Volkswagen Model Comparison
Just when you thought the Volkswagen lineup was complete, the popular German automaker offers a new model that is bigger and better than ever. Introducing the Atlas: the new full-size SUV.2021 Atlas vs 2021 Kia Telluride
2020 Atlas vs 2020 Toyota Highlander
2019 Atlas vs 2019 Honda Passport
2019 Atlas vs 2019 Ford Explorer
2019 Atlas vs 2018 VW Tiguan
2018 Atlas vs 2018 Ford Explorer
2018 Atlas vs 2017 Honda Pilot
Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport
In a sea of SUVs that all look the same, the Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport dares to be different. It’s a model that also offers excellent performance and outstanding versatility.2020 Atlas Cross Sport vs 2020 Ford Edge
The Volkswagen Arteon takes the luxury sedan segment of the auto industry to a whole new level and offers all the qualities you're looking for in a new car at an affordable price.2020 Arteon vs 2020 Audi A4
The second oldest model in the lineup, the VW Golf, has come a long way since the days when it was best known as the Rabbit. Even with a name change and a few redesigns, it continues to prove itself.2020 Golf vs 2020 Honda Fit
Volkswagen Golf Alltrack
When you think of family, what comes to mind? If it’s a mundane lifestyle, then you don’t know the drivers sitting behind the wheel of the Golf Alltrack. This model is made for active drivers.2018 Golf Alltrack vs 2018 Subaru Crosstrek
2017 Golf Alltrack vs 2017 Subaru Forester
Volkswagen Golf GTI
Decades ago, drivers sat behind the Golf, then known as the Rabbit, and thought it could be just a little more exciting. Then the GTI was born, and it was the first model to flaunt the hot hatch title.
Volkswagen Golf R
The GTI may be a fun model for those who like the balance of power and price, but the Golf R was designed for those who want the absolute most they can get out of this compact hatchback.
Volkswagen Golf SportWagen
When you picture a station wagon, what does it look like? If wood panels are involved, you need to check out what’s on the market for this decade: The Volkswagen Golf SportWagen.
The compact segment is an important one for any automaker because it’s an introduction to the lineup. Though it’s priced competitively, the Jetta isn’t merely an economical model, but a fun one too.2020 Jetta vs 2020 Honda Civic
2019 Jetta GLI vs 2019 VW Jetta
2019 Jetta vs 2019 Honda Accord
2019 Jetta vs 2019 Toyota Camry
2019 Jetta vs 2018 VW Jetta
2019 Jetta vs 2018 Honda Civic
2017 Jetta vs 2017 Chevy Cruze
2017 Jetta S vs SE
2017 Jetta SE vs SEL
2016 Jetta vs 2016 Honda Civic
Whoever said you need an SUV as soon as you start a family has never driven the VW Passat. This model is surprisingly spacious for a midsize sedan, offering competitive passenger space for its size.
There are plenty of crossovers designed specifically for families, but what about the enthusiast? The Tiguan offers a more potent option for those who want a compact option that’s fun to drive.2020 Tiguan vs 2020 Nissan Rogue
2020 Tiguan vs 2019 Tiguan
2019 Tiguan vs 2018 Tiguan
2019 Tiguan vs 2019 Toyota RAV4
2019 Tiguan vs 2019 Ford Escape
2019 Tiguan vs 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross
2018 Tiguan vs 2018 Honda CR-V
Why pay more for badging? The Touareg is a deceptive option because it’s offered by a brand that is typically considered non-premium, allowing you to find modern features at an affordable price.