The Beetle is one of the most iconic options in the Volkswagen lineup, and it has one of the largest followings. In addition to being a fun model to drive, it has a comfortable interior and retro features like the Kaeferfach glovebox that are a direct reference to the vehicle that started it all for VW.
Just when you think it can’t get any more fun than the Beetle, there’s a drop top option that adds some natural air-conditioning for the summer sun. This model has all the same style and features as the regular coupe, but with a soft rag top that comes available in two different color options.Beetle Convertible vs 500c Cabrio
It may have started out as a luxury version of the Passat, but the Comfort Coupe has paved its own way. Drivers love the CC for its premium features, attractive styling and overall smooth driving dynamic. It’s truly a model that’s earned the comfort in its name, as it has a high-quality look and feel.
It’s the first electric vehicle for Volkswagen, but with specs like this, the e-Golf won’t be the last. It’s one of the better affordable EVs on the market, plus it doesn’t have the sort of styling that screams to the world that it’s a green machine. But you’ll know it’s true when you skip past the pumps.
There aren’t many hardtop convertibles with a built-in sunroof. In fact, there’s just the Eos. This model is a fun choice for those seeking an attractive convertible that’s practical all year round. It offers the best range of comfort when it comes to the roof, and it’s one of a kind styling turns heads.
Why is the Golf such a popular option for Volkswagen fans? It could be the attractive yet subtle styling, the fact that it offers impressive features for an economy model or the excellent interior space. Really, it’s all of these things, plus fuel efficiency and cargo space to create a well-rounded option.Golf vs Mazda3
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A hot hatch is the sort of vehicle that offers the best of all worlds. It’s a smart vehicle for commuters and college students thanks to fuel efficiency and a low starting price, but its roominess makes it a great family vehicle. Then there’s the powertrain, which simply makes it a fun car for anyone.
Is the Golf family expanding too much? While it may seem a family reunion would fill a parking lot, the Golf R proves every model has its place and offers something unique. Where the GTI offers a fun drive, the R is the vehicle to beat when it comes to real thrills and ultimate performance.
Some say the station wagon has died out, but the Golf SportWagen proves that it’s still a desirable option for families. It has much of the same styling and features as the standard Golf, but it takes families into account by offering roof rails and more cargo for adventures and sports gear.
Those who think bigger is better aren’t considering the fact that not everyone needs much room. When you drive a compact car you get all the benefits of high fuel economy and easy maneuverability, not to mention a low starting price. It doesn’t hurt that the Jetta is also an attractive model.
When it comes to midsize sedans, you can’t go wrong with the Volkswagen Passat. This roomy model is a step up in interior space, and has a quiet cabin outfitted with premium materials, without coming with a premium pricetag. It doesn’t hurt that it comes with an available V6 for more power.
Doesn’t every driver secretly want the finer things in life? Even if you’re on a budget, the Tiguan offers a nice balance in price and features, and its plushy interior can’t be beat by any other vehicle in its class. It also has a potent engine, as a strong reminder that an SUV should have sporty performance.
Easily one of the most luxurious options from Volkswagen, the Touareg looks as impressive as it feels to drive. The most difficult part of ownership? Deciding whether you should push it to the edge of its capabilities, or baby it to keep that new car look and feel for as long as humanly possible.