Volkswagen Golf Mk4

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Volkswagen Golf Mk4


Also called


Volkswagen Volkswagen City Golf (Canada 2006-2008),(Golf City 2009-2010) 4.3 million units[1] 1999.5-2006 Wolfsburg, Germany São José dos Pinhais, Brazil (Audi Senna)


Bratislava, Slovakia Uitenhage, South Africa Jakarta, Indonesia (Garuda Matraman Motor)


Volkswagen Golf Mk3


Volkswagen Golf Mk5 3-door hatchback

Body style(s)

5-door station wagon 5-door hatchback


Front engine, front-wheel drive / four-wheel drive


Volkswagen Group A4 (PQ34) platform 1.4 I4 16v 55kW (AHW/AXP/APE/AUA/AKQ/BCA) 1.6 I4 74kW (AEH/AKL/APF) 1.6 I4 75kW (AVU/BFQ) 1.6 I4 16v 77kW (AUS/AZD/ATN/BCB) 1.6 I4 16v FSI 81kW (BAD) 1.8 I4 55kW (AAM/ANN) (Cabriolet) 1.8 I4 66kW (ADZ/ANP) (Cabriolet) 1.8 I4 20v 92kW (AGN) 1.8 I4 20v Turbo 110kW (AGU/ARZ/ARX/AUM) 1.8 I4 20v Turbo 132kW (AUQ/AWP)


2.0 I4 85kW (APK/AQY/AZJ/AZH) also available as a CNG/gasoline bivalent version 2.3 V5 110kW (AGZ) 2.3 V5 20v 125kW (AQN) 2.8 VR6 130kW (AAA/AFP) 2.8 VR6 24v 150kW (AQP/AUE/BDE) 3.2 VR6 24v 177kW (BFH/BML) (R32) 1.9 I4 SDI 50kW (AGP/AQM) 1.9 I4 TDI 66kW (AGR/ALH) 1.9 I4 TDI 74kW (ATD/AXR) 1.9 I4 TDI 81kW (AHF/ASV) 1.9 I4 TDI 85kW (AJM/AUY) 1.9 I4 TDI 96kW (ASZ) 1.9 I4 TDI 110kW (ARL) 4-speed automatic


5-speed manual 6-speed manual



2,512 mm (98.9 in) R32: 2,517 mm (99.1 in) 1999-2002 GTI/Golf: 4,148 mm (163.3 in) 2003-06 GTI/Golf: 4,188 mm (164.9 in)

R32: 4,176 mm (164.4 in) Width

GTI/R32/Golf: 1,735 mm (68.3 in) GTI/Golf: 1,440 mm (56.7 in)


R32: 1,425 mm (56.1 in) 2008-present City Golf: 56.9 in (1445 mm) Volkswagen Jetta Mk4 (Bora) Audi A3 Mk1 Audi TT Mk1


Volkswagen New Beetle SEAT León Mk1 SEAT Toledo Mk2 Škoda Octavia Mk1

Launched in 1997, the Volkswagen Golf Mk4[2] (or VW Typ 1J) was the best selling car in Europe in 2001 (though it slipped to second place, behind the Peugeot 206, in 2002).[3] The Mk4 was a deliberate attempt to take the Volkswagen Golf series further upmarket, with a high-quality interior and higher equipment levels. Overall the level of maturity of the design and its target audience were also evident — the humorous plays on the game of golf which resulted in special edition models of the three earlier generations being called "Golf Ryder", "Golf Driver", not to mention the GTI's "golf ball" gearlever knob were dropped, and replaced with a more subtly styled golf ball knob.It was replaced in 2004 by the Volkswagen Golf Mk5.

Contents [hide] •

1 Design and engineering

2 Golf Cabriolet

3 Variant

4 Volkswagen Bora/Jetta Mk4

5 Awards

6 GTI 25th Anniversary Edition (2002)

7 GTI 20th Anniversary Edition (2003)

8 R32 (2002)

9 Mk4 "Ongoing production in Canada, China, and South America

10 Engine choices ○

10.1 Golf and Golf Variant

10.2 Golf Cabriolet

11 Notes

12 See also

13 References

14 External links

[edit] Design and engineering The Golf Mk4 was a significant car in its class. As with its big brother, not only was it the first step of Volkswagen moving its products upmarket to plug a gap between the mainstream machines and the premium cars, with SEAT and Škoda taking over as the mainstream in a new level of interior quality and sophistication never seen before from a mainstream brand in the class. In fact, the quality of the Golf was on a par with its sister Audi A3 from the year before, but cost considerably more than other cars in its class. The latest model remained faithful to the Golf concept but included some of the new "arched" styling themes first seen on the Mk4 Passat.

