With its new Drive Modes feature, the new GTI goes from comfortable urban runabout to canyon carver at the push of a button.
For the GTI's seventh generation, Volkswagen refines its performance version of the Golf with more handling tech and drive mode settings.
Whenever Peugeot releases a new GTI version of its smallest car we get very excited and exclaim, "The 205 GTI is back!!" It isn't. It can't be. Stop saying that. The 208 GTI is, thankfully, a very good car in spite of its ancestry.
The original Golf GTI was a popular car. It had everything -- speed, space, and looks, a winning combo if ever there was one. Now there's a new one and we hope it's just as good.
The new VW Golf GTI does... everything. Seriously, it does everything you could ever need it to.
I've been driving Volkswagen's latest Golf GTI. It's a great car, but so different from the GTI that kicked off the sub-brand back in '75.
The Peugeot 208 GTI is the French firm's latest take on the hot hatch. However, many will be irritated that it's not quite as 'good' as the 205 GTI. They shouldn't be.
At the 2013 Geneva Auto Show, Volkswagen gaves us a look at not one but two models of their popular Golf vehicles, the GTI and the GTD. CNET's Wayne Cunningham breaks them down and tells us what's so hot about them.
With the performance version of the new Golf, Volkswagen releases a gasoline-powered GTI and a diesel-powered GTD.
Volkswagen launches the all-wheel-drive, 256-horsepower Golf R, which should be the king of the hot hatchbacks, in the U.S. this year.