2010-2014 Golf & Sportwagen Winter Front

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Front winter cover for an the MkVI Golf and 2010+ Sportwagen. This cover reduces airflow to the radiator and engine bay, helping the car warm up faster and stay warm. Also helps keep out road salt and moisture when driving through winter weather.

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Front winter cover for an the MkVI Golf and 2010+ Sportwagen. This cover reduces airflow to the radiator and engine bay, helping the car warm up faster and stay warm. Also helps keep out road salt and moisture when driving through winter weather.

Custom made for IDParts. Includes covers for both the upper and lower grills and they can be used together or individually.

Not for 2009 Sportwagen

If you want something done right, do it yourself. This is the attitude we take to our own products. IDParts.com branded items have been designed and manufactured to our specific requirements, focusing on quality and reliability.
Volkswagen
  • Golf TDI Mk6 w/ 2.0 CJAA Engine (2010-2014)
  • Sportwagen TDI w/ 2.0L CBEA/CJAA Engine (2010-2014)

Frequently Asked Questions

No, this is for 2010-2014 Mk6 Sportwagen and Golf.
No, this product is for Golf and Sportwagen models only.
No, this is for 2010-2014 Mk6 only.
The winterfront can work with a front tag but the bracket or the winterfront may need to be trimmed. We do not offer an option that comes pre-trimmed as the brackets tend to differ from each dealer/state and some customers do not use a front plate.
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What our customers say...

Perfect for cars operating in cold climates. Also, easy on, easy off for the crazy weather we get in the northeast.

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What a great product! Originally purchased as a consequence of the VW intercooler problem, I now find that with the intercooler kit installed and the new winter front, my mileage shot up 5%. I am a courier and drive the same 200 miles every day, so I'm sensitive to the smallest changes. A winter front makes sense, the engine warms up faster and stays in an optimal range. For brief winter warm ups, I just undo the top flap covering the air intake. Normally my best mpg is at 60-65 degrees, but yesterday (45 degree ambient), I had my highest in 130K @ 53 avg. Problems: If there is a front license plate holder, the bottom cover is difficult to set. In PA we have no front plate, so I took the holder off. A little stronger Velcro or more of it would have been nice. I have my own, so I reinforced it and now it works great.

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