Compared to Giugiaro’s crisp-looking original, the Mk2 Golf was plusher, larger, heavier and developed entirely in-house. By the time production ended in 1992, more than 50,000 had made it onto UK driveways and given those high build standards, there is still a reasonably good number left. But how does a Mk2 shape up as a classic right now, in 2021? In the Feb issue of Practical Classics, we show you how to buy the very best.
Golf Mk2 essential guide
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