2015 Volkswagen Golf Sportwagen Owner's Manual

2015 Volkswagen Golf Sportwagen Owner's Manual
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The 2015 Volkswagen Golf Sportwagen is a compact wagon produced by Volkswagen. It offers a balance of versatility, performance, and practicality, making it a popular choice among compact car enthusiasts.

Specifications

  • Dimensions (Min-Max):
    • Length: Approximately 4563 – 4567 millimeters (mm)
    • Width: Approximately 1799 mm
    • Height: Approximately 1479 – 1491 mm
  • Curb Weight: Approximately 1361 – 1497 kilograms (kg)
  • Wheel Size: 15 – 18 inches (cm)
  • Model Variations: S, SE, SEL
  • Engine Options:
    • 1.8L Turbocharged 4-cylinder
    • 2.0L Turbocharged Diesel 4-cylinder
  • Engine Power:
    • 126 – 110 kilowatts (kW)
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: Approximately 50 – 51.6 liters (L)

What’s New

  • Introduction of the Golf Sportwagen model
  • Increased cargo space compared to the Golf hatchback
  • Improved fuel efficiency

Competitors

  • Subaru Outback
  • Toyota Prius V
  • Mazda CX-5
  • Hyundai Elantra GT

Maintenance

  • Tire Replacement: Typically every 64,000 – 96,000 kilometers (km)
  • Battery Replacement: Usually every 3-5 years (years)
  • Oil and Filter Change: Recommended every 8,000 – 12,000 kilometers (km)
  • Common Check Engine Light Causes:
    • Malfunctioning oxygen sensor
    • Loose gas cap
    • Issues with ignition coils or spark plugs
    • Mass airflow sensor problems
    • Catalytic converter issues

Common Breakdown Causes

  • Transmission issues
  • Brake problems
  • Electrical system failures
  • Suspension and steering problems
  • Engine overheating