Volkswagen Model Research


Atlas

Easily the biggest model in the Volkswagen lineup, the 2018 VW Atlas is a three-row, seven seat SUV that offers a robust design for a surprisingly rugged appearance from Volkswagen. Don’t be fooled by its tough exterior, as the Atlas still offers the elegance you expect once you climb into the model.

2018 Volkswagen Atlas
Atlas vs Tiguan

Beetle

When it comes to iconic models in the VW lineup, few come to mind as quickly as the Beetle. The model remains popular for its style, variety of fun options and limited editions trims. The hatchback design is easy to load and the compact size allows for easy maneuverability into tight parking spaces.

2017 Volkswagen Beetle
2016 Volkswagen Beetle
 

CC

There are plenty of attractive options on the market, but the quality of your car should be more than paint deep. The Volkswagen CC is a midsize model with coupe-like styling that creates an attractive appearance, but inside you’ll find premium materials that allow for an executive-level feel.

2017 Volkswagen CC
2016 Volkswagen CC
 

Golf

Only a little younger than the Beetle, the Volkswagen Golf has a solid following thanks to a mix of practical and fun elements. The hatchback design allows for plenty of cargo space, but a strong base engine also makes it incredibly perky for a compact car. Really, what’s not to love about the Golf?

2018 Volkswagen Golf
2017 Volkswagen Golf
 

Golf Alltrack

Just when you thought the SportWagen had everything, Volkswagen makes it even better. The Golf Alltrack is everything you love about the staple station wagon, but with more off-road capability and a rugged style. Standard 4Motion creates more stability, while body cladding protects the exterior.

2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack
 

Golf GTI

Everything you love about the Golf, but pumped up to offer more. The Golf GTI is a fan favorite and popular in the enthusiast world not only for its subtly sport styling, but because it has the performance to back it up. It also doesn’t hurt that the model remains a practical option for daily driving.

2017 Volkswagen Golf GTI
GTI S vs GTI Sport
2016 Volkswagen Golf GTI
 

Golf SportWagen

The days of awkward station wagons are over. Models like the Golf SportWagen pave the way for family vehicles that are not only efficient, but are easy to maneuver. The body style was an ideal for decades, and it’s easy to see why in a model that drives much like a compact, but offers plenty of space.

2017 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen
 

Jetta

Those who love affordable options can’t help but sneak a sidelong glance at the Volkswagen Jetta, as a variety of color options, powertrains and trim levels provide plenty from which to choose. It’s one of the most efficient gasoline models in the lineup, and its low starting price doesn’t hurt either.

2017 Volkswagen Jetta
Jetta vs Cruze
Jetta vs Civic
2016 Volkswagen Jetta
 

Passat

It may be an upgrade in size, but that doesn’t mean the VW Passat will increase the cost of gasoline as the midsize sedan is almost as efficient as the compact Jetta. Its base turbocharged engine provides plenty of power too, allowing for a smooth, and sometimes even thrilling, driving experience.

2017 Volkswagen Passat
Passat vs CC
2016 Volkswagen Passat
 

Tiguan

Where does the name Tiguan come from? Volkswagen says it’s a combination of tiger and iguana, and while that may sound like an odd pairing, it clearly works. The Tiguan mixes luxury with capability for a compact SUV that doesn’t mess around. It’s fun to drive and a model you’d be proud to own.

2018 Volkswagen Tiguan
2017 Volkswagen Tiguan
 

Touareg

If you come to the dealership asking for the most luxury that can be found in the lineup, we’ll direct you to the Volkswagen Touareg. This midsize SUV is spacious enough to keep backseat drivers silent and comfort, and it comes with a host of standard features that improve your everyday driving experience.

2017 Volkswagen Touareg