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It's a relative bargain in base form, but add navigation and a DSG to the GTI and you're pushing $30,000.
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options can lift sticker prices to the top of the class
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Most of the [optional] features are also offered as stand-alone options

if you wish to choose one of the other various available wheels you must either forgo the sunroof or pay for an extra set of rims
Kelley Blue Book

With other hot hatches adding all kinds of infotainment gear, the $23,690 2011 Volkswagen GTI has upped its game to stay competitive with the tech-friendly competition.

Every 2011 GTI has standard 17-inch wheels and performance tires; upgraded brakes; a sport suspension; a monochromatic paint scheme; metal-trimmed pedals; air conditioning; cruise control; and a rear defroster. The GTI also gets a six-CD changer and Sirius satellite radio included in its base price, as well as Bluetooth connectivity and a USB port for media players. This model year, new 18-inch alloy wheels are fitted.

The options list is short. The GTI can be shod with a touchscreen navigation system teamed with a 30GB hard drive, an SD card slot and DVD playback. A premium 300-watt audio system is an option; it's included in a Premium package that bundles the nav system, xenon headlamps and adaptive headlights, as well as a multifunction steering wheel with leather trim.


It's a relative bargain in base form, but add navigation and a DSG to the GTI and you're pushing $30,000.

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