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Volkswagen Golf 1.6 TDI S only £11,845 Brand New With Scrappage (RRP £15,795) £11,845.00

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VW are offering £3,950 off a new Golf 1.6 TDI S - this has the latest common rail diesel technology engine which returns an impressive 62.9 mpg! This model has decent spec including climatic air cond…
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VW are offering £3,950 off a new Golf 1.6 TDI S - this has the latest common rail diesel technology engine which returns an impressive 62.9 mpg! This model has decent spec including climatic air conditioning.

The new Golf is refined throughout, from the classy cabin to the clean and efficient new engines; this is the safest, quietest, most luxurious and technically advanced Golf we've ever built.

Volkswagen is offering £2,250 off all Golf S petrol models and £2,950 on all Golf S diesel models in addition to the Government £1,000. You can now buy a new Golf S 1.4 80PS 3dr from £10,825 or a Golf S 1.6 TDI 90PS 3dr from £11,845 in conjunction with the Government scrappage scheme.

Your old car must have been registered on or before 31st August 1999 and you must have owned the car for a minimum of 1 year. The scheme will help remove older cars from our roads, replacing them with safer and more environmentally-friendly models. Please contact your local retailer for further details of this scheme.
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#1
This has already been posted. at least 2 months ago relating to the Arnold Clark offer. I even bought one myself!
#2
ninjin
This has already been posted. at least 2 months ago relating to the Arnold Clark offer. I even bought one myself!


Seriously considering one myself, hows the car with the lowest powered engine? Not expecting it to be a hot hatch, but does it feel/drive ok etc with only 90bhp?
#3
ninjin
This has already been posted. at least 2 months ago relating to the Arnold Clark offer. I even bought one myself!


I remember a deal posted for Arnold Clark for the 1.4 petrol, but there hasn't been anything posted for the new TDI engined model. Also, i have driven both the 1.4 petrol and the 1.6 TDI 90 and there is no comparison - the petrol is totally lethargic whereas the diesel has far more midrange punch and feels pretty lively. 62+mpg helps too!
#4
futura
I remember a deal posted for Arnold Clark for the 1.4 petrol at £11,999 without scrappage. However, to be fair, i have driven both the 1.4 petrol and the 1.6 TDI 90 and there is no comparison - the diesel has far more midrange punch and feels pretty lively. 62+mpg helps too!


I haven't had chance to drive them yet, but my local VW dealer told me the petrol was nippier and revved much easier. Said the 1.6 tdi felt heavy and underpowered but was very frugal. Hmm, I really do need to try them, as they may have just had more 1.4 petrol to shift
#5
It's Great deal. Grab it! Just need money!Ohhh~~
#6
Adidas Addict
I haven't had chance to drive them yet, but my local VW dealer told me the petrol was nippier and revved much easier. Said the 1.6 tdi felt heavy and underpowered but was very frugal. Hmm, I really do need to try them, as they may have just had more 1.4 petrol to shift


Well 90bhp is not much. The 105bhp 1.6 TDi gives all but identical mpg (identical engine with only a different airbox and exhaust manifold) and is in the same road tax bracket and on the offer is only £745 more and well worth the extra IMO. I would also add a retro fit tuning box upping the bhp to 130 and torque to 214 (lbs/ft). This will should give it a sub 10sec 0-60 yet still get 60mpg and leave it in class C £35 road tax banding.
#7
not bad at all! buy a crap pre99 car and drive for one yr then get the deal done..... if it still available then!
#8
mikeswrx02
not bad at all! buy a crap pre99 car and drive for one yr then get the deal done..... if it still available then!


Scrappage ends Feb 2010 :whistling:
#9
good luck - VW & Audi are both out of build slots - esp golf & polo until next year = 17.5%vat so the deal MAY not be as good as asvertised!!!

