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  1. Golf I & Jetta I
    Hi all. Just finished my ABA swap w 4 speed 020 and I’d like a way to see my fuel economy. I’m not slamming the gas, I get to 4th gear ASAP, but I’m only getting around 27mpg, which is a bit pathetic for a 2.0 in a little MK1 body, when it gets 30+ in a MK3 body. How do I go about wiring in an...
  2. Golf V & Jetta V
    Hello. I have a 2004 Golf mk5 with a 2.0 fsi engine, making 110kw. I recently noticed that my fuel consumption became rather high. I haven't recorded any numbers but the range that it says is not acurrate at all. It sometimes drops 20 or 30 km in minutes and never come back. Fuel light comes on...
  3. Golf IV & Jetta IV
    Hello fellas. Recently my golf started to use A LOT more fuel than normal. I'll explain. Usually it sat around 7.5L/100km (32mpg) or less on country roads / highway. Not weird considering the car is now 22 years old. When new it was rated 6L/100km. My guess is that it is a bit more efficient...
  4. Golf V & Jetta V
    I bought my 2009 Jetta 2.5L about 3 months ago, and I’ve always gotten about 450km out of a full tank of gas. But this seems really low to me, i used to drive a 2001 Jetta tdi and I would get 1000km out of a tank easy. I know that the Diesel engine is way better on gas but I wouldn’t think that...
  5. Volkswagen News Blog
    Revealed what seems like ages ago, Volkswagen’s  upcoming flagship car  will arrive in the U.S. as a 2019 model — halfway through 2019. Bearing the inelegant name Arteon, the new range-topper had its boat trip delayed by a new European test cycle that impacted the certification and release of...
  6. Volkswagen News Blog
    The next-generation Jetta , has plenty of newness on offer, having switched to the company’s MQB platform for the 2019 model year. Along with a stretch in wheelbase, the new Jetta gains expanded passenger volume and updated features, though not an updated engine. The well-regarded 1.4-liter...
  7. Volkswagen News Blog
    Golf TDI® beats the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS achievement for “lowest fuel consumption—48 U.S. contiguous States for a non-hybrid car” at a stellar 81.17 mpg Herndon, Va. — Volkswagen of America, Inc., is pleased to announce today that the 2015 Golf TDI® Clean Diesel, part of the family of...
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