What does it take to build an icon? The Beetle is a favorite for its unique design and vibrant color options, plus it has a long history that is enough to hit on the nostalgia of many people. How do other compact cars compare to this friendly-looking hatchback?Beetle vs Mini Cooper
Everything that makes the standard Beetle a favorite can be found here, but without a top to cramp your style. The Beetle Convertible shares the same features, but with a power-folding soft top design. Best of all, its low price makes it possible for anyone to enjoy it.
There are a plenty of options on the market if you’re looking for a simple, practical car without the bells and whistles, but for those who enjoy extra frills, the CC is a winner. Unlike other luxury options, it doesn’t get a jaw-dropping price just for its badging.
Each year the VW Golf gets better and better, and this is clearest when comparing it to its competition. The hatchback has more cargo room than most rivals, even competing against SUVs, and its driving style mixes efficiency with fun thanks to a turbocharged engine.Golf vs Golf GTI
While the Golf is a fun car, the Golf GTI adds a bit more excitement to the driving experience. It not only has a more powerful engine and better transmission options, but sporty touches are added to both the interior and exterior to add a sense of style.Golf GTI vs Focus ST
Golf GTI vs Golf R
No model within the Volkswagen lineup can boast the specs of the Golf R, which has the most potent engine and standard all-wheel drive, making it a performance powerhouse. It also has an attractive interior with high quality materials, adding to the overall experience.
The station wagon was once the very symbol of domestic life, and it’s not hard to see why. The extra cargo space of the Golf SportWagen provides plenty of room for sporting gear, large purchases and more, while having a similar driving style to the standard Golf.Golf Alltrack vs Outback
Every vehicle segment holds some appeal to shoppers, but the economy car has a wide reach as it is practical for saving gas on long commutes, and has a low starting price. The Jetta doesn’t make shoppers sacrifice quality either, with well-fitted, premium materials.Jetta vs Impreza
Jetta vs Civic
Jetta vs Passat
Who says a family car can’t be fun to drive? Volkswagen certainly doesn’t hold this to be true, as the Passat earns high praise for its driving style, while still offering a roomy interior and other benefits shoppers look for most.Passat vs Camry
It’s clear crossovers are becoming a high-demand option as drivers enjoy the high ride height, more spacious interiors and feeling of stability. The smaller size of the Tiguan makes it easy to maneuver, and it doesn’t drop down in efficiency like bulkier options.Tiguan vs Touareg
When it comes to premium SUVs, often the price doesn’t match what is offered. This isn’t the case with the Touareg, which not only has a host of premium standard features, but is a model that is built with the capabilities that are expected of models within the segment.