One owner only!
– 1.8 liter 4-cylinder gasoline engine with 55 kW (75 hp) and 4-speed automatic transmission
– Without doubt only one vehicle owner
– Mileage plausible according to service book
– Outside mirrors electrically adjustable, outside mirror left heated
– Power glass sunroof
– Comfort package, complete on-board tools
– Original Volkswagen radio “Alpha” with cassette and roof antenna
– Alloy wheels Orlando 6J X 14
– 10/2021 new timing belt Km 42419
– rear muffler and front brakes renewed
– German registration + valid technical control (MOT) until 10/2023
Good general condition with few traces of use
In 1974, Volkswagen presented the Golf – a great improvement on its predecessor, the Beetle, with its air-cooled rear-mounted engine. Right from the start, the Golf was a front-wheel drive car, with water-cooled, transversely mounted engines – and a huge success. After nine years, the second generation was introduced in 1983. The characteristic shape and basic concept remained untouched, but the new series was somewhat more rounded and considerably larger: 5.5 cm wider and a full 28 cm longer. When the 3rd generation was introduced in 1991, it had again become larger and significantly heavier. The “Variant” station wagon version was available from 1994. A new convertible was also launched, so that the Golf I Cabrio could finally be retired after 13 years.
For the Golf III, the engine range started at 1.4 liters and extended to the mighty 2.9 liter VR6, which produced 142 kW (193 hp). Many Golf IIIs were sold with the new turbodiesel direct injection (TDI) engine, which was offered from 1993 and revised in 1996. Unfortunately, the “3 Series Golf” could not quite match its predecessor in terms of rust prevention and build quality.