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Volkswagen Repair and Service - Car Tender

Volkswagen Repair and Service

We all know that the Volkswagen name and brand conveys thoughts of performance, long life, and safety. Not only does Volkswagen make great looking vehicles, they build and design them to be used and to run exceptionally well for many years. We service the entire VW line including the Jetta, Passat, CC, Tiguan, GTI, Touareg, SportWagen, Eos, Beetle, and the Golf. We make it our business to ensure that when you bring your Volkswagen in to us that you and your vehicle receive the service you deserve.

It is crucial, if you want to enjoy your VW for years, to get the maintenance and repairs on it done as soon as possible. Putting off either of those things can lead to extensive damage to your VW and cost you a pretty penny. So when you know it’s time for an oil change, or the tires haven’t been rotated in a while, bring it in. If you have had the unfortunate experience of being in a fender bender and things are running a little differently, bring your VW in and let us check it out.

Current Models

CrossGolf (2010 - present)

Volkswagen debuted a facelift for its CrossGolf model at the 2010 Geneva Auto Show, together with the new CrossPolo. The new model was destined mainly to the European market, as it would have led to a too harsher competition against the Tiguan in the US. As before, the CrossGolf is based on the 5-door Golf model and features a bigger ground clearance, while also a more rugged look.

CrossGolf 1.2L TSI 6MT (105 HP) | CrossGolf 1.4L TSI 6MT (122 HP) | CrossGolf 1.4L TSI 6MT (160 HP) | CrossGolf 1.4L TSI 7AT (122 HP) | CrossGolf 1.4L TSI 7AT (160 HP)

CrossGolf 1.6L TDI 5MT (105 HP) | CrossGolf 1.6L TDI 7AT (105 HP) | CrossGolf 2.0L TDI 6AT (140 HP) | CrossGolf 2.0L TDI 6MT (140 HP)

CrossGolf 1.6L Bifuel - Natural Gas 5MT (98 HP) | CrossGolf 1.6L Bifuel - Petrol 5MT (102 HP)

Crosspolo (2010 - present)

The New Volkswagen CrossPolo is a versatile all-terrain, five-door B-segment car with matchless efficiency and comfort. The exterior design stands out with many exclusive highlights and specific details. The front apron is finished in anthracite color and it integrates the front fog lights and a large air inlet with black honeycomb insert.

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Polo Sedan (2010 - present)

The Polo sedan was a good choice for the emergent markets, for the families that didn't want to share the cabin with their luggage compartment. Small, nimble, and light, the Polo sedan was a great choice for countries where the three-box version was considered more upmarket than the hatchbacks. In the ASEAN market, Russia, and specific market, Volkswagen offered a three-box version.

Sharan (2010 - present)

Volkswagen introduced to the world the second generation Sharan model at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, only one month before SEAT launched the Alhambra (a model largely developed on the Sharan). The German carmaker proceeded to some major changes for the new-gen Sharan, revealing a car longer, wider, lower and with a longer wheelbase as compared to its predecessor.

Touran (2011 - present)

Volkswagen introduced the Touran MPV in 2003 on the same platform as the Golf V and introduced two facelift versions and the crossover-style CrossTouran in 2011. After successfully introduced two other crossover-style vehicles, the Polo and the Golf Plus, Volkswagen raised the stakes and included a Cross package for the Touran MPV in 2006.

Gol (2014 - present)

Volkswagen Gol was the most successful car on the Brazilian market and it was produced since 1980 as a replacement for the popular VW Beetle. In 2014, the car already reached its third generation. In 1980, Volkswagen was looking for a way to replace the cheap and reliable Volkswagen Beetle on the South-American market. It was just very hard to create something affordable to buy.

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Scirocco (2014 - present)

In 2008, Volkswagen decided to revive the Scirocco name. Like its predecessor, it was based on the same platform with the Golf but offered a sportier look. It was one of the sexiest cars made by the German brand. The first generation of Scirocco was introduced in 1974 and it was followed by a second-generation in 1981, which remained on the market until 1992.

Scirocco R (2014 - present)

The first generation of the Scirocco was launched in 1974 and ended its production in 1981. In the same year, Volkswagen released the 2nd generation intended to last until 1988 when they proposed the Corrado. As the Corrado was not a very successful model, they continued to sell the Scirocco second generation until 1992. Volkswagen decides to revive the Scirocco nameplate in 2008.

Golf VII GTD Variant (2015 - present)

The first Volkswagen Golf GTD was launched in 1982 and the first station-wagon Golf was introduced in 1993. In 2015, the two elements were combined, forming the first Golf GTD Variant. At the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, the German car-maker introduced the first station-wagon GTD for the Volkswagen Golf. The new version transformed the Golf into a fast-paced family mover.

Touran (2015 - present)

The third generation of the Touran was introduced at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The MPV was more stylish than before and it featured more comfort and safety amenities. Like most of the Volkswagen range, the Touran was developed on the MQB platform. It was fitted with an automatic post-collision braking system, adaptive cruise control, and city emergency braking.

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Transporter Kombi T6 (2015 - present)

The sixth generation of the Transporter was launched in 2015 and it is the most successful commercial vehicle in Germany. The previous generation sold in 2.0 million units. The classic design remained almost the same. It is hard to change a vehicle that knows that in some parts of the world the LCV's are called "transporters" regardless of the brand.

Cross Up! (2016 - present)

A slightly refreshed Volkswagen Cross up! city car has been introduced in 2016. Visual changes are minimal and so are the mechanical ones, but the tiny car does come with more technology and revised powerplants to offer a better fuel economy. The rugged mini VW still benefits from sturdy protective black moldings on the wheel-arches and sills, door protector strips.

Up! 3 Doors (2016 - present)

Volkswagen's smallest car, the up! was updated in 2016 coming with slightly redesigned body panels, new colors and wheels, more customizing options, better features and more. The car has new headlights with standard LED daytime running lights, new bumpers, redesigned taillights, mirror cases, and a more prominent rear diffuser.

Up! 5 Doors (2016 - present)

Volkswagen's smallest car, the up! was updated in 2016, this applying to the 5 door version you see here as well. It came with slightly redesigned body panels, new colors and wheels, more customizing options, better features and more. The 5-door up! has new headlights with standard LED daytime running lights, new bumpers, redesigned taillights, mirror cases, and a more prominent rear diffuser.

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Golf VII 3 Door (2017 - present)

Volkswagen is digitalising the most successful model in the Group's history - the Volkswagen Golf - with a major update. The main focus of the 2017 model year is - alongside new engines, keener design and new assistance systems - a completely new generation of infotainment systems. As a world's first in the compact class, the top-of-the-range "Discover Pro" system.

Golf Sportsvan (2017 - present)

The Volkswagen Golf Sportsvan was refreshed in 2017 receiving slightly different front and rear ends to fall in line with the rest of the Golf range. Most differences can be seen in the headlights, lower bumper, and grille which now has less horizontal bars. The interior is enhanced with new decorative trim, fabrics, and leather seats.

Golf VII R Variant (2017 - present)

The Volkswagen Golf GTI was the hot hatch segment's inventor, even though the original GTI only had 115 hp. Fast-forward to 2017 and we find the Golf R Variant, a true sleeper in the compact-segment. While the first-ever Golf R had a naturally aspirated 3.2-liter V6 engine, the 2017 R has a 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline unit with almost 300 hp under the hood.

Polo 5 Door (2017 - present)

After more than 14 million units sold around the world, Polo was one of the most important cars in the small-segment. The sixth generation of that model was introduced in 2017. Volkswagen Polo started its career as a re-badged Audi 50, but while the 50 was deleted from the premium car-maker, the Polo continued its journey. The sixth-generation was built on the MQB A0 platform.

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Polo GTI (2017 - present)

Based on the 7th generation of the regular Polo, the new Polo GTI was a comfortable and refined hot hatch. While Polo never made it as far as the flagship Golf did, the new GTI drew immediate attention. And it also drove like a Golf, sharing its MQB chassis. For starters, the GTI version could easily be recognized with the specific exterior design that featured red accents.

T-Roc (2017 - present)

The cross-over vehicles are the trend of the decade. Volkswagen already has good experience in this area, after the successful Touareg and Tiguan. So, it tries its luck with the compact-sized T-Roc. A 4.2 meter (13.9 ft) long vehicle, with enough attitude to attract young customers. Inside, Volkswagen installed all that young people needs.

Jetta (2018 - present)

After selling more than 17 million Jetta/Bora/Vento models around the world, the seventh generation of the compact sedan from Volkswagen was introduced at the 2018 North American Auto Show. It was the seventh generation for the Jetta and, as usual, it was based on the same platform as the Volkswagen Golf. That time, it was the MQB platform, which was also used for various vehicles.

T-Cross (2018 - present)

If someone would shrink a Volkswagen Touareg four times, this is what would get: a small cross-over vehicle. Its name is T-Cross and is based on the scalable MQB platform that can be found in the Polo, Golf, Jetta or Tiguan. Just to name a few, from Volkswagen. Its small exterior dimensions help it to find a parking spot easier. The bigger ground clearance will not make a curve vanish.

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Touareg (2018 - present)

The third generation of the biggest Volkswagen SUV was introduced in 2018 and it was a major improvement over its predecessors. It was not a mass-market vehicle anymore. The German car-maker built the third generation on the same platform with the rest of the big SUVs from the group: Audi Q7, Bentley Bentayga, Porsche Cayenne, and Lamborghini Urus.

Touareg 3.0L TSI V6 8AT AWD (340 HP)

Touareg 3.0L TDI SCR V6 8AT AWD (234 HP) | Touareg 3.0L TDI SCR V6 8AT AWD (286 HP) | Touareg 4.0L TDI V8 8AT AWD (421 HP)

Touareg (367 HP)

Up! GTI (2018 - present)

When a bunch of engineers is trying to implant the most powerful engine into the smallest car of the company, this is what you get: the up! GTI. The 2018 up! GTI was a resemblance of the original Golf GTI from 1976. It might as well be the born year for some of the engineers that worked on the project, or to some of their parents.

Atlas Cross SPort (2019 - present)

Copying a page from some of its more premium rivals's books, like BMW and Mercedes-Benz, the Volkswagen Group has started a new "Coupe-SUV" offensive with most of its brands, including Volkswagen. This is how the brand-new Atlas Cross Sport came to be, the first VW of its kind in this highly coveted segment.

e-UP (2019 - present)

In production relatively unchanged since 2013, the Volkswagen e-Up! received a rather substantial mid-cycle facelift in 2019. Part of a multi-billion euros electric vehicle offensive that also includes all-new cars from the ID. lineup, the refreshed e-Up! features a brand new battery, which offers increased range, and an even more competitive price compared to its predecessor.

e-UP! 32.3 KWh (83 HP)

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Golf VIII 5-door (2019 - present)

Volkswagen had been producing the Golf VII for 5 years now, and the Golf VIII is a very important model. It shares the same chassis with its older brother, and we could say that the Golf VIII’s interior looks pretty avant-garde, having two large touchscreens. They can be used with gesture controls as well. The rather clean design has no physical buttons and is equipped with touch-sensitive surface sensors.

