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
Sixth generation of VW best-seller
The car that parks itself
When blue means green
Sporty Golf provides driving satisfaction
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