Top 10 Best Cars For Golfers

Top 10 cars for golfers

Jaguar XF

Mercedes E-Class Estate

Audi A6 Avant

Range Rover Sport

BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe

Jaguar F-Type

Audi e-tron

McLaren GT

Mercedes A-Class

Porsche 911

Jaguar XF

First up a Great British premium saloon. The XF is a classy chariot with a boot that will swallow up 2 sets of clubs with no problem. A true staple of every club car park throughout the land.

 

Key features:

  • premium materials and all-encompassing comfort
  • dynamic and sporty drive
  • enormous boot space

Mercedes E-Class Estate

The E-Class oozes quality, is a delight to drive and features such a cavernous boot you'll be able to bring half the pro shop home with you.

 

Key features:

  • understated elegance and luxury from the inside out
  • flat-folding backs seats adds to already incredible boot space
  • buckets of top-of-the-range technology

 

Audi A6 Avant

A great alternative to the E-Class, the A6 Avant comes packed with technology and although the boot size is not as enormous as the Mercedes. The choice between the two may just boil down to personal taste.

 

Key features:

  • stylish, sophisticated and fully interconnected
  • a variety of driver assistance systems
  • new single-rame Audi grille with sharp LED headlights

Range Rover Sport

Range Rover Sport is another classic that you'll probably find in every golf club car park, and it's easy to see why! With plenty of stage presence and a grand and comfortable interior, making even a short trip to the shops feel like a pleasure. Plus there'll be more than enough room for your playing partners and their bags.

 

Key features:

  • the most dynamic SUV delivering the perfect balance of ride and control
  • the Range Rover Sport sits close to the pinnacle of the Range Rover family and is packed with high-tech features
  • plenty of space for up to four players and their gear

BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe

It's been described as "all the car you'll ever need", and that's a hard claim to argue against. Stylish, practical and fun to drive the Gran Coupe has bags of car park appeal among the youngsters and the senior masters alike.

 

Key features:

  • from 0 to 62mph in just 5.5 seconds thanks to typical BMW performance and innovation
  • excellent head room and leg room, a large boot and unique design elements
  • interior offers a perfect combination of elegance and functionality

 

Jaguar F-Type

Jaguar claims that with a 407-litre boot the F-type can hold 2 full sets of golf clubs. It could be a squeeze, but one thing is for sure. The F-type is a thing of beauty. Great to look at, and even more fun to drive. You'll definitely want to join the course with the twisty country roads nearby.

 

Key features:

  • F-TYPE has won numerous design awards, its beautiful proportions revealing its lineage
  • with All-Wheel Drive system you’ll enjoy outstanding, assured performance
  • a car to impress and fit your clubs in

Audi e-tron

Fancy using less fuel en route to the local links? How about none, in Audi's fully electric e-tron. With a range in the region of 250 miles and a slightly quirky twist on the popular Audi style, the e-tron whisks you off to the fairways as quietly as the wind.

 

Key features:

  • in size and format, Audi’s all-electric e-tron sits somewhere between Audi’s conventionally powered Q5 and Q7 models
  • with All-Wheel Drive system you’ll enjoy outstanding, assured performance
  • the e-tron 55 can also travel further between charges, with a range of up to 270 miles

McLaren GT

Your clubs would have to live in a locker if you wanted to drive most McLarens to the course. Not the case with the new McLaren GT. The boot will happily gather up your golf gear, and with genuine GT credentials you might accidentally drive to Monaco on the way home. The new McLaren GT bears a close resemblance to the out-and-out track-bred supercars in its range. But take a closer look and you’ll be surprised at how practical, spacious and refined the newcomer could be for an extended tour.

 

Key features:

  • top speed is 206mph and 0-62mph takes an eye-blink 3.2 seconds
  • 420 litres boot with a further 120 litres in the front compartment
  • remarkable combination of supple ride and precise handling

Mercedes A-Class

Sitting at the wheel of this small car, you could be forgiven for thinking you're in one of it's more expensive bigger brothers. The latest A-Class design is based on the platform of the previous A-Class, the new model is completely revised, with a 30mm longer wheelbase and 14mm wider front track. The cabin leads the class in style and quality. With a better-shaped boot than the older model, you'll get the clubs in, no problem.

 

Key features:

  • lots of ground-breaking driver and infotainment technology
  • the interior feels like it’s from one of the company’s luxury saloons
  • advanced technology to protect both occupants and other road users

Porsche 911

Gracing golf course car parks since 1963. EV fans should also check out the fully electric Taycan which Porsche's engineers were instructed to build to drive like a 911. It won't matter how bad your short game was on the course as either Porsche will put the smile back on your face on the journey home.

 

Key features:

  • accelerates from 0 to 62 mph in 3.0 seconds and a top speed is 198 mph
  • classic looks guarantee that your Porsche will never look out of date
  • the Porsche Stability Management system comes with a Sport mode to allow greater leeway for skilful driving

If you like the idea of turning up to your next round in one of these cars, then feel free to check out our range of New and Used Approved cars at www.jardinemotors.co.uk

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