Although a nicely designed car with comfortable driving characteristics, there is little about the 2015 Volkswagen CC to justify its price, especially compared with more feature-rich cars costing substantially less.
It's a pricey upgrade over the already excellent GTI, but the 2015 Volkswagen Golf R packs the power and all-wheel drive performance to rival Subaru's WRX STI.
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.
The 2014 Volkswagen e-Golf is a solid electric car, offering comfort and good driving dynamics, but its range and feature set do not distinguish it in any particular way from its competitors.
Hybrids are getting better and better, and VW might have crafted one of the best yet. It's the plug-in GTE, and it's one of the most entertaining battery/gasoline machines we've yet driven.
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Although not as sporty as its GTI sibling, the iconic 2014 Volkswagen Beetle comes through with good power and an enjoyable driving experience, but navigation isn't worth the option price.
The 2014 Volkswagen Jetta TDI offers basic transportation at a bargain and an excellent engine, but techies will want to hold off for the improved 2015 model.
With the same chassis and weight improvements, but more torque than the gasoline version, the 2015 Golf TDI is worth paying just a bit more.
The 2015 Volkswagen Golf TSI's design isn't revolutionary, but under the skin it's become larger, more powerful, and more customizable than ever.