The Volkswagen lineup of 2007 vehicles spans the gamut from the hardtop convertible, Eos, to the luxury SUV, Touareg, and
models in between. No matter where you look in the Volkswagen stable, quality, innovation, and safety abound. Take the 2007
Volkswagen GTI for example, with its passenger protection in the form of a rigid steel protective cage and 2.0 liter 200 hp
turbocharged engine, there are no limits to the fun you can have.
The wonders of the 2007 Volkswagen Passat Wagon are myriad, including 36 cubic feet of cargo space, yet near-luxury car
styling and features. What can compare to the Passat Wagon when it comes to its practicality and safety, notably its
rain-sensing wipers and heated mirrors. You quickly realize that those features are not just amenities, but full-fledged
necessities if you use your Passat Wagon for morning commute driving. We can think of no better-equipped wagon than the
Passat to traverse the roads in the US during these times of unexpected weather extremes.
Whether on city streets, the long highway, or the rough and tumble outback, the 2007 Volkswagen Touareg takes it all in
stride, with 3 engine configurations and permanent 4-wheel drive. You can manage icy roads, desert terrain, or scorching
superhighway easy as you please. Touareg also monitors weight distribution to the four wheels and adjusts wheel-body distance
with an amazing air suspension system.
Crowd-pleaser that it is, Volkswagen knows when to bring back classic vehicles for an encore performance, case in point, the
New Beetle. The 2007 Volkswagen Beetle is the engineering manifestation of happiness. Not even the most ardent
stick-in-the-mud can squelch the automatic smile he gets after seeing the New Volkswagen Beetle for the first time.
Volkswagen has in its stable a group of thoroughbreds that offer the promise of driving excitement, practicality, and safety
no matter which model you choose.
2012 Volkswagen Touareg
The five-seat Volkswagen Touareg was designed as a direct competitor to luxury vehicles like the Lexus RX, Lincoln MKX, and Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class.
Outside, the car is just a little bit fine-tuned as compared to last year's model, with Audi-esque LED head lights and tail lights and a cleaner separation between the grille and front air dam. Also of note are the newly styled tail pipes and chrome accent work on the doors. .
Inside the Touareg, the layout is fairly standard, with a large center display screen above the climate controls. The steering wheel controls echo those in Volkswagen's other vehicles, specifically the GTI and Golf. There's also a 6.5-inch touch-screen stereo system. .
The rear seat in the 2012 Volkswagen Touareg is much roomier than that of the previous model, and the seats fold in a single motion, and both slide and recline.
Under the hood of the new Touareg, you'll find your choice of three V-6 engines - either a 280 horsepower, 3.6 liter model that uses conventional gasoline, a 225 horsepower turbocharged 3.0 liter diesel, or the gas-electric hybrid powertrain that combines a 3.0 liter engine with an electric motor for a combined 380 horsepower. more
2012 Volkswagen Tiguan
While it may have a somewhat unimpressive body style, the 2012 Tiguan has a quick engine, good fuel economy and is moderately priced at just $22,840. The bi-xenon headlights and turn signals on the side mirrors, the Tiguan will provide visibility for its driver, as well as others on the road.
2012 Volkswagen GTI
Ranging in price from the basic 2-door model at $23,995 to the 4-door with convenience and sunroof at $26,875, consumers will be hard-pressed to find a better car for that price.
2012 Volkswagen Golf
Whether you like hatchbacks or not, it’s pretty hard to argue with a starting MSRP of just$17,995 for the 2012 Volkswagen Golf. The boldly redesigned exterior dimensions of the Golf give it a highly aerodynamic figure, generating greater fuel economy.
2012 Volkswagen Eos
Unique to its class, the 2012 Volkswagen Eos has a built-in sunroof on the hardtop convertible roof. The sleek design and moderate pricing of $34,350 make the Eos a very hot commodity.