2013 Volkswagen GTI Values
Select a 2013 Volkswagen GTI trim level
2013 model year changes
The 2013 Volkswagen GTI carries over from 2012 virtually unchanged. The only minor differences include new wheels for mid-level trims, as well as a golf-ball shift knob offered on some of the model line.
Athletic, responsive driving feel; straightforward, practical, and spacious interior layout; excellent DSG transmission; great steering and handling; impressive fuel economy; affordable performance
Special features for 2013
The Volkswagen GTI offers up strong performance, yet it has essentially the same space-efficient interior layout of the Golf hatchback--and that's a major asset for those who need to use the GTI as a daily driver. It's also a very strong performer while also offering impressive fuel economy, of up to 33 mpg highway. Pricing and value are also major selling points for the GTI compared to most other small sporty hatchbacks. With a bottom-line base price of less than $25,000, the GTI doesn't cost all that much more than economy-minded small hatchbacks, yet it offers a sportier, more exclusive look--as well as a good list of standard features and a more athletic driving feel.