[edit] Golf Cabriolet

2000–2003 Golf Cabrio (Australia) As with the Mk2 Golf, Volkswagen did not make a convertible version of the Mk4 Golf. Instead, the firm replaced the front and rear bumper bars of a Mk3 Golf and gave the car the Mk4 headlights and the grille to match. This was done to give it the car the frontal styling of the Mk4 Golf hatchbacks. The rear had its number plates moved into the bumper bar and a larger VW logo was incorporated over the Mk4's typical hatch handle. The interior was also improved with "pixel" treatment to the dashboard, blue lighting for the instrument panel and more use of chrome, such as the door handles.

[edit] Variant

Volkswagen Golf Variant (Mk4)

The Volkswagen Golf Mk4 Variant was introduced in 1999. It was discontinued in 2006, and successed in 2007 by the Volkswagen Golf Mk5 Variant. Unlike the Mk3, it was offered in North America where the Jetta name and front sheetmetal were used.

[edit] Volkswagen Bora/Jetta Mk4 Main article: Volkswagen Jetta Volkswagen spawned a saloon version of the Mk4 Golf. As with previous incarnations of the Golf, it had its own identity, and this time was called the Volkswagen Bora although the name Jetta remained in North America and South Africa. Unlike its predecessors, the Bora/Jetta featured unique rear doors, front wings and bonnet. The front doors were the only body panels it shared with the Golf. The interior, though, was almost identical to the Golf, featuring very minor styling changes like its predecessor.

Volkswagen Jetta Germany, South Africa, Slovakia, Brazil, Belgium, and China all made the Golf 4. Eastern European locations making the Golf 4 included Bosnia and Herzegovina, in Vogošća (near Sarajevo), which also made Mk1 and Mk2 models. However, although the Bosnian Mk4 was popular it was only available in the local market. The Golf/Jetta Mk4 engine choices included 1.4, 1.6, 1.8, 2.0, 2.3 litre V5, 2.8 litre V6 and 3.2 litre R32 petrol engines, and a 1.9 litre turbodiesel, with power ranging from 68 to 150 PS (50 to 110 kW). Volkswagen made a choice of three and five-door hatchback or a five-door station wagon available. The European Golf wagon was nearly identical to the North American Jetta Wagon. The only difference was the use of the Golf front headlights, bumpers, grille, and fenders as these parts are interchangeable between the Mk4 Golf and Bora/Jetta. The Golf 4 was introduced to North America in mid-1999. Available engines for the Golf at its introduction to the American market were a 2.0 L gasoline engine, and a thrifty (48mpg) 1.9 L TDI engine. The latter soon developed a reputation for good lowspeed torque and fuel economy, and can operate on alternative biofuels. In 2004 the updated 1.9L TDI PD or "Pumpe-Düse" engine was installed in the Golf and Jetta's. The "Pumpe-Düse" or Pump Nozzle was a Robert Bosch extreme high pressure fuel injection system for direct cylinder injection. A 1.8 L turbocharged gas engine was introduced in 2000, along with the 12-valve 2.8 L VR6. At the same time, the 1.6 L 8valve unit was replaced with the 16-valve unit from the Polo GTI, but detuned to 77 kW (105 PS). The 2.0 L gasoline engine was the base engine in the sportier GTI only as a 1999.5 model. For 2000, Volkswagen opted for the relatively new 1.8 L turbocharged gasoline engine as a base engine for the GTI. The top-of-the-line GLX model was equipped with Volkswagen's torquey 2.8 L VR6, which put out an impressive 174 hp (130 kW). The VR6 engine, with its narrow 15-degree Vee design, was unique to Volkswagen. This engine is shorter and lighter (featuring a single cylinder head) than other V6 engines which benefits the handling characteristics of this front-wheel drive car. For the 2002.5 model year Volkswagen introduced a 24-valve version of its VR6 engine. This engine had the same torque characteristics of the older 12-valve version,

with an extra 26 hp (19 kW). The 1.8T and VR6 models continued until 2005, when the Mk4 platform came to an end in North America. Both the Mk4 Golf and the Mk4 Jetta are still in production in Brazil, Mexico, and China as of 2008. The Brazilian Golf TDI PD was sold in Canada due to its popularity as a full 2006 models in base, GL and GLS trim levels for the full model year as there were no diesel engine versions for the North American 2007 Mk5 Golf (Rabbit). In Europe, trim levels were country-specific, although some markets got E, S, SE, GTI and V5/V6/V6 4MOTION versions. The V5 was available in 150 bhp (110 kW) and 170 bhp (130 kW) versions

[edit] Awards •

2000 CAP Used Car of the Year Awards - Best Small Hatch

2000 Diesel Car 2000 Awards - Best Hatchback

1999 Used Car Buyer Greatest Used Buy Awards - Best Small Family Car

1998 What Car? Car of the Year Awards - Best Small Hatch

1998 Top Gear Magazine Top Cars - Best Family Car

[edit] GTI 25th Anniversary Edition (2002)

