Staff Writer - CheersandGears.com
October 16, 2012
The seventh-generation Volkswagen Golf that was originally due out in the U.S. next fall has been pushed back to 2014.
Rainer Michel, Volkswagen of America’s vice president of product marketing and strategy told Car & Driver about the delay. The reason is due to Volkswagen wanting to avoid unnecessary manufacturing complications at launch since the Golf is the key vehicle in Europe.
Volkswagen officials are saying that North America market planning is ongoing.That includes where the Golf and GTI will be assembled. Currently, the Golf and GTI are built at the Wolfsburg plant. Speculation also has some production moving to Mexico.
Source: Car & Driver
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