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2019 Volkswagen Golf R Color Spektrum Program

Back in April, I looked at a rather unique 2018 VW Golf R that was ordered through Volkswagen’s Color Spektrum program. Well, wouldn’t you know it? Another has come up for sale. And this one is….well, very green.

The shade is called Cliff Green, and unlike the last time, this one hasn’t been put through the ringer. There weren’t many changes from ’18 to the ’19 model year – ’19s lost four peak horsepower, and essentially came fully loaded – your only option was the 7-speed DSG, which this car doesn’t have. Oh, and that special paint, of course. With a scant 100 miles on the odometer, this one is essentially as-new. What does one of these rare Rs cost today?

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Year: 2019
Model: Golf R
Engine: 2.0 liter turbocharged inline-4
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 108 mi
Location: Mesa, Arizona
Price: $49,995 Buy It Now

Yes, this Golf R has 108 miles on it! Very unusual opportunity where you can buy a Spektrum colored Golf R that is basically new.

2019 Golf R 2.0T with DCC and Navigation.

Many buyers were not aware of the Spektrum program offered by VW, or missed the boat because of the poor program roll-out provided by VW and its Dealers. Many buyers who tried to pre-order, and even put deposits with the VW Dealerships didn’t even get their opportunity to buy a Spektrum color Golf R. The Spektrum program offered 40 color options that one could choose from, and it was capped at 250 units allocated to the US.

It is said that there are 19 Cliff Green Golf R’s. This vehicle came available and has only 108 miles on it, and we, at AZ Euros, had to have it. We have ordered a fitted car cover, and it has received a full professional detail, and this car now sit in our collection on a 4 post lift. We will not be driving this car, but will be collecting it for ourselves, but will consider selling it if there is a buyer out there who really wanted one, and didn’t get the chance to own one.

Optioned with the 6 speed manual transmission, Monster Mats for Golf R (4) and Heavy Duty Trunk Liner with VW/ CarGo Blocks, Gloss Black Alloy Wheels Package, Luggage net for Cargo area. Color is Cliff Green with Titan Black leather interior.

We will accept trade ins. If you have any questions, please feel free to message us. Vehicle is located in Mesa, AZ. Shipping / Transportation fees are responsibility of the buyer. Fly into Phoenix International AirPort Sky Harbor, and we’ll pick you up. Upon winning bid, buyer is responsible to submit $500 NON REFUNDABLE deposit to secure the purchase. Full payment due within 7 Days. If not received, vehicle will go back onto the market.

Don’t miss the opportunity to get your Spektrum Golf R.

Okay, I’ll fully admit that $50,000 is a LOT to pay for a Golf. But what you get in return is a lot of car. The Golf R is really competing against Audis, BMWs, and Mercedes-Benz in terms of speed and refinement. Add that this car is quite a bit more rare in this shade than your run-of-the-mill hatch, and you’ve got a unique car with supercar-of-2000s-level performance.

However, the color also comes at a substantial premium. It doesn’t take you long to figure out that any other Golf R will only set you back about $42,000 brand new before dealer incentives. Is this color with $8,000? Well, how shouty do you like to be?



  1. Jim Fuerstenberg
    Jim Fuerstenberg July 14, 2020

    There are a lot of other great cars which can be had for 50K…way overpriced. you really have to want one and in that color…

  2. Arun
    Arun July 15, 2020

    Is it really a $8K premium ? I though the spektrum was a $3K option in itself so that would put this car around $45-46K MSRP ? Regardless unique color for sure although I would have gone with reseda green instead !

  3. ace10
    ace10 July 15, 2020

    $50K for a used VW?

    Umm. OK.

  4. Carter
    Carter July 15, 2020

    @Arun, I think the problem is allocation. You just can’t easily get them.

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