Thoroughly rational, practical family car with an air of quality At a glance New price £24,730 - £31,330 Lease from new From £270 p/mView lease deals Used price £17,990 - £24,915 Used monthly cost From £449 per month Fuel Economy 46.3 - 62.8 mpg Road tax cost £155 Insurance group 14 - 22How much is it to insure? New
The small Volkswagen T-Cross SUV turns on the style in new Black Edition trim Verdict Black Edition trim is a useful update to the T-Cross line-up, adding some additional styling touches for not much extra. It’s a solid small SUV with some good tech – although we wish more of it was standard. However, we can’t fault the excellent
It’s a good thing you like SUVs, America, because the march of replacing passenger cars with compact crossovers continues without delay. The latest automaker to do it: Volkswagen. This is the new 2022 Taos, which will replace the Golf hatchback in VW’s lineup when it arrives in June (the GTI and Golf R will remain, however). Typically with these
New tech doesn’t dull the VW GTI’s legendary character. Can a car have a panic attack? No? Okay, good. For a second there, we wanted to throw a weighted car cover over our white 2022 Volkswagen GTI and slip some sort of vehicular benzodiazepine in its gas tank. If it could gain sentience, this shapely little hatch might incessantly
The Volkswagen ID.4 is a fully electric SUV that is a logical extension of the excellent Golf-sized ID.3 hatchback family. It's on UK sale now, but only as the ID.4 1st Edition initially, costing a hefty £40,800 now that it is no longer eligible for the government's plug-in car grant. Expect a wider range of models, specs and trims
The verdict: As every SUV in the parking lot starts to look the same, the 2021 Volkswagen Arteon near-luxury mid-size hatchback stands out as a roomy, refined and refreshingly pleasant alternative for those willing to look beyond the mainstream sedan and SUV classes. Versus the competition: Aside from its body style, the Arteon stands apart from other near-luxury mid-size
VW's electric crossover succeeds at imitating the gas-powered competition but forgoes many of the things we like about EVs. As electric cars begin to proliferate, we are seeing the auto industry figuring out the best way to build and sell battery-powered cars. Some take existing gasoline models, rip out their powertrains, and bolt in battery packs and electric motors.
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