Volkswagen’s slogan is: “Drivers Wanted.” Our response is: “Drivers here, Volkswagen’s wanted.” Exceptional quality and a blast to drive is the best way to describe a Volkswagen. They continue to wedge themselves in at the top with the other (more exorbitantly priced) German manufacturers with perennial offerings that remain in the means the populous.
Volkswagen GTI: The GTI is a functional and affordable performer. With truly quality features like an 8-speaker stereo and Tiptronic automatic sport transmission, the peppy GTI will surpass most of its competition in the fast lane.
Volkswagen Golf: Available with either two doors or four, the Golf is a delightfully European hatchback, with the fuel economy and performance to prove it.
Volkswagen Jetta: Jettas have been selling like hotcakes for almost twenty years now, and the reasons are clear: Jettas are functional, stylish and above all, fun to drive. The 2005 Jetta has been served with a major design change, with more fluid and bold lines and enhanced performance. The little sedan that can, the Jetta is available in either a standard four-door sedan, or a four-door wagon, with several engine options and varying degrees of trim to enhance the driving experience.
Volkswagen New Beetle: A smart revival on one of the most historical and successful cars in automotive history, the New Beetle picks up where the old one left off. A new form of “Beetlemania” has taken hold; the fun to drive contemporary nostalgia of the New Beetle is hard to miss. Available in a spunkier turbo model, as well as a cabriolet version for wind-in-your-hair driving.
Volkswagen Passat: A quality midsize sedan that drives and looks a lot more expensive than it really is. The Passat is available with a turbo-charged 4-cylinder or the optional VR6 V6 engine and a wonderfully appointed leather interior.
Volkswagen Phaeton: A hundred grand for a VW!? Yes, and it’s a deal, because fully optioned, this full size sedan has the same W12 twelve-cylinder engine as the much more expensive Bentley Continental. It also has more wood and leather than your living room set, so remember to consider a Volkswagen the next time you’re looking at BMWs or Mercedes.
Volkswagen Toureg: An overtly well engineered SUV, with loads of power and torque, a sumptuous leather appointed interior, and a variable height adjustable suspension that can lower—or raise—the Toureg’s ground clearance according to terrain. Raising the bar for off-roading and then hunkering down for a speedy ride home is this truck’s specialty.