Golf VIII 5 Doors 1.0L TSI (6MT (90 HP) | Golf VIII 5 Doors 1.0L TSI 6MT (110 HP) | Golf VIII 5 Doors 1.5L TSI 6MT (130 HP) | Golf VIII 5 Doors 1.5L TSI 6MT (150 HP)

Golf VIII 5 Doors 2.0L TDI 6MT (115 HP) | Golf VIII 5 Doors 2.0L TDI 7AT (150 HP)

Golf VIII 5 Doors 1.0L eTSI 7AT (110 HP) | Golf VIII 5 Doors 1.4L TSI 6AT (204 HP) | Golf VIII 5 Doors 1.4L TSI 6AT (245 HP) | Golf VIII 5 Doors 1.5L eTSI 7AT (130 HP) | Golf VIII 5 Doors 1.5L eTSI 7AT (150 HP)

Passat (2019 - present)

With no less than 30 million Passat models having spawned from Wolfsburg and over 7 generations of the nameplate creating its own legen, the eighth iteration of the model in mid-cycle facelift guise was unveiled in 2019. Thanks to a cornucopia of technology added to the model, most of the new features trickled down from some of the more premium car brands.

Passat 1.5L TSI 6MT (150 HP) | Passat 1.5L TSI 7AT (150 HP)

Passat 1.6L TDI 7AT (120 HP) | Passat 2.0L TDI 6MT (150 HP) | Passat 2.0L TDI Evo 7AT (150 HP)

Passat US (2019 - present)

The Volkswagen Passat (US version) was first introduced in 1992 and today is now one of the most popular cars available. The 2020 Volkswagen Passat comes with a 2.0-liter engine that develops 174 HP and 207 lb-ft of torque, and 6-speed automatic Tiptronic gearbox. The power is taken to the front wheels via the 6-speed automatic Tiptronic transmission.

Passat (US) 2.0L TSI 6AT (174 HP)

Passat Alltrack (2019 - present)

With over 30 million Passat models manufactured over the span of 7 generations, the mid-cycle facelift of the eighth iteration of the nameplate in station wagon Alltrack guise was unveiled in 2019, alongside the other members of the Passat family. Just like its platform brothers, the revamped Passat Alltrack has received a cornucopia of technology, most of it having trickled down.

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Passat GTE (2019 - present)

Just like the pre-facelift version, the refreshed 2019 Volkswagen Passat GTE is based on the standard Passat sedan and is the second of it's kind to be powered by a plug-in hybrid system, offering over 1,000 km of total driving range. After no less than 30 million Passat models have been produced over the span of 7 generations, the eighth iteration of the nameplate in GTE guise was unveiled.

Passat Variant (2019 - present)

After no less than 30 million Passat models have been produced over the span of 7 generations, the eighth iteration of the nameplate in Variant guise was unveiled in 2019. Thanks to a cornucopia of technology infused in the model, most of it having trickled down from some of the more expensive car brands under the Volkswagen Group umbrella, the eighth generation of the Volkswagen Passat.

Passat Variant GTE (2019 - present)

With over 30 million Passats manufactured over the span of seven distinct generations, the eighth iteration of the nameplate in plug-in hybrid Variant GTE guise was unveiled in 2019 alongside other versions of the mid-sized model. With tons of features infused in the revamped model, most of it having been borrowed from the more premium car brands under the Volkswagen Group umbrella.

Passat Variant GTE 1.4L TSI 6AT AWD (156 HP)

T-Roc Cabriolet (2019 - present)

SUV-cabriolets are not a new thing on the market. Nissan tried with the Murano and Range Rover with the Evoque. None of them were successful. But Volkswagen believes that it can succeed and launch the T-Roc Cabriolet in 2019. The sub-compact SUV from Volkswagen is positioned under Tiguan and above T-Cross. The 4.26 m (13.9 ft) vehicle has two doors and a canvas roof.

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Atlas (2020 - present)

The Volkswagen Atlas is a mid-size SUV that was first produced in 2017. The refreshed Atlas is available in 2 gasoline versions, the first one with a 235 hp four-cylinder turbocharged and direct-injection, and the second one with a 276 hp v6 engine. Both engines are connected to an eight-speed automatic gearbox. The next generation of the Car-Net telematics system is included.

Atlas 2.0L TSI 8AT (235 HP) | Atlas 3.6L V6 8AT (276 HP) | Atlas 3.6L V6 8AT AWD 4MOTION (276 HP)

Arteon (2020 - present)

Volkswagen introduced a facelifted version for its four-door coupe in 2020. The refreshed version featured different engines and an upgraded interior. Usually, when a car receives a facelift, most of its parts are the same, and only some minor external and internal details are changed. It was not the same situation as the Arteon facelift.

Arteon 2.0L TSI 4MOTION 8AT AWD (268 HP) | Arteon R 2.0L 8AT AWD (218 HP)

Arteon Shooting Brake (2020 - present)

The four-door coupe Volkswagen Arteon received a facelift in 2020 and, along with that, a shooting-brake version as well. Usually, when a car receives a facelift, most of its parts are the same, and only some minor external and internal details are changed. It was not the same situation as the Arteon facelift. Volkswagen decided to give it a station-wagon shape.

Arteon Shooting Brake R (2020 - present)

Volkswagen introduced the Arteon Shooting-brake in 2020, along with the face-lifted version of the 2017 model. The Arteon Shooting-brake R was the most powerful version in the Arteon range, and it had to show it. A more muscular appearance and an aggressive styling made this range the best-looking in the Volkswagen stable.

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Golf Alltrack (2020 - present)

Based on the station-wagon version of the Volkswagen Golf VIII, the Alltrack was the lifted and all-wheel-drive version for the well-known German compact vehicle. In the mid-'80s, Volkswagen unveiled one of the first cross-over vehicles on the market. It was known as Golf Country and it was an all-wheel-drive and lifted 5-door Golf. It was not the time and it was not very successful.

Golf Alltrack eTSI 7AT

Golf GTD (2020 - present)

The first Volkswagen Golf GTD came on the market in the '80s. It was the time when people were very happy to see a diesel on the road. Its lower fuel consumption was very convincing. It was 1982 when the first diesel version of the GTI was introduced, wearing the GTD badge. The latest Golf GTD was launched at the same moment as the eighth Golf GTI.

Golf GTD 2.0L TDI SCR 7AT (200 HP)

Golf VIII GTE (2020 - present)

The fastest green Golf was launched at the same moment with its siblings running on gasoline or diesel. The GTE version is a mix of gasoline and electricity, with the same power as the GTI but less noisy and more ecological. Maybe the 2020 GTI generation will be the last performance hot-hatch gasoline from Volkswagen. The connection with the cult-car is made via the GTE.

Golf VIII GTE 1.4L TSI 6AT (245 HP)

Golf GTI (2020-present)

The inventor of the hot-hatch category is back with a new version. Of course, we are talking about the Golf GTI from Volkswagen. It is one of the iconic cars of the automotive industry. Millions and millions of fans around the globe waited for this eighth generation of the GTI. Despite that it's based on the same MQB platform, launched with the third generation of Audi A3 in 2012.

Golf GTI 2.0L TSI 6MT (242 HP) | Golf GTI 2.0L TSI 7AT (242 HP)

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Golf R (2021 - present)

The Golf R reached its fifth generation and all offered sports car performances, with all-wheel-drive traction and aggressive look. Volkswagen was considered the inventor of the hot-hatch category when it introduced the first generation of the Golf GTI. It was a segment that grew and, soon, other carmakers produced various performance vehicles in the segment.

Golf R 2.0L 4MOTION 6MT AWD (315 HP) | Golf R 2.0L 4MOTION 7AT AWD (315 HP)

Golf Variant (2020 - present)

Based on the same MQB platform as the regular, eighth generation, of the Volkswagen Golf, the Variant was the station-wagon version for the well-known German compact car. Ever since the third generation of the Volkswagen Golf, the German car-maker offered its most known product in a family version, with a bigger trunk area.

Golf Variant eTSI 7AT

ID.3 (2020 - present)

Volkswagen's first-ever foray into mass-producing an electric car that was developed with battery power form the ground up and is not just a revamped Golf, the ID.3 is the first product spawned from a multi-billion investment in EV models and factories. Sized similarly to a regular compact car, such as the carmaker's own Golf.

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ID.4 (2020 - present)

The electric revolution made the German carmaker think of a regular vehicle with an electric motor or a completely new range. The ID nameplate was shown on the production model ID3, which was a compact-segment electric vehicle. It was named the "Golf of the electric cars," and soon it got traction on the market. Volkswagen already had a few electric vehicles such as the e-UP!

Nivus (2020 - present)

Volkswagen designed the Nivus for the South American market and Mexico, but it planned to sell it in Eastern Europe. It was an SUV-coupe based on the same platform with the T-Cross. The Nivus hit the market in 2020, and it resembled a few models from the German car-maker stable but was a completely different vehicle. It wasn't just a cut-out from an already existing model.

Tiguan R (2020 - present)

With a lot of experience under its belt regarding performance vehicles, Volkswagen introduced the most potent version of its Golf-based Tiguan model, the R. Along with the 2020 face-lifted version, Volkswagen introduced a new model in the stable: the wild Tiguan R. A 320 hp compact SUV that was able to run among the best hot-hatches on the road and still be able to cope with some mild off-roading.

Tiguan R 2.0L TSI 8AT (184 HP) | Tiguan R 2.0L TSI 8AT (320 HP)

Tiguan R 2.0L TDI 4MOTION 8AT

Touareg R (2020-present)

The Touareg's flagship is the R version, which also becomes the most powerful plug-in hybrid in Volkswagen's range. The combined output is 462 hp, obtained from a combination of a turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 and a 100 kW electric motor. The combined torque is 700 Nm (516 lb ft). A 14.1 kWh lithium-ion battery stores the energy needed for the electric motor.

Discontinued Models

Golf I 3 Door (1974 - 1983)

While the Italian and the French carmakers were enjoying great success with their Fiat 124 and the Peugeot 504, Volkswagen was stuck with the already dated Beetle. Thus, the German carmaker was in great need of a new product to replace the famous people’s car. 

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Golf I 5-door (1974 - 1983)

While the Italian and the French carmakers were enjoying great success with their Fiat 124 and the Peugeot 504, Volkswagen was stuck with the already dated Beetle. Thus, the German carmaker was in great need of a new product to replace the famous people’s car. Different prototypes were produced starting with early 1950s, but only one of the development projects was considered the basis.

