Volkswagen reviews

  • Volkswagen Up

    The Volkswagen Up city car isn't revolutionary, it's just quantifiably better than the opposition

    From £7,6608
  • Volkswagen Polo BlueGT

    The warm Volkswagen Polo BlueGT promises both performance and efficiency, offering a halfway house between conventional and GTI models

    From £17,4008
  • Volkswagen Polo

    Volkswagen Polo

    The fifth-generation Volkswagen Polo has junior Golf looks, but is that enough?

    From £10,1658
  • VW e-Up

    Volkswagen e-Up

    The Volkswagen e-Up is a typically polished (if slightly uninspiring) effort, and kick-starts competition in the small electric car category

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  • Volkswagen Beetle

    The Volkswagen Beetle is only the third all-new model since the original launched in 1938. It is based on the Mk6 Golf, but the base car is far better

    From £19,3656
  • Volkswagen Golf

    Just how good is the mighty Volkswagen Golf, Europe's best selling car that's now in its seventh generation?

    From £15,8279
  • Volkswagen Golf R

    Volkswagen Golf R

    Does this new engine and platform reform the buttoned-down R?

    9
  • Volkswagen Golf R 2010-2012

    The Volkswagen Golf R is based on the Audi S3, but is rated below it due to less standard equipment and extra cost

    From £30,7128
  • Volkswagen Golf GTI Mk7

    Volkswagen Golf GTI Mk7

    Can the hottest new Volkswagen Golf GTI ignite passion as well as desirability?

    From £25,8458
  • Volkswagen Golf GTI Mk6 2009-2012

    The Volkswagen Golf GTI costs more than an equivalent Scirocco. Is it worth it?

    From £25,3628
  • Volkswagen Golf Plus

    The Volkswagen Golf Plus offers extra space but little in the way of added versatility. Is that enough?

    From £17,5407
  • Volkswagen Scirocco

    Golf-based coupe comes at a surprisingly tempting price

    From £19,7809
  • Volkswagen Scirocco R

    Is the Volkswagen Scirocco R more engaging than a very competitive array of hot hatch and small coupé rivals?

    From £29,6878
  • Volkswagen Eos

    The Volkswagen Eos has much cachet and is pleasant and predictable to drive, but is feeling a little bit long-in-the-tooth

    From £26,3358
  • Volkswagen Jetta

    The Volkswagen Jetta has a big boot, pleasant dynamics and good pricing, but is a bit dull

    From £17,3307
  • Volkswagen Passat

    The VW Passat is a competent family car - but does it show any flair?

    From £19,5058
  • Volkswagen CC

    The Volkswagen CC is not quite as pretty as it's predecessors but still superior to the Passat

    From £23,6277
  • Volkswagen Phaeton

    The Volkswagen Phaeton’s decade-old platform needs more than a tweak to be a success in the luxury car market

    From £52,6904
  • Volkswagen Touran

    The Volkswagen Touran has a good chassis but little inspiration and a bland appearance

    From £18,6858
  • Volkswagen Sharan

    The Volkswagen Sharan is a refined, flexible and spacious seven-seat MPV, albeit one that is more expensive than its Seat Alhambra sister car

    From £24,0107
  • Volkswagen Tiguan

    Does the Volkswagen Tiguan blend a hint of SUV bad-weather confidence with decent on-road dynamics?

    From £20,7406
  • Volkswagen Touareg

    The second-generation Volkswagen Touareg has gone on a diet and become more efficient

    From £41,1708
  • Volkswagen Caravelle

    The Volkswagen Caravelle is a rugged workhorse to carry people and luggage. That's why it is so popular as an airport taxi

    From £33,2486
  • Volkswagen California

    The Caravelle-based Volkswagen California camper offers a clever and cost-effective combination of family transport and accommodation. And it needn’t be motorhome-beige

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  • Volkswagen Amarok

    Can this double cab pick-up compete with established competitors in its class?