The first-generation Golf dating from 1974 had been endowed with this uniqueness from its inception. When the number 1 was presented to the press at Munich in May 29 years ago, the original generation already bore the typical features that would immediately make it a bestseller: the dynamic C-pillar resembling the drawn string […]
The standard lighting in the hatch of the MarkV Golf leaves a lot to be desired, the easiest way to upgrade this is the use of LED modules. The drop in replacement units that replace the standard globe are not going to push out much more in the way of light because of the design […]
Volkswagen Dictionary (translated from Volkswagen Sweden website originally in Swedish)
An important factor in the development of a body is aerodynamic, because it affects fuel consumption, top speed and volume. In most publications on the cars down, which measure the car’s aerodynamic characteristics, the wind tunnel measured air value (cw value). A number of […]
Option 1 – Installing in hatch area
Installing a 2.5kg fire extinguisher into the Golf is pretty straight forward, especially with Australian specification cars which don’t have a first aid kit or warning triangle installed. Cars with these fitted will need to relocate them.
First pick out a suitable extinguisher, make sure that it has […]
Upgrading to the Osram Night Breaker +90 in the Golf makes a reasonable difference to the throw of the lights and a substantial difference to the colour.
Osram Nightbreaker H7
Osram claim up to 90% more light and up to 10% whiter light which from what I can see is pretty accurate.
The standard […]