The Volkswagen Golf I (Mk1/A1/17) 5-door Hatchback 1982 is a quintessential example of Volkswagen ingenuity and German automotive engineering. From the outside, the iconic shape of the Golf is unmistakable, with its generous sized five-door hatchback making it easy to access the cars cabin and cargo area. The roofline is smooth and aerodynamic, with slightly angular wheel arches and a flat hood that extends to the edge of the cars imposing front fascia. The cars gloss paint job and bright trim complete the Golfs timeless aesthetic. Inside the cabin, the Volkswagen Golf I (Mk1/A1/17) 5-door Hatchback 1982 has been designed to keep the driver in charge of the wheel. The dashboard has a simple but modern layout, with all essential information and controls within easy reach. All of the controls are intuitive and durable, made with higher quality materials than was average for this time. The steering wheel has a thick rim and quality-manufactured buttons and switches, all of which make the car easier to drive. In terms of performance, the Volkswagen Golf I (Mk1/A1/17) 5-door Hatchback 1982 had a 1.7 litre 4-cylinder petrol engine that produced 73 horsepower. This provided an impressive 0-60 mph time of 13.5 seconds and a top speed of 102 mph. Acceleration and top speed may not have been class-leading, but the handling was considered to be excellent the Golfs semi-independent rear suspension and De Dion axle gave it great stability on tighter corners, while its light weight meant it was surprisingly nimble. The Volkswagen Golf I (Mk1/A1/17) 5-door Hatchback 1982 was one of the most iconic cars of the 1980s. With timeless style, excellent performance and superb practicality, this classic compact car is a true classic of the Volkswagen range.
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