Review: 2015 Volkswagen Golf GTI SE

Expert Reviews Feature Articles Volkswagen

In the sub-$30,000 market, it doesn’t get any better that the GTI, the original German hot hatch. And if 210 hp are insufficient to your neck snapping needs, the GTI Performance Package is about to be released. This one, which will retail for $29,280 with manual gearbox, is rated at 220hp. There’s even an R Golf in the works with 290hp on tap and all-wheel-drive.

Read More »

Volkswagen Golf R Arriving on American Shores in 2012

Press and News Volkswagen

VW announced Thursday that the diminutive and powerful Golf R is coming to the United States in 2012. Tuned by the in-house R team at Volkswagen, the Golf R should prove more exciting than the current Clark Kent-version sold in the US. While details like price and launch date remain unknown, Volkswagen did talk about […]

Read More »

Best Hybrid and Green Cars of 2010

Expert Reviews Feature Articles Ford Lexus Mercury Toyota Volkswagen

What a difference a decade makes. Ten years ago gas was cheap, the SUV was king, and fuel efficiency was one of the last things car buyers were concerned about.

Read More »

2010 Volkswagen GTI Review

Expert Reviews Volkswagen

Balance and harmony are coveted words in automobiles. The 2010 Volkswagen GTI achieves both with authority. This car makes no attempt to entice you with high performance

Read More »

2010 Volkswagen Golf Review – Utility and performance fitted into an economical package

Expert Reviews Volkswagen

I’m a hatchback guy. I loved the VW Rabbit as I was growing up and I bought a Honda Civic hatchback as soon as I was able. Now I drive a modified Mini Cooper. I love the sportiness and utility of these cars. And to top it off, I just like the way they look.

Read More »

New BlueMotion Golf Is Most Economical Ever

Press and News Volkswagen

61.9 miles per gallon. That’s the number to keep in mind. The upcoming Volkswagen Golf BlueMotion (i.e. the diesel) will get you 61.9 miles to the gallon on the highway. Given that the latest Golf isn’t exactly light (it is a German car after all), and it’s loaded with all sorts of weight increasing safety […]

Read More »

VW Brings 4MOTION To Mark VI Golf

Press and News Volkswagen

Well hallelujah and it’s about frickin’ time. VW, in their infinite wisdom, has finally put their 4Motion all wheel drive setup into their current gen Golf (that would be the sixth generation). The 4Motion, essentially a VW’s equivalent to (parent? sister?, geez, it can be like Chinatown when it comes to VW, Porsche & Audi, […]

Read More »

VW Golf Plus Debuts In Bologna

Press and News Volkswagen

This is a Euro only deal, but, when you think about it, it makes a lot of sense for the European market. Since most European cities are clogged with hatchbacks of some sort, and there are no small-sized sedans, finding a practical car can be somewhat of a challenge. On occasion, you can find a […]

Read More »

(C) Copyright 1996-2018. All Rights Reserved.

carreview.com and the ConsumerReview Network are business units of Invenda Corporation

Other Web Sites in the ConsumerReview Network:

mtbr.com | roadbikereview.com | carreview.com | photographyreview.com | audioreview.com