Volkswagen is a German car manufacturer and is the world's third largest car producer after Toyota and General Motors respectively. Volkswagen means "people's car" in German.
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Volkswagen Eos Series 06
Volkswagen's entry to the increasingly busy coupe-cabrio segment can offer good looks and a painless driving experience - although whether it is good enough to justify its hefty pricetag is another matter.
Volkswagen Fox Series 05
It lacks the character of some of its rivals, but it's not hard to make a thoroughly rational case for the Fox.
Volkswagen Golf (98 - 04) Series 98
Volkswagen Golf (98 - 04). Millions of buyers can't be wrong.
Volkswagen Golf Plus Series 05
Motor manufacturers love to find new niches to fit their cars into, but the Golf Plus is maybe taking things a bit too far.
Volkswagen Golf Series 04
Volkswagen Golf. The booming popularity of this generation of Golf gives all the proof necessary that Volkswagen has got the ingredients right.
Volkswagen Golf Series 09
At first glance it may be difficult to tell the difference between this new Golf and its predecessor.
The Passat has never been the most exciting car that Volkswagen makes, but its robust reputation as a safe, dependable and inoffensive way of racking up the motorway miles has seen the manufacturer shift 15 million examples since it was launched in 1973.
Volkswagen Passat Series 05
Volkswagen Passat. Volkswagen really moved the game on with this Passat, offering buyers more space than anything else in the segment.
Volkswagen Phaeton Series 03
There's no doubting that the Phaeton is an astonishing car, the result of Volkswagen's decision to attempt to create a rival to the BMW 7-Series, Mercedes S-Class and even the Audi A8, which shares many of its mechanical components wit
This is the fifth-generation Volkswagen Polo and it takes the long-standing supermini to new levels of efficiency, refinement and, most obviously, size.
Volkswagen Scirocco Series 08
The Scirocco name might be a classic one in the annals of Volkswagen history, but the newest iteration of that car has about as much in common with the original as Volkswagen's Beetle does.
The last-generation Volkswagen Sharan seemed to be on sale forever having been launched in the mid-'90s.
Volkswagen Tiguan Series 07
The Tiguan is essentially a baby version of VW's Touareg SUV.
Long before Porsche and Volkswagen became embroiled in a bewildering fight for the ownership rights to each other's brand, the manufacturers proved they could work together very effectively by co-developing an all-new SUV platform.
Volkswagen Touran Series 03
You'll struggle to find much originality in the Touran.