Volkswagen is getting Rallycross enthusiasts excited for this weekend’s debut of its Beetle GRC.
Volkswagen is the German giant, also owning Audi, Maserati, Porsche and others. VW, known as the ‘people’s car,’ builds fuel efficient cars with comfort in mind. Diesel engines are an important part of VW’s business. Some iconic Volkswagen’s are the Beetle, Jetta. Upcoming models to watch: CC, Golf, TDI
Volkswagen’s popular Jetta sedan just earned Top Safety Pick+ honors from the Insurance Institute for Highway safety.
Cultural stereotypes aside, Germany is known for its advanced technology, engineering prowess and top-quality manufacturing. The land of beer, bratwurst and BMW is especially famed for its automobiles, which are renowned the world over for their driving dynamics and Autobahn-proven performance.
540 horsepower is a lot for even a large grand touring car, but stick that much get up and go in a Volkswagen Beetle and things are bound to get interesting.
Two very interesting comparisons are due this week, don’t miss our super-sedan shoot-out and hatchback showdown.
Volkswagen plans on updating its models more frequently in the U.S.
The Tesla Model S might be a popular car among some enthusiasts, but apparently it’s not all that “hot.”
Imports and European automakers still reign supreme in customer satisfaction.
Yesterday we took eight fun-to-drive performance vehicles under $30,000 and put them through their paces on the street. After much deliberation, we chose the 2014 Ford Fiesta ST as the king of the street. Despite a somewhat harsh ride, nothing else matches the raw, hilariously fun driving experience behind the wheel.
Volkswagen is taking a little bit off the price of the 2015 Volkswagen Jetta.
Sporty cars are not dead. Rumors of their demise are premature. Thrill-packed machinery litters the automotive landscape, available to suit nearly every budget. When it comes to motoring fun, one of the most intriguing segments is the under $30,000 price bracket, where several enticing choices can be found in a variety of shapes and sizes.
In a bid to stay strong in an increasingly high paced industry, Volkswagen is reportedly already preparing the next generation Golf.
Volkswagen has just announced pricing and availability for its first fully electric model to be offered in North America.
With eight sporty cars in the AutoGuide.com garage, we are understandably excited about this week. Did we also mention that we’re spending it at our home test track?
The Volkswagen Tiguan has been recalled for a potential stalling issue.
Volkswagen will once again be the presenting sponsor for Discovery Channel’s Shark Week.
Volkswagen is making a point to advertise more than the low emissions associated with driving its new electric car, the e-Golf.
The 2015 North American Car and Truck/Utility of the Year long list has been announced.
It’s that time of the month again, folks. For a collectively painful but short period of time, manufacturers are putting their usual press release repertoire to the side, instead focusing on what really matters: the almighty dollar.
With Toyota in the top spot in terms of global sales, Volkswagen has passed General Motors to take the number two spot.
Following a stop-sale order earlier this month, Volkswagen has now issued a recall for its Golf and GTI models.
Volkswagen has announced changes heading to its 2015 model lineup.
Here’s your chance to take a look at the exciting new cars we’re testing this week including the muscle car everyone is talking about: the 707-hp Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat. Read about the other cars populating the AutoGuide garage right here.
Volkswagen is rumored to be bringing its Touran MPV to the U.S.