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Compare the 2017 Golf Alltrack vs the 2017 Audi Allroad

The 2017 Golf Alltrack vs the 2017 Audi Allroad

When it comes to finding a new wagon, or any new car, it can be a difficult process going from dealership to dealership, and website to website in search of the best possible deal. But, we at Falcone Volkswagen want you to have an easy and stress-free car buying experience, and to help make that possible, we've decided to save you trouble and compare our wagon, the 2017 Golf Alltrack with one of its competitors: the 2017 Audi Allroad. To show the expanse of potential, we compare the base models of each side-by-side.



Cost

Starting with the biggest deciding factor, cost, the Golf Alltrack sits at a starting price close to half the price of the Audi Allroad.

Performance

Under the hood, the Volkswagen comes with a smaller engine-a 1.8-liter I4 engine compared to the Audi's 2.0-liter I4-and they both come with all-wheel drive. But, the Golf Alltrack's engine has superior fuel economy. The Golf Alltrack also comes with a six-speed automatic transmission, while the Audi Allroad comes with a seven-speed automated manual transmission.

Interior

Inside, both wagons seat five people comfortably with plenty of cargo space left over. The Audi Allroad jumps ahead with available Navigation and Keyless Ignition. But the Volkswagen Golf Alltrack comes standard roadside assistance and satellite radio.

Safety

Safety-wise, the Volkswagen Golf Alltrack wins out with the most standard safety features. These include Airbag Deployment notification, Emergency Service, and Stolen Vehicle Tracking Assistance.




  

Test Drive the 2017 Golf Alltrack at our Dealership Today

While we can tell you how the Volkswagen Golf Alltrack distinguishes itself from the competition, the only way to know the most important distinction-if it's the vehicle for you-is by getting behind the wheel and experiencing it for yourself. So, stop by our dealership for a test drive today. We proudly serve the present and future Volkswagen drivers of Indianapolis, as well as those drivers of Carmel, Fishers, Greenwood, and Lawrence. For more information on our current inventory of Golf Alltrack models, please feel free to contact us directly here on our website or over the phone during normal business hours.