Despite the Volkswagen Golf GTI Mk1 being a "little bullet of fun", the latest addition to the range is no let down, a reviewer has stated.
Writing for the Telegraph, Erin Baker has revealed that she found the new Mk6 GTI to be "more fun", with the added aid of comfortable and supportive seats.
Furthermore, the writer indicated that the new Golf is loaded with useable space for a motorist, while the driver’s ergonomics are "brilliant" and the fabrics and plastics are "smart".
To conclude, Ms Baker reveals that the car is that much fun to drive that it made her "laugh out loud", while it could offer many uses to an owner.
The vehicle has the capabilities of being a sports car, "family load lugger" and an "urban commuter", according to Ms Baker.
Meanwhile, on an urban fuel economy cycle, a motorist could travel 28.2 miles per gallon of fuel, while having the capability of accelerating to a top speed of 148 miles per hour.
Motorists could also find it easier to park with the new Volkswagen Golf GTI by opting to add a rear view parklng camera, while a rain sensor will automatically choose the right window wiper setting.