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2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack S Wagon

2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack S Wagon

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Price: SOLD

Mileage: 17,300 Miles

Engine: 1.8L TSI Direct Injection Turbocharged I4 Cylinder Engine

Transmission: 6-Speed Manual Transmission

Exterior color: Platinum Grey Metallic Exterior

Interior: Titan Black Leatherette Interior

Additional features:

Drive Mode Selection w/ Off-Road Mode

Halogen Headlights w/ Daytime Running

Fog Lights

Heated Folding Power Mirrors

Alltrack Bumpers, Grill, & Trim

Leather Steering Wheel, Brake Lever, and Shift Knob

Heated Manual Seats w/ Power Recline

Composition Media 6.5” Touchscreen

HD Radio, CD Player, Aux In, Bluetooth

Sirrus XM Capability

8-Speaker Sound System

Rearview Camera

App-Connect Smartphone Integration

Keyless Access with Push-Button Start

Monster Mat Rubber Floor Mats

Trunk Mat w/ Cargo Blocks

Roadside Assistance Kit

Yakama Timerline Roof Rack

17” Alloy Alltrack Wheels

Falken Sincera All-Season Tires

Driver Care Package Factory Warranty

Clean Carfax

Background

2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack S Wagon exterior photo

The MK7 Volkswagen Golf is one of the best new cars you can buy. We aren’t new car fans at Glen Shelly, but one of the few that we recommend unequivocally is the MK7 Golf—be it in base form all the way up to the GTI. With the release of the MK7 Golf, Volkswagen brought a wagon back under the Golf name plate as the Golf Sport Wagon. Or if you wanted more standard options, slightly more ground clearance and all-wheel drive you could get the Golf Alltrack. The Alltrack fits a sweet spot in the dwindling wagon segment (shame on crossovers). It isn’t as bloated or as Subaruish as, well, the Subaru Outback, but it has more than enough space for your recreational needs and a sophisticated all-wheel drive system in VW’s 4Motion system. More importantly it is German, so it delivers something Subaru lost generations ago—proper driving dynamics. The level of refinement in the MK7 Golf Alltrack is more Audi than Volkswagen, yet it costs considerably less than its up-market brethren despite sharing many similar parts. Standard kit in the Alltrack includes selectable drive modes, durable leatherette seats, and a 6.5-inch touchscreen. More importantly, it is an all-wheel drive wagon that can be had with a manual gearbox—something even BMW has given up on (shame BMW, shame). In a world where numb, bloated, and infotainment-centric crossovers are becoming the norm, the MK7 Golf Alltrack is a refreshing alternative for the sporting driver. Thank you Volkswagen for keeping the faith!

Summary

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This 2017 Platinum Grey Metallic Alltrack S is an exceptional example with only 17,300 miles. I am no fan of modern cars, but the Mk7 Golf Alltrack is one of the few that I absolutely love. It was originally purchased by Emich Volkswagen in Denver Colorado, and has remained in Colorado since new. I purchased it from the original owner and am proud to have it in the Glen Shelly inventory. It is spec’d exactly as I would have ordered it—with a 6-speed manual gearbox. It comes with Monster mat rubber floor mats and trunk mat with cargo blocks, along with the roadside assistance kit. Other than Yakama Timberline roof rack, is bone-stock and barely broken in. It just had the 20K mile service done early including a fresh oil change. The Carfax is clean and all records are included in the sale, along with two key fobs, all owners’ manuals, and the original window sticker. The condition is virtually perfect, with no notable or glaring cosmetic or mechanical defects. There are two small spots of curb rash, one on each passenger side wheel, along a light scuff on the right rear bumper cover and very light pitting on the front bumper cover. We replaced the right front fog light cover due to a crack (pictured prior to replacement). There are few better cars for the money than a MK7 Golf Alltrack, if you want the driver’s alternative to a Subaru Outback. NADA is $21,325; I rounded down to $21,000 even.