Clarkson's Car Years - The Golf GTI
Jeremy Clarkson's programme on the Golf GTI from the '90s, introduced in
his true inimitable fashion.
Golf GTI fans will not be disappointed!
120mph Mega Crash! - Fifth Gear
The world's fastest ever crash test -- just how big are the forces involved
and how much of a family car is left after it crashes at a speed not
uncommon on British motorways?
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Fifth Gear's Jason Plato services Volkswizard's VW Corrado VR6 to see if can produce more power
In March 2013 we supplied Fifth Gear with a Corrado VR6 to see if following
a full service and some injector cleaner, whether it would produce more
power. The car was rolling road tested at our premises to get a base
reading after which some Redex injector cleaner was added to a full tank of
fuel. After this tank was used, the car was taken to Millbrook Proving
Ground where it was rolling road tested again and after each service item
was changed. Eventually the car nearly produced the full 190 bhp - what
the footage didn't state was that the car was run on 95 RON unleaded rather
than Super Unleaded which the car requires to produce full power - this was
done to avoid clouding the effectiveness of the Redex injector treatment as
Super Unleaded fuel contains similar cleaning properties.
VW Golf GTI vs VW Golf 2.0 TDI - Auto Express
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Next in our series of Heroes Humbled? videos, we test the MkII Golf GTI
against today's 2.0 TDI.
TALL CASTLES | 75' VOLKSWAGEN MK1 GOLF
Tall Castles is a series which explores individuals passions and
We explore Stu's `75 MK1 Golf.
Filmed on a very windy day in port Melbourne.
Caspian - Asa.
Caspian - Our breath in Winter.
1985 VW Golf and Jetta Service Preview
A treasure-trove of VW goodness! Shows the Wolfsburg factory line where the
Mk2s were assembled, explains improvements over the MK1 Rabbit such as
aerodynamics and engine mounts, and goes over some service info like
removing the headliner, radiator and condenser, fuel level sender and CIS
transfer pump, drip moldings, and adjusting the door gaps.
I think the footage of the factory is from 1983 or 1984, just after
production of the MK1 had stopped.
Content is not mine, and is presented for the VW nuts everywhere!