Volkswagen Golf Hatchback Car Leasing & Contract Hire
1.0 TSI 110 SE (Nav) 5dr
1.4 TSI SE (Nav) 5dr DSG
2.0 TSI GTI 5dr
2.0 TSI GTI 5dr DSG
1.0 TSI 110 SE 5dr
1.6 TDI SE (Nav) 5dr
1.0 TSI 110 SE (Nav) 3dr
1.0 TSI 110 SE 3dr
1.4 TSI SE 5dr
1.6 TDI SE (Nav) 5dr DSG
1.4 TSI SE 3dr
Why Lease The Golf Hatchback?
With a great reputation as an all-rounder, drivers looking for a touch of class around town and on the wide open road will find themselves looking at the Volkswagen Golf as it continues to up its game against the likes of the Skoda Octavia, the Vauxhall Astra, Audi A3 and BMW 1 Series with updates and a range of fuel-efficient turbocharged engines.
Volkswagen Golf Key Features
• Great to drive
• Extensive standard equipment
• Huge range of engines to choose from
• Excellent MPG and emissions options
Comfort and Practicality
When it comes to ride comfort, the Volkswagen Golf is top of the tree against competitors, with that comfort increasing with trim. An adjustable driving position and well-positioned controls are there for the driver, along with a lot of front space all round. In the back, two adults can be seated extremely comfortably.
60/40 split seats allow more boot space of 1270 litres, and there is also extra storage space throughout the car. So plenty of space for a food shop, and the squareness of the boot allows for a fold-up baby buggy or set of golf clubs.
Seven airbags are fitted as standard to all versions, including full-length curtain airbags and a driver’s kneebag. Rear side airbags are available as an option on all five-door versions, and are worth considering if you regularly carry people in the back.
In its Euro NCAP crash test, the Volkswagen Golf was awarded the maximum five-star rating overall, and it also gained a Thatcham Security five-out-of-five for guarding against being stolen, and four-out-of-five for resisting being broken into.
Power & Performance
There's plenty of choice when it comes to engines, and besides petrol and diesel options with low CO2 emissions and impressive fuel economies, it also includes electric and hybrid versions. Smaller ones start with the 84bhp 1.0-litre three-cylinder (TSI) petrol engine and the 109bhp 1.0, followed by four-cylinder petrol models - the 123bhp 1.4 and the 148bhp 1.5-litre.
When it comes to diesel options, both the 113bhp 1.6 TDI and the 148bhp 2.0-litre are good performers, with the more powerful and quicker 182bhp 2 litre GTD version offering more power at a premium price.
Whatever power base you choose, with a VW Golf you know you are getting a secure, responsive, and predictable drive, with the GTI and R models exacerbating that sportiness.
Notable extras include:
• Discover Navigation Pro
• Alloy wheels
• Apple CarPlay
• Automatic lights and wipers
• Front and Rear parking sensors
• Adaptive cruise control