Tag : Volkswagen
Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche vehicles are taking part in a Hamburg Airport trial of autonomous parking that could see the launch of a new service within … Read More »
The Volkswagen Connect telematics solution is now being fitted as standard on all new Up and Polo models, bringing drivers a range of fuel economy features … Read More »
Volkswagen’s premium-class Touareg SUV will be replaced at the end of this year, with the new model including a plug-in hybrid for the first time.
Volkswagen has big plans for its compact crossover, explains Alex Grant.
The Golf still feels like a great solution to the challenges of work and home life, reckons Alex Grant.
The Volkswagen brand is to create an additional board of management division to oversee its electric mobility programme, launching on 1 February.
Volkswagen is updating 2018 Passat models with extra equipment while new petrol engine options are now available for the Golf.
Volkswagen’s new Tiguan Allspace seven-seat SUV is now available to order, bringing increased space and practicality compared to the standard version.
The Transport Committee has reiterated its call for the Government to take action on compensation for owners affected by ‘Dieselgate’ as it publishes latest correspondence from … Read More »
Volkswagen Group UK managing director Paul Willis has said that it remains the Group position that “there is no basis for compensation” for customers within the … Read More »
Featuring updated styling and a new 1.5-litre TSI petrol engine, Volkswagen’s facelifted Golf SV is now on sale, priced from £20,475.
Changing fashions mean the now-niche Beetle perhaps has more impact than ever, reckons Alex Grant.
The next hearing in the UK legal action against the Volkswagen Group for its use of so-called ‘defeat devices’ will take place on Monday 27 November, … Read More »
The Department for Transport and Volkswagen are being urged to take action as new figures show a third of Volkswagen cars with so-called ‘defeat devices’ remain … Read More »
Petrol power returns to the Passat, but is it a step too far for fleets? Alex Grant finds out.
The Polo does so much, so well, that it could tempt buyers out of the Golf, reckons Alex Grant.
Campaigners from Greenpeace have stormed a ship importing Volkswagen diesel cars into the UK as they call for the cars to be sent back to Germany.
Car groups including Renault-Nissan, VW and Kia have become the latest manufacturers to launch scrappage schemes intended to tempt buyers to new, less-polluting vehicles.
Volkswagen has previewed its facelift Golf Sportsvan, which debuts at this September’s Frankfurt Motor Show alongside the long-awaited T-Roc…
Volkswagen could soon be selling more SUVs in ‘true fleet’ than it does Golfs, with the forthcoming T-Roc crossover potentially able to outperform the Passat once … Read More »
Volkswagen Group has written to a number of customers in a move to strengthen confidence in software fixes being deployed on diesel vehicles and to encourage … Read More »
Volkswagen has added a 128 Bhp petrol engine to the Golf line-up, which offers fuel consumption as low as 58.8 mpg with CO2 emissions from 110g/km.
This week's top fleet industry stories... Mazda said its 2019 Skyactiv-X petrol could bring better fuel efficiency than the current Skyactiv-D diesel. Ultra-efficient Mazda petrol could ... Read More »
This week's top fleet industry stories... The report says motorists could face a 90% hike in the cost of driving on London’s roads under the road ... Read More »
Launching late this year, the sixth-generation Polo could make drivers question the need to move up to a Golf. By Alex Grant.