VW SUV T-Cross and T-Roc concepts at Geneva Motor Show
It seems that 2016 is the year when Volkswagen is going to be revealing the most changes and innovations we’ve seen in a while. So far the BUDD-e has already been unveiled as a concept that flaunts the potential for improved electric vehicle options, while the e-Golf Touch adds on practical gesture control that we expect to see available in upcoming production models. Now we’re hearing rumors of a new subcompact SUV from Volkswagen, and rumor has it the VW T-Cross and T-Roc concepts will both be at the Geneva Motor Show. Read the rest of this entry
Why is the 2016 VW Golf good for short people?
We hear time and again how there are some cars that just aren’t meant to be when you’re a tall driver or passenger. When rear legroom is pitiful at best, auto journalists will be sure to note it isn’t the best option for anyone over six foot tall, but these are issues shorter occupants can blow past. This doesn’t mean short drivers don’t have any problems, but they are too often ignored. If you’ve been hearing the solution could be one of our most popular models, you may be asking: why is the 2016 VW Golf good for short people? Read the rest of this entry
Getting into your Volkswagen with an inoperative remote
Technology can be one of the key factors in making a vehicle convenient, but when it fails it can leave some of us at a loss as to our next step. This may not be such a big deal if our CD player is on the fritz, though it certainly won’t be appreciated on long road trips. A bigger concern centers on getting into your Volkswagen with an inoperative remote, especially in vehicles with keyless access. How are you going to buy a new battery if you don’t have transportation to get to the store? Read the rest of this entry
All-wheel-drive Volkswagen car options
With snow falling leaving far too many residents stuck in the ditch, we know plenty of people in Morris County who are ready to upgrade to some of our all-wheel-drive Volkswagen car options. Many people consider AWD to be a great solution to winter driving, as traction can be sent to the wheels that need it most to help with acceleration. You won’t find as many cars with this drivetrain as you do SUVs and trucks because it’s a performance feature that is also sought out for vehicles that will be driven off-road. We predict VW will be providing more options in the future, but for now we have just two 2016 Volkswagen cars with AWD and two SUV options. Read the rest of this entry