Common Repairs on the 8th Generation VW Golf

The Eighth Generation Volkswagen Golf, known as the Golf Mk8, has been in production since 2020 and represents a continuation of the Golf's legacy with advancements in design, technology and sustainability. Notable for its modern styling, innovative interior features, and increased use of electrification, the Golf Mk8 offers a range of powertrains, including hybrid and mild-hybrid options, emphasizing reduced emissions and improved efficiency. Common problems related to the Mk8 may include:

Touch Screen Problems: Responsiveness issues plague the Mk8, including delayed responsiveness and other infotainment bugs such as bluetooth connectivity and a blacked out screen.

Audio/Sound Issues: Owners have reported no audio or sound of music and safety features (door open) upon start-up of the 8th gen Golf. Many people have found solutions in turning the car off and letting it sit for a bit.

Start-Stop System Performance: The start-stop feature, designed to improve fuel efficiency, can sometimes result in a jolt or hesitation when the engine restarts after coming to a stop.

If you are experiencing any of these issues with your Volkswagen Golf, a trip to your nearby Volkswagen service technician is the best way to quickly resolve the problem. Their knowledge and superior service will keep your Volkswagen Golf on the road for many miles to come.

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