Golf I (5 Doors) 1.1L 4MT (50 HP) | Golf I (5 Doors) 1.3L 4MT (60 HP) | Golf I (5 Doors) 1.5L 4MT (70 HP)

Golf I (5 Doors) 1.6L 4AT (54 HP)

Passat Variant (1974 - 1981)

In 1973, Volkswagen launched the first generation of the Passat. At first, it showed only the sedan with four-doors and the liftback with three and five doors. One year later, a station wagon version appeared. From the mechanical point of view it was just like an Audi 80, but with a different badge and not the same options. It was intended to be a car for the masses, just like the carmaker.

Golf I GTI (1976 - 1983)

Golf I GTI (1976-1983): The Golf GTI was the Golf that shouldn't exist, but since a team secretly developed it and impressed the VW management, they gave it the OK and changed the Golf forever. Technically speaking, the Golf GTI was not the first hot-hatch globally, but it was the first that enjoyed huge success.

Golf I GTI 1.6L 3AT (110 HP) | Golf I GTI 1.6L 3AT (110 HP) | Golf I GTI 1.8L 3AT (112 HP) | Golf I GTI 1.8L 4MT (112 HP)

Scirocco (1977 - 1981)

Volkswagen Scirocco is an automobile manufactured by Volkswagen between 1974 and 1992, the project being restarted in 2008 with a brand new model. Scirocco is the successor of Volkswagen Karmann Ghia and the predecessor of Volkswagen Corrado. The design of the first version of Scirocco was made by Giorgetto Giugiaro, a famous Italian designer who also worked for Lamborghini, Ferrari, Ducati.

Passat (1981 - 1988)

Volkswagen introduced the second generation of the Passat in 1981, and it showed a clear upgrade over the Golf lineup and a closer approach to the mid-size segment. While its predecessor was no match for Fiat, Renault, or Citroen, starting with the second generation, it closed the gap with its competitors and, by the end of its career, it managed to overtake them.

Passat 1.3L 4MT (60 HP) | Passat 1.6L 4MT (72 HP) | Passat 1.6L 4MT (75 HP) | Passat 1.8i 5MT (90 HP) | Passat 1.8L 5MT (90 HP) | Passat 2.0L 5MT (115 HP) | Passat 2.2L 5MT (115 HP)

Passat 1.6 D 4MT (54 HP) | Passat 1.6 TD 5MT (69 HP)

Passat Variant (1981 - 1988)

The second generation of the Passat made its appearance in 1981, and it was available in three body-shapes: sedan, hatchback, and station wagon. While the first generation was a shy temptation to open the doors for a new era, the second generation of the Passat established the vehicle's place on the market dominated by French and Italian carmakers. It was also known as the Passat B2.

Scirocco (1981 - 1991)

The second generation of Volkswagen Scirocco was officially launched in 1982 when the German auto manufacturer came out with an improved version of the previous model. No less than 291,497 units of this generation were produced in approximately 7 years, between 1982 and 1989.

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Golf II 3 Door (1983 - 1992)

The 1983 version of Volkswagen Golf is actually the second generation of the vehicle which was mostly based on the first edition of the car but also came with a couple of new features. Generally, the new model of Volkswagen Golf had a more rounded shape than its predecessor, both the interior and the exterior being slightly changed.

Golf II 5-door (1983 - 1992)

The second generation of Volkswagen Golf was officially introduced in 1983 when the German auto manufacturer launched a new model of this vehicle. Although based on the first version of the car, the new Golf had multiple new features. Overall, the second generation of the Golf got rounded and new elements were introduced in both exterior and interior.

Golf II 5 Doors 1.3L 4MT (55 HP) | Golf II 5 Doors 1.6L 4MT (75 HP) | Golf II 5 Doors 1.8 5MT (90 HP)

Golf II 5 Doors 1.6 D 5MT (54 HP) | Golf II 5 Doors 1.6 TD 5MT (69 HP)

Golf II GTI 3-doors (1984 - 1992)

Born in 1984, the Volkswagen Golf II GTI received multiple awards that underline the success this new model had on the market. However, lots of people say that the first GTI is by far better than the second generation, probably due to the powerful rivals including Peugeot 205 GTI. Getting back to the awards, the Golf II GTI was named the Car of the Year 1985 by the Motor Trend magazine.

Golf II GTI 3 Doors 1.8L 5MT (107 HP) | Golf II GTI 3 Doors 1.8L 5MT (112 HP) | Golf II GTI 3 Doors 1.8L 5MT (129 HP) | Golf II GTI 3 Doors G60 5MT (160 HP)

Passat (1988 - 1993)

The third generation of Volkswagen Passat was officially introduced in 1988 when the German car manufacturer rolled out a refreshed version of the model. Although the Europeans got the new Passat in 1988, the car arrived in North America in 1990 while the South American market received it in 1995. Even if it was based on the B3 platform, just like Volkswagen Corrado.

Passat 1.6L 5MT (72 HP) | Passat 1.8 G60 5MT (120 HP) | Passat 1.8L 5MT (107 HP) | Passat 1.8L 5MT (75 HP) | Passat 1.8L 5MT (90 HP) | Passat 2.0 5MT (116 HP) | Passat 2.0 5MT (136 HP) | Passat 2.8 V6 5MT (174 HP)

Passat 1.6 TD 5MT (80 HP) | Passat 1.9d 5MT (68 HP) | Passat 1.9d 5MT (75 HP) | Passat 2.8 V6 4AT (174 HP)

Passat Variant (1988 - 1993)

Just like the previous versions of Passat Variant, the 1988 model received all the improvements installed on the sedan edition, which actually represented the third version of Volkswagen Passat. It's interesting to note that the German car manufacturer attempted to bring a fresh new design to the vehicle so it changed the front, removing the grille and redesigning the headlights.

Golf III 3 Door (1991 - 1997)

The third generation of the Golf brought the first European Car of The Year award for Volkswagen and confirmed its status on the market. After two decades since the first generation rolled-down from the assembly lines, Volkswagen introduced a third generation for the Golf. It was already a mature vehicle, available in four body styles: three- and five-doors, convertible, and station wagon.

Golf III 5-door (1992 - 1997)

The 1992 version of Golf III is actually the third generation of Volkswagen Golf which was kept in production until mid-year 1999. This new edition of the vehicle comes with only slight improvements from the previous version but also with new engines which could help the car reach higher performance than it. For example, the Golf III has a new TDI diesel engine which is the first of its type.

Golf III 5 Doors 1.4L 5MT (60 HP) | Golf III 5 Doors 1.6L 5MT (100 HP) | Golf III 5 Doors 1.6L 5MT (75 HP) | Golf III 5 Doors 1.8L 5MT (75 HP) | Golf III 5 Doors 1.8L 5MT (90 HP) | Golf III 5 Doors 2.0L 5MT (115 HP) | Golf III 5 Doors 2.8L V6 VR6 5MT (174 HP) | Golf III 5 Doors 2.9L VR6 Syncro 5MT (190 HP)

Golf III 5 Doors 1.9L D 5MT (64 HP) | Golf III 5 Doors 1.9L SDI 5MT (64 HP) | Golf III 5 Doors 1.9L TD 5MT (75 HP) | Golf III 5 Doors 1.9L TDI 5MT (110 HP) | Golf III 5 Doors 1.9L TDI 5MT (90 HP)

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Golf III GTI (1992 - 1997)

It was the last naturally aspirated Golf GTI, but it wasn't as special for its era as its predecessors were in their times. When Volkswagen introduced the third generation of the Golf, its fans were stunned, but not in appreciations. The car featured a completely different styling, and the top version was just slightly quicker than the older Golf II GTI.

Golf III GTI 2.0L 5MT (115 HP) | Golf III GTI 2.0L 5MT (150 HP)

Jetta (1992 - 1998)

The 1992 version of Volkswagen Vento is actually the third generation of Volkswagen Jetta, a vehicle which was first manufactured by the German company in 1979. Although it was already known as Jetta, Volkswagen decided to market the car model as Vento in Europe, but it continued to use the Jetta name in the North American market.

Golf III Variant (1993 - 1999)

Volkswagen introduced the third generation of the Golf in 1991, and it took it two years to decide and launch it as a station wagon as well. The Golf was already a cult car after millions of cars produced from the first two generations. As a result, every fan awaited the new generation. While some were happy with the change, others said that it's not the same Golf anymore.

Golf III Variant 1.4L 5MT (60 HP) | Golf III Variant 1.6L 5MT (100 HP) | Golf III Variant 1.8L 5MT (75 HP) | Golf III Variant 1.8L 5MT (90 HP) | Golf III Variant 2.0L 5MT (115 HP) | Golf III Variant 2.9L VR6 Syncro 5MT (190 HP)

Golf III Variant 1.9L D 5MT (64 HP) | Golf III Variant 1.9L SDI 5MT (64 HP) | Golf III Variant 1.9L TD 5MT (75 HP) | Golf III Variant 1.9L TDI 5MT (110 HP) | Golf III Variant 1.9L TDI 5MT (90 HP)

Passat (1993 - 1996)

The 1993 Passat represented the fourth generation of a vehicle which recorded an impressive success since it was first released in 1973. If the previous Passat model didn't come with a front grille, this new vehicle re-introduced it, probably as a Volkswagen attempt to match the car's design with the other four generations of automobiles.

Passat 1.8 5MT (75 HP) | Passat 1.8 5MT (90 HP) | Passat 2.0 4AT (116 HP) | Passat 2.0 4AT (150 HP) | Passat 2.0 5MT (150 HP) | Passat 2.0 5MT AWD (116 HP) | Passat 2.8 VR6 4AT (174 HP) | Passat 2.8 VR6 5MT (174 HP)

Passat 1.9 TD 5MT (75 HP) | Passat 1.9 TDI 5MT (110 HP) | Passat 1.9 TDI 5MT (90 HP)

Passat Variant (1993 - 1997)

Back in 1993, Volkswagen launched the fourth version of Passat, a new generation of the popular car which was now available in two body styles, a 4-door sedan and a 5-door estate. Just like the sedan version, the 1993 Volkswagen Passat Variant reintroduced the front grille, a design element that was removed in the third generation in order to get a more modern look on Passat.

Polo 5 Door (1994 - 1999)

The Polo nameplate had been around ever since 1975 and was sold worldwide in a hatchback, sedan or estate version. The third-generation Polo or the Mark III was unveiled to the public in 1994 and was a completely new model built on an all-new platform shared with the Seat Ibiza. The new platform used the previous generation’s floorpan and many other mechanical parts.

