Structurally related to the four-door Jetta sedan, Volkswagen's compact front-wheel-drive Golf hatchback comes with either two or four doors. The automaker also produces a performance-oriented companion called the GTI coupe. A new version of Volkswagen's 1.9-liter diesel engine rated at... Read Full Report
Two Volkswagen Golfs have passed under my hands recently, and they were as different from each other as they could be. The first was a roaring R32, a limited-edition pocket rocket with 240-horsepower, all-wheel drive, rock-hard suspension and a cocky attitude. The unassuming VW compact was transformed by the performance treatment and turned heads with both its shocking acceleration and its equa... Read full review for the 2005 Volkswagen Golf
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After owning Hondas and Acuras, VW's TDI has the advantage of being more reliable, more fuel efficient, and much more fun to drive. I often meet other TDI owners at the diesel pump with well over 250,... Read Full Review
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