I have just tried to get an instock new golf/polo for my wife and i found more rocking horse poo on the way home.
#10
Just a shame VW can't improve their reliability and get it back to where it used to be.
#11
any ideas on reliable best small automatic for elderly lady--sorry at 89 it is difficult to know
#12
any ideas on reliable best small automatic for elderly lady--sorry at 89 it is difficult to know


I'd say Honda Jazz or anything by Toyota. These two marques are known for reliability.

http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/carbycar/index.htm?md=1174

http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/carbycar/index.htm?md=1249

http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/carbycar/index.htm?md=952

There's some ideas anyway :)
#13
Base diesel golf shout do compartively well for depreciation.
#14
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Well 90bhp is not much. The 105bhp 1.6 TDi gives all but identical mpg (identical engine with only a different airbox and exhaust manifold) and is in the same road tax bracket and on the offer is only £745 more and well worth the extra IMO. I would also add a retro fit tuning box upping the bhp to 130 and torque to 214 (lbs/ft). This will should give it a sub 10sec 0-60 yet still get 60mpg and leave it in class C £35 road tax banding.



Don't recomend modding a car that's still under warranty, also this car won't have the stopping power required for 130BHP
#15
130bhp is not a lot though. Does it have different disc brakes then to cars with more power in the range?

Personally I want a 1.4GT been looking for an MK5 one. I have a MK5 1.6 FSI good car but even with 115bhp it's still too underpowered.
#16
fishmaster;6541409
I'd say Honda Jazz or anything by Toyota. These two marques are known for reliability.

http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/carbycar/index.htm?md=1174

http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/carbycar/index.htm?md=1249

http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/carbycar/index.htm?md=952

There's some ideas anyway :)


Yep - Honda Jazz or Toyota Yaris (Aygo if you want even smaller) should fit the bill.
#17
Ah yeah of course, dunno how I forgot that one :

http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/carbycar/index.htm?md=977
#18
fishmaster
130bhp is not a lot though. Does it have different disc brakes then to cars with more power in the range?

Personally I want a 1.4GT been looking for an MK5 one. I have a MK5 1.6 FSI good car but even with 115bhp it's still too underpowered.


I'd be surprised if the the MKV 2.0 TDI 140 Sport has the same brake setup as the sub 100BHP model, do Golfs come with drums on lower spec models?

130BHP is relative to the car it's in, Passat/A4 comfortable, Fabia/Polo/Ibiza good fun!
#19
aabarcellos
any ideas on reliable best small automatic for elderly lady--sorry at 89 it is difficult to know


or consider Fiat Panda Eleganza 1.2 auto at just over £8000 (drive the deal). Ideally suited to your intended driver.
#20
aabarcellos
any ideas on reliable best small automatic for elderly lady--sorry at 89 it is difficult to know


Hyundai i10

Loved my owners and the press, £35 tax, cheap insurance, great economy and a five year unlimited mileage warranty.

Decent sized boot and five doors.

Knocks the Aygo/107/C1 into oblivion.

(Automatic is an option on the top spec vehicle, but unfortunately that takes it into a higher tax bracket.)
#21
londislagerhound
Hyundai i10

Loved my owners and the press, £35 tax, cheap insurance, great economy and a five year unlimited mileage warranty.

Decent sized boot and five doors.

Knocks the Aygo/107/C1 into oblivion.

(Automatic is an option on the top spec vehicle, but unfortunately that takes it into a higher tax bracket.)


Agreed, but there is a waiting list because they are so popular.:thumbsup:
#22
Newbold
Tłumaczenie narzędzi są wspaniałe, nie są?



There is fine translation of instrument, are not they?

Shame, it just doesn't come out the same as you want it to!
#23
I wouldn't touch the 1.4 petrol. UPI have to really rev it for it to keep up with general traffic as it doesn't have the torque. I have the 1.9 diesel in the Touran people carrier and it is great. You don't need to rag it and it gets nearly 50mpg even with the ac on almost all the time. I would recommend diesel anyday.
#24
Typo on my phone, 'UPI' should say 'you!'
#25
Get a GTI and then you will know what is like driving a golf:p
#26
Newbold
Yep - Honda Jazz or Toyota Yaris (Aygo if you want even smaller) should fit the bill.


AGHAGHAGA

Yet another person who doesnt understand the difference between reliability and cost of ownership.

The jazz is very realiable, however your pockets need to be deep when things go wrong.

Also remembering that the higher the spec a vehicle the more things there are to go wrong, hence they become 'technically' less realiable. Eg we drive a 1.2 E polo as a 2nd car, it has no spec hence has had 0 issues in 4 years.

