This cat-back is known to fit the following vehicles. Six available options allow this system to be tailored to your tastes. Chagall Blue, and Pistachio Green were otherwise unavailable as a Golf paint color choice in North America. Otmar Alt The Gold Otmar Alt is a limited 1000 cars were built edition version of the Golf. These 1999 Mk3 cars were the last produced in the world and sold alongside the in showrooms. Floor mats also had red piping along their edges. The Mk3 Cabrio continued until the 2002 model year, when Volkswagen replaced it with a convertible version of the.
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. The prototype can be seen at the Volkswagen museum. It was in 1998 mid 1999 for non-euro markets with the front, rear, and styling from the while still maintaining the body from the Mk3 Cabrio. Also featured were brushed stainless-steel rear twin tailpipes on the exhaust and smoked front fog and indicator lamps to match the rear lamps. The interchangement of colors — Tornado Red, Ginster Yellow, Chagall Blue, and Pistachio Green — was not random, but followed four defined assignments, with each pattern avoiding adjacent major panels sharing the same paint color. If your vehicle is not listed, please contact us to confirm fitment.
Ryder It featured small design changes, but did not have a sunroof. More information about our exhaust systems is available by following the links below. European model years may differ. It was powered with a diesel engine and a clutchless. . The release knob on the hand brake was also red and silver instrument dials. Non-catalyzed models were also built for those markets where there was no interest in them; power outputs were the same as for the catalyzed models.
Airbags were first offered on the Golf in 1992, and from 1996 anti-lock brakes were standard across the range. Automobil Revue 1992 in German and French. The Mk3 continued to be produced for the 1999 model year where it was sold in North and South America. The third-generation Golf and Jetta first appeared in North America as 1993 models in the area and in Canada, then in the autumn in the rest of North America as 1994 models. The engine was enlarged to 2.
Model 0-62 mph Top speed Years 1. The delay in North America was due to 's decision to supply U. Also offered was a naturally aspirated version of the 1. Wikimedia Commons has media related to. It was launched in mainland in August 1991, in the in February 1992, and in in the spring of 1994.
The Mk3 Cabrio replaced the , which continued the original Golf until 1993, although the original Golf, sold as Rabbit in the and ceased sales in 1984. Restarting the engine simply required depressing the accelerator pedal. Rabbit The Golf 3 Rabbit Edition was exclusive to Austria and it featured a special rabbit badge. This cat-back exhaust system includes everything necessary to replace your factory exhaust system from the catalytic converter to the tail pipe. These Cabrios are often referred to as the Mk3. It also featured a custom interior with an unique fabric design.
Auto Motor und Sport Heft 18 Seite 24. You will need to supply your own 2. It was supposed to be able to win the World Rally championship in 1994. Harlequin Golf Harlequin, Ginster Yellow after its 'base' color The Golf Harlequin model began with a group of four cars, each carrying a Design Series emblem, created by Volkswagen to display on the 1995 international auto show circuit. Although enthusiasts casually discuss cross-fitments with curious excitement, we must take a more rigid approach. Following a positive response to the original four Harlequins, Volkswagen marketed an additional 60 — followed by another 200. Archived from on 31 October 2011.
The vehicle would freewheel by opening of the clutch as soon as the accelerator is released, and the engine was switched off after a further 1. The red theme continued externally with a red striping on the bumpers and red brake calipers. Basing the design on an earlier Volkswagen Polo Harlequin special edition, the Golf Harlequins were created in four variations, by taking four solid color models and interchanging the easily detachable doors, hood, hatch, grill, fenders and bumper fascias — after final production at the Puebla, Mexico assembly plant where all the Harlequins were manufactured. European tour editions During the 1990s, Volkswagen sponsored three high-profile rock bands' European tours, and issued a special-edition Golf, with distinctive exterior markings, for each: the Golf Edition 1994 , the Golf Edition 1995 , and the Golf Edition 1996. From its launch, all versions of the Golf came with fuel injection, to meet requirements that all new cars sold in member countries from January 1993 must come with fuel injection or a catalytic converter.
Color Concept Was a highly limited edition made in only 5 colors and a few of each produced. They featured a leather interior matching the outside color and the Color Concept badge. To configure this cat-back system to meet your specific needs please browse the options above. The vehicle could be filled with a small amount of diesel to provide heat for the cabin. If you are unsure or need assistance, feel free to contact us. The resulting Harlequins were designated by their 'base' color, the paint color of the welded panels comprising the core body — including the substructure, roof and C-pillar.
The Mk3 was sold in Japan alongside the Polo, where both vehicles were in compliance with Japanese Government that encouraged sales. In a series of follow up letters to various entities at Volkswagen, the total number of Harlequins is reported variously from 275-264, all offered solely for model year 1996, in the United States, Canada, and Mexico — with most marketed in the United States. Quality control problems led to reject Golfs and Jettas from Mexico; shortly thereafter labor unrest at the plant delayed production there even further. It featured various artworks from the artist Otmar Alt and a fully customized interior with the same graphics. It had a range of approximately 50 km.