An Impressive Combination of Efficiency and Power Comes From the Golf SportWagen TDI Clean Diesel Engine Specs

By Product Expert | Posted in Volkswagen Golf SportWagen on Friday, August 28th, 2015 at 5:57 pm
2016 VW Golf SportWagen TDI Clean Diesel Engine Specs

2016 VW Golf SportWagen TDI Clean Diesel Engine Specs

The Golf SportWagen is one of the newest models to arrive from Volkswagen here in the United States, and since its release early in 2015, it’s been well received. To help you learn more about the unique model, we thought we would share with you the 2016 VW Golf SportWagen TDI Clean Diesel engine specs.

2016 Golf SportWagen TDI Clean Diesel Engine Specs and Performance

2016 VW Golf SportWagen TDI Clean Diesel Engine Specs 2016 Golf SportWagen TDI Clean Diesel Engine Specs and Performance Yes, like other models within the Golf family, the SportWagen is available with an efficient TDI Clean Diesel engine. Many drivers love a diesel engine today because of their great fuel economy.

The 2016 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen equipped with the TDI Clean Diesel engine has just that: great fuel efficiency. The model for 2016 has a manufacturer-estimated highway fuel economy of 44 mpg. which Volkswagen says is enough to beat all non-Battery Electric compact SUVs. So, you still have the cargo space of a compact SUV (up to 66.5 cu. ft. with the rear seats folded down) with top level gas mileage. Now, that’s impressive.

But is the TDI Clean Diesel engine in the SportWagen powerful? Well, you be the judge. The 2.0-liter turbocharged engine produces 150 horsepower at 3500 rpm and a whopping 236 lb.-ft. of torque at 1750 rpm. We can tell you that the SportWagen equipped with a TDI Clean Diesel engine is a blast to drive. But you’ll have to stop by Volkswagen Santa Monica to try it out for yourself.

So, get in touch with us to get behind the wheel or schedule a test drive online. The 2016 VW Golf SportWagen TDI Clean Diesel engine specs provide a thrilling driving experience with great efficiency. Once you try a diesel-powered Golf SportWagen, you just may never go back to gasoline.

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