When shopping for a new VW wagon in Houston, you're bound to come across a variety of engaging options such as the Volkswagen Golf SportWagen and the Volkswagen Golf Alltrack. But how do you know which model is right for you? Let's dive deeper into each model and compare the differences between the SportWagen and the Alltrack to give you an idea of what each new VW model has to offer you this Spring.

Golf SportWagen vs. Golf Alltrack

At first glance, these two models may seem to be very similar. But when you dig a little deeper, you can begin to see that they each offer a series of unique advantages under different applications.

Side-By-Side Comparison

Golf SportWagen vs. Golf Alltrack

  • Starting MSRP: $21,895 vs. $26,895
  • Fuel Economy (City/Hwy) - 27/36 vs. 21/30
  • Horsepower - 147 vs. 168
  • All-Wheel Drive - Available vs. Standard
  • Off-Road Mode - Not Available vs. Standard

Both these VW wagons feature a five-door elongated body style that extends the rear cargo area to provide drivers and passengers with more room. Boasting similarly powerful drivetrains, both the SportWagen and the Alltrack come equipped with a robust 1.8-liter TSI four-cylinder engine that are available in your choice of manual or dual-clutch automatic systems.

Where these two models differ is in their performance value when transferring over from concrete to dirt. The Golf SportWagen is engineered for fun, efficient highway driving while the Golf Alltrack is optimized for those drivers in Houston who frequent the roads less traveled. Along with 4Motion® all-wheel-drive, the Alltrack features a unique Off-Road driving mode which enables this wagon to prioritize traction control when the terrain gets tough.

To learn more, visit us online or join us in-person at Momentum Volkswagen in Houston and as ask out dedicated associated to walk you through both the Golf SportWagen and Golf Alltrack to see which vehicle is best suited for you.

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