Comparision Between Alfa Romeo 147 And Volkswagen Golf

The Alfa Romeo 147 is categorized as a small family car. It is manufactured by the Italian Automaker Alfa Romeo during 2000 to 2010. It was chosen as the European Car of the Year in 2001. It was released as the replacement of the Alfa Romeo 145. There were three different engines available such as 1.6, 2.0, and 3.2-litre petrol engines and a 1.9-litre diesel engine. It was offered in two models Turismo and Lusso. It was the first Alfa Romeo that had electronic traction control and dual-zone climate control.
 The car was admired for its styling leading to become a style winning car for its stylish looks. An Aggressive looking model of the vehicle known as Alfa Romeo Visconti concept car was also introduced. The Alfa Romeo 147 was modified towards the end of 2004.

 

It appeared with upgraded interior, new headlights, new front grille. In 2006, the 147 1.9 JTD Q2 model was released that had a front Torsen limited slip differential. A newVOLKSWAGEN GOLF limited edition was released in 2007 at the Bologna Motor Show. It was known as Ducati Corse. Finally in 2010 the Giulietta took place of the 147. In 2002 a hot hatch 147 GTA model was released. It was made available with a 3.2 V6 engine. It had a broad body. The introductory models had 6-speed manual transmissions and the latter models were available with Selespeed.

There is an information system known as the Connect. After subscribtion, you can easily get connected to the service team available for assistance. The Volkswagen Golf is categorized as a small family car. It is manufactured by the German automaker Volkswagen. In Canada and the United States it was promoted as the Volkswagen Rabbit and in Mexico (Mk1) the Volkswagen Caribe.


Alpha Romeo 147Most of the Volkswagen Golf was offered in three-door hatchback style. Other model available were a 5-door hatchback, convertible (Cabriolet and Cabrio), station wagon (1993 model) and a Golf-derived notchback sedan. There are seven generations of the vehicle. Apart from these generations some versions have been introduced too.  The VW Golf released many electric CityStromer models. The very first model was introduced in the 1970’s. During the time when there was Golf Mk2 in production, the number of electric Golf became limited. The electric CityStromer Mk3 was available with lead–acid battery packs and a Siemens-based AC drive system.


The plug-in hybrid drive of the Golf model twinDRIVE is available with two options for the engine; 11.2 kWh and 13.2 kWh lithium-ion battery pack. It uses a gasoline engine  to maintain the electric heating system in case of low outdoor temperatures. The energy density and power were enhanced with two different available batteries.  The Golf GTE is categorized as a plug-in hybrid model of the Golf hatchback that was released at the Geneva Motor Show in 2014.
The GTE is charged by a 1.4 liter (148 hp, 110 kW) TSI direct-injection gasoline engine



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