From £27,690 (inc the Plug In car grant) the electric revolution is more affordable.
Great for short journeys and within urban areas the e-Golf has a fully electric powertrain. Its 'best performance' stats give 9.6 seconds acceleration 0-62 mph in the e-Golf 136PS BEV.
Buy before 31st December 2017 to take advantage of Volkswagen's Scrappage Upgrade Scheme. Trade in your older diesel for a new electric Golf and you could save up to £10,000 (that's £5,500 with the Scrappage Upgrade Scheme and £4,500 with the Plug In vehicle grant).
The VW e-Golf reaches up to 186 miles/300km (NEDC) before re-charging is required.*
You can charge at home, work, out and about, at fuel stations and motorway services. For optimum use of energy you can use driving profile settings to help you. With zero emissions its great for the environment.
The design of the e-Golf still retains the iconic shape. With LED lights, which give high luminosity and low power consumption and blue elements, the e-Golf gives a stylish presence on the road.
Interior comfort is top class, as you'd expect from a Golf, with a clear overview of your driving information screen - 'Active Information Display'. 16" Astana alloy wheels add to the clean lines and great look.
The up-to-the-minute infotainment system gives you hands free, traffic information, Discover Pro sat nav, music, Car Net smartphone remote control charging and heating of the car, internet connection and apps.
Driver assistance systems are also included: front assist, park assist, city emergency braking, pedestrian monitoring and blind spot sensors to name but a few.
All in all the new e-Golf will not disappoint.
To find out more contact our dealerships at Medway and Ashford.
To find out more about low emissions driving, visit: www.GoUltraLow.com
* New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) - The actual range achieved in realistic conditions differs from this result during normal driving operation and amounts to approx. 200km on average annually and is dependent on driving style, speed, use of comfort features or auxiliary equipment, ambient temperature, number of passengers/load, choice of driving profile (Normal, ECO, ECO+), and terrain.