Volkswagen GTI Interior

The rating of Volkswagen GTI interior is 92
Volkswagen GTI interiorVolkswagen prioritizes comfort, and the 2011 Volkswagen GTI is packed with high-class fabrics and features. The Volkswagen GTI comes traditional with Bluetooth technology, SIRIUS radio, a touch display audio system, and heated front seating. Experts aren’t disappointed with the 2011 Volkswagen GTI’s interior, and buyers won’t be either.

Volkswagen GTI Interior details:

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The 2011 Volkswagen GTI has a strong list of interior features that includes traditional Bluetooth, SIRIUS Satellite Radio, a touch display audio system, iPod connectivity and heated from seating. Another bonus is that Volkswagen allows the shopper to choose between two traditional seats features: VW’s Interlagos plaid pattern that was in the original hatch or leather. A Dynstereo luxury audio system is auxillary and highly recommended since some experts say the base audio system seems outdated. The Autobahn Package adds leather seats, a power sunroof and front sport seating. DVD Satellite Navigation with an integrated 30-GB hard drive is also auxillary. The Volkswagen GTI comes with an LCD touch display regardless of whether you opt for the navigator. Most experts find the controls easy to use, though some criticize the navigator for poor graphics and speed. Experts think the system makes audio selection on the touch display a breeze.

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Most experts regard the front row of the 2011 VW Volkswagen GTI as especially convenient and supportive. The material features a striking plaid pattern inset that pays homage to Volkswagen material designs from previous decades. The Volkswagen GTI’s back bench isn’t tremendous, but it’s one of the most roomy in its class. Best of all is that heated front seating come traditional - quite a luxury for a vehicle costing less than $25K. If you need more space in the rearseat, consider the four-door option; experts say it’s more roomy than the two-door. It’s also about $600 more, but if you need extra room, the option is well worth the higher price.

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The Volkswagen GTI offers 15. 1 cubbies of trunk room in the two-door. The trunk volume in the four-door is a little less: 14. 7 cubbies. The back seating fold to increase room, but they don’t fold flat, which limits cargo features. If ample cargo room is a must, the Audi A3 provides 19. 5 cubbies with all seating in use and 39. 0cubbies with the back seating flat - but it starts around $4,000 more than the VW. The A3 is pricey, but if you’re prioritizing performance, look styling, and upscale interior and room, it’s the best option.

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