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Volkswagen Golf II (19E) 1.3 CAT (55 Hp) technical specifications and fuel economy

Volkswagen  Golf II (19E)  1.3 CAT (55 Hp)



Volkswagen Golf II (19E) 1.3 CAT (55 Hp) Technical information

  • Engine displacement
    N/A
  • Power
    55 hp
    40 kW
  • Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h
    N/A
  • Maximum speed
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  • Kerb Weight
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Volkswagen  Golf II (19E)  1.3 CAT (55 Hp)  General information General information
Brand : Volkswagen
Model : Golf
Generation : Golf II (19E)
Engine / modification : 1.3 CAT (55 Hp)
Production start : 1986 year
Production end : 1992 year
Coupe type : Hatchback
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Volkswagen  Golf II (19E)  1.3 CAT (55 Hp)  Fuel economy (consumption) Fuel economy (consumption)
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Fuel Type : Petrol (Gasoline)
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Volkswagen  Golf II (19E)  1.3 CAT (55 Hp)  Performance Performance
Power : 55 hp | 40 kW
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Volkswagen  Golf II (19E)  1.3 CAT (55 Hp)  Engine Engine
Model Engine : GT, MH, NZ
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Engine oil capacity : 2.5-3.5 l
Coolant : 6.3-6.5 l
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Volkswagen  Golf II (19E)  1.3 CAT (55 Hp)  Electric motor Electric motor
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Volkswagen  Golf II (19E)  1.3 CAT (55 Hp)  Transmission Transmission
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Volkswagen  Golf II (19E)  1.3 CAT (55 Hp)  Chassis Chassis
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