Volkswagen Golf TSI Bluemotion 2015, new low-power version with three-cylinder engine

volkswagen golf tsi bluemotion 2015 1 e1433232189990 Volkswagen Golf TSI Bluemotion 2015, nueva versión de bajo consumo con motor tricilíndrico

just presented Volkswagen Golf TSI Bluemotion 2015 . As announced last ecological answers the more efficient version, in this case with the gasoline engine, the German compact. Through its aerodynamic modifications and 3-cylinder engine can consume an average of 4.3 l / 100 km fuel and 99 g / km of CO2.

The Volkswagen Golf TSI Bluemotion not known for too many details from other brothers range. In fact, developments are summarized in better aerodynamics achieved, for example, with lower fairings or a new roof spoiler on the back. The 15-inch wheels , a not so common nowadays measured by small, contribute in this regard.

volkswagen golf tsi bluemotion 2015 2 e1433232300278 Volkswagen Golf TSI Bluemotion 2015, nueva versión de bajo consumo con motor tricilíndrico The mechanism that drives this Golf is a motor three-cylinder 1.0 TSI supercharger. It has adapted to this specific car rendering power 115 horses , which allows you to shed a decent performance with acceleration 0-100 km / h in 9.7 seconds and narrowly beat the 200 km /h.

is offered with two gearboxes, one 6 speed manual and other automatic DSG seven , both with long relationships to reduce consumption. Thus standardize get a figure of consumption of 4.3 l / 100 km on average, thus completing the range of Volkswagen Bluemotion by the Golf TDI Bluemotion which, incidentally, get a figure of 3.4 l / 100 km same record.

Volkswagen Golf TSI Bluemotion 2015 This TSI Bluemotion Volkswagen Golf 2015 is a low-power machine, and a small-displacement engine, also adopts a new low-resistance tires and, as usual at Volkswagen, a sports suspension reduces the ride height by 15 millimeters favor aerodynamics.

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