The Golf Mk VI receives a Turbocharged Direct Injection (TDI) engine fitted with turbochargers to boost power output and torque, while saving energy and cutting emissions. Using the common rail system, this is the latest diesel engine technology offering cleaner, more refined and efficient combustion for improved performance and fuel consumption. The TDI will replace the longstanding Pumpe Düse (PD) Unit Injector system. New to the Golf, is the optional Volkswagen Adaptive Chassis Control, which allows the driver to select between 'normal', 'comfort' and 'sports' modes, varying the suspension, steering and accelerator behaviour accordingly.
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