VW continues to expand the Golf lineup and coinciding with the arrival of the new Golf SportWagen, VW has announced that the all-wheel-drive Alltrack model will go on sale in 2016 as a 2017 model.
VW has announced the introduction of a new Limited Edition version of the all-electric e-Golf that starts at $33,450, almost $2,000 less than the SEL version.
Volkswagen has released the pricing for the 2015 Golf SportWagen, which starts at $21,395 for the 1.8T S model with the manual transmission, while the TDI Clean Diesel model starts at $24,595, a reduction of almost $2,000 over the previous base TDI model price.
Volkswagen has revealed the new Golf R-Line, which is a sporty version of the standard Golf for people that don't want to make the jump to either the GTI or Golf R.
Volkswagen has unveiled another version of the Golf Variant - the Golf GTD Variant, which is basically a wagon version of the diesel-powered Golf GTD hatchback.
VW execs are currently close to decision about a production version of the Golf R400 and maybe even a new van for the U.S.
It seems that some Volkswagen fans are eager to get their hands on the 2015 VW Golf R, since the pre-order allotment sold out in less than 11 hours.
On the outside the Golf R Touch concept looks almost identical to the 2015 Golf R, with the exception of its nifty paintwork, but inside you'll see something completely different.
Volkswagen has announced that the 2015 Golf R will be available to order starting on January 8, 2015.
Volkswagen has confirmed plans to bring the new Golf Alltrack to the U.S. in 2016. What is the Golf Alltrack? It's basically an all-wheel-drive crossover-styled version of the new Golf SportWagen that will compete with models like the Subaru XV Crosstrek.
Volkswagen has released the pricing for "fastest and most powerful Golf ever," the 2015 Golf R, which starts at $37,415.
Wagon fans will love this! Volkswagen has unveiled the Golf R Variant, which is going to debut this week at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
The Volkswagen GTI Roadster concept is going to have its North American debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show next week.
Motor Trend has announced that the 2015 Volkswagen Golf family has received its Car of the Year award.
Volkswagen has reportedly approved the Golf R 400 for production. According to insiders that spoke with Car Magazine, the hottest and more powerful version of the Golf will enter production late next year.
The 2015 VW e-Golf electric car has received an EPA rating of 126 MPGe city and 105 highway rating with a combined rating of 116 Miles per Gallon of Gasoline Equivalent (MPGe).
Want to be the first person in the U.S. to get the keys to the 2015 VW e-Golf electric car? Here's your chance: Volkswagen and Global Green USA have announced the auction of the first 2015 e-Golf.
VW has unveiled the Golf Alltrack, which is based on the Golf SportWagen, but thanks to the addition of all-wheel-drive and a 20 mm higher ground clearance, it's a bit more rugged.
VW has announced the pricing for the 2015 VW e-Golf electric car, which starts at $36,265 with destination. VW's first fully electric model arrives in November.
VW has announced that the 2015 Golf and GTI models equipped with optional forward collision warning have received the Top Safety Pick+ rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).
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