Volkswagen GTI 337 Edition The GTI 25th Anniversary Edition was a special version of the Golf GTI, for the European Market to commemorate the first Golf model, launched in 1976. At the time of its launch, it wasn't confirmed whether Volkswagen was going to sell this special edition model in the United States.[4] A year later, a similarly-equipped version of the GTI, called the GTI 337 Edition, was officially introduced at the New York Auto Show and made it to dealers late May 2002 to the US & Canadian markets. The price of the GTI 337 was $22,225 in the U.S. and $32,900 in Canada. Only 1,500 units were produced for the US market with an additional 250[5] for the Canadian market. This model came painted exclusively in metallic Reflex Silver. Both the GTI 25th anniversary and the 337 editions were equipped with many extra features not included in the standard GTI. They included: 18x7.5" BBS RC Wheels with special ball peen finish, perforated leather shift boot and handbrake, red and black seat belts, Red and Black upholstered Recaro seats, factory body kit (front valance, sideskirts, hatch spoiler, and rear valance), 02M 6-speed manual transmission, larger front and rear brakes, lowered sport tuned suspension, and brushed aluminum interior

trim. These models were never equipped with a sunroof as to take the car back to its roots, the Mk1 GTI, and improve handling and performance.

[edit] GTI 20th Anniversary Edition (2003)

Volkswagen GTI 20th Anniversary Edition

Volkswagen GTI 20th Anniversary Edition Interior Following the initial commemorative anniversary edition GTI produced in Europe in 1996 celebrating the introduction of the GTI model in 1976, and the overwhelming popularity of the 25th anniversary edition GTI produced 2001 (known as the GTI 337 in North America when released in 2002), Volkswagen of America produced 4,200 sobranded "20th Anniversary Edition" GTIs and 4000 were shipped to the United States and 200 to Canada. This event, in 2003, marked the 20th anniversary of the GTI's first introduction to the U.S. and Canadian market, some 7 years after the GTI was introduced to the European market. Several special features distinguish this new GTI from the rest of the pack. On the outside, the 20th Anniversary edition came with throwback red-lettered GTI logos on the left front and right rear. The rear was also accompanied by a vintage-look chrome rabbit. Blackened headlights added a distinctive look, while Votex front, rear, and side skirts along with a hatch spoiler and special edition 18" OZ Aristo alloy wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sports complete the exterior transformation. These models were produced only in three colours: Imola Yellow, Jazz Blue and Black Magic Pearl. Distribution of production was 50% Black magic pearl, 25% Jazz Blue and 25% Imola Yellow. Inside, a few accents were noticeable. Unlike other models, there were no options offered. The only true option was ESP, Volkswagen's stability control feature. All "20ths" had a sunroof, black headliner, golf ball shift knob, black leather steering wheel with silver stitching, black leather shifter boot with silver stitching, perforated leather covered hand brake handle, and sporty black cloth Recaro bucket seats with silver

stitching accents and red GTI emblems embroidered in the middle of the back rests. Aluminum trim came standard, complete with a numbered nameplate above the center console identifying the exact production number (US production only) of the vehicle. Volkswagen's premier 8-speaker Monsoon stereo system was also standard. Mechanically, the 20th Anniversary Edition GTI is nearly identical to the GTI 337 Edition. A 6-speed manual 02m transmission marked the most notable departure from the norm, and upgraded suspension stiffened up the ride and lowered the car approximately 30 mm (lower sport springs and revised bushings in the rear). Upgraded disc brakes front (12.3" vented rotors) and rear (10.3" vented rotors) helped bring things to a stop, while red powder-coated calipers added a bit of flair to the package. Starting in 2002 with engine code AWP, all of the models of the GTI's 1.8T increased in factory boost pressure and horsepower from 150 bhp (110 kW) to 180 bhp (130 kW).

[edit] R32 (2002)

European-spec R32 In 2002, Volkswagen produced the Golf R32 in Europe as a 2003 model year. Due to unexpected popularity, Volkswagen of America decided to sell the car in the United States as the 2004 model year Volkswagen R32. Billed as the pinnacle of the Golf IV platform, the R32 included every performance, safety, and luxury feature Volkswagen had to offer, including the all new 3.2 litre 24-valve VR6 engine (ID codes: BFH/BML), which produced a rated motive power output of 177 kilowatts (241 PS; 237 hp), and 236 lb·ft (320 N·m) of torque. The North American variant of the R32 shared the same mass flow sensor (MAF) as the original Audi TT 3.2, which was slightly larger (¼") than the European spec R32's MAF. This is said to have increased horsepower to that of the Audi TT 3.2, at about 250hp. Further additions included Haldex Traction-based 4motion on-demand four-wheel drive system, a new six-speed manual transmission, independent rear suspension, Climatronic automatic climate control, sport seats from König with R32 logos, 18" OZ Aristo alloy wheels (Ronal produced the wheels towards the end of production), Electronic Stability Programme, larger 334 mm (13.1 in) disc brakes with gloss blue painted calipers, sunroof, and model specific bodywork additions. In the US, the vehicle was available in only four colours: Black Magic Pearl, Deep Blue Pearl, Reflex Silver, and Tornado Red. The distribution of US-spec R32 colours were as follows:[citation needed] Deep Blue Pearl: 40% Reflex Silver: 35% Black Magic Pearl: 15% Tornado Red: 10%

