2011 Volkswagen Golf
The Volkswagen R32 is well known around the globe for being one of the most aggressive hatchbacks available on the market. Made in limited production, owning and driving one of these machines is somewhat of a privilege. Now for 2011, VW has released the successor to the R32 with the Volkswagen Golf R and it is better then ever.
Volkswagen enthusiasts are waiting with eagerness as the all-new Jetta goes into production and hits the dealer room floor in the coming months. Since its introduction in the mid-1980s, the Jetta has stood out from other compact models thanks to its design, engine choices and dependability.
But the sixth generation model is likely to be perceived as the best, offering improved cabin room, a sleek style and class leading fuel economy.
The Jetta is Volkswagen's take on the compact family sedan. It first began on the production line in 1980 and ever since has been growing and growing to compete with more modern rivals like the Honda Civic. Just recently, Volkswagen have announced the all new 2011 Jetta.
it seems appropriate to look at the history of this influential model and the impact it has had on the market. Like the Golf, the Jetta has been extremely popular, with wide success in the United States as well as other parts of the world, and ever since it's first incarnation in 1980, the car has grown progressively larger in size and power with each generation.
Volkswagen, Europe's largest automaker is employing a top-down approach in launching cars in India. And within the span of two years the automaker plans to bring its small car followed by what seems to be a mini car under the Maruti 800 category to India.
No matter who is in first place, Volkswagen's quest is certainly within reach, but first the German automaker must get some things done to have a shot at the coveted brass ring. Given that GM and Toyota have had problems in recent years, perhaps finishing first isn't the best thing.
Riding on a modified platform occupied by the compact Golf and similar-sized models, the Volkswagen Bulli offers room for six and, in the case of the concept, is a pure-electric vehicle. That's right, the model prized by the peace, love.
Jetta's longevity has inspired a fan following for the model, which includes a sedan and in more recent years a station wagon, from enthusiasts who share advice, exchange parts, and even wax poetic over their Jettas. Though clearly not a styling queen.
Honda owns Indy Racing as their engines power every single car on the track. Nissan seems to be a natural fit for NASCAR given its Skyline GT-R is hot, but its relationship with Renault could be keeping it from making the leap. Hyundai seems logical now that everyone knows the Korean automaker can compete across the board, but the quiet giant seems content to grow sales in more traditional ways.
This car can has 170 horse power and a maximum torque of 177 lbs. With a top speed of 125 mph, and going from 0-60 in 7.8 seconds, it can get you where you need to go in a timely manner. The Golf has a water cooling system, rack and pinion power steering, and a multilink rear suspension. This is but a few of the great qualities the Golf has to offer.
2011 Mini Cooper Clubman is a two door and four-seat sedan with reverse opening rear door. This compact car is available with three trim levels which include Base Cooper, Sportier Cooper S and top trim John Cooper Works.