What are the Volkswagen Vehicle Protection Plans?

You have invested heavily into your new Volkswagen, so you should be confident that you will be protected if something unfortunate happens. As some drivers need that extra piece in mind to feel comfortable, the Drive Easy protection program is available for anyone that owns a Volkswagen and wants to protect their vehicle. These plans range anywhere from maintenance coverage to theft. Here, we will cover the various Volkswagen Vehicle Protection Plans available. Read the rest of this entry >>

Volkswagen to End Production of the Golf Alltrack and SportWagen

You may have remembered that we mentioned how the famous Volkswagen Beetle ended production for 2019. Now, we have some more unfortunate news for VW fans. Earlier this month, Volkswagen announced that the Golf Alltrack and the Golf SportWagen will be pulled off production by the end of the year. The Alltrack will continue being built through December 2019 at their Puebla plant to give fans more opportunity to claim one of the last Alltrack vehicles to be made. Read the rest of this entry >>

Is the Volkswagen Golf Good for Tall Drivers?

Volkswagen Golf Head and Legroom

Volkswagen Golf models are popular among city drivers thanks to their useful hatchback design and efficient engines. Whether you’re looking at the original Golf model, the sporty Golf GTI, or even the powerful Golf R, you can expect a comfortable and practical driving experience. Tall drivers will be especially relieved to learn that all Golf models offer plenty of head and legroom. Read the rest of this entry >>

What is the Fuel Economy of the Volkswagen Arteon?

2019 Volkswagen Arteon Fuel Economy

The latest vehicle to join the Volkswagen model lineup is making waves for several reasons. Not only does it take up residence as the brand’s near-luxury sedan, but it also offers high-class style and features. However, what many potential buyers are wondering about this new model is how efficient it is and what it’ll cost to fill up at the gas station. Read the rest of this entry >>