Passat Variant (1995 - 2000)

Launched in 1996 and manufactured until 2006, the fifth generation of Volkswagen Passat came with two body versions, a 4-door sedan and a 5-door wagon, both of them developed on the Volkswagen B5 platform. Similar to the previous versions of the Volkswagen Variant, this new model was a more spacious car than the sedan version.

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Passat (1996 - 2000)

The fifth generation of Volkswagen Passat was officially unveiled in 1996 when the German carmaker Volkswagen rolled out a new sedan version of the popular model. Although it was presented to the European public in 1996, it only arrived in North America in 1998. What's interesting is that the car is based on the same platform as Audi A4.

Passat 1.6 5MT (100 HP) | Passat 1.8 5MT (125 HP) | Passat 1.8 Turbo 5MT (150 HP) | Passat 2.3 VR5 5MT (150 HP) | Passat 2.8 V6 5AT AWD (180 HP) | Passat 2.8 V6 5MT AWD (180 HP) | Passat 2.8 V6 5MT AWD (193 HP)

Passat 1.9 TDI (115 HP) | Passat 1.9 TDI 5MT (110 HP) | Passat 1.9 TDI 5MT (90 HP) | Passat 2.5 TDI 6MT (150 HP)

Polo Classic (1996 - 1998)

Volkswagen had to adapt and produce something for its new customers, and the Polo Sedan was a perfect solution. While the West-European customers were not interested in small-class sedan vehicles, the East-Europeans were very attracted to those types of sedans.

Sharan (1996 - 2000)

Volkswagen Sharan is a car model manufactured as a result of a joint venture between Volkswagen Group and Ford of Europe, the vehicle being assembled at the Autoeuropa factory in Palmela, Portugal. What's interesting is that the Sharan is not sold in the United States and Canada, initially due to an agreement between the two partners to avoid introducing a rival for Ford Aerostar.

Golf IV 3 Door (1997 - 2003)

Volkswagen introduced the fourth generation of the Golf in late 1997, and it was available as a hatchback or station wagon. Its open-top version was, in fact, a Golf MK III with an MK IV face. Since the beginning of the Golf saga, the 3-doors version was the one to be looked after. The German carmaker addressed it to the younger generation, and it had to stay that way.

Golf IV 5-door (1997 - 2003)

Volkswagen introduced the fourth generation of the Golf as more of an evolution than a revolution to its compact hatchback family. The Golf's third generation was received with mixed feelings by its fans since it was the first to sports a different shape with rounded corners and a softened look. But Volkswagen was right, and its sales exceeded the second generation.

Golf IV 5 doors 1.4L 5MT (75 HP) | Golf IV 5 doors 1.6L 5AT (100 HP) | Golf IV 5 doors 1.6L 5MT (105 HP) | Golf IV 5 doors 1.6L FSI 5MT (110 HP) | Golf IV 5 doors 1.8L 5MT (125 HP) | Golf IV 5 doors 1.8L Turbo 5MT (150 HP) | Golf IV 5 doors 2.0L 5MT (155 HP) | Golf IV 5 doors 2.3L V5 5MT (150 HP) | Golf IV 5 doors 2.8L V6 6MT (204 HP)

Golf IV 5 doors 1.9L SDI 5MT (68 HP) | Golf IV 5 doors 1.9L TDI 5MT (100 HP) | Golf IV 5 doors 1.9L TDI 5MT (110 HP) | Golf IV 5 doors 1.9L TDI 5MT (90 HP) | Golf IV 5 doors 1.9L TDI 6MT (115 HP) | Golf IV 5 doors 1.9L TDI 6MT (130 HP) | Golf IV 5 doors 1.9L TDI 6MT (150 HP)

Golf IV Variant (1999 - 2006)

First introduced in 1999 and part of the fourth generation of Volkswagen Golf, the Golf IV Variant was only assembled at the Volkswagen factory located in Wolfsburg, Germany. Equipped with a large number of engine versions, such as the 1.4-liter 16V, 1.8-liter turbocharged, or the 1.9 liter TDI, this vehicle was kept in production until 2006 when Volkswagen rolled out an upgraded model.

Golf IV Variant 1.4L 5MT (75 HP) | Golf IV Variant 1.6L 5MT (100 HP) | Golf IV Variant 1.6L 5MT (105 HP) | Golf IV Variant 1.6L FSI 5MT (110 HP) | Golf IV Variant 2.0L 5MT (115 HP)

Golf IV Variant 1.9L SDI 5MT (68 HP) | Golf IV Variant 1.9L TDI 5MT (100 HP) | Golf IV Variant 1.9L TDI 5MT (110 HP) | Golf IV Variant 1.9L TDI 5MT (90 HP) | Golf IV Variant 1.9L TDI 6MT (115 HP) | Golf IV Variant 1.9L TDI 6MT (130 HP)

Polo 5 Door (1999 - 2001)

Sometimes a facelift brings some minor changes that can be noticed only by advised experts. For some others, the modifications are so big that you can barely call that car a facelift. The facelifted version for the third generation of the Polo is a mix of two. From the outside, it is hard to tell the differences. But Volkswagen claimed that up to 70% of the car was new.

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Passat (2000 - 2005)

Based on the Volkswagen B5 platform, the face-lifted Volkswagen Passat was improved with a couple of elements that improved both the performance and the appearance of the car. Besides the projector optic headlights and the tail-lights, the German car manufacturer added in 2002 a 4-liter engine that produced no less than 275 horsepower.

Passat 1.6 5MT (102 HP) | Passat 1.8 Turbo 5MT (150 HP) | Passat 2.0 5MT (115 HP) | Passat 2.0 5MT (130 HP) | Passat 2.3 V5 5MT (170 HP) | Passat 2.8 V6 5MT (193 HP) | Passat 4.0 W8 6MT (275 HP)

Passat 1.9 TDI 5MT (100 HP) | Passat 1.9 TDI 5MT (130 HP) | Passat 2.5 TDI V6 6MT (150 HP) | Passat 2.5 TDI V6 6MT (163 HP) | Passat 2.5 TDI V6 6MT AWD (180 HP)

Passat Variant (2000 - 2005)

Together with the sedan version, the Variant version of Volkswagen Passat got face-lifted in 2000, receiving a couple of new features which improved both the performance and the appearance of the vehicles. Besides the bumpers, the tail-lights and the brand new projector optic headlights, the German car manufacturer introduced a new 4-liter engine that produced no less than 275 horsepower.

Sharan (2000 - 2010)

The second model of Volkswagen Sharan was officially launched in 2000, being actually an upgraded edition of the first version of the car. However, in order to match it with the new Volkswagen design line, the German manufacturer extended the wheelbase by 0.2 inches and added a couple of new features that would improve the performance, safety and comfort provided by the vehicle.

Polo 5 Door (2001 - 2005)

In 2001, Volkswagen introduced the fourth generation of its small-sized contender, the Polo. And it wasn't that small anymore. The 2001 Polo was bigger than its predecessor. It was longer even than the first generation of its bigger sibling, the Volkswagen Golf. The increase in size and features made the little Polo a better alternative for other established compact-segment vehicles.

Golf IV R32 (2002 - 2004)

Back in 2002, the German car manufacturer Volkswagen unveiled at the international car show in Madrid the most powerful Golf ever created. Codenamed R32, the car was equipped with a 3.2-liter V6 engine which provides higher performance than any other vehicle in the Golf series. Since it was so special, it came with multiple exclusive parts, most of them installed in the interior.

VOLKSWAGEN Golf IV R32 3.2 V6

Touareg (2002 - 2007)

The first generation of the Volkswagen Touareg was shown at the Paris Motor Show in September 2002 and its appearance shook the world. A brand with almost no off-road experience attacked the traditional off-road car-makers market. The first generation of the Touareg had a shy start. The car was over-engineered to withstand the tortures and the criticism of the 4x4 buyers.

Touareg 3.2L V6 6MT (220 HP) | Touareg 4.2L V8 6AT (310 HP) | Touareg 6.0L W12 6MT (450 HP)

Touareg 2.5L TDI 6MT (175 HP) | Touareg 3.0L V6 TDI 6AT (225 HP) | Touareg 5.0L V10 TDI 6AT (333 HP)

Golf V 3-door (2003 - 2008)

The Golf stormed the 2003 Frankfurt Motor Show doors in two body-shapes, ending the six-year production period of its predecessor. While its five-door sibling was most wanted as fleet cars and young families, the three-door model was the most expected version by those who didn't really need rear seats other than a temporary storage area.

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Golf V 5-door (2003 - 2008)

Volkswagen introduced the fifth Golf generation in 2003, replacing the older MK 4 lineup, and it stayed on the market just six years before being replaced by its successor, the Golf MK 6. The Golf might be the best-known Volkswagen globally. Apart from the U.S. market, where it was sold under Rabbit name, the rest of the world received the Golf nameplate.

Golf V 5 Doors 1.4L 5MT (75 HP) | Golf V 5 Doors 1.4L FSI 5MT (90 HP) | Golf V 5 Doors 1.4L TSI 6MT (122 HP) | Golf V 5 Doors 1.4L TSI 6MT (140 HP) | Golf V 5 Doors 1.4L TSI 6MT (170 HP) | Golf V 5 Doors 1.6L 5MT (75 HP) | Golf V 5 Doors 1.6L FSI 6MT (115 HP) | Golf V 5 Doors 2.0L FSI 6MT (150 HP)

Golf V 5 Doors 1.9L TDI 5MT (105 HP) | Golf V 5 Doors 1.9L TDI 5MT (90 HP) | Golf V 5 Doors 2.0L SDI 5MT (75 HP) | Golf V 5 Doors 2.0L TDI 6MT (140 HP) | Golf V 5 Doors 2.0L TDI 6MT (170 HP)

Touran (2003 - 2006)

The Volkswagen Touran is a medium MPV launched by Volkswagen in 2003 and only sold in Europe. However, in other markets such as Japan, the 5-door MPV is known as the Volkswagen Golf Touran, mostly due to the fact that it is based on the same platform as Volkswagen Golf, sharing a lot of parts, including the suspension system, with this popular model of the German company.

Golf V GTI 3-door (2004 - 2008)

The first Golf V GTI concept was unveiled in 2003 at the Frankfurt Motor Show while the first production model was presented one year later in September at the Mondial de l'Automobile in Paris. The GTI version of Volkswagen Golf is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine which can produce no less than 200 horsepower, is also equipped with a DSG gearbox.

Golf V GTI 3 Doors 2.0L TFSI 6MT (200 HP) | Golf V GTI 3 Doors 2.0L TFSI 6MT (230 HP)

Golf V GTI 5-doors (2004 - 2008)

Volkswagen introduced the Golf's fifth generation on the market in 2003, and, in the following year, the carmaker brought the most-wanted version: the GTI. The first generation of the Golf used the GTI version for its sportiest version. Later on, the carmaker introduced special versions such as the R32, which offered more power. But the GTI badge remained the most respectable.

