The Golf's new entry price, now from €19,995 is a €400 price reduction from the 2014 model. The car gains a leather steering wheel and from centre armrest in this specification at no extra cost.
Other upgrades include the Golf BlueMotion model now costs €430 less and now starts at €25,295; the Golf Comfortline which now starts from €22,755; and the Golf Highline, now from €25,105.
There has been a big increase in specification as standard on the GTI. Prices now start from €35,750 - a €1,215 price increase but with over €4,350 worth of specification added as standard.
The GTD now starts from €37,705, with an extra €4,215 of spec added as standard for a €1,200 increase in RRP.
At the top of the range, the Golf R has come down in price by €9,515, plus has an added specification of €2,040.
The luxurious Golf Edition-40, costing from €30,455 comes with a choice of either a 1.4 TSI 150bhp engine or a 2.0 TDI 150bhp engine.
Volkswagen say customers will now be able to get more Volkswagen for their money, with higher spec models and mid-range models available on lower PCP rates of 1.9% and 3.9%. Retail customers can also avail of 3 year's free servicing on 151 cars ordered before 30 November.