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Volkswagen Golf VII Variant (facelift 2017) 1.0 TSI (110 Hp) DSG technical specifications and fuel economy

Volkswagen  Golf VII Variant (facelift 2017)  1.0 TSI (110 Hp) DSG

Volkswagen Golf VII Variant (facelift 2017) 1.0 TSI (110 Hp) DSG has a combined fuel consumption of 4.8-4.9 l/100 km urban fuel consumption of 5.7-5.8 l/100 km extra urban fuel consumption of 4.3-4.4 l/100 km Volkswagen Golf VII Variant (facelift 2017) 1.0 TSI (110 Hp) DSG accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 10.4 sec. The maximum speed is 197 km/h | 122 mph.



Volkswagen Golf VII Variant (facelift 2017) 1.0 TSI (110 Hp) DSG Technical information

  • Engine displacement
    999 cm3
  • Power
    110 hp
    81 kW
  • Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h
    10.4 sec
  • Maximum speed
    197 km/h
    122 mph
  • Kerb Weight
    1242 kg
    2738 lbs
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Volkswagen  Golf VII Variant (facelift 2017)  1.0 TSI (110 Hp) DSG  General information General information
Brand : Volkswagen
Model : Golf
Generation : Golf VII Variant (facelift 2017)
Engine / modification : 1.0 TSI (110 Hp) DSG
Production start : 2017 year
Production end : 2019 year
Coupe type : Combi
Num. of Doors : 5
Num. of seats : 5
Volkswagen  Golf VII Variant (facelift 2017)  1.0 TSI (110 Hp) DSG  Fuel economy (consumption) Fuel economy (consumption)
Fuel consumption / economy - urban : 5.7-5.8 l/100 km
Fuel consumption / economy - extra urban : 4.3-4.4 l/100 km
Fuel consumption / economy - combined : 4.8-4.9 l/100 km
Fuel consumption at Low speed (WLTP) :
Fuel Type : Petrol (Gasoline)
Fuel consumption at Medium speed (WLTP) :
Fuel consumption at high speed (WLTP) :
Fuel tank volume : 50 l | 13.2 US gallons | 11.0 UK gallons
Fuel consumption at very high speed (WLPT) :
Combined fuel consumption (WPLT) :
Emission standard : Euro 6
CO2 emissions : 110-113 g/km
Volkswagen  Golf VII Variant (facelift 2017)  1.0 TSI (110 Hp) DSG  Performance Performance
Power : 110 hp | 81 kW
Max power in : 5000-5500 rpm.
Maximum speed : 197 km/h | 122 mph
Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h : 10.4 sec
CO2 emissions (WLTP) :
Torque : 200 Nm @ 2000-3500 rpm.
Volkswagen  Golf VII Variant (facelift 2017)  1.0 TSI (110 Hp) DSG  Engine Engine
Model Engine : CHZC
Engine position : Front, transversely
Engine displacement : 999 cm3
Engine oil capacity : 4.0 l
Fuel System : Direct injection
Aspiration / Turbine : Turbocharging
Position of cylinders : Inline
Number of cylinders : 3
Number of valves per cylinder : 4
All-electric range (WLTP) :
Average Energy consumption (WLTP) :
Volkswagen  Golf VII Variant (facelift 2017)  1.0 TSI (110 Hp) DSG  Electric motor Electric motor
System power :
System torque :
Volkswagen  Golf VII Variant (facelift 2017)  1.0 TSI (110 Hp) DSG  Transmission Transmission
Wheel Drive : Front wheel drive
Number of Gears (automatic transmission) : 7 DSG
Volkswagen  Golf VII Variant (facelift 2017)  1.0 TSI (110 Hp) DSG  Chassis Chassis
Length : 4567 mm | 179.8 in
Width : 1799 mm | 70.8 in
Width including mirrors : 2027 mm | 79.8 in
Height : 1515 mm | 59.6 in
Wheelbase : 2620 mm | 103.1 in
Front track : 1549 mm | 61.0 in
Rear (Back) track : 1520 mm | 59.8 in
Ride height : 140 mm | 5.5 in
Minimum volume of Luggage (trunk) : 605 l
Maximum amount of Luggage (trunk) : 1620 l
Max weight : 1860 kg | 4101 lbs
Front brakes : Ventilated discs
Rear brakes : Disc
Kerb Weight : 1242 kg | 2738 lbs
ABS : yes
Steering type : Steering rack
Power steering : Electric Steering
Max. roof load : 75 kg
Permitted trailer load with brakes (8%) : 1500 kg
Minimum turning circle (turning diameter) : 10.9 m
Permitted trailer load with brakes (12%) : 1300 kg
Permitted trailer load without brakes : 650 kg
Permitted towbar download : 80 kg
Volkswagen  Golf VII Variant (facelift 2017)  1.0 TSI (110 Hp) DSG  Tyres / Wheels Tyres / Wheels
Tire size : 195/65 R15
Wheel rims size : 6 J x 15
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