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Gervais Volkswagen of Lowell

6-B Industrial Ave
Directions Lowell, MA 01851

  • Sales: (978) 454-1202
  • Service: (844) 846-7351
  • Parts: (844) 846-7360

Enjoy The Drive In A New 2019 Volkswagen Golf GTI

The Golf GTI is not your typical hatchback. Yes, it has the five doors that one expects in a hatchback, but the power underneath is somewhat of a surprise.

From the turbocharged 2.0-liter TSI® engine to the autobahn-tuned sport suspension, your drive around Boston, Andover, or beyond will truly be an exhilarating ride. Here's a closer look at the performance features you can find in the 2019 Volkswagen Golf GTI.

  • 2.0-Liter Turbo Direct Injection Engine - 228-horsepower, 258 pounds-feet of torque, and EPA-estimated 24/32 city/highway miles-per-gallon rating; what more could you ask for?
  • Autobahn-Tuned Sport Suspension - Carve those corners around Billerica, earn a smooth ride through Burlington MA, and enjoy the handling that you deserve with this Autobahn tested suspension.
  • Variable-Ratio Steering System - Depending on whether you're driving fast or taking the slow route, this steering system will switch how it needs to work to allow for the best possible steering options.
  • Driving Mode Selection - Choose from Eco, Comfort, Normal, Sport, or Custom modes when your driving situation changes.
  • Paddle Shifters - Available paddle shifters can be added to your steering wheel to let you easily shift without removing your hand from the wheel.
  • GTI Performance Brakes - With all of that power you're going to want high-performance brakes. The GTI performance brakes are just what you need, and they come with a stunning GTI logo right on the front caliper.

If you're looking for a hatchback that gets your heart racing, then you'll want to take a test drive in any of our new 2019 VW Golf GTI models soon! Our Gervais Volkswagen of Lowell dealership contains quite a few from which you can choose and would love to help you find the power you deserve.

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