The Volkswagen Golf I Hatchback is a stalwart of the Volkswagen family that first rolled off the production line in 1974. Coming in at just under 13' long, the 1988 Golf I Hatchback is a spacious ride for the budget-conscious driver. With its unmistakable boxy design, the Golf I Hatchback delivers a car with timeless design at an affordable price. The exterior of the 1988 Golf I Hatchback is made with high-grade baked enamel paint giving it a stunningly glossy finish in a variety of colors. The car offers lightweight construction with driving performance and handling that are worthy of its Volkswagen lineage. Along with its five-spoke alloy wheels, the striking front grille, and the iconic red VW badge, the Golf I Hatchback maximizes its curb appeal. The interior of the 1988 Golf I Hatchback is equipped with two four-way manual adjustable cloth-covered bucket seats and a two-spoke steering wheel with cruise control. The interior has been modernized, giving the car a smart, but comfortable feel. The car also features an advanced cross-steering system, an anti-lock braking system, and an engine warning light, demonstrating its amenities that keep the driver and passenger safe. All in all, the 1988 Volkswagen Golf I Hatchback is an iconic vehicle for those looking for all the formidability and reliability of a Volkswagen but don't want to break the bank. Built with safety and precision, every Volkswagen Golf I Hatchback gives drivers confidence in the car, no matter the distance in-between.
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