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Volkswagen Golf SportWagen 2017

Volkswagen Golf SportWagen 2017

$356.00 / month

36 MONTHS   /   $0 DOWN   /   10000 MILES PER YEAR

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What's New for 2017

The Alltrack is a new variation of the existing Golf Sportwagen, featuring standard all-wheel drive, some extra ground clearance and more rugged styling.


The 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack is a new choice for those who'd prefer something other than an SUV. Travel to places like New England, Oregon and Colorado and you'll find scores of wagons about -- usually equipped with all-wheel drive and almost always produced by Subaru. That brand's Outback and Crosstrek in particular have become especially popular among those who want all-weather traction, ample cargo space, extra ground clearance for snow and light off-roading, and a lower roof than an SUV for lifting equipment onto roof racks.

The Alltrack is Volkswagen's attempt to tap into this increasingly popular sub-segment. It is essentially a Golf Sportwagen with all-wheel drive, more rugged styling and an extra 0.8 inch of ground clearance. The latter should help you clear some bigger rocks and snowier driveways, but at 6.3 total inches, falls well short of the greater clearance provided by Subaru and most compact SUVs. Even the ritzier Audi Allroad has notably more.

However, the Alltrack at least starts with better bones than its Subaru competitors. The Volkswagen Golf it's based on is superior to the Crosstrek's Impreza donor car, while the Golf Sportwagen body style the Alltrack shares is blessed with a relatively colossal cargo area that betters that of many compact SUVs. That stuff you had to put on the Crosstrek's roof might fit inside the Alltrack. At the same time, the Alltrack offers an elevated degree of refinement, comfort and performance that should nicely rival Subaru's bigger and pricier Outback.

So although we have yet to test the 2017 Alltrack and are still waiting on official features and specs, it seems like it has the ingredients for an appealing entry into the increasingly popular rugged wagon set. Stay tuned for more info.

What Features Will It Have?
Expect the Alltrack to be similarly equipped to the Golf Sportwagen. It'll have the same turbocharged 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine and it will even share the same S, SE and SEL trim level names. However, there will be key differences. The base S has 17-inch alloy wheels and leatherette premium vinyl upholstery (versus 15s and cloth in the Sportwagen) to go with the standard all-wheel drive, exterior body cladding, foglights, roof rails and an Off-Road mode that optimizes the traction control system for low traction. There is also an additional "Off-Road" menu display that shows a compass, steering angle and altitude. The Alltrack is also available with a brown leatherette upholstery option unavailable on other Golfs.

How Much and When Is It Available? 
The Golf Alltrack will go on sale in the fall of 2016. Expect pricing to be at least $2,000 north of correlating Golf Sportwagen trims.

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