The 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack safety rating and features have helped the car earn a great recognition. The latest Golf Alltrack model has just earned a five-star National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) safety rating. This is the highest possible score.
The 2017 Volkswagen Passat, Jetta and Beetle have all also earned five-star NHTSA safety scores.
Volkswagen Golf Alltrack Safety Features
In addition to the great NHTSA rating, the Golf Alltrack comes with a long list of standard and available safety features. Every model comes equipped with features like all-wheel drive, electronic stability control, automatic post-collision braking system and intelligent crash response. Additional safety features include adaptive cruise control, forward collision warnings with emergency braking, lane departure warnings and front, parking steering assistant and rear park distance control.
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2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack Engine and Performance
New Golf Alltrack models come equipped with a turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine. This peppy engine is able to produce 170 horsepower and 199 pound-feet of torque. Fuel economy estimates on the engine check in at 24 city/34 highway miles per gallon.
2017 will mark the debut of the Alltrack model of the popular Golf. With a hatchback body style and standard all-wheel drive, the Alltrack will add a dose of versatility to the Golf lineup, joining the Golf, Golf GTI, Golf R and Golf SportWagen.
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