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The Legendary Golf Takes on New Forms

With More Models Than Ever, the 2019 Golf Lineup has Something for Everyone

The legendary Volkswagen Golf hatchback has been a popular model in the Warner Robins area for decades, but lately you might have noticed several different models and even body styles wearing the Golf badge. With two wagons, two turbocharged hot hatches, and the standard Golf all now wearing the Golf moniker, how do you differentiate them from one another? Jeff Smith Volkswagen is here to help you do just that.

The standard Golf is the practical, all-around daily driver you know and love. With a modest turbocharged engine and 37 mpg, it delivers plenty of practicality and enough usable performance to be both fun and functional without breaking the bank.

Compare that to the Golf GTI, which features a larger engine and a bigger turbo to produce 228 horsepower, as well as a sport-tuned suspension for improved handling and you’ve got arguably the most popular hot hatch of all time.

But Volkswagen wasn’t done, and the 288-horsepower, all-wheel drive Golf R is proof of that. Complete with a track mode and performance suspension and brake packages, the Golf R is a high performance sports car with enough cargo space for all your groceries.

However, if your vehicle needs skew less toward race tracks and more toward practicality, the Golf Sportwagen might be for you. This stretched Golf is technically a wagon, and the extra space in the rear is perfect for your camping, sports, or even golf (pun intended) equipment.

And finally, the most practical Golf model is the all-wheel drive Golf AllTrack. Featuring the same wagon design of the Sportwagen and adding the capability of VW’s 4MATIC all-wheel drive system makes the AllTrack the perfect Golf for your adventurous lifestyle.

How Do You Take Your Golf?

Whether you’re after the practical or the sporty take on the Volkswagen Golf, you can find what you’re looking for at our dealership. Take your new Golf for a test drive and experience it for yourself today.

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