Although the R32 looked similar to the 25th Anniversary GTI, it shared most of its major components with the 3.2 litre Audi TT, including the engine, four-wheel drive system, and both front and rear suspension geometries. Five thousand cars were produced and intended to be sold over a two-year period, but the entire line was sold out within 13 months.[citation needed] The R32 is the second quickest car that Volkswagen has imported to the U.S., after the B6 Passat 3.6 4motion Sedan - at 5.6 seconds. The R32 is capable of 0-100 kilometres per hour (62.1 mph) in 6.6 seconds, and clearing the quarter mile in 14.1 seconds at 99.2 mph (159.6 km/h).[citation needed] The R32 edges out its third fastest sibling, the top-ofthe-line Phaeton 6.0 litre W12 (414 bhp), by a tenth of a second at the 1,320-foot (402 m) mark.[citation needed] It also has a surprisingly high resale and used-car value; the Kelley Blue Book used car retail price (the price an individual might expect to pay for one from a dealer) for a model in excellent condition with low mileage actually exceeds the original retail price of the car in many cases, making it one of a few recent cars that have actually approached an increase in value over time. This premium can be explained mostly due to scarcity, both of the cars themselves due to low production and importation, and especially ones that still have extremely low mileage.

[edit] Mk4 "Ongoing production in Canada, China, and South America

2008-2010 Volkswagen City Golf (Canada) In China, FAW-VW launched a new Golf IV, with FAW-VW's Bora facelift front, at the Beijing International Automobile Exhibition in 2006. It is named Bora HS to complement the Bora Mk IV range, as the Golf name will be reserved for the Golf VI soon to manufactured by FAW-VW in Q3, 2009. The Golf Mk4 also continues to be sold in countries such as Brazil, Chile and Argentina. However, in Argentina the range is available on 1.6L 4 cylinder petrol, a 2.0L 4-cylinder petrol, 1.8L Turbo petrol, or a 1.9-litre 130 bhp (97 kW) turbodiesel. In Chile, it is also sold, on 1.6 to 2.0L petrol range. Also, there is a turbo 1.8 version available. All of these are Brazilian built models with a 4-cylinder petrol engines. In Brazil, the Mk4 Golf has a 1.6 (with Volkswagen Totalflex system which accepts both gasoline or alcohol), 1.8 Turbocharged engine and 2.0-litre engine, and comes in main trim level only. In 2007, Volkswagen Brazil has introduced a major restyling of the fourth generation Golf. The front takes styling cues from the current Volkswagen Polo and the back of the car is inspired by the Golf 5.[6] It is exported in most Latin America countries, since it is produced in Brazil. It is also sold in Canada, where it is sold alongside the Mk5 model

badged as the Rabbit. The Canadian model was renamed as the City Golf, in 2009 it was renamed the Golf City alongside the Jetta City.It is not sold in the United States. Pricing of the Golf City starts at C$15,300 as of 2008. As an entry-level alternative to the Rabbit, it offers only one engine: the 2.0L SOHC 8 valves with 115 hp (86 kW). It is not related to the South African Volkswagen CitiGolf, despite the similarity in name. The Mk4 Jetta has been similarly reintroduced in Canada for the 2007 model year as the City Jetta. This is the first entry-level car from a previous-generation car since the 1992 Eagle Vista, which was a rebadged 1980s Mitsubishi Mirage. Although the Golf City is dated, its attractive price enables good sales. The Golf City is going through its last model year.

