Volkswagen blends big payload capability and a good dose of practicality with its Crafter cab-chassis.
Put your grinders and welders down, Volkswagen has brewed up its own alternative to the increasingly popular American-style full-size trucks.
Volkswagen’s classy and practical Passat wagon is back to give executives and families a more affordable alternative to the load-luggers from luxury brands.
At $1500 more than a regular Tiguan 162TSI Highline, is the larger seven-seat Allspace the smart choice?
Remember when Volkswagen of Brazil thought they could build a better Beetle? No neither do I, yet here we are. Introducing the Volkswagen Brasilia, a rear-engined compact car designed to replace the Beetle. In Brazil. And Nigeria. Produced by Volkswagen do Brasil from 1974-82, the Brasilia was available as either a three- or five-door hatchback...
The performance car world is changing, and so is Volkswagen R, as evidenced by the arrival of the 2021 Volkswagen Touareg R, the first-ever plug-in hybrid model to come from the German carmaker’s performance sub-brand. The new range-topping Touareg indirectly replaces the short-lived Touareg V8 TDI, becoming the first model in Volkswagen’s flagship SUV line-up to wear the R badge since the memorable twin-turbocharged 5...
This is the final limited-edition for the seventh-generation VW Golf GTI – before next year's new model. So, how does Golf R power perform in a front-drive package?
This is it, VW's first all-electric SUV. It'll be here next year, but should you want one? Signs point to yes, but price remains a question.
The new Volkswagen Golf GTI continues a 44-year history for the badge. But is this new one better than the model it replaces?
In 1992, a Danish man known only as Tonny L, is keen to get his hands on an old Volkswagen Transporter, specifically the panel van version known affectionately as the ‘Bulli’. He scours classifieds from all over Europe until he spots an ad in a German-based VW enthusiasts’ club’s magazine...
The middle child in the Volkswagen family offers plenty of punch for its pint-sized frame, but in a crowded class, is that enough?