Volkswagen Golf TDI and e-Golf receive Roadfly’s 2015 Drive Green award. Finalists included BMW i8, Kia Soul Plug-in, Land Rover Range Rover Td6, Lexus NX 300h.)
McLean, VA, April 24, 2015 –(PR.com)– In honor of Earth Day, Roadfly announced that the Volkswagen Golf TDI clean diesel and e-Golf electric plug-in have received Roadfly’s 2015 Drive Green award. Roadfly’s Drive Green Award finalists included the BMW i8, the Kia Soul Plug-in, the Land Rover Range Rover Td6, and the Lexus NX 300h.
“The Golf’s versatility coupled with either Volkswagen’s TDI clean diesel engine or their all-electric motor is an unbeatable combination,” said Charlie Romero, Publisher of Roadfly. “The Golf offers fun and sporty driving dynamics while significantly reducing carbon dioxide emissions,” continued Romero.
The Golf TDI and its 2.0-liter turbo-diesel inline-four return an EPA combined rating of 36 mpg. The 2015 e-Golf is Volkswagen’s first all-electric vehicle it produces zero tailpipe emissions and has an EPA-estimated range of 83 miles.
In order to be eligible to receive Roadfly’s Drive Green award a vehicle must be all-new or have been substantially upgraded as a 2015 model.
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