|243 257 221 251|
|247 bhp @ 6,300 RPM|
|236 lb·ft @ 2,500-3,000 RPM|
In late September 2005, the Mk5 Golf R32 went on sale in Europe, replacing the Mk4 Golf R32. The VR6 engine was uprated to 247 hp.
The "Vivoa" edition was released on July 27th, 2010, and is a rental-variant of the Golf R32. The car comes pre-equipped with mixed street-tuned performance parts and aftermarket parts. Players can rent the car for 24 hours. On June 2nd, 2015, the "Vivoa" edition was made available for purchase with in-game cash as part of the End of the World event.
The "Blue" edition was released on July 27th, 2010, and is the Cash variant of the Golf R32. The car comes completely stock and features no performance parts.
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Due to the weight, this car can be useful for Team Escapes. The weight is not quite enough to withstand rhinos head-on without moving, but it can easily push other police vehicles aside. The high top speed is useful for outrunning police but the handling severly cripples speed in tight corners.
|Prime||Stock||Stock||Style E 17"||Stock||Stock||Stage 2||Stock|
The Volkswagen Golf R32 is the only former Tier 2 car to be an E Class vehicle when stock.
|Golf MK1 GTI • Golf R32 • Scirocco|
|Dodge Challenger R/T • Dodge Charger R/T • Nissan 200SX S14 • Nissan 240SX S13 • Nissan Silvia S15 • Mazdaspeed 3 • Mitsubishi Eclipse GT • Pontiac GTO '65 • Volkswagen Golf R32 • Volkswagen Scirocco|
|Former||Toyota Corolla GT-S AE86|