Indepth Car Review: Volkswagen Golf GTE Plugin-Hybrid FULL REVIEW VW Facelfit new neu 2018 – Autogefühl

Indepth Car Review: Volkswagen Golf GTE Plugin-Hybrid FULL REVIEW VW Facelfit new neu 2018 – Autogefühl

Awesome Review: Volkswagen Golf GTE Plugin-Hybrid FULL REVIEW VW Facelfit new neu 2018 – Autogefühl



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42 Replies to “Indepth Car Review: Volkswagen Golf GTE Plugin-Hybrid FULL REVIEW VW Facelfit new neu 2018 – Autogefühl”

  1. when I charge my GTE overnight and the battery become fully charged during the night will it stop charging and prevent it from draining the battery, meaning can I leave it plugged in for a long time without having to unplug it in the middle of the night

  2. Does the DCC option on the Golf GTE make the ride quality better than the standard suspension? I have heard that because of the batteries, the suspension had to be stiffened and hence the ride quality is sacrificed.

  3. Great review Brian but I was wondering about your thoughts on the following scenario.
    The car defaults to EV mode on start up, you do 10 minutes driving around like a sensible vicar, in electric mode.
    Without changing modes am I right in thinking that similar to kick-down with an auto box, if you floor the throttle, the petrol engine will burst into life and give you full available power, as in GTE mode.
    My concern is that a cold engine bursts into life and almost instantly hits 6000 rpm surely that's the perfect recepie for at the very least, a reduction in engine life.
    This car is on my shortlist as my daily commute is a 20 mile round trip but I am worried about the above. I also keep my cars a long time and am concerned that because of advances in battery technology, it will only be 18 -24 months before
    I was " wishing I had waited "

    Keep up the great work

  4. "You've heard of the GTI, you've heard of the GTD, well now there's a GTE." What?! The GTE iz no new. You no lik GTI plastic dash, you lik GTE plastic dash. What! They same. All Golf experience is ver similar? Base manual, and R with 7-speed DSG similar? Brian nice guy, but no so detail as Thomas. But love Autogefuelh vids.

  5. As a german, I say VW is like a child lowkey trying to mimick Tesla to distract from their emission manipulation (which, yes I know, everyone else did too).

  6. Hey Brian! My first review of a Brian autogefuhl review!
    Nice job, very likable on camera presence.

    BUT, this is a review of a hybrid and no mention of REGENERATION or time to recharge?
    Does this car have regeneration? If it does: How does it feel? Can you one pedal drive it? Did you use it on the twisty alpine roads and how much energy were you able to regen there?
    You kind of glossed over the mass of usage information available "to those who care" on the info screens but pretty sure you might have gotten a bit of that information from there.

    Are those bags in the trunk the charge cables (like the Audi e-tron that has nowhere else to put them), or is there a dedicated, concealed space to put the charge cables?

    I wish this car was available in the US.

    Looking forward to more reviews.

  7. would it be possible to get the key data into the description? for example, base price, tester price, power, weight, fuel comsumption, co2 emission etc.. that really helps if you have that all in one spot again to have a quick peek during the video if you want to check the price again for example. awesome review brian!

  8. Great review guys, I really like your presentation style….
    Can you guys please do a 2017 super luxury sedan comparison with following cars
    1. S class
    2. 7 Series
    3. Quattroporte
    4. Panamera Executive
    5. Audi A8

  9. Hey Brian nice review mate, only thing I like to see that Thomas always does is go through the media center and navigation, specifically things like how smooth the animations are and how bad/good the input lag is. Also things like how easy it is to connect your phone, what apps there are available like CarPlay and Android Auto.

    Keep those reviews coming though Brian!

  10. This chap is pleasant to watch. Although I get the feeling that Volkswagen could have given him a Daewoo Espero covered in dog shit and sesame seeds with a VW badge and he would tell you how lovely it is.

  11. It was a wonderful review with an awesome Scenery. The only thing I have missed was a little show case of the assistance systems. I think I would go for the "normal" Golf with the 1.5 tsi engine and save some money and invest it in extras. ^^

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