Volkswagen Golf Estate, also known as the Volkswagen Golf Sportwagen in the United States, and the Volkswagen Golf Variant in other countries, is the estate/station wagon version of the Volkswagen Golf. Volkswagen Golf Mk3 Variant were introduced in 1993, and were succeeded in 1999 by the Volkswagen Golf Mk4 Variant and Bora Variant. There was no Variant based on the Mk1 & Mk2 Golfs. Volkswagen Golf Mk4 Variant was introduced in April 1999. Unlike the Mk3, it was offered in North America where the Jetta name, tail lights, and front sheetmetal were used. In many European markets both Golf Variant (with Golf front) and Bora Variant (with Jetta front) were sold.
Volkswagen introduced an estate/station wagon version of the fourth generation of Volkswagen Jetta car in January 2001. This was the first time an "A" platform Volkswagen was available in North America with that body style. In the rear, 963 litres (34 ft3) of space was available in the cargo compartment. When the rear seats were folded, the car could hold 1473 litres (52 ft3). Like the sedan, the estate/wagon received high marks from most reviewers. In Europe, the estate version was sometimes sold as part of the Golf line, either in addition to or instead of the Bora. Other than different front bumpers, fenders, headlights, and hood, the cars were identical. In some countries were sold both Golf and Bora Variant.
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