Are you in the market for a vehicle with a unique exterior, convenient interior, and affordable price? If so, the 2021 Volkswagen Golf sounds like an ideal option for your next vehicle. Now available at Frank Boucher Volkswagen of Racine, this hatchback-style vehicle will not break the bank with its $23,195 starting MSRP. You will also save money with its efficient EPA-estimated fuel economy. Then it comes to the 2021 VW Golf, it will be love at first drive. To prove this vehicle is an ideal option, we will compare it to another popular vehicle: the 2021 Toyota Corolla Hatchback.
To explore the 2021 VW Golf further, you can always stop by Frank Boucher Volkswagen of Racine to speak with one of our knowledgeable sales representatives.
2021 Volkswagen Golf
2021 Toyota Corolla Hatchback
29 MPG / 39 MPG
|Fuel Economy (City / Highway)
||30 MPG / 38 MPG|
6-Speed Manual & 8-Speed Automatic Available
|184.4 lb-ft @ 1,600-3,500 RPM
||151 lb-ft @ 4,800 RPM|
|Front-Wheel Drive (FWD)
||Front-Wheel Drive (FWD)|
The table above shows the mechanical and performance specs for the base trims of each model. As you can see, the 2021 VW Golf has a leg up against its competitor in a few categories. Not only does it offer a manual and automatic transmission, but it has a faster torque. Having transmission options is ideal since some people prefer an automatic transmission while others like to feel more in control and lean toward a manual transmission.
In addition to these specs, the 2021 VW Golf can offer a spacious interior. There is a total passenger volume of 93.5 cubic feet and a maximum cargo volume of 25 cubic feet. When you enter the 2021 VW Golf, you will find V-Tex leatherette seating with heated front seats and adjustable lumbar support. The gearshift knob is leather-wrapped, while the steering wheel and paddle shifters are leatherette-wrapped. The rear seats have a 60/40 split fold-down design with a center armrest to maximize cargo availability as well as comfort.
You can find out more about the 2021 VW Golf when you stop by Frank Boucher Volkswagen of Racine in the southeastern Wisconsin area.