VW Golf GTI Cabrio UK Price

Volkswagen dropped the pricing details for the new Golf GTI Cabrio, and it starts at £29,310 RRP OTR for the manual version and rising to £30,610 for the DSG. They are now taking orders for early July delivery, just in time for summer time and open-top motoring season.

The Cabrio is identical to the hatchback GTI technically. It gets the same 210 PS 2.0 liter engine, and the performance is roughly the same as well. The Cario’s party piece is of course the soft top. he hood, which can be folded away in just 9.5 seconds, even while travelling at speeds of up to 18 mph, has a black lining, while the roof pillar trims are also finished in black.

For those who want a Golf Cabrio like now now now, VW offers pretty interesting finance deals on normal Cabrio models. The Golf Cabriolet S 1.2-litre TSI is available with aSolutions PCP package from Volkswagen Finance for £189 per month, with zero per cent APR up to 3 years or 30,000 miles servicing for only £99.


Golf GTi Details:

Living up to this name, the Golf GTI Cabriolet has all the classic design cues.  The radiator grille has a honeycomb structure with red edging and GTI badge, while the front bumper incorporates a deep honeycomb air dam and distinctive fog lights.  Side sill extensions help give the GTI a wide, well-planted stance, while a bespoke rear diffuser is framed by a chrome tailpipe on either side.  Smoked LED tail lights complete the look, along with standard 18-inch ‘Monza Shadow’ alloy wheels.

Inside, and under the insulated fully automatic electrically powered roof are four seats covered in the classic tartan ‘Jacara’ cloth upholstery; ‘Vienna’ leather upholstery is optional.  The bespoke GTI multifunction steering wheel is wrapped in leather, as are the handbrake and gear lever gaiter, all finished with contrasting red stitching.  The pedals have brushed stainless steel caps, while there are black ‘Edge’ decorative inlays on the doors and facia.

It’s no surprise that at the heart of the range-topping cabriolet is the same 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine found in the GTI hatchback, mated to either a standard six-speed manual gearbox or optional six-speed dual-clutch DSG gearbox and producing 210 PS.  The benchmark zero to 62 mph sprint is covered in 7.3 seconds with either transmission, while top speed is 147 mph (146 DSG).  Combined fuel consumption is 37.2 mpg (36.7 DSG), with CO2 emissions of 177 g/km (180 DSG).

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