Car Of The Day August 11 2010 — Volkswagen Gol G5

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Volkswagen Gol G5

Today’s car of the day is Buby’s 1983 Gacel.


The Volkswagen Gol is a low subcompact car designed in Brazil and by German automaker Volkswagen 1980. It is Volkswagen’s entry-level car in the American market, beneath the superminis, the Fox and Polo. It has uninterruptedly the best-selling car in Brazil since and since 1998 in Argentina. Gol in South America are also over 5 million Gols been produced since Gol has also been produced in under the same name. Its was started in 2nd half of 1970’s due the for a successor for the VW Beetle (Fusca, in in South America, since the models would not have viable due the road conditions required more resistant and different customer needs.

The Gol takes its name from the Portuguese and Spanish word for

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The Gacel is the Argentine market of the Brazilian Gol, which was imported to USA as the Volkswagen Fox. is a pretty nice model, the opening hood and engine Bubys were the nicest cars to come out of Argentina, and its a that they’re not around any


The Voyage 2-door variant of the Gol was released in June with a 1.5 inline watercooled engine. The same engine was with an ethanol option.

By May 1982 the 1.5 were upgraded to In 1984 a watercooled 1.8 was launched as a level option.

In January the four-door sedan was released. It was as VW Amazon in some export with diesel engines.

1991 and 1995 the Ford CHT 1.6 was in the as part of the Autolatina lineup.

Volkswagen Gol G5

The Voyage/Senda/Gacel was built in the Autolatina factory in Buenos Aires, from 1983 to 1994. It was under the name Gacel the Argentine-built 1.6 OHC engine with a

The new 2008 Voyage was release in in October 2008, a few months the Gol G5.


Fox and Fox Wagon was also the of a subcompact sedan and station built by Volkswagen do Brazil and by Volkswagen in North America as an level model. It was a North version of the Gol range, produced in the 1980s and early 1990s in It was a design unique to South although it bore a family to the Volkswagen Jetta. After the Wagon was discontinued from the American market; it was the last wagon offered in the US. However, the Fox and coupe lasted until in the US. Early models (1987–1989) Bosch Jetronic electro-mechanical injection known as CIS-E. The system used an Oxygen to assist in fuel management to emissions requirements. VW offered a 2 and 4 door sedan with a 4 transmission and a GL sport model a 5 speed transmission. In Canada the Fox 1987-1989 was offered with the Bosch CIS fuel injection The CIS injection system did not utilize an sensor as part of an engine management system. The Fox sported a mounted 1.8L, 81 hp (DIN) sharing components with the

VW Golf of the era. VW never the Fox of this generation with an transmission in the North American The Fox had a squared off front end with sealed beam halogen while the final U.S. (1990–1993) had Bosch Digifant fuel injection and a more styled front end with headlamps. Volkswagen did not sell any cars in Canada until when the Volkswagen City and Volkswagen City Jetta sales.

In South Africa, the Volkswagen Fox was a based on the original Jetta, but the front end of the Citi, a facelifted of the original Golf Mk 1, which was in in South Africa until 2009.

In the United States and the Audi 80 was badged as the Audi Fox the 1970s. The Australian version was locally by Volkswagen Australasia

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