Golf V GTI 5 Doors 2.0L TFSI 6MT (200 HP)

Polofun (2004 - 2005)

Volkswagen Polo has always been a small car so off-road capabilities are practically inexistent. Because of that, going off-road or traveling with the Polo could prove to be more difficult than you would expect. That's why Volkswagen rolled out Polo Fun, a small off-road-like version of the basic Polo which, although it looks like a crossover, it lacks some important features that make it such.

Golf V R32  3-door (2005 - 2008)

The R32 is the most powerful version of Volkswagen Golf ever created by the German car manufacturer, being equipped with an engine that develops 250 horsepower. This means that the 2005 version of the car can reach a maximum speed of 250 km/h, accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in no less than 6.2 seconds if equipped with a dual-clutch gearbox. 

Golf V R32 3 Doors 3.2 V6

Golf V R32 5-door (2005-2008)

Volkswagen tried a different approach to the hot-hatch market and introduced the R32 in the fourth generation of the Golf's lineup in 2002, and did it again on the fifth generation in 2005. The German carmaker is often credited as the inventor of the hot-hatch segment with the first Golf GTI. But with more and more competitors in that niche-market, it had to come with new ideas.

Golf V R32 5 Doors 3.2 V6

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Jetta (2005 - 2011)

The Jetta reached its 5th generation when it was launched in 2005. The first Jetta ever built saw the light in 1979. The Jetta was unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show and with the new launch, Volkswagen decided to sell the model worldwide under the nameplate of Jetta, rather than the different nameplates that were given for different markets (Bora in Mexico, Sagitar in China and Vento.

Passat (2005 - 2010)

 The first Passat generation was launched back in 1973 and it was designed by the famous Giorgetto Giugiaro. In 2005, the Passat was already at its 6th generation at it was revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in March. While the large sedan wasn’t exactly included in the upmarket class, It would differentiate a lot from the mainstream ones.

Passat 1.6 5MT (102 HP) | Passat 1.6 FSI 6MT (115 HP) | Passat 2.0 FSI 6MT (150 HP) | Passat 2.0 Turbo FSI 6MT (200 HP) | Passat 3.2 V6 FSI 4Motion

Passat 1.9 TDI 5MT (105 HP) | Passat 2.0 TDI 6MT (140 HP) | Passat 2.0 TDI 6MT (170 HP)

Passat Variant (2005 - 2010)

The last version of Volkswagen Passat was officially launched in 2005, being still in production nowadays in three versions: a 4-door sedan, a 5-door wagon and a 4-door coupe. This new generation of the vehicle was first unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2005, being released to the public the same year during summer. The Variant edition obviously adopts the same design.

Polo 5 Door (2005 - 2008)

The last generation of Volkswagen Polo, which was available in two hatchback versions, with 3 and 5 doors respectively, was officially introduced to the general public in 2005. The new Polos came with a new design made by Walter de'Silva, a famous designer who also worked for Seat and Alfa Romeo. Equipped with headlights similar to the ones installed on Passat.

Polo GTI (2005 - 2008)

The 2005 version of Volkswagen Polo GTI was equipped with a 1.8-liter engine developing 150 horsepower, an engine that was also installed on Volkswagen Golf GTI and Audi A6. However, the German manufacturer Volkswagen didn't make available xenon headlights, not even as optional equipment, a fact that attracted the criticism of possible buyers.

Crosspolo (2006 - 2009)

Back in 2006, when Volkswagen launched the CrossPolo, the company's main intention was to introduce an advanced model which could attract at least as many praises as its predecessor, Polo Fun. The CrossPolo mostly differs through its higher ground clearance, bigger wheels, and the plastic cladding on the lower of its body. The model was available in five engine versions.

Touran (2006 - 2010)

The second version of Volkswagen Touran is actually a facelifted version of the first model of the medium MPV. This new model was first unveiled at the 2006 version of the Paris Motor Show. Although it received a couple of improvements, the most important addition is the implementation of the ParkAssist technology which helps the vehicle park automatically.

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Crossgolf (2007 - 2010)

The 2007 Volkswagen CrossGolf is a vehicle specially created by the German automaker for the European market with no North American version announced. It was introduced at the 2006 Paris Motor Show and is basically a Golf Plus with crossover body elements and higher ground clearance. Despite its tough looks, the model was only available in a front-wheel-drive configuration.

CrossGolf 1.4L TSI 6AT (140 HP) | CrossGolf 1.4L TSI 6MT (140 HP) | CrossGolf 1.6L 5MT (102 HP)

CrossGolf 1.9L TDI 5MT (105 HP) | CrossGolf 1.9L TDI 7AT (105 HP) | CrossGolf 2.0L TDI 6AT (140 HP) | CrossGolf 2.0L TDI 6MT (140 HP)

Cross Touran (2007 - 2010)

The CrossTouran is another member of the Cross family which belongs to Volkswagen and which also includes CrossPolo and CrossGolf. The new rugged version of the popular van was first unveiled at the 30th edition of the Bologna Motor Show and was launched on the European market in the spring of 2007.

Golf V Variant / Jetta Sportwagon (2007 - 2014)

Volkswagen launched the Golf Variant (station-wagon) at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show. It was an expected member of the family. Some might said it was an awaited version. While the market trend started to switch from MPV to crossover and SUVs, Volkswagen and other carmakers still insisted on the station wagon market as a true alternative, and that was a correct assumption.

Golf V Variant / Jetta Sportwagon 1.4L 5MT (80 HP) | Golf V Variant / Jetta Sportwagon 1.4L TSI 6MT (122 HP) | Golf V Variant / Jetta Sportwagon 1.4L TSI 6MT (140 HP) | Golf V Variant / Jetta Sportwagon 1.4L TSI 6MT (170 HP) | Golf V Variant / Jetta Sportwagon 1.6L 5MT (102 HP) | Golf V Variant / Jetta Sportwagon 2.5L 5MT (170 HP) | Golf V Variant / Jetta Sportwagon 2.5L 6AT (170 HP)

Golf V Variant / Jetta Sportwagon 1.9L TDI 5MT (105 HP) | Golf V Variant / Jetta Sportwagon 2.0L TDI 6AT (140 HP) | Golf V Variant / Jetta Sportwagon 2.0L TDI 6MT (140 HP)

Touareg (2007 - 2010)

The first generation of the Volkswagen Touareg was launched in 2002 and it was a surprise for the market since the German carmaker didn't have experience in the 4x4 segment. In 2007 it introduced a facelift. The face-lifted version of the Touareg was unveiled at the 2006 Paris Motor Show and it came to correct some of the mistakes made by the manufacturer in the first model.

Touareg 3.6L V6 FSI 6AT (280 HP) | Touareg 4.2L V8 FSI 6AT (345 HP)

Touareg 2.5L TDI R5 6MT (174 HP) | Touareg 3.0L V6 TDI 6MT (225 HP) | Touareg 5.0L V10 TDI 6AT (310 HP)

Gol (2008 - 2014)

Volkswagen designed the Gol, especially for specific markets, with specific demands and, most important, lower prices. The first generation of the Gol was introduced in 1980 in Brazil, and it was built on a specific platform, which was not used on any other Volkswagen. Fast forward to 2008, and the Gol reached its third generation.

Golf VI 3 Door (2008 - 2012)

The sixth generation of the Golf was introduced in 2008 in both forms, as a 3- or 5-door hatchback. While it resembled some design cues from its predecessor, it was a completely new car. As Mr. Walter de Silva, head of design stated, the challenge was “to create an iconic car for the future”. The Italian was put in charge of the Volkswagen design department in February 2007.

Golf VI 5-doors (2008 - 2012)

Volkswagen launched the 6th generation Golf in 2008, aiming to renew their model lineup in the compact car range. Although presenting almost the same exterior lines as its front-runner, the Golf V, this new model was equipped with optional dual-clutch transmission (DSG) - except for the entry-level versions - and common rail technology for the 2.0 TDI unit, also a first for the Golf model range.

Golf VI 5 Doors 1.4L 16V 5MT (80 HP) | Golf VI 5 Doors 1.4L TSI 6MT (122 HP) | Golf VI 5 Doors 1.4L TSI 6MT (160 HP) | Golf VI 5 Doors 1.6L 5MT (102 HP)

Golf VI 5 Doors 2.0L TDI 5MT (110 HP) | Golf VI 5 Doors 2.0L TDI 6MT (140 HP)

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Golf GTI 3-doors (2008 - 2013)

Member of the sixth generation Volkswagen Golf, the 2008 GTI is said to arrive at authorized US and Canadian dealerships in September 2009, along with the other versions of the car. This is the first Volkswagen GTI to feature adaptive cruise control, formerly known as ACC, combined with adaptive chassis control (DCC) and 19-inch wheels, all of them available as standard.

Golf GTI 3 Doors 2.0L T-FSI 6AT (200 HP) | Golf GTI 3 Doors 2.0L T-FSI 6MT (200 HP) | Golf GTI 3 Doors 2.0L TSI 6AT (210 HP) | Golf GTI 3 Doors 2.0L TSI 6MT (210 HP) | Golf GTI 3 Doors Edition 35 - 2.0L TSI 6AT (235 HP) | Golf GTI 3 Doors Edition 35 - 2.0L TSI 6MT (235 HP)

Golf GTI 5-doors (2008 - 2013)

Produced in two body configurations, with three and five doors respectively, the new Volkswagen Golf GTI is scheduled to reach VW's authorized dealerships in mid-2009, together with the base models of the car, including the stock Volkswagen Golf VI variants. The new model incorporates Volkswagen's adaptive cruise control and adaptive chassis control (also known as ACC and DCC)

Golf GTI 5 Doors 2.0L T-FSI 6AT (200 HP) | Golf GTI 5 Doors 2.0L T-FSI 6MT (200 HP) | Golf GTI 5 Doors 2.0L TSI 6AT (210 HP) | Golf GTI 5 Doors 2.0L TSI 6MT (210 HP) | Golf GTI 5 Doors Edition 35 - 2.0L TSI 6AT (235 HP) | Golf GTI 5 Doors Edition 35 - 2.0L TSI 6MT (235 HP)

Scirocco (2008 - 2014)

After 34 years, Volkswagen revived the Scirocco name. It was an alternative for the hot-hatch market, with a nicer shape and a better driving experience. It was unveiled at the 2008 Geneva Motor Show. The 2008 Scirocco remained true to the original formula of the first generation Scirocco: two doors, four seats, front-engine, and front-wheel drive.

Tiguan (2008 - 2011)

Due to the high demand for SUV vehicles, Volkswagen launched the compact-sized Tiguan in the autumn of 2007, at the Frankfurt Motor Show. And it was a huge success. Despite the fact that the world surged into an economic crisis soon after the Frankfurt Motor Show, the Tiguan was well received by the market. While some considered it as the little brother of the Touareg.

