The amount of possible configurations is staggering - options sometimes seen on so many cars they're thought of as std. Some of the 150s on the UK market are import Highline spec without sports suspension or the centre headrest.......Do all gt tdi's have recarosOptional, heated seatsOptional and centre head rests?Centre head rest fitted with 3 point rear belt - if the arm rest is fitted then you'll have a 2 point belt and 2 head rests
YesSo can you get a gt tdi with 130 bhp that does not have any of these extras?
Gary is correct(I've just checked several VW MKIV brochures). There is a bewildering number of options; comparing a 130 and 150 TDI the standard seat specs were: 150TDI(same as 1.8T) had cloth sports seats with lumbar adjustment and 3 rear headrests but no armrests. The 130TDI(same as 2.0) had the same cloth sports seats but no lumbar adjustment, 2 rear headrests and armrests front & rear. If leather is specified you get the lumbar and heated seats included. In the time I've owned MKIVs(6 years) I've seen so many different variations it's hard to keep track. Regards imports; they vary even more; I've seen 2 GTIs(a 1.8T and 1.8n/a) with no rear headrests at all..As far as the 150 goes, centre headrest yes, the heated seats are options on the winter pack.
As for seats, standard fabric sports seats or Leather Recaro as an expensive option.
150pd only diesel to have sports suspension and 3rd headrest as standard.
yours is the same as mine then highlines are importsI've got a GT TDI 115PD with non-heated, non-recaro cloth seats, an arm rest, and no centre head rest at the back. Pretty boring trim level in fact.
Though it DOES say on the sticker in the boot that its highline spec. Good points (dunno what options there actually were) are front and rear arm rests, aircon, in dash CD player & 6 CD changer in the boot... don't think it has sports suspension or big brakes?