Used car fans debating about whether to take the plunge and buy a new Volkswagen Golf GTD have been given some pointers by the manufacturer.
The new model is set to be unleashed across Volkswagen retailers on June 22nd and prior to this date the manufacturer has revealed a price list for the first time.
All models in the range will be fitted with a refined 2.0-litre common rail TDI engine, with the three-door six-speed manual offering being the cheapest in the range.
This model is available for a little less than £22,000 and offers motorists a combined fuel economy of 53.3 miles to the gallon, while generating 139g/km of CO2.
Meanwhile, those that would prefer a five-door vehicle can benefit from the same statistics while having to pay an extra £500.
Among the differences between the GTD and the original Golf is a new front bumper, which is full body-coloured to give the impression that the car is lower than it actually is.
Alternatively, motorists could opt for the new Volkswagen Golf GTI, which according to the manufacturer has "dynamic good looks and a superb cabin".