For those few who buck American automotive buying trends where the sedan is king, Volkswagen offers the Golf SportWagen, a station wagon boasting loads of cargo space and a diesel engine option.
The 2015 Volkswagen Golf GTI continues to improve without straying too far from the blueprint that makes the original hot hatchback so great.
Most US buyers may not appreciate station wagons, but for those that do, Volkswagen has the updated Golf SportWagen, a wagon with loads of cargo space, an economical diesel engine and even a manual transmission option.
The Golf R is Volkswagen's embodiment of ultimate hatchback performance, and 2015 marks some significant improvements. More power, more torque and less weight -- what's not to like? Join us on our first drive to find out.
At over $35,000, Volkswagen's e-Golf is one of the nicer, but not one of the cheaper, electric vehicles on the road. Now, a Limited Edition drops that price by $2,000.
The 7 generation GTI wears its legacy well.
The new and improved Golf R has more power and performance and, in our opinion, looks quite dashing in blue.
Volkswagen's concept hot hatchback combines haptic feedback touchscreens with touchless gesture controls.
It's called the "Golf R Touch," but Volkswagen's conceptual dashboard uses touch-less gesture controls.
At CES 2015, VW shows off its tech-infused Golf R Touch, which has larger head-unit displays, customizable lighting and gesture control capabilities.