2018 VW Atlas SEL Premium 4MOTION

2018 Volkswagen Atlas

Test Vehicle: 2018 Volkswagen Atlas SEL Premium MSRP: $48,740, Price as Tested: $49,665 Overall NHTSA Rating: MPG: 17 City / 23 Hwy Should I add it to my SUV shopping list? Yes! 2018 Volkswagen Atlas Review Pros & Cons What's New German…

2018 Volkswagen Atlas: Taking VW on its Shoulders

In Greek mythology, Atlas was the figure that was tasked to carry the sky on his shoulders for eternity. The 2018 Volkswagen Atlas has a role very close to the mythical Atlas, as VW is counting on Atlas to be…

2017 VW Passat V6 SEL Premium Review and Road Test

I have reviewed a lot of Volkswagens (and Audis) and I’ve liked almost all of them. The Beetle R-Line and the Beetle Dune Coupe – fun and iconic. The Golf SE and the Golf GTI S – sporty street machines, and…

2017 Volkswagen CC R-Line Executive Sedan with Carbon Road Trip

  Fall is travel baseball season and I was headed to Hershey, PA with my 11 year old son to play some baseball – a perfect opportunity to really test out the 2017 Volkswagen CC R-Line Executive with Carbon sedan.…

BFGoodrich Handles the Red Bull Global Rallycross

BFGoodrich handles the Red Bull Global Rallycross Noted tire manufacturer BFGoodrich was in Washington, D.C. last weekend as the exclusive tire sponsor for the popular Red Bull Global Rallycross Racing Series. Don’t know about the series? Well does the name…

2016 VW e-Golf

2016 Volkswagen e-Golf 4-Door SEL Premium Review & Road Test

The Hybrid Slayer? Maybe. The Volkswagen e-Golf was first introduced by VW in 2015; I had the 2016 SEL Premium model. The e-Golf comes in only two models and both basically come as equipped by Volkswagen – the SE priced…

2016 VW Passat

2016 Volkswagen Passat:  Solid safety, great performance

I’ve long been a fan of Volkswagen products.  For many decades, they’ve been big on safety and reliability, and fun to drive.  Think Rabbit, Golf, GTI, CC, and R32.  But they also offer a good value when it comes to…

2015 VW Golf GTI

2015 VW Golf GTI S Review

I should start out by saying I’m a numbers guy. 350.  396.  427.  454.  502.  That’s right. Cubic inches.  Bigger is better, right? After driving the 2015 VW Golf GTI S, propelled by its 2.0L TSI turbocharged 210 hp in-line…