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Volkswagen Bora Saloon (1J2) cars: technical specifications, versions and trim levels
Volkswagen Bora 1J2 car is a five-seater sedan, produced in Europe since 1998 till 2005. It was built on the Volkswagen Golf hatchback platform. From its predecessor it inherited a corrosion-resistant body, for a which 12-year warranty was provided, and good technical characteristics. Despite the fact that the model is discontinued for quite a while, it can often be seen on European roads nowadays. Repair and maintenance of these cars are not a problem, you can always order spare parts for Volkswagen Bora 1J2 at a bargain in our online-shop. Contact our specialists: they will inform you about promotions and discounts.
Technical characteristics of Volkswagen Bora 1J2
Volkswagen Bora Sedan was 4376 mm long, 1736 mm wide and 1446 mm high. Compact sizes of the car offered lots of advantages for a driver on narrow city roads and overcrowded parkings. Nevertheless, there was not enough room for passengers, especially on the rear seats. On the other hand, the car had rather spacious luggage compartment, with capacity varying between 455 and 785 liters. Ride height was 130 mm.
38 modifications of VW Bora sedan (1998–2005) were produced in Europe. 18 of them were equipped with diesel power units, 20 – with petrol ones.
The most powerful amongst them was 2.8 V6 4motion, equipped with 6-cylinder V-engine with 24 valves, developing 204 hp power. Car’s load-carrying capability was 515 kg. The car could reach 100 km/h in 7.4 seconds, and its maximum speed reached 235 km/h. But excellent technical characteristics had a price of increased fuel consumption: 2.8 V6 4motion needed 15.3 liters per 100 km in urban driving cycle, and 8.1 liters in extra-urban cycle, while, for instance, 1.4 16V MT consumed only 9 liters of fuel in the city, and just 5.4 liters per 100 km on the highway. But, the car took as long as 15 seconds to accelerate to 100 km/h.
Volkswagen Bora sedan 2.8 V6 4motion (1998–2005) was equipped with 6-speed transmission and proprietary development of Volkswagen concern – 4Motion part-time 4wd system, which allowed to distribute torque between the axles according to road conditions.
Bora 1J2 configurations
The car was manufactured in four main configurations: Basis, Comfortline, Highline and Trendline. More trim levels were offered for the British market: S, ST, V6, Sport, SE, V5 and Highline.
Highline was the richest configuration. Such Volkswagen Bora (1J2) was equipped with light alloy wheel rims and low-profile tyres. Interior was decorated with natural wood inserts. Hydraulic power steering, adjustable steering column, airbags, stability control system, remote central locking and power sunroof were installed as standard equipment. CD-changer, climate-control, seat heating and leather upholstery, parking sensors and other options could be ordered for additional fee.