Pairing a cellphone with VW App-Connect

Using App-Connect features in your 2016 Volkswagen

Pairing a cellphone with VW App-Connect

With most Volkswagen models, aside from the 2016 Volkswagen Passat, undergoing no real changes for this model year, it feels as if we’ve been talking about nothing else but the ins and outs of which models will have the new MIB II infotainment system, in what size and for which trim levels. It’s almost as if this bit of new technology is exciting or something. Considering we all struggle to set aside our technology when we hit the road, especially when it comes to playing music or navigating, it makes sense to highlight this feature. Pairing a cellphone with VW App-Connect is fast and very easy, and eliminates the need for many “premium” features, like a built-in navigation system. Read the rest of this entry >>

Last Model Year 2016 VW Eos

Wave one last goodbye to the 2016 Volkswagen Eos

Last Model Year 2016 VW Eos

Some models just never quite make it as best sellers, and the Volkswagen Eos has quickly lost sales since the more iconic Beetle Convertible became a competing option. With production being severely limited, it almost isn’t accurate to call it the last model year 2016 VW Eos, as production is ending just next month. Still, it’s a last chance for shoppers to consider this unique hardtop convertible, and this year provides better incentives to do so. Read the rest of this entry >>

New 2016 VW CC R-Line trims

2016 Volkswagen CC brings luxury at a lower price to Trend Motors

New 2016 VW CC R-Line trims

There are a variety of reasons shoppers gravitate toward one vehicle or another. Those with larger families might choose the 2016 Volkswagen Tiguan as the sportier SUV option with a roomier interior, while college students are far more likely to eye up the Jetta. When it comes to the Volkswagen CC, there can be little doubt it draws in those seeking a refined model that exudes luxury. If there’s one thing we know, drivers want a vehicle that both looks high-class, but also appears sporty and powerful. That’s why it’s no surprise to see new 2016 VW CC R-Line trims, increasing the options from just one to three. Read the rest of this entry >>

2016 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen technology and features

For the tech-savvy family: changes to the 2016 VW Golf SportWagen

2016 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen technology and features

You may be thinking the SportWagen is a name that attempts to hide the ultimately un-sporty fact that it is a station wagon. We’re not sure if that’s what the people over at VW were thinking, but with cargo capacity similar to what can be found in some SUVs, maybe it makes more sense than it appears at first. For families, it’s a practical model that can fit up to five, with 30.4 cubic feet of cargo space to spare. Having just been redesigned under the Golf nameplate last year, the model hasn’t changed much when it comes to style, but the 2016 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen technology and features have gone through serious upgrades. Read the rest of this entry >>