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Volkswagen Golf Owners Manual: Performance figures

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

For reasons of vehicle registration and vehicle taxation, the power output and performance of some engines may vary in some countries from the information given in this booklet.

Petrol engines

Engine power EC Gearbox type Maximum speed
63 kW BlueMotion technology CJZB MG5 179 km/h
77 kW BlueMotion technology CJZA MG5 192 km/h
MG6 192 km/ha)
DSG®7 192 km/h
90 kW BlueMotion technology CMBA MG6 203 km/ha)
DSG®7 203 km/h
103 kW BlueMotion Technology,
without active cylinder managementb)
CHPA MG6 212 km/ha)
DSG®7 212 km/h
103 kW BlueMotion Technology,
with active cylinder management
CPTA MG6 212 km/ha)
DSG®7 212 km/h

Diesel engines

Engine power EC Gearbox type Maximum speed
77 kW BlueMotion technology with DPF CLHA MG5 192 km/h
DSG®7 192 km/h
MG6 4MOTION 186 km/h
110 kW BlueMotion technology with DPF CRBC MG6 216 km/h
DSG®6 212 km/h
MG6 4MOTION 210 km/h

E85 MultiFuel engine

Engine power EC Gearbox type Maximum speed
90 kW BlueMotion technology CPVA MG6 203 km/hc)

In certain vehicles with heavy duty suspension, the engine could be governed to provide a maximum speed of 210 km/h.

The performance figures were measured without equipment which may influence performance, such as a roof carrier or mud flaps.

a) Maximum speed is reached in 5th gear.

b) The figures shown may vary for vehicles compliant with EU2 or EU4 exhaust emission standards.

c) Maximum speed is reached in 5th gear.

Dimensions
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