[edit] Engine choices [edit] Golf and Golf Variant Model Years

Engine and code



1997– 2004



1997– I4 8V 2000


1595 cc


2000– I4 8V 2006


1595 cc


2000– 2006

I4 16V


1598 cc

1.6 FSI

2001– 2006

I4 16V


1598 cc


1997– 2003

I4 20V


1780 cc

1.8 T

1997– 2006

I4 20V


1781 cc

1.8 T

2001– 2006

I4 20V


1781 cc


1999– I4 8V 2001


1984 cc


2001– I4 8V 2006


1984 cc

2.3 V5

1997– VR5 2000 10V


2324 cc

2.3 V5

2000– VR5 2003 20V


2324 cc

2.8 VR6

1999– VR6 2002 12V


2792 cc

Power 55 kW (75 PS; 74 hp) @ 5000 rpm 74 kW (101 PS; 99 hp) @ 5600 rpm 75 kW (102 PS; 101 hp) @ 5600 rpm 77 kW (105 PS; 103 hp) @ 5700 rpm 81 kW (110 PS; 109 hp) @ 5800 rpm 92 kW (125 PS; 123 hp) @ 5900 rpm 110 kW (150 PS; 148 hp) @ 5700 rpm 132 kW (179 PS; 177 hp) @ 5500 rpm 85 kW (116 PS; 114 hp) @ 5200 rpm 85 kW (116 PS; 114 hp) @ 5400 rpm 110 kW (150 PS; 148 hp) @ 6000 rpm 125 kW (170 PS; 168 hp) @ 6200 rpm 128 kW (174 PS; 172 hp) @ 5800 rpm

Torque 128 N·m (94 lb·ft) @ 3300 rpm 145 N·m (107 lb·ft) @ 3800 rpm 148 N·m (109 lb·ft) @ 3800 rpm 148 N·m (109 lb·ft) @ 4500 rpm 155 N·m (114 lb·ft) @ 4400 rpm 170 N·m (130 lb·ft) @ 3500 rpm 210 N·m (150 lb·ft) @ 1750– 4600 rpm 235 N·m (173 lb·ft) @ 1950– 4700 rpm 170 N·m (130 lb·ft) @ 2400 rpm 172 N·m (127 lb·ft) @ 3200 rpm 205 N·m (151 lb·ft) @ 3200 rpm 220 N·m (160 lb·ft) @ 3300 rpm 235 N·m (173 lb·ft) @ 4200 rpm

2.8 2002.5- VR6 VR6 2005 24V


2792 cc

3.2 R32

2001– VR6 2004 24V


3189 cc

1.9 SDI

1997– I4 8V 2006


1896 cc

1.9 TDI

1997– I4 8V 2003


1896 cc

1.9 TDI

2000– I4 8V 2006


1896 cc

1.9 TDI

1997– I4 8V 2002


1896 cc

1.9 TDI

1998– I4 8V 2000


1896 cc

1.9 TDI

1999– I4 8V 2001


1896 cc

1.9 TDI

2001– I4 8V 2006


1896 cc

1.9 TDI

2000– I4 8V 2003


1896 cc

150 kW (204 PS; 201 hp) @ 6000 rpm 177 kW (241 PS; 237 hp) @ 6250 rpm 50 kW (68 PS; 67 hp) @ 4200 rpm 66 kW (90 PS; 89 hp) @ 4000 rpm 74 kW (101 PS; 99 hp) @ 4000 rpm 81 kW (110 PS; 109 hp) @ 4150 rpm 85 kW (116 PS; 114 hp) @ 4000 rpm 85 kW (116 PS; 114 hp) @ 4000 rpm 96 kW (131 PS; 129 hp) @ 4000 rpm 110 kW (150 PS; 148 hp) @ 4000 rpm

270 N·m (200 lb·ft) @ 3200 rpm 320 N·m (240 lb·ft) @ 2800 rpm 133 N·m (98 lb·ft) @ 2200– 2600 rpm 210 N·m (150 lb·ft) @ 1900 rpm 240 N·m (180 lb·ft) @ 1800– 2400 rpm 235 N·m (173 lb·ft) @ 1900 rpm 285 N·m (210 lb·ft) @ 1900 rpm 310 N·m (230 lb·ft) @ 1900 rpm 310 N·m (230 lb·ft) @ 1900 rpm 320 N·m (240 lb·ft) @ 1900 rpm

[edit] Golf Cabriolet Model

Years Engine and code 1998– I4 1.6 AFT/AKS 2000 8V 1998– I4 1.8 AAM/ANN 2000 8V 1998– I4 1.8 ADZ/ANP 2000 8V 1998– I4 2.0 AGG 2000 8V 2000– I4 2.0 AWG/AWF 2002 8V 1998– I4 1.9 TDI ALE 2002 8V 1998– I4 1.9 TDI AFN/AVG 2000 8V

Displ. 1595 cc 1781 cc 1781 cc 1984 cc 1984 cc 1896 cc 1896 cc

Power 74 kW (101 PS; 99 hp) @ 5800 rpm 55 kW (75 PS; 74 hp) @ 5000 rpm 66 kW (90 PS; 89 hp) @ 5500 rpm 85 kW (116 PS; 114 hp) @ 5400 rpm 85 kW (116 PS; 114 hp) @ 5400 rpm 66 kW (90 PS; 89 hp) @ 3750 rpm 81 kW (110 PS; 109 hp) @ 4150 rpm

