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  • Volkswagen Golf Hatchback
    4.1 out of 5 - 230 Ratings
    Overview
    Apost Left The VW Golf is a perennial favourite amongst car buyers. Whilst never being the best at anything, it is pretty good at almost everything. The ride is OK, it looks good but not fantastic and the interior is well built and functional, with high quality materials. Build quality is excellent, and there is a very solid, dependable feel about the whole car. TSi engines deliver decent performance and economy, whilst the diesel range is hugely popular. GTI versions deliver a much more dynamic experience, but at a hefty price. Apost Right
  • Volkswagen Polo Hatchback
    4.0 out of 5 - 65 Ratings
    Overview
    Apost Left The Polo looks like a miniature Golf, with a fresh front end and Golf-like quality inside. Dynamically, it isn’t as much fun as a Fiesta or an A1, and it isn’t going to appeal to many younger drivers due to its conservative image. The range is good value for money , but lead-in engines are under-powered and don’t do the car any favours. The 1.4 petrol engine and the 1.6 diesel are good choices, but command a premium. Volkswagen cars offer good residual values, so cost of ownership will be lower than many competitors. Apost Right
  • Volkswagen Passat Saloon
    4.1 out of 5 - 103 Ratings
    Overview
    Apost Left The Passat has been a class act ever since its launch. Understated and subtle, the Passat is the antithesis of the typical brash executive machines. No 20 inch alloys or garish badges here, the Passat just does the job, and does it well. Bluemotion versions offer great economy and low company car tax. Estate versions offer cavernous space and are immensely practical for every day use. You won’t stand out from the crowd, but you will be driving a superbly-crafted piece of German engineering. Apost Right
  • Volkswagen Up Hatchback
    4.4 out of 5 - 14 Ratings
    Overview
    Apost Left What Car’s City car of the year is a great car for urban journey’s, and is well priced at the entry level. As you move up through the range, Up prices are comparable to better competitors like the Fiesta or Adam, and the choice seems harder to justify. Compact and economical, but with a choice of three cylinder engine that feel underpowered at motorway speeds, the Up is best suited to shorter journeys than long distance cruising. Consider the Skoda Citigo and Seat Mii too, as they offer the same underpinnings, but with a better financial package. Apost Right
  • Volkswagen Scirocco Coupe
    4.1 out of 5 - 25 Ratings
    Overview
  • Volkswagen Passat Estate
    4.1 out of 5 - 103 Ratings
    Overview
  • Volkswagen Beetle Hatchback
    4.1 out of 5 - 8 Ratings
    Overview
  • Volkswagen Tiguan 4x4
    4.1 out of 5 - 31 Ratings
    Overview
    Apost Left The Tiguan is a great soft-roader. Many owners use this type of vehicle as the main family car, and here is where it excels. It is good to drive, has a choice of economical engines, is well-built and classy. Both two-wheel drive and four –wheel drive versions are available, but it isn't the best off-road even in in 4x4 derivatives. Owners like the flexibility and space, and running costs are pretty low due to high second hand values. Medium-sized SUV’s are set to be popular for the foreseeable future and the Tiguan is a fine example of one. Apost Right
  • Volkswagen Cc Saloon
    4.5 out of 5 - 6 Ratings
    Overview
  • Volkswagen Golf Estate
    4.1 out of 5 - 230 Ratings
    Overview
  • Volkswagen Sharan Mpv
    3.8 out of 5 - 6 Ratings
    Overview
  • Volkswagen Touareg 4x4
    4.4 out of 5 - 21 Ratings
    Overview
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