Tiguan 1.4L TSI 4MOTION 6MT (150 HP) | Tiguan 1.4L TSI 6MT (122 HP) | Tiguan 1.4L TSI 6MT (150 HP) | Tiguan 2.0 TFSI 4MOTION 6MT (200 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TFSI 4MOTION 6AT (170 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TFSI 4MOTION 6AT (200 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TFSI 4MOTION 6MT (170 HP)

Tiguan 2.0L TDI 4MOTION 6AT (140 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TDI 4MOTION 6MT (140 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TDI 4MOTION 6MT (170 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TDI 6MT (110 HP)

Golf GTD 3-door (2009 - 2013)

The Golf GTD was for the diesel hatchbacks that the Golf GTI was for the gasoline version: a sporty car with big appeal to the young people. In the diesel version, it had a better fuel-efficiency. In 2009, Volkswagen introduced the Golf GTD at the Leipzig Auto Mobil International Show. It was shown in both versions, with three and five doors. That was not the first GTD in history. 

Golf GTD 3 Doors 2.0L TDI 6AT (170 HP) | VOLKSWAGEN Golf GTD 3 Doors 2.0L TDI 6MT (170 HP)

Golf GTD 5-door (2009 - 2013)

In 2008, at the Paris Motor Show, Volkswagen unveiled the sixth generation of the Golf. It was a surprising move from the fifth generation, which was on sale for only five years. The sixth-generation was more of a re-work of the fifth generation since it shared the same platform PQ35. In 2009, based on the Mk6, the car-maker launched the Golf GTD.

Golf GTD 5 Doors 2.0L TDI 6AT (170 HP) | Golf GTD 5 Doors 2.0L TDI 6MT (170 HP)

Golf VI R 3-door (2009 - 2013)

The VW Golf VI R was presented by the German automaker at the 2009 Frankfurt IAA. The car will replace the R32 model line and after debating whether Volkswagen should market the car as the Golf R20 or simply Golf R, the latter choice prevailed. In terms of styling, the car retains the Golf VI's design lines with very few aesthetic touches here and there to set it apart.

Golf VI R 3 Doors 2.0 TSI 6AT (270 HP) | Golf VI R 3 Doors 2.0 TSI 6MT (256 HP) | Golf VI R 3 Doors 2.0 TSI 6MT (270 HP)

Volkswagen Golf VI Interior - Car Tender
Golf VI R 5-door (2009 - 2013)

Volkswagen came on the market with the R-version for its Golf range one year after it unveiled the sixth generation of its compact hatchback. The Golf was already a phenomenon, and Volkswagen tried its best to stay ahead of everyone else in the hot-hatch territory. Previously, it had the R32 version, where the number displayed the engine displacement.

Golf VI R 5 Doors 2.0L TSI 6AT (270 HP) | Golf VI R 5 Doors 2.0L TSI 6MT (256 HP) | Golf VI R 5 Doors 2.0L TSI 6MT (270 HP)

Golf VI Variant (2009 - 2013)

 Volkswagen introduced the Golf's sixth-generation at the Paris Motor Show in October 2008, and it was one of the most awaited novelties of the year in the motoring industry. The world economic crisis already claimed its first victims, and the carmakers were struggling to survive, but Volkswagen didn't look too concerned about that.

Golf VI Variant 1.2L TSI 5MT (85 HP) | Golf VI Variant 1.2L TSI 6MT (105 HP) | Golf VI Variant 1.2L TSI 6MT (105 HP) BlueMotion | Golf VI Variant 1.2L TSI 7AT (105 HP) | Golf VI Variant 1.4L 5MT (80 HP) | Golf VI Variant 1.4L TSI 6MT (122 HP) | Golf VI Variant 1.4L TSI 6MT (160 HP) | Golf VI Variant 1.4L TSI 7AT (122 HP) | Golf VI Variant 1.4L TSI 7AT (160 HP)

Golf VI Variant 1.6L TDI 5MT (105 HP) | Golf VI Variant 1.6L TDI 5MT (105 HP) BlueMotion | Golf VI Variant 1.6L TDI 6MT 4Motion (105 HP) | Golf VI Variant 1.6L TDI 7AT (105 HP) | Golf VI Variant 1.6L TDI 7AT BlueMotion (105 HP) | Golf VI Variant 2.0L TDI 6AT (140 HP) | Golf VI Variant 2.0L TDI 6MT (140 HP)

Passat CC (2009 - 2011)

Based on the well-known Volkswagen Passat, the CC version was the 4-door coupe version for the German car-maker. It was launched in 2008 at the North American International Auto Show. The CC initials stood for Comfort Coupe and it was the Volkswagen answer for a market that demanded sportier sedans and for customers who didn't enjoy the coupe versions.

Passat CC 1.8L TSI 6MT (160 HP) | Passat CC 1.8L TSI 7AT (160 HP) | Passat CC 2.0L TSI 6AT (211 HP) | Passat CC 2.0L TSI 6MT (200 HP) | Passat CC 2.0L TSI 6MT (200 HP) | Passat CC 2.0L TSI 6MT (211 HP) | Passat CC 3.6L FSI 4Motion 6AT (300 HP)

Passat CC 2.0L TDI BlueMotion 6AT (140 HP) | Passat CC 2.0L TDI BlueMotion 6AT (170 HP) | Passat CC 2.0L TDI BlueMotion 6MT (140 HP) | Passat CC 2.0L TDI BlueMotion 6MT (170 HP)

Polo 5-door (2009 - 2014)

Volkswagen came in full force at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show with the fifth generation of the Polo range, available as a 3- or 5-door hatchback. The Polo started its life as a more affordable Audi 50, back in the '70s, and it was a very important vehicle in the Volkswagen range.

Scirocco R (2009 - 2014)

The first R-badged Scirocco was released in 2009. While the regular Scirocco was never a slow car, the new R version brought even more to the tablet. Besides the exterior design, the handling was improved, as well as a nicer engine sound coming with the package. With the regular Scirocco was already being an eye-catcher, the R version turned heads.

Jetta (2010 - 2014)

Volkswagen introduced the sixth generation of the Jetta in 2010 and tried to convince the customers that it was a sporty compact sedan with four doors. Like its predecessors, the Jetta/Bora/Vento was named according to customers' preferences, depending on the market. It shared its platform with the VW Golf VI and sported independent suspension in all corners.

Passat (2010 - 2014)

Although it features the B7 designation, the new Passat is actually a facelift of the B6 Passat. Heavily modified by Klaus Bischoff and Walter de Silva and presented at the Paris Motor Show in September 2010, the car features a totally reworked exterior, with the Scirocco-like grille and headlights being some of the elements that strike the most.

Passat 1.4L TSI 6MT (122 HP) | Passat 1.8L TSI 6MT (160 HP)

Passat 1.6L TDI 6MT (105 HP) | Passat 2.0L TDI (170 HP) | Passat 2.0L TDI 6AT 6MT (140 HP)

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Passat Variant (2010 - 2014)

Volkswagen introduced a facelift - courtesy of Klaus Bischoff and Walter de Silva - for the Passat and Passat Variant models in 2010, and showed both cars to the world at the 2010 Paris Auto Show. Although its official designation includes the B7 name, the new Passat Variant is not a new model, but a facelift, and comes with new body panels, reworked grille and revised headlights.

Polo GTI (2010 - 2014)

Volkswagen launched the new Polo GTI (Mk5) at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. As compared to its predecessor, the new model is 7.5 percent lighter and benefits from an engine 30 HP more powerful, ensuring a 0-62 mph sprint of under 7 seconds (6.9s). Interior-wise, the new Polo GTI comes with a touchscreen satellite navigation system and standard DSG.

Touareg (2010 - 2014)

The second generation of the Touareg was launched at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show and it is claimed by the Volkswagen to be the biggest technical evolution for a car in the company's history. While the shape remained almost the same as on the previous model, there was nothing kept from that. In fact, the second generation of the Touareg is more related to the much more expensive Porsche.

Touareg 3.6 V6 FSI 8AT (280 HP)

Touareg 3.0 V6 TDI 8AT (204 HP) | Touareg 3.0 V6 TDI 8AT (245 HP) | Touareg 3.0 V6 TDI Technology Terrain Tech 8AT (245 HP) | Touareg 4.2 V8 TDI 8AT (340 HP)

Touareg 3.0 V6 TSI Hybrid 8AT (280 HP)

Touran (2010 - 2015)

Volkswagen debuted a new generation Touran model in August 2010, building it on the company's Golf VI platform. In addition to the more roundish and linear exterior and improved interior, the car boasts some great new features as compared to its predecessor, such as Light-Assist for Xenon headlights, an updated Park-Assist system.

Tiguan (2011 - 2016)

Somewhere between luxury and mainstream, the Volkswagen Tiguan compromised some of its practicality for a top-notch cabin. While the typical compact crossovers’ interiors were fitted with lots of plastics, the Tiguan managed to eclipse the competition by providing high-quality materials approaching those of premium brands. Minor updates were brought to the exterior.

Tiguan 1.4L TSI 4Motion 6MT (160 HP) | Tiguan 1.4L TSI FWD 6AT (160 HP) | Tiguan 1.4L TSI FWD 6MT (122 HP) | Tiguan 1.4L TSI FWD 6MT (160 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TSI 4Motion 6AT (200 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TSI 4Motion 6MT (180 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TSI 4Motion 6MT (210 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TSI 4Motion 7AT (180 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TSI 4Motion 7AT (210 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TSI FWD 6AT (200 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TSI FWD 6MT (200 HP)

Tiguan 2.0L TDI 4Motion 6MT (140 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TDI 4Motion 6MT (170 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TDI 4Motion 7AT (140 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TDI 4MOTION 7AT (150 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TDI 4Motion 7AT (177 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TDI 4MOTION 7AT (184 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TDI BlueMotion FWD 6MT (140 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TDI FWD 6MT (110 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TDI FWD 6MT (140 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TDI FWD 7AT (140 HP)

Golf VII 3 Door (2012 - 2017)

Volkswagen introduced the seventh generation of the Golf in Berlin for a special event in 2012 with two body versions, including the three-door one that attracted customers since the first Golf's generation. The Golf began its journey back in the early '70s and continued to be a successful model.

Golf VII 5-doors (2012 - 2017)

The seventh Golf arrived in 2012 and, after 29 million units sold around the world from its previous generations, was expected to be something special. It brought the new MQB platform, which was a great idea to cut costs, install various features on the car and make it lighter. At 4255 mm (13.9 ft), the seventh Golf was 56 mm (2.2”) longer than its predecessor, with a 59 mm (2.3”) longer wheelbase.

