2015 VW Golf TDI Clean Diesel. It just may be cheaper in the long run. @VW

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Performance in more ways that one. The Golf TDI’s low fuel consumption combined with outstanding drivability is a tough combo to beat. In spite of higher purchase price it just may be cheaper in the long run. VW just set a new Guinness Book World record for low fuel consumption driving around all the lower-48 states.

The Golf is roomy with seating for five, can hold lots of cargo and is easy to maneuver in a crowded city. Take a look at my drive review right here.

@1ChicagoCarGuy

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Mechanical engineer and automobile enthusiast with extensive auto industry experience now writing about vehicles for urban and city use.
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One Response to 2015 VW Golf TDI Clean Diesel. It just may be cheaper in the long run. @VW

  1. ashiot says:

    I didn’t think hatchbacks were popular in the US like Europe / Asia and an oil-burner too. I never cared much for diesels even after CRDI happened. In fact I don’t like anything with forced induction. But now even Porsche is adding turbo to the 911 so I guess it’s bad times for natural-aspiration fans. But nice info.

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