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Historically, the Golf is Volkswagen's best-selling model and the world's second best-selling model, Other variants include a 5-door hatchback, station wagon (Variant, from 1993), convertible (Cabriolet and Cabrio, 1979–2002, Cabriolet, 2011–present), and a Golf-derived notchback sedan, variously called Volkswagen Jetta, Volkswagen Vento (from 1992) or Volkswagen Bora (from 1999).The cars have filled many market segments, from basic a personal car, to high-performance hot hatches.
As with the earlier three versions of the Golf, the UK market received each version several months later than the rest of Europe.Both models were offered only with the 2.0-litre, 8-valve single over-head cam (SOHC) four-cylinder gasoline engine, rated at 86 k W (115 hp; 117 PS).They were the only entry-level offerings with an optional six-speed automatic transmission. When the Chinese market Bora received a July 2006 facelift, the Golf did too, becoming the "Bora HS" in the process.As of 2008, certain variants of the Golf/Bora Mk4 were still in production in Brazil, China, and Mexico.Revised versions of the Mk4 were sold in Canada marketed as the Golf City and Jetta City from 2007 to 2010.Production of the European variant of the Golf Mk4 ceased at the end of the 2003 model year. The Mk4's popularity and low cost has allowed it to remain in production in several countries, including Brazil and Argentina, with minor cosmetic changes.
The Golf Mk5 was introduced in Europe in the autumn of 2003, reaching the UK market in early 2004.
Although it was available on the home market and indeed most other left-hand drive markets by the end of 1983, it was not launched onto the British market until March 1984.
The Mk2 GTI featured a 1.8-litre 8-valve fuel-injected engine from its launch, with a 16-valve version capable of more than 220 km/h (140 mph) being introduced in 1985.
Later Golf variations included the Golf GTI "hot hatch" (introduced in June 1976 with a fuel-injected 1.6-litre engine capable of 180 km/h (110 mph)), a diesel-powered version (from September 1976), the Jetta notchback saloon version (from October 1979), the Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet (from January 1980) and a Golf-based pickup, the Volkswagen Caddy.
The Golf Mk1 was sold as the Volkswagen Rabbit in the United States and Canada and as the Volkswagen Caribe in Mexico.
) is a small family car produced by the German manufacturer Volkswagen since 1974, marketed worldwide across seven generations, in various body configurations and under various nameplates – such as the Volkswagen Rabbit in the United States and Canada (Mk1 and Mk5), and as the Volkswagen Caribe in Mexico (Mk1).