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Volkswagen Citi Golf

The Basic Volkswagen Citi Golf, loved by so many!

From R150 per day

Includes tax and any applicable fees

4 Doors, 5 Seats

Transmission: Manual

More Information

The Citi Golf is a right-hand drive 5-door hatchback manufactured by Volkswagen in South Africa from 1984 to 2009 as a face-lifted version of the first generation Volkswagen Golf Mk1, which ceased production in Germany in 1983

The engine capacity is 1.4 and available in carburetor and injection. Stiff handling, good performance, very fuel efficient and fitted with a retro interior.

FEATURES

  • No Air-conditioning
  • No Power Steering
  • No Electric Windows

*Recommended for our younger customers

Colors Available: White / Black

 

Colors Available: White / Black

Collection From

MotoRent Cape Town Offices
424 Klipfontein Rd, Surrey Estate, Cape Town
Hours of operation
8:30am - 17:00pm

Drop-off Locations

MotoRent Cape Town Offices
424 Klipfontein Rd, Surrey Estate, Cape Town
Hours of operation
8:30am - 17:00pm

*Delivery / Collection Can Also Be Arranged

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