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2011 Volkswagen GTI Trims

2.0T

Avg. Price: $19,810

The 2011 Volkswagen GTI starts with the 2.0T trim, a setup that will not leave you wanting more. Powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, it can be outfitted with a 6-speed manual or automated manual transmission with a dual clutch. Traction and stability control contribute to that legendary handling, along with 18-inch alloys and a rear spoiler. Inside the surprises continue, with a leather-wrapped tilt and telescopic steering wheel, aluminum trim, heated front bucket seats and that iconic cloth upholstery. There’s a satellite-ready CD/MP3 player with digital media connection and Bluetooth, as well as air conditioning, cruise control and remote keyless entry. The power package includes heated power mirrors with integrated turn signals, power windows and power doors. Safety is rounded off here with dual front, front-side and curtain-side airbags, as well as 4-wheel antilock discs with brake assist, fog lights and daytime running lights.

2.0T 2dr

Avg. Price: $18,741

Taking the 2.0T trim and stripping away a few doors means the 2011 GTI can turn with even more ferocity, helped by traction and stability control and pivoting on 18-inch alloys. The straightaway is just as interesting with a turbocharged 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder engine, rear spoiler and your choice of 6-speed manual or dual-clutch automated manual transmissions. You’ll get heated front bucket seats, a tilt and telescoping steering wheel, air conditioning, cruise control and a full power package including heated power mirrors with signals, windows, doors and remote-keyless entry. A satellite-ready CD and MP3 player provides entertainment with the help of a digital media connection and Bluetooth, and safety is handled by six standard airbags, 4-wheel antilock disc brakes, brake assist, fog lights and daytime running lights.

2.0T Autobahn

Avg. Price: $20,644

Choosing the Autobahn package for your 2.0T GTI means you’ll add quite a bit. Little of it has anything to do with actually cruising the Autobahn system, but that doesn’t mean the additions aren’t useful. Here you’ll get a power sunroof for the power package that already includes windows, doors and heated mirrors with signals. Keyless entry is complemented by access and start here, and the stereo gets bumped up to a 6-CD system with controls on the leather-wrapped tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, USB port and hard drive. Daytime running and fog lights are now matched by steering-linked adaptive bi-xenon units, the sole concession in this package to actual driving. Unfortunately, the cloth upholstery is replaced here by leather. Otherwise, things remain familiar with the turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine, choice of 6-speed manual or dual-clutch shiftable automatic transmissions, traction and stability control. 18-inch alloy wheels are halted by 4-wheel antilock discs with assist, and a rear spoiler attempts to keep the back tires on the road, while 6 airbags lay in wait in case things go really wrong.

2.0T Autobahn 2dr

Avg. Price: $20,204

With a 2-door layout and all the trimmings, the 2.0T Autobahn 2dr offers maximum performance and maximum luxury from the 2011 GTI. Leather upholstery covers the heated front bucket seats and tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, which also gets controls for the upgraded, 6-CD and MP3 player with USB port, hard drive and Bluetooth. A full power package means windows, heated power mirrors with signals, door locks and remote keyless entry, access and start. Steering-linked adaptive bi-xenon headlights are matched by daytime running and fog lights, and safety is handled via 6 standard airbags, 4-wheel antilock discs with assist as well as traction and stability control. A turbocharged 2.0-liter engine motivates the 18-inch alloys at all four corners through a buyer’s choice of 6-speed transmissions – traditional 3-pedal manual setup, or a dual-clutch automated manual system.

2.0T PZEV

Avg. Price: $19,766

The 2011 Volkswagen GTI 2.0T PZEV takes the formidable base GTI trim and makes it a bit more responsible, being a certified Partial Zero-Emissions Vehicle. This means the car emits zero evaporative emissions from its fuel system and meets the Super Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle tailpipe emissions standards. In addition, in order to qualify as a PZEV vehicle, it must have a 15-year or at least a 150,000-mile warranty on its emissions equipment. This augments the turbocharged, 2.0-liter engine, but not the 6-speed manual or automated manual dual-clutch transmissions. Additional features of the vehicle remain untouched. That means heated cloth front bucket seats with power, power windows, door locks and heated power mirrors with signals. A leather-wrapped tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel sits in front of the driver, and a satellite-ready CD/MP3 player with digital media connection and Bluetooth stands ready for entertainment duty. You’ll also get air conditioning, cruise control and remote keyless entry. 18-inch alloy wheels are stopped at all four corners by antilock discs aided by assist, and the front bumper is graced by fog and daytime running lights. Six standard airbags protect in an accident, and traction and stability control hope to prevent one.

2.0T PZEV 2dr

Avg. Price: $19,135

Qualifying as a Partial Zero-Emissions Vehicle, the 2011 GTI PZEV 2dr offers the best fuel economy of the lineup, given its lower weight due to its 2-door architecture. Still, power shouldn’t disappoint, coming from the 2.0-liter turbocharged engine with choice of 6-speed manual or automated manual transmissions, the latter a dual-clutch setup. This trim comes with a CD/MP3 player with digital media connection and Bluetooth, air conditioning and cruise control, and a full power package including heated front bucket seats, windows, doors and heated mirrors with signals. The driver sits in front of a leather-wrapped tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel and enjoys the benefits of remote keyless entry. The front bumper gets daytime running and fog lights, and the rear sees a spoiler for additional stability. Safety is handled by assisted antilock discs stopping 18-inch alloys, traction and stability control and 6 standard airbags.

