2019 Volkswagen e-Golf Review 

2019 Volkswagen e-Golf

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The Volkswagen Golf has been a popular pick among drivers that want to drive a hatchback with all the modern amenities and appeal a car can offer. 

With drivers in Irvine, Garden Grove, and San Juan Capistrano becoming more and more eco-conscious, the 2019 Volkswagen e-Golf takes the practicality and style of the VW Golf and combines it with an electric motor to give you an extremely eco-friendly vehicle. 

Here at Norm Reeves Volkswagen Superstore Irvine, we are excited to show you how this car operates with a test drive. First though, read through our review of this electric car to gain more details on what the VW e-Golf will provide you with for your daily commute. 

Strong and Practical Performance from this Electric Car  

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The Volkswagen e-Golf doesn’t sacrifice performance in exchange for electric power. The 100kW AC electric motor produces 134 horsepower and 214 lb-ft of torque. The second you push your foot down on the pedal, this power is delivered seamlessly to the wheels for agile acceleration.

The 2019 VW e-Golf also has three driving modes to choose among, Normal, Eco, and Eco+, to allow you to adjust the vehicle’s performance based on your current driving. There are also different regenerative braking levels you can select, each helping to recharge the batteries. 

This electric engine also has an EPA-estimated 125-mile range. This will allow you to do more than just drive to and from a nearby place. You will be able to take your VW e-Golf back and forth from work and even make other stops along the way. Then with the 7.2kW DC Fast Charging capabilities, you can utilize fast-charging stations to get the jolt your Volkswagen e-Golf needs in an extremely quick fashion. 

Useful Amount of Interior Space 

The 2019 Volkswagen e-Golf proves that electric cars don’t have to be the most compact on the road. The interior of this car comes with a good deal of space for passengers to comfortably sit, or for you to pack any cargo you need to fit in the back.  

The vehicle has 93.5 cubic feet of passenger volume, which gives a spacious ride to each of the five passengers. The front seats have 38.4 inches of headroom and 41.2 inches of legroom. The rear passengers have a good amount of personal space with 38.1 inches of headroom and 35.6 inches of legroom. 

Behind the two rows, there is also 22.8 cubic feet of volume for cargo. You can even fold down the rear seats to use more of the interior space for cargo. At its maximum, the 2019 VW e-Golf supplies you with 52.7 cubic feet of cargo volume. 

More Features Inside the Volkswagen e-Golf 

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The VW e-Golf also adds to your comfort beyond the space it provides you with. The front seats can be heated and come with a six-way partial power-adjustable function and adjustable lumbar support. 

The car also features the Climatronic® dual-zone automatic climate control, which allows you and your passengers to enjoy the ride at each of your ideal temperatures. 

There are plenty of options to stay entertained in the 2019 Volkswagen e-Golf as well. The Volkswagen Car-Net® App-Connect keeps you connected to your personalized entertainment through the 8-inch touchscreen display. You can also listen to commercial-free music or catch up on sports, news, and more with SiriusXM® Satellite Radio. 

Ready to Come See the VW e-Golf? 

This electric car is more than just an efficient ride around Irvine, Garden Grove, and San Juan Capistrano. The 2019 VW e-Golf also comes with strong performance and a spacious cabin that adds more practicality to the world of electric cars. 

Come test drive the Volkswagen e-Golf with us at Norm Reeves Volkswagen Superstore Irvine and get a better sense of how this electric-powered vehicle handles the roads. 




*2019 e-Golf EPA-estimated range is 125 miles. Actual mileage and range will vary and depends on several factors including driving and charging habits, accessory use, temperature and topography, battery age, and vehicle condition. Battery capacity decreases with time and use. See Owner’s Manual for details.