- 37,000 Miles
- Year Built: 2017(17)
Here we have a Stunning Top of the Range, Face-lift MK 7.5, Volkswagen Golf R 4Motion (All Wheel Drive), 5 Door, Manual, finished in the Aggressive but stunning cost option Deep Pearl Black with the Black R Embroidered Cloth Sports Seats. First registered 27th May 2017 (17 Registration), 37,000 miles and 2 Private Owners since new.
This example was the Facelift Mk7.5 model with 310Ps/400Nm (up from the old 297bhp), twinned with the Driver orientated 6 Speed Manual Gearbox meaning 0-62 is seen off in a very brisk 5.1 Seconds and a claimed 40Mpg. You can no longer order this power Golf R anymore, new one restricted back to 300bhp and now no longer available in a manual! These cars used offer sensational value for money.
Outside see’s subtle changes with New LED Headlights/Tail lights with Sweeping Indicators and Revised Bumper Design. However inside is a more dramatic change with the New 12.3″ Hi-Res Virtual Cockpit and LCD Infotainment System.
The Golf R is already the Top of the Range and has a very high spec, Cost Options over standard spec Include:
- Discover Pro Touch Screen Navigation with App Connect (£1,325)
- 19″ Pretoria Alloy Wheels (£995)
- Pearl Effect Paint (£575)
- Privacy Glass (£95)
- Carpet Mat Set (£87)
- That’s £3,077 in options, giving a list price of over £35,000 New!
Standard Spec Includes:
- Unique R Styling Package Re-designed for MK7.5, including bumpers and Side Skirts
- Gloss Black Lower Skirt Package
- XDSPlus Electronic Differential Lock
- R Sports Suspension
- R Performance Braking System
- Gloss Black Exterior Detailing
- Quad Oval Exhaust System
- R Embossed Sports Front Seats
- Heated Front Seats
- Carbon Touch Dash Inserts
- Ambient Lighting
- R Sports Multi Function Steering Wheel
- 12.3″ TFT Colour Active Info Display (Virtual Cockpit) with various Trip Computers
- Colour Touch Screen Multi Media System
- Satellite Navigation
- Digital Radio (DAB)
- Adaptive Cruise Control
- 2 Zone Digital Climate Control
- Air Con
- Electric Windows
- Electric Folding Mirrors
- Front and Rear Park Sensors with Visual Display
- R Door Sill Trims
- Fitted Carpet Mats
Full Volkswagen Service History , May 18 @9,823 Miles, Nov 18 @18,809 Miles, Jun 19 @27,806 Miles, and Service Just completed Feb 20 @39,920 Miles. VW Factory Warranty Until May 2020.
All of our sales cars undergo an Inspection before being placed on sale, a pre-delivery workshop check is also carried out before a car leaves us for its new owner and a HPI Clear Certificate is also provided too of course.
Call the Showroom on 01384 442369, or Andy 07769 298268 for further Information or to arrange a viewing.
Finance packages available for Business users and Private purchasers that can be tailored to suit your Individual requirements.
Part Exchanges welcome too of course.
“What the Press Say”
Should I buy one? – Yes, you should. Very few cars offer this kind of sophisticated all-round package, with brutal performance and everyday usability and, to top it all, a digestible price tag. To call it an astonishing all-rounder might sound like damning it with faint praise, but it really isn’t. It has the dynamic qualities of sports cars that cost many times more, and it’s as practical as, er, a Golf.
What’s it like to drive? – Like the old one, and absolutely brilliant. One of the many clever things about the R is that it has such a duality of personality. Indeed, drive off normally and it can be difficult to see what the attraction is from a real enthusiast’s perspective: it’s completely undemanding, comfortable, light to the touch and quiet. A long, and dull, journey, completed primarily in ‘eco’ mode with the ‘box declutching at every opportunity, elicited a high 30s mpg figure.
On the other hand, given more throttle the R positively leaps for the horizon, continuing to rev out with infectious enthusiasm with the ‘box snicking instantly through each successive ratio. It’s the kind of car that feels properly fast anyplace, anytime, especially so given it squanders nothing with the total traction capability of the four-wheel drive system. In fact, while the R isn’t a naturally flamboyant car, it’s far from inert, with the ability to go neutral and then a bit more under full power out of tighter corners.
“The Golf R is an all-rounder with which few come close to matching in all disciplines. Exhilarating pace and genuine practicality ensure it’s a regular pick for the ‘dream’ everyday family car.”
“On the move, the engine is responsive and free-revving, and the performance is nothing short of rapid, zinging along up to and beyond motorway speeds with minimal effort. It even returns fairly palatable fuel economy.”
“The manual does carry a performance deficit over the automatic – in three pedal guise the R gets from 0-62mph in 5.1sec (quicker than the 5.8sec managed in the front-drive Golf GTI Clubsport S). Happily, the R’s chassis is never overwhelmed by the performance on offer, displaying poise, genuine adjustability and unrelenting grip, thanks to the standard all-wheel drive setup”
“Once again an enlightened VW offers the choice of either six-speed manual or twin clutch DSG transmissions, the latter being an all-new seven speed ‘box. Equipped with the twin-clutcher, the R sprints from rest to 62mph in just 4.6sec, which frankly, is a little absurd.”