2.0T PZEV Autobahn

Avg. Price: $21,593

For the most luxury coupled with the most efficiency in a 2011 GTI, the 2.0T PZEV Autobahn trim adds both. Thankfully, neither means you’ll have to sacrifice speed or fun with a turbocharged, 2.0-liter engine and your choice of 6-speed transmissions – a traditional 3-pedal or a dual-clutch automated manual. Traction and stability control find a blend between control and fun, just like the 4-wheel antilock assisted discs that stop the 18-inch alloys at all four corners. Fog and daytime running lights up front join with steering-linked adaptive bi-xenon units to make sure you can see the road ahead, and a rear spoiler will keep you planted on it. Keyless entry, access and start and leather upholstery are included. Air conditioning and cruise control are standard here, as well as the 6-CD/MP3 player with digital media connection, USB, hard drive, nav and Bluetooth. Steering is done via a leather-wrapped tilt and telescoping unit, and a full power package includes sunroof, doors, windows and heated power mirrors with signals. Finally, 6 standard airbags make sure occupants stay safe in the event of a crash.

2.0T PZEV Autobahn 2dr

Avg. Price: $20,641

With the 2.0T PZEV Autobahn 2dr trim of the 2011 Volkswagen GTI, you’ll get the sportiness of a turbocharged 2-door hatchback, the luxury that comes with the top-tier trim package and some efficiency as well. Qualifying as a Partial Zero-Emissions Vehicle, this trim offers a boost for your conscience as well as to the 2.0-liter engine. You can choose a traditional 3-pedal 6-speed manual transmission or a dual-clutch 6-speed automated manual. Both come with the benefit of traction and stability control as well as keyless entry, access and start. The stereo gets upgraded to a 6-CD unit with satellite radio, USB, hard drive, nav and Bluetooth. You’ll get a full power package including sunroof, windows, doors and heated mirrors with signals. Leather covers the tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel and the heated power bucket seats as well. You’ll get daytime running, fog and steering-linked, adaptive bi-xenon headlights, too. For safety, look to 4-wheel, assisted antilock discs, traction and stability control, and 6 standard airbags.

2.0T PZEV w/ Sunroof

1 national listing
Avg. Price: $20,475

Adding a power sunroof to the 2.0T PZEV trim, here you’ll also get a 6-CD/MP3 player with controls on the leather-wrapped tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel. Powered by a turbocharged, 2.0-liter engine, you won’t be hurting for power or fun, and you can choose between a traditional 3-pedal, 6-speed manual or dual-clutch 6-speed automated manual transmission. Heated front bucket seats get power and cloth upholstery, and the rest of the power package is made up with windows, doors and heated power mirrors with signals. You’ll get a digital media connection and Bluetooth, air conditioning and cruise control. Illumination is handled by fog and daytime running lights, and safety is handled by traction and stability control, 6 airbags and 4-wheel assisted antilock discs.

2.0T PZEV w/ Sunroof 2dr

Avg. Price: $20,313

A true 2-door hatch, here you’ll get reduced emissions and a power package that includes a power sunroof, windows, doors and heated mirrors with signals. Motivation is still handled by a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine, so no need to worry about fun, and you’ll get your choice of 6-speed transmissions – a traditional 3-pedal manual or a dual-clutch automated manual. You’ll also get heated front bucket seats, a leather-wrapped tilt and telescoping steering wheel and a 6-CD/MP3 player with steering wheel controls. You’ll enjoy air conditioning, cruise control, a digital media connection and Bluetooth. The front bumper holds fog and daytime running lights and the rear gets a spoiler to help keep all four 18-inch alloys on the ground. Safety is well in hand with traction and stability control, 6 standard airbags, and 4-wheel antilock discs brakes with assist.

2.0T PZEV w/ Sunroof and Nav

Avg. Price: $19,704

With this trim, you’ll get almost as much luxury as the Autobahn trims while still being able to keep the cloth upholstery that has been such an iconic part of the GTI's history. You will gain a navigation system here, which adds a USB port and hard drive to the 6-CD/MP3 player, as well as steering-linked adaptive bi-xenon headlights to join the fog and daytime running lights. This is not forgetting the power sunroof that caps off the power package, which already includes doors, windows and heated mirrors with integrated signals. The whole kit is powered by a turbocharged, 2.0-liter engine fitted to buyer’s choice of 6-speed transmissions – a 3-pedal manual or a dual-clutch automated manual. You’ll get heated front bucket seats, a leather-wrapped tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel with audio controls, keyless entry, air conditioning, cruise control and fog and daytime running lights. Safety is handled by 4-wheel antilock assisted discs sitting within 18-inch alloys, six standard airbags and traction and stability control.

2.0T PZEV w/ Sunroof and Nav 2dr

2 national listings
Avg. Price: $20,027

2.0T w/ Sunroof

Avg. Price: $20,475

2.0T w/ Sunroof 2dr

Avg. Price: $19,360

2.0T w/ Sunroof and Nav

5 national listings
Avg. Price: $20,180

2.0T w/ Sunroof and Nav 2dr

5 national listings
Avg. Price: $19,877