Buyer's Guide

Volkswagen

Volkswagen caters to customers who want something a bit different, with German engineering and designs that may not be especially bold today, but should age better than some more striking cars offered today. Many VWs are fun to drive (like the Golf GTI), and often spacious, too (think Passat).

Least Expensive: The least expensive Volkswagen is the affordable four-door Jetta. The car offers cash-conscious buyers an introduction to the German automaker in an affordable package.

Sportiest: Volkswagen's GTI and Golf R hatchbacks remain perennial favorites. The Golf R's combination of all-wheel drive and its powerful turbocharged four-cylinder puts Volkswagen ahead of the curve in the hot-hatch market, for those who can afford the WRX STI-challenging hatch's pricing.

Popular: The Jetta and Passat sedans are Volkswagen's best-selling models.

Most Expensive: A fully loaded five-seat SUV, the Volkswagen Touareg remains the most luxurious and most expensive offering in the company's lineup with a price beyond $60,000 with options.

Utility/Offroad
$31545
24 / Hwy 20 / City
Overview For 2019, the Volkswagen Atlas gets automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning, and blin...
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23 / Hwy 18 / City
$24945
29 / Hwy 22 / City
Overview Standard Wi-Fi hotspot Standard auto emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffi...
Sports
$28595
32 / Hwy 24 / City
Midsize/Fullsize
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Overview The SEL trim now rolls on standard 19-inch wheels The SEL Premium trim gets the R-Line exterior desi...
$22995
34 / Hwy 23 / City
Overview Volkswagen simplifies Passat options by offering only two trim levels: the Wolfsburg Edition and SE ...
Compact
$23195
37 / Hwy 29 / City
Overview A new 1.4-liter turbo-four replaces last year's 1.8-liter engine. The 1.4-liter unit is linked to a ...
$18895
40 / Hwy 30 / City

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