What is VW Golf Plus?
The Volkswagen Golf Plus is a two-row compact MPV (C-segment) manufactured by Volkswagen between 2004 and 2014 under the Golf nameplate. Developed as a more practical alternative to the Golf hatchback and positioned below the three-row Touran, it is derived from the Golf Mk5 and based on the PQ35 platform.
Is Golf Plus bigger than Golf?
A little bigger than a Golf but not as big the Touran, the Plus straddles the line between family hatch and compact people carrier. It borrows all the good bits of the Golf – familiar looks, car-like refinement and driving characteristics – and adds a little more in the way of space and flexibility.
What replaced the VW Golf Plus?
Volkswagen Golf SV
The Volkswagen Golf SV is a bigger and more practical alternative to the standard Golf hatchback. It’s the successor to the old Golf Plus but it’s now longer, wider, and taller, rivalling cars such as the Ford C-Max, Citroen C4 Picasso and BMW 2 Series Active Tourer.
Is golf SV discontinued?
The Golf SV is no longer available to order.
How reliable is the golf SV?
Is a used Volkswagen Golf SV hatchback reliable? In our most recent reliability survey the Golf finished midway in the table of family cars, with a respectable score of 75%. Most issues centred on non-engine electrics, but nearly all problems were fixed within a week and under warranty.
What does golf SV mean?
The Volkswagen Golf SV is a more practical and spacious version of the VW Golf and it’s a far more capable MPV than the Golf Plus it replaces. The Ford C-Max is it’s closest rival followed by the Citroen C4 Picasso and the Renault Scenic. 1/12. Buy a new or used Volkswagen Golf SV at a price you’ll love.
What has replaced the golf SV?
The Volkswagen Golf SV is a more practical and spacious version of the VW Golf and it’s a far more capable MPV than the Golf Plus it replaces. The Ford C-Max is it’s closest rival followed by the Citroen C4 Picasso and the Renault Scenic.
Is the VW Golf SV still in production?
When was golf SV updated?
The SV sold in its original form until early 2018, when it was updated with slightly smarter looks and a more modern range of petrol engines, plus upgraded safety and media kit.