Volkswagen Car New Car Reviews
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The latest special-edition version of the Volkswagen Amarok goes with basic black as its theme. We see what’s behind the Dark Label.
The flagship Volkswagen Touareg is a pretty low-key machine – at least until you feel the force of its 800Nm V8 engine.
R stands for Really well dressed-up in the Volkswagen Tiguan R-Line. We ask whether this new package helps the car keep face in the ultra-competitive compact-crossover segment.
Can you really lead the high life in a humble Volkswagen Polo? We test the flagship CrossPolo to find out.
Charge of the light brigade: Volkswagen has added a lot of visual drama to the Amarok with this limited-edition Canyon model. We drive it.
The addition of an R-Line equipment package makes the Volkswagen Passat a little middle-of-the-road. We test it in turbo-diesel wagon form.
You get a lot of benefit from a little upgrade package in the Volkswagen Golf GTI Peformance.
If folding hard-top convertibles are your thing, the Volkswagen Eos has always been the one that ticked the most boxes. With the $59,500 facelifted model, that has not changed.
Volkswagen’s Amarok 4Motion Twin Turbo TDi ute is somewhat of a revelation for the utility market in general
Thank God New Zealander’s are starting to cotton onto the awesomeness that is the hot hatch
Volkswagen's just-launched fifth-generation Polo at last competes head-to-head with the mainstream
A diesel hot-hatch with good looks, plentiful pull and frugal thirst
Forget hybrids - today's diesels use as little fuel thanks to increasingly refined modern tech. Even their emissions are eco-friendly thanks to particulate filters fitted to the likes of this generation six Volkswagen Golf.
Volkswagen's on a roll. Its sales aren't dropping as far as the current trend, and just days before it launched the sixth-generation Golf, that car won the 2009 World Car of the Year award. So it must be pretty special, right?
Volkswagen's Scirocco might be a toned-down version of the original concept car, but it's still a sexy-looking vehicle, and not just compared to the brand's usually safe tailoring
Volkswagen revs up its luxury sedan
The car that parks itself
When blue means green
Sporty Golf provides driving satisfaction
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