The dashboard is a doddle to use because it’s logically laid out and all of the controls are big and clearly labelled. Drivers of all sizes should be able to get comfortable, too, thanks to a wide range of seat and steering wheel adjustment. However, over-the-shoulder vision is restricted with the roof up.
Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet space & practicality
The Golf Cabriolet is a genuine four-seater; two adults can sit in the back without feeling cramped. Alternatively, you can drop the rear seats to supplement the boot, which has a modest 250-litre capacity and a small opening. The roof folds down in just 9.5 seconds, and can be operated with the car travelling at speeds of up to 19mph.
Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet equipment
There are three trims: S, SE and GT. Every version has air-con, alloy wheels, a DAB radio, Bluetooth connectivity and a fully electric roof. SE adds cruise control and parking sensors, while GT and R models add sports seats, style upgrades and sports suspension.