Is MK6 Golf GTI good?

The gearbox works quite well and makes life quite easy. The suspension is also quite good and finds the right balance between sporty and comfortable, considering it is a GTI. It didn’t sacrifice too much of the feedback and handling while being still quite comfortable for a long drive.

Is GTI a reliable car?

The Volkswagen GTI Reliability Rating is 3.0 out of 5.0, which ranks it 34th out of 36 for compact cars. The average annual repair cost is $791 which means it has higher than average ownership costs.

What year is VW MK6?

Volkswagen Golf Mk6

Volkswagen Golf Mk6 (5K)
Manufacturer Volkswagen
Also called Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen (United States, wagon) Volkswagen Vento Variant (Argentina and Uruguay, wagon)
Production 2008–2013 2009–2013 (wagon) 2011–2016 (cabriolet)
Model years 2010–2014 (North America)

What is MK6 GTI?

2010 brought the Mk6 Volkswagen GTI, which was essentially a facelifted Mk5, Car and Driver reports. Its 2.0-liter turbocharged engine was boosted only slightly to 200 hp, and Car and Driver reports its anti-roll bar was stiffened slightly. CarBuyer reports the Mk6 overall is considered more reliable than the Mk5.

Is the Mk6 Golf GTI the perfect GTI?

The Mk6 Golf GTI is, in many regards, the sweet spot. Available in both three and five door forms and with manual or DSG sequential gearboxes, it retained the Mk5’s spirit but upped the quality and improved efficiency.

What is the sixth generation of the Volkswagen GTI?

A sixth-generation Volkswagen GTI (or MK6) is basically a fifth-generation GTI, but better. VW improved a great deal in 2010, but the model wasn’t perfect. For one, the brand’s dual-clutch automatic transmission was still a little wonky. I personally own (a very shoddy) 2010 model, and have had the automatic stall on me.

Is the Volkswagen Golf GTI a hot hatchback to buy?

There are some buyers who, when looking for a hot hatchback, will only consider a Golf GTI. After all, this is the car that launched a whole genre.

What kind of engine does a VW Golf GTI have?

It is a lot simpler on the inside compared to modern cars and that allows you to focus on things that matter like the driving experience. The 2009 Golf GTI is powered by a 2.0-litre turbocharged Straight 4 engine that produces 207.5 bhp at 5300 RPM and 280 Nm of torque.