks about the extraordinary features and qualities of the classy 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack.