VW TSI twincharger
VW Golf R - DSG versus manual by autocar.co.uk
The VW Golf R is good - but is it better with a DSG or manual gearbox? Read the VW Golf R review and see more pictures and video at http://www.autocar.co.uk/CarReviews/FirstDrives/Volkswagen-Golf-2.0-TSI-270 -R/246100/
Golf 6 TSI 160hp performance!
Fast car for a 1.4 liter engine. 240Nm. Great DSG gearbox, but there is some lag between lifting of and pressing the pedal to the metal. Golf VI, Silent car, comfortable and quickly if you rev the engine. At lower revs, it feels a little slow but the DSG box shifts to 5th gear at 50km/h/ The TSI is not a GTI, this TSI 160hp feels very premium, but has no GTI look or feel at all. When driving normal the engine is fast enough to be satisfied. But diesel lovers who are used to drive 150 - 170hp diesel with 400Nm torque will miss the explosive power at low revs. On the other side, when the TSI is fast when you want hem to be fast ;-) The A4 diesel is even quieter and even more comfortable, but this golf is more agile and more fun to drive. It is a toy for girls, boys would prefere a BMW 125i. BTW, the Dynaudio sound system is good! Great audio quality when driving to work. It sounds natural and voices sound very good, even at low volumes. Dynaudio is peace in your car. (stock car, model june 2011)
VW Golf 6 TSI 1.4 DSG (122bhp) 0-215 km acceleration
This was like everyday driving, not a record breaking attempt :)