2017 Volkswagen Golf vs 2017 Toyota Corolla
Though these models feature slightly different body designs, we decided to compare the 2017 Volkswagen Golf vs 2017 Toyota Corolla for ourselves, to see which vehicle might be a smarter choice for you and your lifestyle. The 2017 Golf hatchback features a turbocharged engine across every model in its lineup. Like the rest of the VW lineup, the 2017 Golf features loads of new standard features. Take a test drive to experience what it’s like to drive one of the most awarded hatchbacks on the market at Archer Volkswagen.
What’s new in 2017:
- Wolfsburg Edition trim level
- Two-door hatchback has been removed from lineup
- Reshuffled trim lineup
|2017 Golf||vs||2017 Corolla|
|Standard||Heated Door Mirrors||NA|
|170 @ 4,500 RPM||Horsepower||132 @ 6,000 RPM|
|184 @ 1,600 RPM||Torque||128 @ 4,400 RPM|
|15” Silver Aluminum||Wheels||15” Steel|
Experience the 2017 Golf at Archer Volkswagen
The Golf and Corolla are two of the most recognizable cars on the road today. When people think of a practical car, the Toyota Corolla usually pops into their head. The 2017 Volkswagen Golf also provides practicality and premium features at an affordable cost. The Golf hatchback can be everything you need from a compact sedan, including premium interior materials, a turbocharged engine, great fuel efficiency, and lots of room for cargo.
The 2017 Volkswagen Golf is able to offer pretty much everything that a compact car can, with the extra versatility of a hatchback. The Golf’s premium-style interior includes advanced technology like VW App-Connect that enables Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Mirrorlink. Along with the Toyota Corolla, the Golf finds competition from cars like the Ford Focus and Mazda3. Built on the same underpinnings and with the same design as the 2015 Golf that won North American Car of the Year, the 2017 Golf is a proven commodity.