2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack vs 2017 Volkswagen Golf Sportwagen

Volkswagen always has an impressive array of vehicles, and both the Alltrack and Sportwagen are no different. For those who have a little trouble telling the two apart, fear not! Your friends here at Armstrong Volkswagen are here to help with a comparison between the two models. You can also learn about each model on their respective research pages right here on our website. Both the Alltrack and Sportwagen are perfect family vehicles that provide ample seating room for the everyone to enjoy. No more listening to your children fight over who's leg is on who's side. There will always be plenty of room for both inside the Alltrack and Sportwagen.

We'll start by talking a little bit about the Sportwagen. The Sportwagen is available in eight vivid colors that allow you to personalize your vehicle with a sophisticated color scheme. With its turbocharged 1.8L TSI® engine, the 2017 Sportwagen is more than capable of getting you where you need to be in a hurry. In addition to providing exceptional performance, this engine also provides exceptional gas mileage. With an average of 25 miles per gallon in the city and a jaw-dropping 35 miles per gallon on the highway, you might just forget what a gas station looks like before you need to fill up again.

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2017 Golf Alltrack vs 2017 Golf Sportwagen
All-Wheel Drive Drivetrain Front-Wheel Drive
Driver and Front Passenger Heated Seats Not Available
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Golf Sportwagen and Golf Alltrack in Gladstone, OR

The differences between the 2017 Alltrack and Sportwagen are small, but they're there. Much like the Sportwagen, the 2017 Alltrack is available in multiple different colors, seven instead of eight, to allow you to express yourself through your vehicle. One thing that the Alltrack offers that might come in useful duing any chilly mornings is heated front seats. You won't have to worry about shivering until the engine warms up when your seats can keep you warm. While the Alltrack features the same turbocharged beast under the hood that the Sportwagen does, the Alltrack averages around 2-3 miles per gallon less. 


If you've got any additional questions about the 2017 Alltrack or Sportwagen, check out the research pages that we were talking about earlier. You'll see a more in-depth look at some of the key features on both vehicles. You can also check out our blog where we have a dedicated section for both the Alltrack and the Sportwagen. If you've decided which model is right for you and your family, schedule a test drive from right here on our website. All you need to do is choose the time and day that works best with your busy schedule and we here at Armstrong Volkwagen in Gladstone will take care of the rest.

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