What Turbo is on Mk6 GTI Edition 35?

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What Turbo is on Mk6 GTI Edition 35?

VW hasn’t uprated the standard GTI’s 2.0-litre turbo. Instead, the Edition 35 uses a detuned version of the 267bhp 2.0-litre turbo from the Golf R.

What Turbo is on mk6 GTI Edition 35?

What engine is in a golf edition 35?


Engine In-line, 4cyl 1984cc, turbocharged
Max power 232bhp @ 5500-6300rpm
Max torque 221lb ft @ 2200-5500rpm
0-60 6.4sec (est)
Top speed 154mph

How long can mk6 GTI last?

As long as you take care of the car it will take care of you. With a GTI (Gasonline obviously) you can get 150,000+ miles out of it. Again, this is all under the caveat that you take care of the vehicle, break it in properly, and maintain it when required.

How many kms Can a Golf GTI do?

Lots of Mk5 GTIs in there with between 100,000 and 200,000 miles (ie. 160,000 – 320,000kms) with minimal issues – just routine maintenance! Great to know our cars are so durable and reliable in general. Stick to the service intervals and you will go a long way!

What is the GTI Clubsport edition 40?

Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport Edition 40 review: Retro flair To add to the nostalgic charm of the driving experience, Volkswagen has seen fit to throw in a wide black stripe, which runs from the front to rear wheels. It’s a knowing nod to the original GTI of 1976.

What is the difference between a Golf R and GTI?

The GTI and Golf R perform well and can be your perfect daily driver, and always have great power on tap. The GTI does 0-60 mph in 5.4 seconds, while the Golf R sprints to 60 mph in 4.7 seconds. More horses and more torque spread on all four wheels make the Golf R the faster car.

Should you buy a VW GTI Clubsport?

(Pocket-lint) – The fact that the GTI Clubsport even exists is a miracle in itself. Volkswagen already offers the brilliantly capable GTI and the Golf R for those needing extra spice, while the fallout from an emissions scandal has seen the entire Volkswagen group withdraw from publicising anything overtly sporting or CO2-emitting.

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