Torque 140 N·m (100 lb·ft) @ 3500 rpm 140 N·m (100 lb·ft) @ 2500 rpm 145 N·m (107 lb·ft) @ 2500 rpm 166 N·m (122 lb·ft) @ 2600 rpm 165 N·m (122 lb·ft) @ 3200 rpm 210 N·m (150 lb·ft) @ 1900 rpm 235 N·m (173 lb·ft) @ 1900 rpm

[edit] Notes Lists of miscellaneous information should be avoided. Please relocate any relevant information into appropriate sections or articles. (September 2009)

In 1999, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, prefect of the Catholic Church's Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith under Pope John Paul II, purchased a fourth-generation Golf to drive around Rome in, and sold it in 2005 after John Paul's death in anticipation of retiring and returning to Germany. Instead, he became Pope Benedict XVI. His 1999 Golf sold for nearly a quarter of a million U.S. dollars shortly thereafter.[7]

[edit] See also Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Volkswagen Golf Mk4

Wikimedia Commons has media related to: VW Golf IV

Wikimedia Commons has media related to: VW Golf GTI

Wikimedia Commons has media related to: VW Golf R32 •

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[edit] References 1. ^ Auto Motor und Sport Heft 18 Seite 24. Stuttgart. 2008. 2. ^ Kittler, Eberhard (2001). Deutsche Autos seit 1990, vol.5. Stuttgart: Motorbuch Verlag. pp. 290–302. ISBN 3-613-02128-5. 3. ^ "Der böse Golf". Auto, Motor und Sport Heft 21 2002: Page 188. date 2 October 2002. 4. ^ Posted by **TIME AGO** (2009-10-02). "Volkswagen Golf GTI 25th-Anniversary Edition - Short Take Road Test - Auto Reviews". Car and Driver. _anniversary_edition_short_take_road_test. Retrieved 2009-10-07. 5. ^ "VWvortex Forums: The "Official" DIY/FAQ 337/20th AE/Jetta GLI Thread". &id=1029415&postid=9696602#9696602. Retrieved 2009-10-07.

6. ^ "Nuevo VW Golf en Brasil: Generación IV “y medio”". MotorShow. Retrieved 2009-10-07. 7. ^ "Photo of Ratzinger's Golf Brief". Retrieved 2010-10-09.

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Volkswagen Golf Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre.

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Nome(s) alternativo(s):

Audi 50 Volkswagen Rabbit Volkswagen Caribe


Volkswagen e Magna Steyr da Áustria


1974– presente


Volkswagen Fusca/Volkswagen Carocha


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1.3 1.4 1.6 8v Flex 1.6 Diesel 1.8 Turbo 1.9 TDI 1.9 Blue Motion 2.0 (Europa) 2.0 Mi 2.0 Mi Turbo

2.0 Mi 16v 2.5 FSi(Jetta) 2.8 Mi VR6 3.2 Mi VR6 Caixa de velocidades:

Manual 5 vel./Automática 6 Vel.

Distância entre os eixos (mm): 2580 mm (geração atual) Consumo:

entre 4.5- 10.0 (Combinado)

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Volkswagen Jetta, Volkswagen Passat, Volkswagen New Beetle

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Volkswagen Golf é um automóvel fabricado pela Volkswagen. Foi lançado no mercado europeu em 1974 e no mercado brasileiro em 1995, quando já estava na sua terceira geração. O Golf é, atualmente, o carro de maior sucesso e vendas na história da Volkswagen, superando até o mítico Volkswagen Fusca/Volkswagen Carocha, carro que substituiu na Europa a partir da década de 70. O Golf passou por várias reestilizações e, na Europa, está em sua sexta geração. No Brasil, a quinta geração nunca esteve disponível. Porém, foi lançada uma reestilização da quarta, cujo modelo GTi foi o carro mais potente em produção no país, com 193cv. Ele saiu de linha em 12 de fevereiro de 2009, devido as baixas vendas. [1]

Índice [esconder] •

1 O nome

2 Segunda Geração

3 Terceira Geração

4 Quarta Geração

5 Quinta Geração

6 Sexta Geração ○

6.1 Conforto

6.2 Segurança

6.3 Motores

6.4 Modelo a diesel

6.5 Modelo a gasolina

7 Outras versões

8 Motor

9 Curiosidades

10 References

11 Ligações externas

[editar] O nome O nome Golf é alusivo ao desporto, como o carro, que sugere não somente a desportividade, mas também o requinte. os primeiros GTi tinham motor 1.6 8v com 110cv.

