The Golf Mk5 had high-end features including bi-xenon headlights, rain sensing wipers and a panoramic sunroof.
The new-gen VW Golf Mk8 is already on the list, but could it beat 34 other cars?.
The Sandero took fourth place, giving Dacia two models in the EU’s top 5 best sellers – quite an achievement given the brand’s somewhat limited range.
The fourth-generation Golf was considered on par, quality-wise, with the pricier, and more upmarket, Audi A3.
The VW Golf Mk3 left its mark with the introduction of many new safety features but the magic of previous GTIs was gone.
The implementation of AWD, ABS, power steering and others led the Golf Mk2 to new heights.
As Volkswagen prepares to drop the Golf Mk8, we look back at the first and most iconic generation.
These photos of a 2020 VW Golf look like the real deal and likely show an entry-level version.
Take a look at the new Golf’s interior with a modern dual digital screen layout and ambient lighting too.
The golden toilet, dubbed ‘America’, was thrown in the back of the VW Golf R.
The new Volkswagen Golf will be sold in a variety of guises including as a plug-in hybrid.
Contrary to previous reports regarding the new Golf, the estate isn’t going anywhere, although it won’t be sold in the United States.