The VW Golf Estate Variant is actually a wagon version of the latest Golf. Which means, the Golf Estate Variant is long, and has a larger capacity space under the hatch, at a maximum of 1,495 liters of cargo capacity. The look is basically Golf-style, but this rear fascia is special for the Golf Estate Variant.
The new Golf Estate will be available with a selection of petrol (TSI) and diesel (TDI) engines. Diesel output ranges from 105 hp to 140 hp while engine displacement range from 1.6L to 2.0L. Petrol engines deliver outputs ranging from 122 hp to 160 hp, at engine displacements from 1.4L to 2.0L. A total of six engine choices will be available and all six meet the new Euro-5 emissions standard. Engines are mated to a standard 5-speed manual, or an optional twin-clutch 6-speed DSG semi-automatic transmission.
The base price of the new Golf Estate in Germany, including standard equipment; ESP, six airbags, daytime running lights, roof railing, power windows all around, upshift indicator, power and heated outside mirrors, 1/3 to 2/3 split folding rear bench seat and seatback, central locking with RF remote control, climate control, and MP3 player connectivity is €18,500 ($25,698 USD). Buyers of the 2010 Volkswagen Golf Estate will be able to pick from three trim-levels including Trendline, Comfortline and Highline.
Source : [Volkswagen]