Throughout my week in the VolkswagenTiguan Allspace, I had the Lane Assist activated. So, yes, there I was, accepting this gently autonomous feature. At times, it may have been the changes in the road surface that moved the front wheels that moved the steering wheel; otherwise, it was definitely Volkswagen’s Lane Assist. Does this mean that I am no longer …
The umpteenth generation Volkswagen Passat, MY2020View Post
“We’ll be more than happy to sell it to anybody who wants to buy it.” Neil Lyndon mulls over the need for another new Volkswagen. At the recent launch in Scotland of the new Volkswagen Arteon, those words were the company’s answer to the question “Who is going to buy this car?” It may be witty and laconic, but this corporate line only raises another question…READ MORE
What an extremely sensible car! Tom Scanlan gives his favourable impressions of the The Volkswagen Passat SE Business. It’s handsome, too, with a striking front where the grille is at one with the headlamps and the overall proportions are, well, just right…MORE
It felt like some form of desecration to fill the loadspace of the new VW Amarok pick-up with a pile of filthy old junk. Neil Lyndon uses a pick-up for what its best at…READ MORE
The top-seller in the Volkswagen SUV ranges, the Tiguan, released on sale in June, is the 150 PS, 2-litre diesel with the manual gearbox in SE Navigation trim – and I am not surprised. – READ MORE
Reviewed | The Volkswagen Golf AlltrackView Post
Some things in the car industry can’t be faked or fiddled. As has now been breath-takingly demonstrated, emissions figures can (and will) be falsified. Fuel consumption figures can be rigged…
The new VW Passat Estate is such a dumbfoundingly complex and advanced car. That when Volkswagen launched it to the press earlier this year, they had to produce a lengthy supplement to the normal press pack just to cover the extraordinary range of gizmos on offer..
Add the GTI bit to a the Volkswagen name and many minds will straight onto the original Mark 1 Golf GTI..