What is the standard 2016 Volkswagen Warranty?

March 30th, 2019 by

2016 Volkswagen Warranty Coverage and Plans It’s not something anyone likes to think about when purchasing a new car, but even the best laid plans can have flaws. It’s nice to know you’re covered and that your manufacturer stands by its product. Looking at the 2016 Volkswagen Warranty Coverage and Plans, it’s clear your favorite…

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How can you stop your car alarm from going off?

June 8th, 2018 by

How to turn off VW alarm without the remote You probably know how to get into your car manually, but how do you disable the alarm? When you lock the car doors, the alarm is automatically set as a safety feature against anyone trying to break into your vehicle. Unfortunately, using your manual key can…

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How do you know if you need to change your coolant?

April 30th, 2018 by

How to check engine coolant in Volkswagen When it comes to fluids, coolant can be a confusing thing for those who aren’t familiar with automotive maintenance. After all, we tend to call it coolant in the summer, and then antifreeze in the winter. It’s true: They are the same thing. The difference is that the…

When should you change the oil in the 2017 Volkswagen Jetta?

September 7th, 2017 by

Most drivers here in California will agree that the Volkswagen Jetta is a favored model for those who desire top levels of efficiency, durability and longevity throughout its lifespan. However, the Jetta model is only able to run at peak performance when it’s getting the right amount of oil inside. Today we’ll show you how…

Some basic VW definitions to get you in the know

November 23rd, 2016 by

What do all the VW acronyms stand for? You know what’s not so fun about shopping for a new car? Automakers are fond of acronyms. Not everyone can be expected to be an expert, especially when so many drivers are just looking for something simple and reliable. If you’re doing the research and asking yourself,…

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Solid vs vented, disc vs drum: what are your brake options?

August 15th, 2016 by

Why are VW vented disc brakes better? We won’t pretend cars aren’t complicated beasts, and it sometimes feels like you have to be an expert just to find a car you will love. One of our favorite options in the lineup is the 2016 Volkswagen Golf GTI, and you have likely noticed that there’s a…

Why does my Volkswagen Jetta lock itself?

May 24th, 2016 by

VW Jetta locks itself after 30 seconds Is there anything more frustrating than locking your keys in the car? Most of us have done it to ourselves on accident at some point, whether we tossed the keys on the seat while rummaging around, or left the keys in the ignition, right where we can see…

Why is Volkswagen turbocharging all its engines?

February 18th, 2016 by

Are VW turbo engines better or more reliable? It seems there’s a turbocharged takeover when it comes to engine options, especially on smaller cars. This is just as true for most automakers as it is for Volkswagen, but with the 2016 Volkswagen Jetta losing its naturally-aspirated option, we have plenty of shoppers asking, are VW…

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Why does VW have a low temperature warning?

January 25th, 2016 by

VW dings and flashes 39 degrees When your vehicle provides an audible noise, you know it’s a bad thing. Your first instinct is likely to identify what’s causing the noise, and how to make it stop. Here in California, it’s not normal when your VW dings and the outside temperature display flashes when it reaches…

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What is that light blinking in my Volkswagen gauge cluster?

November 18th, 2015 by

Volkswagen dashboard warning lights meaning No matter how good we are about maintenance, it happens to the best of us. We’re driving down the street, minding our own business, when suddenly a light pops up on our dashboard. Some we understand, like the chipper green image that lets us know our cruise control is working,…

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