New and Used e-Golf Prices, Volkswagen e-Golf Model Years and History

Volkswagen e-Golf Models

2019 Volkswagen e-Golf trims

2019 e-Golf

Faster charging, a cozy cabin, and new options like an upgraded driver assist package make the 2019 e-Golf an exciting contender on the electric car market.

2018 Volkswagen e-Golf trims

2018 e-Golf

The popular and compact e-Golf is a sporty fan favorite.

2016 Volkswagen e-Golf trims

2016 e-Golf

The e-Golf electric vehicle returns for 2016, offering a greener take on Volkswagen’s popular hatchback.

2015 Volkswagen e-Golf trims

2015 e-Golf

The all-new e-Golf brings electric efficiency to the popular Golf model by Volkswagen, with all the standard features you already know and love.

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About e-Golf

The first all-electric production car to be sold by Volkswagen in the United States, the 2015 e-Golf strongly resembles the gasoline-powered Golf models. Introduced in two trim levels, Limited Edition and SEL Premium trim levels with the five-door hatchback body style, unique traits of the e-Golf involve special 16-inch wheels mounted to low-rolling resistance tires and the use of all-LED headlights on the high-end SEL Premium model. The biggest distinction of the Volkswagen e-Golf is a synchronous permanent-magnet AC motor generating 115 horsepower and 199 pound-feet of torque used to propel the compact car. A 24.2 kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack stores enough energy for an 83-mile driving range. A standard fast charging system allows drivers to replenish the e-Golf's battery to 80 percent charges in 30 minutes. The sales launch of the Volkswagen e-Golf in the United States took place in California but has slowly expanded. By mid-2016, availability of the Volkswagen e-Golf has stretched to 10 states and the District of Columbia.