Volkswagen

  • 2018 Volkswagen Atlas Review

    Everywhere I went folks told me “wow, that’s a big Volkswagen” and they are right, but it’s more than just a big VW.  The new 2018 Atlas was designed specifically for North America and China (where it will be called the Volkswagen Teramont) with a strong focus on cargo capacity, passenger comfort and family friendliness.

  • 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan Review

    Volkswagen has finally decided to tackle the American CUV market with a new approach. The Touareg has been cancelled, the Tiguan has grown by leaps and bounds, there’s a big-new three row Atlas and soon we’ll have a third German crossover to fill out the bottom end. Thanks to a massive increase in size, the

  • 2017 VW Passat Review

    Volkswagen’s Passat used to be America’s discount Audi but that left the people’s car brand without a direct competitor to the Camry and Accord. In stepped the new Passat in 2012 which changed everything. Instead of selling the same Passat in America and Europe VW decided to harmonize development between China and America sending us

  • 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack Review

    The off-road wagon segment has always been small but there’s a new entry for 2017 from Volkswagen in the form of the raised Golf wagon. With an additional inch of ground clearance, a dual clutch transmission and some go-anywhere body cladding, the Alltrack is exactly what would happen if Volvo and Subaru engineers got together

  • 2015 Volkswagen Beetle 1.8T Review

  • 2015 Volkswagen GTI Review 2-Door – In 4K

    Although GTI sales are on an upward trend, the American hot hatch is a rare breed as there are just three options. We have the aging Ford Focus ST, and a new pair of hatches from Germany: the Volkswagen GTI and the MINI Cooper S. (Yes MINI fans, I’m calling the MINI German.) The last