The pricing and specs sheet of the 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack has been revealed by the company.
The car is set to arrive at dealership stores in the U.S. next month.
The car uses the same body and chassis as the Golf Sportwagen with some minor changes like an increased ride height by 0.6 inches, all-wheel drive system and body cladding. The Alltrack is being offered in three different trimlines, with the S model priced at $26,670. The variant sports a six speed dual clutch system and is priced higher at $27,770. However, by next year, the company plans to roll out a manual transmission system which will bring down the price to a much affordable range.
Designed to appease the most demanding buyers, the 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack S variant has front seat heating, eight-speaker surround sound setup, leatherette seats, cruise control combined with a large 6.5-inch touchscreen display to control the infotainment system. It also includes a rearview camera that assists during parking and when on the highways as an additional safety measure.
If you are ready to pay the increased price tag of $31,350, the company offers the SE model which brings some exotic features. The car will be equipped with a panoramic roof, keyless entry, push button start, Fender audio system and a couple of other comfort elements. The top of the line in the Golf Alltrack is pioneered by the SEL model with its dual zone automatic climate control, power lumbar driver seat, automatic navigation. All of them comes with a price tag of $33,710.
A dedicated driver assistance package is offered by the auto brand which will set you back by $845 for both the S and the SE models. The pack adds plenty of safety features including parking assist, forward collision warning, adaptive cruise control and rear distance parking control. A special elite package for the SEL model priced at $1,995 is available which adds adaptive front lighting, lane departure warning, bi xenon headlights and high beam control.
The 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack is powered by a 1.8-liter inline four engine delivering up to 170 horsepower combined with 199 lb feet of torque. It has an all-wheel drive setup by default which saves you money, especially if you are keen on having AWD on your car. Many models prompt buyers to pay additional cost to get the feature but VW Alltrack’s powertrain is designed for a four-wheel drive setup.