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Volkswagen T-Roc Cabriolet, here comes the summer

In Car Reviews, Volkswagen by Robin Roberts

Being told to go outside to reduce our chance of catching Covid-19, but to help this, there are only a few true family four-seater convertibles on the market… The T-Roc Cabriolet is Volkswagen’s first move into this sub-compact sector of open-air driving since the heydays of the Golf Convertible. It heavily draws on its experience with the Golf and it …

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The latest Volkswagen Golf eTSI 150 PS DSG Style

In Car Reviews, Hybrid, Volkswagen by Tom Scanlan

There’s a vast Gulf (German for Golf) between the VW Golf Mark 1 and the current Golf (number eight and now 47 years later). This is noted because it can be said that the more new technical stuff you buy into, the more there is to go wrong. More of that later. It must be challenging for car designers to …

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The Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace, is quite satisfying

In Car Reviews, Volkswagen by Tom Scanlan

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 …

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Volkswagen Arteon R-Line, a terrifically good car review

In Car Reviews, Volkswagen by Neil Lyndon

“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