Volkswagen Reviews & Comparisons

The Volkswagen Lineup

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As most shoppers know, the Volkswagen brand extends far beyond its iconic Beetle. There are big SUVs, smart commuter cars, and everything in between. The newest is the much-anticipated Atlas with seating for seven. Technology reigns supreme as Volkswagen brings you the latest developments in performance, fuel efficiency, and safety. Style dominates the offerings with high quality materials and contemporary curb appeal. These reviews will tell you about each vehicle's best qualities.

A Choice for Every Shopper

Sharing a spot on the Car and Driver 10Best list, the Golf lineup includes budget rides, bigger choices (SportWagen), faster choices (GTI, R), greener choices (eGolf), and adventurers (AllTrack). The New York Daily News named the Golf as the Best Small Car for 2017. Sedans take you from the roomy Jetta to the spacious Passat to the sleek, speedy CC. SUVs now come in four varieties. The Tiguan Limited is a compact urban crossover. Named Best Compact SUV by Cars.Com, the regular Tiguans are ten inches longer for the 2018 model year. Brand new, the Atlas provides a second three-row option to complement the Touareg. Ready for your smallest family members, both have earned a spot on the Car Seat Honor Roll at the Cars website. Last but not least, there's the iconic Beetle and its exciting convertible cousin. With a variety of trims and engine choices, you can truly find the perfect fit for your daily commute.

Technology and Safety

Volkswagen utilizes technology in every aspect of its latest models. One creative idea is the 12.3-inch virtual instrument panel. The screen appears behind the steering wheel and allows the driver to customize the display with information vital to that individual. The center touchscreen can do more with the App Select feature. Volkswagen puts an emphasis on safety. Volkswagen has a unique post-impact system that will cut off the throttle, open the doors and turn on the hazard lights. For mid-crash safety, Volkswagens may hit the brakes after an initial impact, reducing the chances of a second impact. Front Assist adds automatic emergency braking, a pedestrian watch, and forward collision warning. A blind spot monitor watches for side traffic. Your Park Pilot provides you with the tools you need, including an autobrake, to avoid fender benders in the parking lot. Another helper is the Area View camera which expands your view to include the car's entire perimeter.

Peace of Mind

A new People First warranty is making news. You'll get peace of mind with this industry-leading six-year coverage. Unlike the typical three-year limited/five-year powertrain warranty, People First coverage is bumper-to-bumper for six years or 72,000 miles, whichever comes first. It's even transferrable if you sell the car before warranty expiration. You won't find this anywhere else but at Volkswagen.

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