[editar] Segunda Geração Após o sucesso inicial do Golf no mercado europeu, veio a segunda geração na década de 80. Dotada de injecção electrónica Bosch K-Jetronic (CIS), não demorou até aparecer o primeiro GTi. Com motor 1.8 16v, o carro desenvolvia 139 cv na versão europeia e 129 no mercado norte-americano.

[editar] Terceira Geração Ver artigo principal: Volkswagen Golf mk3 A terceira geração foi lançada em 1991. No Brasil, foram comercializados os modelos GLX (2.0) e GL (1.8), além do GTi (2.0 8v dotado de fluxo cruzado de admissão) e o VR6 2.8. O GTi 2.0 16v não foi vendido no país. Na Europa, para além dos motores diesel, era possível encontrar também um motor 1.4, um 1.6 GT com cerca de 100 cv e um 1.8 GTi.

[editar] Quarta Geração O Golf sofreu mais uma metamorfose chegando a sua quarta geração em 1998, com motores 1.6 (101cv, EA113 também conhecido com SR), 2.0 (116cv), 1.8 Turbo (150cv), 2.8 VR6 (201cv) e 3.2 VR6 (240cv). Em 2002 a quarta geraçao passou por pequenas mudanças, os repetidores do pisca laterais tornaram-se transparentes (antes eram âmbar), a versão GTi passou a contar com um motor 1.8 Turbo com 180cv e no Brasil o motor 1.6 EA113 foi substituido pelo 1.6 EA111, dotado de acelerador eletrônico E-Gas. Em 2007 antes da reestilização o Golf IV original recebeu a tecnologia bicombustivel TotalFlex na versão 1.6. Mais conhecida como Golf 4 e 1/2, a atual geração comercializada no Brasil foi lançada em 2007 com motores 1.6 TotalFlex (101cv e 104cv), 2.0 (116cv), que em 2008 também recebeu a tecnologia TotalFlex (passando a contar com 116cv e 120cv). A versão GTi (equipada com um propulsor 1.8 Turbo de 193cv) deixou de ser produzida e comercializada no Brasil em 2009.

[editar] Quinta Geração Na Europa, já está em produção a quinta geração, lançada ao fim de 2003. Conta com inovações como injecção directa de combustível, designada por FSI. Essa geração não foi comercializada no Brasil. Em Portugal já são comercializados com esta tecnologia o

1.4 GT de 170 cv e o 1.4 de 140 cv. Também saiu o Golf GTi no ano de 2002, com o motor 2.0 de 130cv, série limitada.

[editar] Sexta Geração Disponivel em Portugal desde Outubro de 2008 o novo Golf apresenta-se atraente com uma frente mais desportiva e actual.A Volkswagen anunciará o Golf VI como nacional (fabricado em São José dos Pinhais)em 2012.[1]

[editar] Conforto Os níveis de insonorização e de conforto acústico superam todas as barreiras da classe. A aparência e a disposição dos materiais, bem como os detalhes como o alumínio escovado, a instrumentação circular e o volante derivados do Passat CC, deixam a impressão de que se está a bordo de um modelo do segmento superior.

[editar] Segurança Os sistemas de assistência à condução, como o Controlo de Distância Automático (ACC), o chassis adaptativo (DCC) e a função de estacionamento automático (“Park Assist”), trazem para a a classe do Golf um valor acrescido. Em complemento, o novo Golf apresenta um nível máximo de protecção dos seus ocupantes: um novo dispositivo de controlo de estabilidade (ESP), com uma resposta mais precisa em todo o seu campo de acção; sete airbags (incluindo airbags para os joelhos); apoios de cabeça especiais (WOKS) que funcionam para contrariar o efeito de chicote; sistema de detecção de cinto de segurança nos lugares traseiros; luzes de presença diurnas. Na segurança passiva, o Golf VI estreia um novo sensor de detecção da severidade do embate. Localizado a meio do habitáculo, este sensor avalia e “sente” sinais de desaceleração de baixa frequência. Adicionalmente, acelerómetros especiais medem a frequência dos componentes numa faixa mais “audível”, sinais esses que são gerados quando as estruturas na zona dianteira do veículo começam a deformar-se. Esses sinais, ou “ondas sonoras” propagam-se muito rapidamente pelo veículo e permitem que o sistema avalie rápida e eficazmente a severidade da colisão, fazendo actuar os airbags e os pré-tensores dos cintos de segurança de acordo com os padrões da colisão.

[editar] Motores A grande novidade no que diz respeito aos motores é o lançamento com esta VI geração dos motores common rail (os antigos eram bomba injectora). Todos os motores a gasolina e Diesel cumprem os requisitos da futura norma de controlo de emissões Euro 5.

