2017 Volkswagen Golf shows base models can be fun to drive

AUTOBLOG | on Mon, Mar 20, 9:30 AM

Buying a car in a base trim generally means you'll be punished with a base engine, which are usually wheezy, merely adequate mills. Fuel economy tends to be better, but that's partially due to the uninspiring way the engines encourage you to drive. After spending some time with a base-level 2017 Volkswagen Golf and its wonderful 1.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, I can assure you that this engine doesn't hold the base Golf back.For reference, I own a 2006 Volkswagen GTI[3], tartan s...

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