www.eurocarnews.com - Very clearly -- in the interior, the soft top Golf's high-quality design and materials correspond precisely to those of the classic hard top version. The result is a high-end interior that is otherwise only offered on considerably more expensive convertibles. In relation to a convertible's interior properties, the Golf stands out -- just as the New Beetle and Eos did previously -- in an important aspect of many other cars in the compact class the windscreen frame is pleasantly short, optimising the car's convertible feeling. The Golf Cabriolet also offers the largest interior length in its class. Occupants in the rear especially notice this with 833 mm of effective legroom. New design concepts include integration of the switch for operating the folding roof in the centre console between the driver and passenger seats, the rear bench seat and seat upholstery materials. The Golf Cabriolet also comes with a standard Easy-Entry function for the front seats, which is practical and simplifies entry and exit for passengers sitting in the rear.
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