Easily one of the most popular Volkswagen models for the past six decades, the high demand for this iconic silhouette remains strong. Though the shape has shifted more than once through the years, it still appeals for it's retro-inspiration and unique design.
What's better than driving a regular Beetle? The Beetle Convertible, which has all the same benefits of the regular Beetle, plus the ability to enjoy a little more light in your life. Sunny days don't go to waste in this stylish model.
A midsize sedan without midsize comfort, the Volkswagen CC is a car made for those who enjoy the finer things in life. It takes the comfort drivers expect from a Volkswagen and adds on premium standard features which bring luxury with every mile.
Volkswagen is taking a step forward in fuel economy while also thinking greener with the e-Golf. It looks and drives like the Golf people know and love, but without sending out toxic emissions. It also offers the best fuel-economy in the lineup, with the cost of charging falling far below the cost of gasoline.
Hardtop convertibles are becoming more rare every year, but the Eos is keeping up the options for those who enjoy the ability to go seamlessly from sedan to convertible as the whim strikes. This vehicle takes it one step further with a built-in sunroof.
The first generation Volkswagen Golf had such instant popularity that the automaker has had no option but to make it better year after year. The boxy style may have gone, but the sleek exterior is only a hint at the innovation that is put into each new model year.
There's the family car, and then there's the anyone car. The Golf GTI may have the cargo area and comfortable rear seats which make it perfect for the whole crew, but that doesn't mean it isn't also the ideal vehicle for those living a single lifestyle too.
When it comes to performance specs, few models can keep up with the sporty and practical Golf R. The model offers the same cargo and interior space as other Golf family members, but delivers so much more when it comes to its engine specs and host of standard features.2016 Volkswagen Golf R
Some families don't pack light, and with the Golf SportWagen they don't have to. It features a spacious interior which is appealing for occupants who enjoy room to stretch, but has more cargo space than the regular Golf. it also has useful roof rails which make it ultra easy to install a carrier bar and set out on adventures.
When it comes to compact size at an affordable price, few cars do it as well as the Volkswagen Jetta. This vehicle offers up a surprisingly roomy interior despite its small appearance.
When a smaller car just won't do, the Volkswagen Passat offers a nice balance with more passenger volume without sacrificing on a slim exterior which is easy to navigate.
Volkswagen may be best known for its unique car designs, but the Tiguan packs the German-engineering fans desire and is filled with high-quality craftsmanship and premium materials. Add excellent luxury features and this is one crossover SUV which is a pleasure to drive.
The luxury SUV is something of a status symbol, and the Touareg is ready to let everyone know you're driving a model that brings luxury to the forefront. From the sleek exterior to the premium materials in the cabin, every detail is carefully crafted for quality and aesthetics.