2007 Volkswagen GTI

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$22,220 - $27,665
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Engine Engine 2.0LI-4
MPG MPG 23 City / 32 Hwy
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2007 GTI Overview

For 2007, The Volkswagen GTI comes with a choice of two doors or four.Also new is Launch Control programming for the GTI's optional DSG automatic transmission.The new software will allow the engine to rev up before the clutch engages, for controlled wheelspin as you leave the line.Other than that, the 2007 Volkswagen GTI is changed very little from the '06, which was launched as an all-new fifth generation of the legendary pocket rocket.

The GTI draws its energy from VW's 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine turbocharged to boost output to 200 horsepower and to 207 pound-feet of torque, with peak torque holding steady all the way from 1800 to 5000 rpm.The GTI can rocket from a standing start to 60 miles per hour in just 7.0 seconds, says Volkswagen, while delivering an EPA-rated 23/32 mpg with the manual transmission, 25/31 mpg with the Direct Shift Gearbox.This latter bit of F1 wizardry can be left in a fully automatic mode or can be manually manipulated by racing-style paddle shifters mounted on the steering wheel.

We delighted in the GTI's quick and precise steering.We appreciated the support and design of the Interlagos plaid seating surfaces and the versatility of its hatchback design.Now also available as a five-door, enthusiasts with families no longer have an excuse.
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2007 GTI Overview

For 2007, The Volkswagen GTI comes with a choice of two doors or four.Also new is Launch Control programming for the GTI's optional DSG automatic transmission.The new software will allow the engine to rev up before the clutch engages, for controlled wheelspin as you leave the line.Other than that, the 2007 Volkswagen GTI is changed very little from the '06, which was launched as an all-new fifth generation of the legendary pocket rocket.

The GTI draws its energy from VW's 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine turbocharged to boost output to 200 horsepower and to 207 pound-feet of torque, with peak torque holding steady all the way from 1800 to 5000 rpm.The GTI can rocket from a standing start to 60 miles per hour in just 7.0 seconds, says Volkswagen, while delivering an EPA-rated 23/32 mpg with the manual transmission, 25/31 mpg with the Direct Shift Gearbox.This latter bit of F1 wizardry can be left in a fully automatic mode or can be manually manipulated by racing-style paddle shifters mounted on the steering wheel.

We delighted in the GTI's quick and precise steering.We appreciated the support and design of the Interlagos plaid seating surfaces and the versatility of its hatchback design.Now also available as a five-door, enthusiasts with families no longer have an excuse.Hide Full Review