Dont beleive all the marketing bullcrap, make your own informed choice and dont forget to ask the garage about servicing costs etc.
#27
The Mark 6 Golf is a stunningly brilliant car. I had a 1.6 diesel for a weekend and was bowled over by it superb build quality and refinement. The 1.6 is not sluggish, in fact is an excellent compromise between economy, refinement and performance. The only problem you will have is finding a new one! I was quoted Feb 2010 and that was making an order 5 weeks ago as the UK allocation for 2009 has run out.
#28
madjid
Get a GTI and then you will know what is like driving a golf:p


thats what i thought, until i traded my GTI for R32.
#29
AGHAGHAGA

Yet another person who doesnt understand the difference between reliability and cost of ownership.


What are you a child? How can any one take your post/s seriously when you arrogantly laugh (I presume that was a laugh, or maybe asking your mother to take your dummy out maybe) like a foolish kid. I originally brought up these cars as reliable and good choices and provided what I consider are honest reviews of these cars. Conversely I can make the argument that a car which has cheaper parts but goes wrong a lot more often is no better than a very reliable car with more expensive parts that hardly goes wrong. Sort out your attitude it's a bit obnoxious.
#30
I had the 1.6 on holiday as a hire car... With 2 people in the car it could barely move it was so underpowered for the weight. The sound system was also so bad I thought the speakers had all blown or something. Maybe I just expected more from a golf...
#31
yaris2774
thats what i thought, until i traded my GTI for R32.


You drive a Golf R32 and your board name is yaris :-D

Ps i have the SE 105ps mark 6 as a company car and its a good drive, would recommend it over the focus style tdci which was the other option.
#32
I've had a MK5 for over a year. An 04 reg which has now done 52K miles. Not much has gone wrong to be honest, only a sensor which the garage reckoned was £300+ and they fixed it out of warranty for free. Depends if you believe the garage of course :) If I get a 1.4GT which has a supercharger and turbo and get the DSG option which is everything I'd want then I'd expect probably to have more problems and larger bills in the future.
#33
fishmaster
What are you a child? How can any one take your post/s seriously when you arrogantly laugh (I presume that was a laugh, or maybe asking your mother to take your dummy out maybe) like a foolish kid. I originally brought up these cars as reliable and good choices and provided what I consider are honest reviews of these cars. Conversely I can make the argument that a car which has cheaper parts but goes wrong a lot more often is no better than a very reliable car with more expensive parts that hardly goes wrong. Sort out your attitude it's a bit obnoxious.


I used to work in the car industry so I find it important to make sure people are informed rather than rely on marketing.

It hacks me off that people are conned into buying cars that on the belief in a low number of 'warrenty repairs' when they are infact, on average, going to cost them more money.

This is hot uk deals, we want value for money.
#34
Ok that's fair enough but you can make your point without resorting to overly chastising people.
#35
aabarcellos
any ideas on reliable best small automatic for elderly lady--sorry at 89 it is difficult to know


I would recommend the Nissan Note/Micra uber popular with the elderly, easy to get in and out of and very easy to drive.
#36
[QUOTE=HenrysCat]You drive a Golf R32 and your board name is yaris :-D

lol, yeah, sad i know, have moved up slightly since the yaris! but totally loved it at the time.
now just too lazy to change username, email etc.
#37
Adidas Addict
I would recommend the Nissan Note/Micra uber popular with the elderly, easy to get in and out of and very easy to drive.


I guess any 'sit up and beg' style of car would be great.

How about a golf plus? Larger, but doesnt quite carry the premium of the golf, so 2nd hand bargains can be found.
#38
Hot price, but be prepared to get on first name terms with your mechanic.
#39
abaxas
I used to work in the car industry so I find it important to make sure people are informed rather than rely on marketing.

It hacks me off that people are conned into buying cars that on the belief in a low number of 'warrenty repairs' when they are infact, on average, going to cost them more money.

This is hot uk deals, we want value for money.

Isn't there a three year warranty with new cars regardless? Or at least cover for that amount so you don't need to MOT it?
#40
I would recommend the Nissan Note/Micra uber popular with the elderly, easy to get in and out of and very easy to drive.


There's also the Nissan Pixo which has an auto option and is a cheap to buy no frills car.

http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/carbycar/index.htm?md=1423

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