The Volkswagen Golf MK7 GTI Project
The Volkswagen Golf is a car par excellence. Its compact size and cross-class status make it a popular choice for consumers of all socioeconomic levels. Hence, it’s no surprise that it has received a facelift and is the company’s most successful model to date. In this article, we’ll look at the new Golf and its reliability. The Volkswagen Golf has been one of the most successful cars in its class and has received numerous awards.
Volkswagen Golf MK7 GTI
The Volkswagen Golf MK7 GTI is a modified version of the popular model. The re-release was announced in late 2014 and is set to be released in the US in early 2015. It will be offered in two trim levels – standard and GTI. The Mk7 GTI will cost between PS3-4k more than the standard Golf. It will have a more powerful engine and more torque than the standard Golf. The car’s price is a deciding factor.
Volkswagen Golf MK7 GTI engine
In terms of engine power, the Volkswagen Golf MK7 GTI is the most powerful car of its class. Powered by a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine, it is an ideal companion for a sporty driving style. This car offers a wide range of performance and power, and the new V6 engine is the best-selling model in the world. This model also features a range of other advanced technology, including an innovative Vehicle Dynamics Manager that takes performance to the next level.
Volkswagen Golf MK7 GTI facelift
The facelifted Volkswagen Golf is more than just a cosmetic update. The most noticeable change is the Active Info Display, VW’s equivalent of Audi’s Virtual Cockpit. Though it isn’t as good as Audi’s, it does have the basics. This display will be available on the Golf MK7 GTI, and some of the new models will have customisable mood lighting.
Volkswagen Golf MK7 GTI reliability
The Volkswagen Golf MK7 GTI has a history of reliability issues, and has also was recalled a few times, but it is worth checking the history and reliability rating before purchasing a new model. Some common problems with the Mk7 Golf include a faulty automatic gearbox, broken timing chains in petrol engines and headlights, and a smear-prone windscreen. The good news is that most of these problems are easy to fix.
Volkswagen Golf MK7 GTI problems
The Volkswagen Golf MK7 GTI has a long list of common problems. One of the most common problems is the hood release cable. The hood release cable consists of two cables connected by a union above the driver’s headlamp. Each cable is adorned with a plastic cup or metal ball that can break under extreme pressure. If the cable breaks, the hood cannot be opened. A similar problem is experienced with the hood release handle, which has a metal ball at one end that sits inside a pocket in the handle. It is prone to breaking under pressure, and Volkswagen sells the entire assembly separately.
Modded Euros video series on Project MK7 GTI
The first installment of the Modded Euros video series on VW Golf is now available! The first video shows off a bone stock 2015 GTI turned into a street-tuned hatchback. The car’s performance has been greatly improved thanks to an extensive range of upgrades. The team also installed a carbon-fiber intake, and stage 1+ tuning, as well as an upgraded DSG transmission.