If you’re looking for a vehicle that puts you first, then look no further than the 2018 Volkswagen Golf. The new Golf has many great features that are designed with you in mind, including a wealth of great safety systems. Continue reading to learn more about what safety features are available for you!
2018 Volkswagen Golf Passive Safety Features
The core of the Volkswagen Golf’s safety system is its strong passive features, which create a solid foundation. These passive safety systems include things like a safety cage, which has front and rear crumple zones to help with absorbing crash energy to better protect passengers in the event of a collision. This safety cage also provides structural integrity for the Volkswagen Golf as a whole.
In addition to this, the 2018 Volkswagen Golf also has an advanced airbag system, which is designed to give the best protection for all passengers and the driver. It does this through side-curtain airbags and standard front seat airbags, to protect in the harshest of circumstances.
2018 Volkswagen Golf Active Safety Features
Building on the foundation set by the passive safety features, the 2018 Volkswagen Golf also has many great active safety systems. An example of which is Automatic Post-Collision Braking System, which brings your vehicle to a full stop in the event of a collision, to help prevent additional impacts from occurring.
In addition to this feature, the 2018 Volkswagen Golf also has seven stability enhancing systems to offer, all of which help maintain handling and stopping power. From Electronic Brake-Pressure Distribution (EBD) to Electronic Stability Control (ESC), these systems are great for those that travel on rough terrains.
With a wealth of great active and passive safety features, the 2018 Volkswagen Golf is a vehicle designed with you in mind. For more information, or to take it for a test drive, please contact us at McMinnville Volkswagen today!