The 2019 Volkswagen Jetta is all-new this year with improvements inside and out. The Jetta lineup includes five trims powered by a modest 1.4-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder. Those who want a bit more fun should look at the performance-focused Jetta GLI. The GLI is different enough from the rest of the Jetta lineup that Volkswagen treats […]
The Volkswagen Tiguan was all-new for 2018 so changes are minimal this year. It continues to be an affordable, 7-passenger option for families who want a compact SUV rather than a land yacht. This makes the Tiguan great for city dwellers with larger families who don’t want to struggle to find a place to park. […]
It seems today that every automobile manufacturer is offering at least a couple of SUVs to the public. And to many buyers the SUV fills an important role as the new family hauler. Those of us with some age to us, know all too well that today’s SUV was yesterday’s wood paneled station wagon.
Electric-car adoption in the U.S. continues to lag, but it’s not for lack of excellent choices like this 2019 Volkswagen e-Golf SE.
Two of the planet’s largest automakers team up on EVs and automation.
The 2019 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen flies in the face of all the crossovers and SUVs that currently populate family driveways. It’s something of a callback to the days when station wagons were the go-to choice if you needed more room than a sedan, but this isn’t yesterday’s wagon. The Golf SportWagen has the extra cargo […]
As John Paul diagnoses with this 2011 Volkswagen Golf, there are no coincidences when it comes to diagnosing electrical problems.
Back in the 1960s, car companies had money to burn. Volkswagen, which had been selling Beetles in the United States even before Volkswagen of America was founded in 1955, had nearly 1,000 dealers across the country, and commissioned a book of humorous cartoons and essays that followed its successful “Think Small” advertising campaign.
Dieselgate continues to create challenges for Volkswagen. The latest is an ad campaign paid for by Volkswagen, but featuring a Chevrolet Bolt EV. It’s all a part of the company’s settlement in the U.S. that required it to spend $2 billion on the promotion of electric vehicles. The ad is for Volkswagen’s Electrify America, so […]