Golf VII 5 Doors 1.2L TSI BlueMotion 5MT (85 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 1.2L TSI BlueMotion 6MT (110 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 1.2L TSI BlueMotion 7AT (110 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 1.4L TSI ACT BlueMotion 6MT (150 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 1.4L TSI ACT BlueMotion 7AT (150 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 1.4L TSI BlueMotion 6MT (125 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 1.4L TSI BlueMotion 6MT (150 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 1.4L TSI BlueMotion 7AT (125 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 1.4L TSI BlueMotion 7AT (150 HP)

Golf VII 5 Doors 1.6L TDI 4Motion 6MT (110 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 1.6L TDI BlueMotion 5MT (110 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 1.6L TDI BlueMotion 7AT (105 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 2.0L TDI 4Motion 6MT (150 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 2.0L TDI BlueMotion 6AT (150 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 2.0L TDI BlueMotion 6MT (150 HP)

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Passat US (2012 - 2019)

The 2012 Volkswagen Passat was officially introduced to the North American market, where it replaces the previous-generation Passat B6 (also known as the New Midsize Sedan), at the 2011 NAIAS, in Detroit. The model will not be available in Europe, only in North America and China, and comes with some slight exterior and interior changes as compared to the European version.

Passat US 1.8L TSI 5MT (170 BHP) | Passat US 1.8L TSI 6AT (170 HP) | Passat US 2.5L 5MT (170 HP) | Passat US 2.5L 6AT (170 HP) | Passat US 3.6L V6 6AT (280 HP)

Passat US 2.0L TDI 6AT (140 HP) | Passat US 2.0L TDI 6MT (140 HP)

Passat Alltrack (2012 - 2015)

The Passat nameplate has been around since 1973 when the first generation was launched. The model was continuously improved and offered in different body styles over the years, Volkswagen selling more than 15 million vehicles. With the desire of satisfying a wider range of customers, the Volkswagen Alltrack came to life in 2012. Offered in a single estate body style.

Up! 3 Door (2012 - 2016)

That was the smallest Volkswagen in its lineup. It was built for ease of use inside towns and it was intended to decrease the average fuel consumption of the manufacturer's lineup. The up! was the car built around practicality. It was the quintessence of the form follows function design.

Up! 5 Door (2012 - 2016)

The production car has three-cylinder engines that go under the bonnet. We’re talking about two petrol units of 1.0-liter displacement and offering either 60 hp or 75 hp. Designed to live in the city, the up! will get remarkably good fuel consumption thanks to VW’s BlueMotion Technology, with both engines putting out well under 100 grams of CO2 per kilometer.

Cross Up! (2013 - 2016)

The Volkswagen cross up! It is the mini vehicle that wants to tackle some roads through the woods. Or some other unpaved roads. The base is the Volkswagen up!, with some spacers and an increase in ground clearance by 15 mm (0.6"). From the inside though, there is no difference compared to the smallest VW on the market, the UP! Outside, there is a different story. 

e-UP (2013 - 2019)

The e-Up! is the all-electric version of Volkswagen’s Up! city car. It is powered by a 60 kW electric motor and, not having any kind of gearbox, operates with almost no drivetrain noise at all. The maximum torque of 210 Nm is available anytime and the car will accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 14 seconds, reaching a top speed of 135 km/h (84 mph).

e-UP 18.7 KWh (82 HP)

Golf GTD 3-doors (2013 - 2017)

The Golf GTD stepped into his brother's shoes and became a hot-hatch icon among the diesel fans across Europe. It was fast, fuel-efficient, and with respectable torque for its size. The first Golf GTD was introduced in 1982 and it only offered 70 hp, which was about 45 less than on the GTI. But the idea was well-received by the public. It offered enough fun at the fraction of the cost!

Golf GTD 3 Doors 2.0L TDI 6AT (184 HP) | VOLKSWAGEN Golf GTD 3 Doors 2.0L TDI 6MT (184 HP)

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Golf GTD 5-doors (2013 - 2017)

The Golf GTI is the most famous hot-hatch car on the market. It appeared in the mid-'70s and it was produced ever since. In 2013 it reached its seventh generation and, along with it, came the diesel version: the GTD. The first Golf GTD was introduced in 1982 and it only offered 70 hp, which were about 45 less than on the GTI. But the idea was well-received by the public.

Golf GTD 5 Doors 2.0L TDI 6AT (184 HP) | Golf GTD 5 Doors 2.0L TDI 6MT (184 HP)

Golf GTI (2013 - 2017)

The Golf GTI is the most famous hot-hatch car on the market. It appeared in the mid-'70s and it was produced ever since. In 2013 it reached its seventh generation. The Golf GTI (or Gran Tourer Injection) model was the car designed to satisfy the younger customers with some performance. The first GTI could do a 0-100 kph (0-62 mph) in less than 10 seconds with a 4-speed manual.

Golf GTI 2.0L TSI 6AT (220 HP) | Golf GTI 2.0L TSI 6AT (230 HP) | Golf GTI 2.0L TSI 6MT (220 HP) | Golf GTI 2.0L TSI 6MT (230 HP)

Golf VII R 3-door (2013  -2017)

$34,000 for a Golf? Well, yes. And the reason why would be the way the Gold R provided a strong performance, with very sharp handling. The Golf VII R provided all-weather traction, along with great comfort for longer journeys. The interior was built was premium quality materials and it was nicely finished. While comfortable and agile, it also offered great versatility.

Golf VII R 3 Doors 2.0L TSI 4MOTION BlueMotion 6AT (300 HP) | Golf VII R 3 Doors 2.0L TSI 4MOTION BlueMotion 6MT (300 HP)

Golf VII R 5-door (2013 - 2017)

The seventh-generation (A7) Golf is surely the best one yet, and it has also produced the fastest VW ever made. The new Golf R 5-door was revealed to the public at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, where it wowed people with one thing above all else: power. The same 2.0 turbo engine used by the Audi S3 has been fitted to this car, resulting in 300 horsepower delivered through a reworked all-wheel.

Golf VII R 5 Doors 2.0L TSI 4MOTION 6AT (300 HP) | Golf VII R 5 Doors 2.0L TSI 4MOTION 6MT (300 HP)

Golf VII Variant (2013 - 2017)

Built on the seventh-generation platform of the Golf hatch, this estate model comes with better practicality and will make its official debut at the Geneva Motor Show. The engine range for the Golf Variant will start with the base 1.2-liter TSI producing 85 horsepower. As per usual, the cheaper model will not have independent rear suspension.

Golf VII Variant 1.2L TSI 5MT (85 HP) | Golf VII Variant 1.2L TSI 6MT (105 HP) | Golf VII Variant 1.2L TSI 7AT (105 HP) | Golf VII Variant 1.4L TSI 6MT (122 HP) | Golf VII Variant 1.4L TSI 6MT (140 HP) | Golf VII Variant 1.4L TSI 7AT (122 HP) | Golf VII Variant 1.4L TSI 7AT (140 HP)

Golf VII Variant 1.6L BlueTDI 5MT (110 HP) | Golf VII Variant 1.6L BlueTDI 7AT (110 HP) | Golf VII Variant 1.6L TDI 4MOTION 6MT (105 HP) | Golf VII Variant 1.6L TDI 5MT (105 HP) | Golf VII Variant 1.6L TDI 7AT (105 HP) | Golf VII Variant 2.0L TDI 4Motion 6MT (150 HP) | Golf VII Variant 2.0L TDI 6AT (150 HP) | Golf VII Variant 2.0L TDI 6MT (150 HP)

Golf VII Alltrack (2014 - 2017)

Since the 2014 VW Golf used the MQB platform, it wasn't too much of a problem to turn it from FWD to AWD and even this Alltrack version, which is a compact crossover. If we go back in time, the first compact crossover in Europe was the Golf Country. And that was on the Golf II platform. It was a Golf Syncro (meaning AWD for the VW) and had a higher ground clearance.

Golf VII Alltrack 1.6L TDI 6MT (110 HP) | Golf VII Alltrack 2.0L TDI 6AT (184 HP) | Golf VII Alltrack 2.0L TDI 6MT (150 HP)

Golf VII GTE (2014 - 2017)

In 2014, Volkswagen the first plug-in hybrid powertrain for the Golf hatchback, making for the first automaker in the world to offer a model line with a full range of conventional and alternative powertrains. This has been achieved thanks to the adaptability of the MQB platform.

Golf VII GTE 1.4L TSI 6AT (204 HP)

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Golf Sportsvan (2014 - 2017)

After appearing at the Frankfurt Motor Show as a production-ready concept, the VW Golf Sportsvan entered production in early 2014. A mid-sized MPV, it's based on the same MQB platform as the new Golf and actually replaces the old Golf Plus, which Volkswagen wasn't too happy with. This latest model also comes with a range of new TSI and TDI engines.

Golf VII R Variant (2015 - 2017)

Starting in 2015, the most iconic performance four-wheel-drive compact, the Golf R, can be had in a wagon shape to provide more versatility than ever; 605 liters of luggage space, to be exact if you load it up to the rear seat backrest. From the front bumper to the B-pillars, it's the same as the standard Golf, but then you get modified rear door frames with the extra rear windows to offer.

Jetta (2014 - 2018)

A cutdown version of the Volkswagen Passat, the Jetta was the best-selling model in America. For 2014, Volkswagen corrected some of the deficiencies the previous model had. Available as a sedan or a 4-door wagon body style, the exterior design remained pretty much unchanged for 2014, however, the 2.5-liter unit was dropped. A 1.8-liter 4-cylinder turbocharged engine replaced the 2.5-liter.

Passat (2014 - 2019)

The 2015 Volkswagen Passat debuted with a new design that combines stylish clarity with a high level of impressive power, features that merge both on the exterior and interior. The exclusive image of the new Passat was achieved in part by a wide variety of extremely precisely drawn edges and creases which develop individual light-reflecting surfaces.

Passat 1.4L TSI 4MOTION 6MT (150 HP) | Passat 1.4L TSI BlueMotion 6MT (125 HP) | Passat 1.4L TSI BlueMotion 6MT (150 HP) | Passat 1.4L TSI BlueMotion 7AT (125 HP) | Passat 1.4L TSI BlueMotion 7AT (150 HP) | Passat 1.8L TSI BlueMotion 7AT (180 HP) | Passat 2.0L TSI BlueMotion 6AT (220 HP)

Passat 1.6L TDI BlueMotion 6MT (120 HP) | Passat 1.6L TDI BlueMotion 7AT (120 HP) | Passat 2.0L TDI 4MOTION 6MT (150 HP) | Passat 2.0L TDI 4MOTION 7AT (240 HP) | Passat 2.0L TDI BlueMotion 6AT (150 HP) | Passat 2.0L TDI BlueMotion 6MT (150 HP) | Passat 2.0L TDI SCR 4MOTION BlueMotion 6AT (190 HP) | Passat 2.0L TDI SCR 4MOTION BlueMotion 7AT (240 HP) | Passat 2.0L TDI SCR BlueMotion 6AT (190 HP) | Passat 2.0L TDI SCR BlueMotion 6MT (190 HP)

Polo 5 Door (2014 - 2017)

If you're after the most luxurious supermini on the market, the 2014 Polo is the car for you. A significant update was introduced for the car, with comprehensive technological improvements that include everything from adaptive dampers, a reversing camera, and even LED headlights and much more efficient engines.

