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The updated Golf has a 9.2-inch touchscreen that lends a business-class air to cockpit proceedings.
Most of the Golf’s updates occur beneath the bonnet and inside the car — you would be hard-pressed to spot the external differences.
The updated Golf has a 9.2-inch touchscreen that lends a business-class air to cockpit proceedings.
Most of the Golf’s updates occur beneath the bonnet and inside the car — you would be hard-pressed to spot the external differences.
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2743811_Volkswagen Golf: Big-screen success
Volkswagen Golf: Big-screen success

February 17
It might be hard to tell that the Volkswagen Golf has had a facelift, until you look inside
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