The all-weather capability of all-wheel drive doesn’t have to come packaged in an oversized, overweight crossover. Volkswagen has found a nice niche by adding their 4Motion full-time AWD system to the Golf SportWagen. A new addition to the Golf family - called the Alltrack - differentiates itself from the SportWagen
Katheryne recent wrote us with this great question. Let's all help her out so she can buy the perfect car for her active lifestyle. Katheryne writes:
I have not had a car in 5 years. And after renting a car for $300 this past weekend and taking it to Yampa,
Those who are not sucked into the crossover craze know a good wagon or hatchback has many virtues over the bulky and ungainly small SUV. They are easier to maneuver, have better fuel economy, and loading them up is a snap due to the lower ride height. Now Volkswagen has
Volkswagen graciously invited Roman out to the great state of Washington to test drive two new variations of the VW Golf. The 2017 Golf Alltrack, featuring 4-Motion all wheel drive and the brand new 2017 Golf Sportwagen 4-Motion, also with all wheel drive. These two cars are quite similar, however
Volkswagen's latest addition to the ever-growing Golf family is an interesting one. Following a formula similar to the Audi A4 Allroad, the Subaru Outback, and the Volvo XC70, the 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack takes a normal Golf Sportwagen and adds a slight lift to the suspension. Additionally, VW has given the Alltrack
Car enthusiasts come in all kinds of different forms. Some are extremely wealthy and can afford to have the latest greatest supercars that can cost anywhere from $100,000 to $1,000,000. However, most of us are not in that echelon of wealth and we have to look for less expensive ways
In the second part of this mashup review, TFL gets back behind the wheel of the Volkswagen Golf R to see how it compares to the Subaru WRX STi.
Of course, this was originally supposed to be part of a three-part mashup involving the much loved BMW M2, but the computer
In what has been a banner year for sales, the all-new Honda Civic again took the monthly compact car sales crown, leading all others in August and extending its overall lead over the Toyota Corolla.
Civic sales were up 2.4 percent over August of 2015, and it led the Corolla by