Volkswagen Reviews

The maker of the humble peoples' car has become the world's second largest carmaker with a vast range that comprises compact, small and medium-sized passenger cars, SUVs of various sizes, hot sports models, utilities and light commercials with a large choice of hatches, sedans, wagons, coupes, convertibles, many with diesel engines and some with all-wheel drive. The models include the Polo, Golf, Jetta, Passat, CC coupe-convertible, and the retro-styled Beetle, Tiguan and Touareg SUVs, sporty Polo GTi and Golf GTi, and sizzling Scirocco coupe. It also has an extensive range of light commercials, including the Amarok utility, Caddy, Transporter, and Crafter vans, and Caravelle and Multivan peoplemovers.

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