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2019 marks the last year of production for the Golf Alltrack and Sportwagen
Is the Volkswagen Golf Alltrack going out of production? Unfortunately, it is, along with another great vehicle, the Volkswagen Golf Sportwagen. This year marks a big change in the models offered by Volkswagen. As you probably know, the Volkswagen Beetle has recently ended production as well. That’s three models down. Keep reading below to learn about why this change is taking place and whether you should get a 2019 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack while you can.
Car and Driver named the 2019 Volkswagen Golf models as “10Best”
The Car and Driver magazine has named 2019 Volkswagen Golf models on its “10Best” list. Furthermore, this year is the thirteenth consecutive year that a Golf family model has been awarded this honor. At Folsom Lake Volkswagen, we are passionate about Volkswagen models, so this news has got us excited. We are happy to share the details with all of our loyal customers. Keep reading to learn why 2019 Volkswagen Golf models are “10Best.”
VW discontinued vehicles 2019
If the Volkswagen Beetle shows anything, it’s that VW tends to keep consistent with the models that it offers. Rumors have been circulating, however, regarding potentially discontinued vehicles for 2019. The Beetle is just one of them. Which nameplates would you be shocked to see go? (more…)
While we eagerly await the arrival of the 2018 Golf Alltrack here at Folsom Lake Volkswagen, let’s take a look at some of its newly-added features!
Your friends here at Folsom Lake Volkswagen are here to tell you about the new 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack. The Golf Alltrack is redefining expectations on what the inside of a wagon should look and act like.
2017 VW Golf Alltrack & Skiing-Snowboarding (PSIA-AASI) Sponsorship
Volkswagen recently announced a sponsorship with the Professional Ski Instructors of America and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors (PSIA-AASI). With the partnership, Volkswagen is helping PSIA-AASI promote access to snowsports in communities throughout the United States. (more…)
What’s the difference between the Golf Alltrack and the Golf SportWagen?
If you are looking at these two models side by side, then you may be wondering what’s the difference between the Golf Alltrack and the Golf SportWagen. They have the same 170 horsepower 1.8-liter turbo engine with 199 pound-feet of torque. They even look similar. Let us assure you that these are two very different VW machines, and we are here to explain some of the differences. (more…)
Which VW vehicles have all-wheel drive?
Whether you want all-wheel drive to provide you with peace of mind or if you want it because you know you will be forced to tackle rough roads and weather, you will want to know which VW vehicles have all-wheel drive. We have your answers right here. (more…)
2017 VW Alltrack gets NHTSA 5 -Star Safety Rating.
It’s all in the safety family for Volkswagen. That’s to say, safety is in the VW DNA. The 2017 Golf Alltrack is just the latest model to earn the National Highway Traffic Safety Association’s 5-star safety rating. Other vehicles that have earned this rating are the Golf, Beetle, Jetta and the Passat. Let’s see how the 2017 VW Alltrack gets the NHTSA 5-Star Safety Rating. (more…)
2017 VW Golf Alltrack release date
If you love all-wheel-drive and dream of off-roading, then the 2017 Golf Alltrack may just be the vehicle for you. Not only does it look more rugged than other VW offerings, but it offers an additional inch of ground clearance. This car is tough and fun to drive. That’s why we are so looking forward to the 2017 Golf VW Alltrack release date. (more…)