The middle child in the Volkswagen family offers plenty of punch for its pint-sized frame, but in a crowded class, is that enough?
Does Volkswagen's entry 5+2 SUV strike the balance of all things just right?
‘Honey, I shrunk the Tiguan.' Volkswagen’s T-Cross isn’t the cheapest small SUV around, but it also proves to be more than just a high-riding version of the Polo city car on which it’s based.
The new Volkswagen Touareg is a very real option for those buyers wanting a premium tow vehicle. We might not be towing a caravan this time, but we test the Touareg out on typical Aussie country roads.
For car lovers, nostalgia is a key part of the enthusiast experience. After all, how can one appreciate the automotive creations of the present without the context of the past? And if you're craving a journey back in time, there is perhaps no better way to traverse the decades than via the audiovisual treasure trove that is vintage car commercials...
The Final Edition is the last – well, almost the last – offering for the Mk7 Golf R in Australia. And what a fitting farewell it is.
Volkswagen is finally fighting in the small-SUV battleground. Is the T-Roc too late to the party?
Volkswagen’s T-Cross represents one part of a two-prong attack on the compact-SUV space. Is the cheaper, smaller SUV the better pick?
The early 1970s were an interesting time for car enthusiasts in Brazil. The importation of cars had been banned, leaving those lusting for a sports car with limited options. Sure, there was the locally built-Puma, but it was little more than a kit car with engines sourced from DKW, Volkswagen and General Motors and with production numbers in the hundreds...
Fancy yourself a car enthusiast? While being an enthusiastic car owner and a good driver are both part of your overall street cred, a lot of it comes down to being able to talk the torque. And where many of us can come undone when showing off our automotive prowess is butchering the pronunciation of brand or model names as badly as Kim from Kath & Kim used to pronounce 'chardonnay' (she said 'kar-don-aye', for the record)...
Now with three pedals, part-time 4x4 and a low-range transfer case, is this base-spec Amarok the pick of the bunch?