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For enthusiasts on a budget, the fun, frugal, functional Golf GTI is one of the most well-rounded sports cars you can buy for under $30,000.
With its smooth on-road demeanor and appealing exterior, the Arteon feels like a serious luxury bargain.
The VW Beetle is a fun little runabout, but get it while you can as 2019 is the last year of production.
VW’s latest Jetta GLI gives compelling performance at an affordable price.
Saying goodbye to the Volkswagen Beetle by testing the Final Edition model in Mexico.
If you're looking for soft and comfortable, the Passat might be a good choice, but there are much better offerings in the segment.
If you don’t want a crossover like everyone else in your neighborhood, the Sportwagen offers a different take on a practical package.
The 2019 Volkswagen Jetta feels more like a move upscale, rather just than a move up in scale, and is once again a solid choice for an efficient and smart compact sedan.
Volkswagen's Golf Alltrack is one of our favorite all-rounders; a car we’d be happy to live with on the daily.
An odd balance of "bigger is better" and "less is more," the 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan has nevertheless matured significantly for its second-gen model.
The Golf R packs an excellent balance of price, premium tech and enthusiast-grade performance.
A refined and everyday-usable package with plenty of pep in its step, the Volkswagen GTI is our kind of daily driver.
The 2018 Volkswagen Atlas doesn't do much to inspire emotion, but the three-row SUV is well-built and should satisfy most consumers.
Let's hope VW changes the name before it arrives at dealerships.
VW is determined to conquer every crossover segment possible, and the T-Roc should go a long way in that regard.
The I.D. Buzz was one of the most widely loved concepts we've seen in years, but it turns out it's more than just a pretty face. It's a driver, and we've taken it for a spin.
In its SE trim, the 2017 Volkswagen e-Golf is a very affordable and useful electric vehicle, with enough range to meet the needs of most urban and suburban buyers.
The Volkswagen Golf is a dependable thing. It's just the right size for city living, looks good, and drives well. So what happens when you give it 310 hp?