2021 Volkswagen Golf GTI Owner's Manual

2021 Volkswagen Golf GTI Owner's Manual
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The 2021 Volkswagen Golf GTI is a sporty and performance-oriented variant of the VW Golf. Here are some key details about the 2021 Volkswagen Golf GTI:

Specifications:

– Engine: 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4
– Horsepower: 228 hp
– Transmission: 7-speed dual-clutch automatic or 6-speed manual
– Drive: Front-wheel drive
– Seating: 5 passengers

Performance:

– 0-60 mph: Approximately 6 seconds
– Top Speed: Approximately 126-130 mph (203-209 km/h) (depending on the configuration)

Features:

– Striking GTI-specific exterior design elements
– Comfortable and well-built interior
– Sport-tuned suspension for enhanced handling
– Standard 10.3-inch digital gauge cluster
– 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
– Advanced driver assistance features available

Dimensions:

– Length: Approximately 168 inches (4.27 meters)
– Width: Approximately 70 inches (1.78 meters)
– Height: Approximately 58 inches (1.47 meters)
– Curb Weight: Around 1,400-1,500 kg (3,100-3,300 pounds)

Fuel Economy:

– City: Approximately 24-25 mpg (9.8-10.6 liters/100 kilometers)
– Highway: Approximately 32-33 mpg (7.4-7.1 liters/100 kilometers)

Common Maintenance:

– Oil and Filter Changes: Typically recommended every 8,000-12,000 km (5,000-7,500 miles).
– Tire Rotation: Typically recommended every 9,700-12,900 km (6,000-8,000 miles).
– Brake Pad Replacement: Depends on driving habits, but typically around every 25,000-50,000 miles (40,200-80,500 km).
– Battery Replacement: Typically every 3-5 years, depending on conditions.

Common Issues:

While the 2021 Golf GTI is generally reliable, common issues may include occasional electrical problems or minor interior trim wear. It’s important to note that these can vary from one vehicle to another.