[editar] Modelo a diesel No lançamento estão disponíveis dois motores 2.0 TDi de 110 e 140 CV (posteriormento o GTD com 170cv), ambos equipados com filtro de partículas (DPF). Os novos TDI são muito económicos. O motor de 110 CV contenta-se com uns 4,5 litros de gasóleo por cada 100 km (apenas 119 g/km de emissões de CO2), o que representa uma redução de 0,6 litros no consumo de combustível! Mesmo o motor de 140 CV necessita somente de 4,9 litros de gasóleo (129 g/km de CO2), reduzindo também em 0,6 litros o consumo de combustível face à anterior geração. A tecnologia common rail dos novos TDi do Golf VI, é de terceira geração. O sistema atinge pressões até 1800 bar e cada injector, do tipo piezo, conta com oito atomizadores. Os cristais piezo assistidos hidraulicamente injectam combustível em fracções de segundo.

[editar] Modelo a gasolina Na fase de lançamento, a nova gama Golf tem três opções de motores a gasolina, com 80, 122 e 160 CV. Os motores a partir de 122 CV são da gama TSi, com

sobrealimentação dupla ou apenas com turbocompressor. Estes motores a gasolina são também pioneiros no que respeita à economia de combustível. O motor de 80 CV de acesso à gama, consome apenas 6,4 litros/100 km (149 g/km CO2), ou seja, menos 0,5 litros do que o seu antecessor. Os motores TSi também constituem exemplos de eficiência na economia de combustível: com 122 CV, o Golf 1.4 TSi consome somente 6,2 litros/100 km (144 g/km CO2), o que representa uma poupança de 0,1 litros. O motor 1.4 TSi de 122 CV, com turbocompressor e intercooler, desenvolve um binário máximo de 220 Nm, disponível logo desde as 1250 rpm. O binário específico deste motor atinge o excelente valor de 144 Nm por litro, entre as 5000 e as 6400 rpm, o que contribui decisivamente para a economia de combustível. Mesmo o mais potente 1.4 TSi de 160 CV não ultrapassa um consumo de 6,3 litros aos 100 km, o que equivale a uma diminuição de 1,5 litros em comparação com o anterior TSi de 170 CV.

[editar] Outras versões A Volkswagen também produz a versao 3.2 VR6 aspirada do Golf, o conhecido R32. Comercializado apenas na Europa e Estados Unidos, o carro conta com 240 cv, motor 3.2 litros de 6 cilindros em V de ângulo estreito e tração 4x4 integral, a mesma utilizada pela Audi. O Jetta, modelo derivado do Golf I, foi designado na geração seguinte de Vento é depois designado de Bora (na Europa), que era a sua nomenclatura original. É no fundo um Golf de três volumes, isto é, distingue-se claramente a frente, o habitáculo e a mala. Neste modelo a estética frontal e traseira são distintas, mas a plataforma é a mesma. A Volkswagen apresentou na China o Golf geração IV reestilizado. Com o nome de Bora HS, o modelo ganhou vincos no capô, que passam pela grade dianteira, párachoque e entrada de ar, formando o V que se tornou uma identidade mundial da marca. Na traseira, as lanternas ganharam elementos circulares e o pára-choque foi redesenhado. No Brasil, a reestilização apresentada em 2007 seguiu estilo próprio, diferente do alemão e do chinês, mantendo a plataforma da geração IV por questões de custo. Com 193 cv, o GTi foi o carro mais potente fabricado e vendido no Brasil. A VW lançou recentemente um modelo desportivo de série limitada, derivado do GTi, que é o Golf GTi 30th Edition, dotado de 230cv e algumas alterações estéticas em relação ao mítico GTi.

[editar] Motor Os motores diesel Volkswagen, que sempre foram conhecidos e apreciados por serem robustos e económicos, apareceram logo com a primeira versão do Golf, primeiro com 1500cc de capacidade e 50cv e mais tarde com 1600cc e 54cv, tendo este ultimo uma versão turbo com 70cv, o primeiro GTD, com muitas semelhanças ao já existente GTi. Este motor 1600cc passou para a geração seguinte Mk2 sem mudanças significativas, tendo sido apenas acrescentada uma versão gtd com maior pressão no turbo que produzia cerca de 82cv. Mais tarde, com a geração Mk3, os 1600cc foram abandonados e instalados motores 1900cc mais modernos e potentes, muito semelhantes aos 1900cc TDi que são instalados hoje em dia na geração Mk5. Hoje o Golf usa o propulsor EA111 1.6 8V de 101/104cv e 2.0 8V de 116/120cv ou com a caixa manual MQ200 (refinada para os padrões brasileiros) ou com o câmbio automático Tiptronic de 6 marchas.

[editar] Curiosidades Antes de ser papa, Bento XVI teve um Golf quando era cardeal.

[editar] References 1. ↑ Auto Esporte confirma novo Golf VI no Brasil em 2012:

[editar] Ligações externas O Commons possui uma categoria com multimídias sobre Volkswagen Golf •

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