Polo GTI (2014 - 2017)

After the facelift for the entire generation of the Polo family, the GTI was refreshed too. Since it is the best super-mini German vehicle, it had to come with some features to stand out of the crowd. On the front, a honeycomb grille and a red stripe are showing the car's sporty intentions.

Touareg (2014 - 2019)

Volkswagen chose the 2014 Beijing Auto Show to introduce the face-lifted version of the second Touareg SUV. At a glance, it didn't seem to have too many improvements, but it did. First was the look, then the interior and some technical details. As usual for the German manufacturer, the interior was updated too. On the outside, the first noticeable detail is the front.

Touareg 3.6L V6 FSI 8AT (280 HP)

Touareg 3.0L V6 TDI Bluemotion 8AT (204 HP) | Touareg 3.0L V6 TDI Bluemotion 8AT (262 HP) | Touareg 3.0L V6 TDI Bluemotion Tech 8AT (262 HP) | Touareg 4.2L V8 TDI 8AT (340 HP)

Touareg 3.0L TFSI V6 8AT (333 HP)

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Passat Alltrack (2015 - 2019)

The crossover mania forced most of the car-makers to offer regular cars with a raised suspension. Thus, the customers received vehicles with bigger ground clearance, but with the same running costs. The Volkswagen Passat was one of the best-selling cars in Europe. It was like a baseball cap with one size fits all. It was the choice of blue and white collars as well.

Passat GTE and Passat Variant GTE (2015 - 2019)

At the 2014 Paris Motor Show, Volkswagen showed its cleanest Passat version, the GTE. The new plug-in hybrid had the advantages of low running costs based on a trusted platform. After the big scandal over the Dieselgate, where Volkswagen Group had to pay billions of dollars to the U.S. in fines and fixes for the cars it sold, the German car manufacturer switched its focus to build a plug-in.

Passat Variant GTE 1.4 TSI 6AT (218 HP)

Tiguan (2016 - 2020)

The second generation of the Volkswagen Tiguan was shown at the 2015 Frankfurt Motorshow and it is the answer given by the German car manufacturer to the compact crossover segment. In 2016, basically, every car-manufacturer had something to say about the compact SUV segment. Considering this, the German manufacturer has decided not to improve the first generation but rather transform it.

Tiguan 1.4L TSI ACT 4MOTION 6MT (150 HP) | Tiguan 1.4L TSI ACT BlueMotion 6AT (150 HP) | Tiguan 1.4L TSI ACT BlueMotion 6MT (150 HP) | Tiguan 1.4L TSI BlueMotion 6MT (125 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TSI 4MOTION 7AT (180 HP)

Tiguan 2.0L TDI SCR 4MOTION 7AT (150 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TDI SCR 4MOTION 7AT (190 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TDI SCR 6MT (115 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TDI SCR 6MT (150 HP) | Tiguan 2.0L TDI SCR 7AT (150 HP)

Atlas (2017 - 2019)

At the time of its launch, in 2017, the Volkswagen Atlas was the biggest car sold by the German brand in the U.S. The full-size, seven-seat vehicle stormed the doors at the Los Angeles Auto Show in a special event at the Santa Monica Pier. With respectable sales figures for the Volkswagen Touareg, the German car-maker decided to do one more step and offer a seven-seat SUV.

Atlas 2.0L TSI 8AT (238 HP) | Atlas 3.6L VR6 4MATIC 8AT (280 HP) | Atlas 3.6L VR6 8AT (280 HP)

Arteon (2017 - 2020)

Unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, the new Volkswagen Arteon represents a direct successor to the old CC model. Built on the MQB platform, the Arteon is a bit bigger than its predecessor while also being a lot more charismatic and offering more amenities. Stand-out features include a hood that extends a long way forward and partially over both wings and a radiator grille.

Arteon 2.0L TSI 4 MOTION 7AT (280 HP) | Arteon 2.0L TSI 4MOTION 8AT (268 HP) | Arteon 2.0L TSI 7AT (190 HP) | Arteon 2.0L TSI 8AT (268 HP)

Arteon 2.0L TDI 7AT (190 HP) | Arteon 2.0L TDI SCR 4MOTION 7AT (240 HP) | Arteon 2.0L TDI SCR 7AT (150 HP)

Golf VII 5-doors (2017 - 2019)

The popular Volkswagen Golf got refreshed for 2017, with the main focus being to make it even more digital. Visually, the hatchback isn't that different but comes with some sharper, keener design to the front and back. It also gained LED lights, while the interior received new decorative trim panels in the doors, the dash panel and center console along with new seat covers.

Golf VII 5 Doors 1.0L TSI 5MT (85 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 1.0L TSI 6MT (110 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 1.0L TSI 7AT (110 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 1.4L TSI 6MT (125 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 1.4L TSI 6MT (150 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 1.4L TSI 7AT (125 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 1.4L TSI 7AT (150 HP)

Golf VII 5 Doors 1.6L TDI 5MT (115 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 1.6L TDI 7AT (115 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 2.0L TDI 4MOTION 6MT (150 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 2.0L TDI 6MT (150 HP) | Golf VII 5 Doors 2.0L TDI 7AT (150 HP)

Golf VII Alltrack (2017 - 2020)

Practical and affordable – a wagon with an SUV's abilities. The recipe is simple, a passenger wagon with a changed suspension and AWD. For 2017, the Volkswagen Golf VII Alltrack didn't suffer major changes. Styling-wise, the compact wagon remained almost the same. It gained LED lighting though, along with more advanced driving assistance systems. The trim levels were also reshuffled.

Golf VII Alltrack 1.8L TSI 4MOTION 6AT AWD (180 HP) | Golf VII Alltrack 1.8L TSI 4MOTION 6MT AWD (168 HP)

Golf VII Alltrack 2.0L TDI 4MOTION 6AT AWD (150 HP) | Golf VII Alltrack 2.0L TDI 4MOTION 6AT AWD (184 HP)

Golf GTD 5-door (2017 - 2020)

After the Dieselgate scandal, Volkswagen tried to prove that it cand build eco-friendly fast vehicles and brought back the GTD version for the Golf lineup in 2013. Four years later, it refreshed it. A mild facelift and a few improvements made the seventh generation of the Golf appealing even after four years since its introduction. Its MQB platform was best fitted for its size.

Golf GTD 5 Doors 2.0L TDI 6MT (184 HP) | Golf GTD 5 Doors 2.0L TDI 7AT (184 HP)

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Golf VII GTE (2017 - 2020)

In 2017, the seventh generation Volkswagen Golf GTE received a refresh, coming with more exquisite looks and better performance. The biggest visual changes can be seen in the front and rear bumpers design, along with some new rims and other small tweaks. Another new feature of this car is the predictive hybrid strategy that works in conjunction with a navigation system.

Golf VII GTE 1.4L TSI 6AT (204 HP)

Golf GTI (2017 - 2020)

This is the original hot hatch: the Golf GTI. And in 2017, the nameplate returned with a facelift and few things to make its buyers buy it again. It is like when you have that brand of a phone that you replace it even if it works great but you want the newer version of it. The 2017 Golf GTI is the facelift of the 7th generation of the Golf and this is why some people call it the GTI 7.5.

Golf GTI 2.0L TSI 6AT (230 HP) | Golf GTI 2.0L TSI 6MT (230 HP) | Golf GTI GTI TCR 2.0L 7AT (290 HP)

Golf VII R (2017 - 2021)

The Volkswagen Golf GTI was the inventor of the hot hatch segment, even though the original GTI only had 115 hp. Fast-forward to 2017 and we find the Golf R, a true contender in the hot hatch category. While the first-ever Golf R had a naturally aspirated 3.2-liter V6 engine, the 2017 R has a 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline unit with almost 300 hp under the hood.

Golf VII R 2.0L TSI 4MOTION 6MT (310 HP) | Golf VII R 2.0L TSI 4MOTION 7AT (310 HP)

Golf VII Variant (2017 - 2020)

Volkswagen unveiled the seventh generation of the Golf in 2012, and, like all its predecessors from the 3rd generation, it featured a station-wagon body version named Variant. The Golf proved to be one of the most successful cars in history, since its introduction at the beginning of the '70s.

Golf VII Variant 1.0L TSI 6MT (110 HP) | Golf VII Variant 1.0L TSI 7AT (110 HP) | Golf VII Variant 1.4L TSI 6MT (125 HP) | Golf VII Variant 1.4L TSI 6MT (150 HP) | Golf VII Variant 1.4L TSI 7AT (125 HP) | Golf VII Variant 1.4L TSI 7AT (150 HP)

Golf VII Variant 1.4L TGI 6MT (110 HP) | Golf VII Variant 1.4L TGI 7AT (110 HP)

Golf VII Variant 1.6L TDI 5MT (115 HP) | Golf VII Variant 1.6L TDI 7AT (115 HP) | Golf VII Variant 2.0L TDI 4MOTION 6MT (150 HP) | Golf VII Variant 2.0L TDI 6MT (150 HP) | Golf VII Variant 2.0L TDI 7AT (150 HP)

Tiguan Allspace (2017 - 2020)

The 2018 model year Volkswagen Tiguan was unveiled at the North American International Auto Show being specially engineered to meet the needs of American customers. As with the Atlas, the new Tiguan Allspace is based on Volkswagen's Modular Transverse Matrix (MQB) architecture. Compared with the current model, the new Tiguan has far more interior space; at 185.2 inches long.

Tiguan Allspace 1.4L TSI 6MT (150 HP) | Tiguan Allspace 2.0L TSI 4MOTION 7AT (220 HP) | Tiguan Allspace 2.0L TSI 4MOTION 7AT(180 HP)

Tiguan Allspace 2.0L TDI 4MOTION 6MT (150 HP) | Tiguan Allspace 2.0L TDI 4MOTION 7AT (150 HP) | Tiguan Allspace 2.0L TDI 4MOTION 7AT (190 HP) | Tiguan Allspace 2.0L TDI 4MOTION 7AT (240 HP) | Tiguan Allspace 2.0L TDI 6MT (150 HP) | Tiguan Allspace 2.0L TDI 7AT (150 HP)

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