Self Study Program 423 – The Golf 2009

Self Study Program 423 – The Golf 2009 PDF free online

The Golf is more than just a car — 34 years after the launch of the first Golf and five years after the presentation of the Golf V, Volkswagen is continuing the unique automobile story of its most successful model.

Design, comfort, economy, safety and quality are the product highlights of the Golf 2009.
The powerful design of the Golf shows a clear form vocabulary with a high-quality, appealing and sporty appearance.

A knee airbag and daylight driving lights have been added to the standard safety equipment for the first time.

The “Climatic” air-conditioning system and the multifunction display round off the convenience features in the entry-level version.

The use of turbo diesel engines with common-rail technology and other noise-reducing measures, for example, an acoustically enhanced front windscreen, makes this the quietest Golf since the birth of the range.

The optimised TSI and TDI engines ensure low consumption and meet the limits of the valid EU5 exhaust emission levels.

As a result of the consistent use of the module strategy, the Golf uses a high proportion of existing and improved basic developments with particular attention having been paid to the function and design.

As a result, a high and sustained level of quality has been reached.

CONTENTS

  • In Brief
  • Body
  • Occupant Protection
  • Engines
  • Power Transmission
  • Running Gear
  • Convenience Electronics
  • Radio, Telephone and Navigation
  • Heater and Air Conditioner
  • Electrical System
  • Service
  • Glossary

The self-study programme shows the design and function of new
developments.
The contents will not be updated.
For current testing, adjustment and repair instructions, refer to the relevant service literature.

Language: English
Format: PDF
Pages: 72

Self Study Program 423 – The Golf 2009 PDF free online

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