9 September 2011
90-second verdict

The Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet has now entered its third generation after almost a decade away. It's being pitched as a simpler and cheaper alternative to the the VW Eos and although it's some 200mm shorter, it'll accommodate four adults easily. The roof can be dropped in just 10sec and pricing is very competitive, too. But is it worth the money? Here, Matt Saunders finds out.

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2 February 2013

The Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet is enjoyable to drive and most versions are reasonably cheap to run. Smile There’s space for four in the swanky, user-friendly cabin, and the roof is quick to operate. Smile

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