Volkswagen Model Comparisons
The Volkswagen Atlas may be one of the newer additions to the lineup, but it’s expected to quickly become a favorite as it adds larger-than-life appeal. The three-row option is the larger offered by this German automaker, and has enough room in the rear to comfortably seat full-grown adults.2018 Volkswagen Atlas vs 2017 Ford Explorer
2018 Volkswagen Atlas vs 2017 Honda Pilot
2018 Volkswagen Atlas vs 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan
What does it take to become an icon? In the automotive world, a low price and unique design provide a winning combination, and that’s just what makes the Beetle continue to enthrall drivers. This model may look bubbly on the outside, but it takes its driving dynamics and available features seriously.2016 Volkswagen Beetle vs. 2016 MINI Cooper
Volkswagen Beetle Convertible
What could be better than the VW Beetle? How about a convertible version that still fits within your driving budget? The Beetle Convertible offers all the benefits and flair of the standard Beetle, but with top-down comfort that allows you to enjoy the sun when the weather is warm and breezy.
The Volkswagen CC is a bit of an underdog in the VW lineup simply because it’s a premium vehicle that not everyone feels they can award themselves by taking home. Trust us, it’s well-worth the upgrade and you deserve to enjoy its coupe-like styling, smooth driving style and comfortable, supportive interior.
It may not be called the Rabbit anymore, but those who used to drive the Volkswagen Golf before its name change will still feel at home hopping into its interior. This vehicle is a fun and comfortable option with a turbocharged engine that makes it a surprisingly fun choice for such a practical daily driver.
Volkswagen Golf GTI
We all love practical, but why can’t a car be fun too? The Golf GTI is modeled under this concept, as it takes the interior space and cargo capacity of the standard Golf, and then adds a peppier engine and sleek style elements to make it the hot hatch we all know and love. And we really love the Golf GTI.Golf GTI S vs Golf GTI Sport
Volkswagen Golf R
There’s no segment that requires as much research and comparison as the performance hatchback one. You’re investing more money, so you want to be sure that you’re getting the most thrills for your buck. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed in the performance or materials found in the Volkswagen Golf R.
Volkswagen Gold AllTrack
Life’s adventures don’t always take us down a paved path, which is where the Volkswagen Golf Alltrack comes in. With standard AWD and tough body cladding, this model can handle your trips to take lake, camping adventures and everything else life throws your way, without losing traction for daily activities.
Volkswagen Golf SportWagen
At some point, the station wagon got a lot of flak for being a go-to family vehicle. What a thing to be criticized for! The VW Golf SportWagen is every bit the smart family choice as it makes easy work of packing up all the accessories you need from childhood to the teen years, without wasting fuel.
Is everything really better in a Jetta? Well, this is the place to find out. The compact sedan may be an entry to the Volkswagen lineup, but VW believes in starting things off strong. This means optimum fuel efficiency, a durable build and low maintenance costs so it can be your trusty vehicle for years to come.
A compact sedan isn’t right for everyone. Some people need more leg room. Others want a sharp-looking midsize car for their family. This is where the Passat fits in, as it offers impressive fuel efficiency for its class, while also being one of the roomiest options on the market for those who need their space.
When did crossovers become so tame? Part of the joy isn’t just the higher ride height or the roomier cargo space, but the fun of taking your model on kayaking trips, or just driving off-road for the sake of feeling the uneven terrain beneath you. The Tiguan is a combination of luxury and capability.2018 Volkswagen Tiguan vs 2017 Toyota RAV4
2016 Volkswagen Tiguan vs. 2016 Dodge Journey
Don’t let its rugged exterior fool you: The Volkswagen Touareg is just as much a luxury midsize SUV as it is an off-roading machine. You might not want to scratch its paint job or get it muddy once you realize how cushy it is when opening up the turbo on the highway, but what’s life without a risk or two?