Archive for September, 2017

What is the Difference Between the VW Golf SportWagen and Alltrack?

Thursday, September 21st, 2017
Difference Between the VW Golf Sportwagen and Alltrack_o

Although their vehicle designs have always been unconventional, Volkswagen have always worked to live up to the transliteration of their name “Peoples’ car.” In fact, their unusual designs have seemingly resulted from an attempt to prioritize pragmatic innovation over design consistency.

A great example of this problem solving drive is the sheer number of Volkswagen Golf models that are available. For 2018, Volkswagen is offering five Golf models to let drivers find the vehicle that best matches their needs. Unlike competitors, these five models differ in more than just trim level. The 2018 Volkswagen Golf models all serve a unique purpose that meets a specific need within the market. (more…)

Throwback Thursday: VW Thing

Thursday, September 14th, 2017
VW Thing Type 181 Kurierwagen_o

Earlier this week, we talked about how Volkswagen has been a consistent industry leader in creating boldly-designed vehicles that can only be described as “Volkswagen.” One of the most distinct VW automobiles is the VW Thing. Due to its unique appearance and enthusiastic (even cult-ish) following, The VW Thing is a vehicle you’re unlikely to see on any used car lots any time soon. (more…)

When Will the New Volkswagen Bus Be Out?

Monday, September 11th, 2017
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Beetle…Dune Buggy…The Thing…

Volkswagen’s ability to produce eye-catching vehicle designs (and great names for them) is second to none. Although their modern designs are decidedly more subtle and sophisticated, Volkswagen has spent much of their history wrapping industry-leading performance and comfort equipment in the most unusual body shapes, creating a ton of models that have developed a cult following. (more…)

Which Volkswagen Models Have CarPlay?

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017

Map in face, car in ditch.

Older movies and TV shows are full of the “big, opened roadmap covers drivers view, driver steers off road” scene. While maps have become much more compact, modern drivers still face an unsafe level of distraction from them in the form of technology.

The ubiquity of instantly-updated navigation software in smartphones means you have even smarter, safer ways than ever before to get from A-B. The always-connected nature of our 21st-century lives means you can call a restaurant to make reservations on the way, or send a text to let friends know to save you a seat at a movie theater, all while driving. (more…)