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Volkswagen's 2017 Golf Alltrack

Volkswagen's 2017 Golf Alltrack is one of a trio of compact station wagons now offered by the automaker. It's being positioned as an Outback fighter. It increases ground clearance by 1 inch and adds off-road styling and standard all-wheel drive. Read the full story here. Photos by Vince Taroc.

VW's 2017 Golf SportWagen 4Motion

Volkswagen is rolling out two more small station wagons for the 2017 model year, including the Golf SportWagen 4Motion and Golf Alltrack. The Golf SportWagen 4Motion adds all-wheel drive, the DSG transmission, and is only available in the base S trim. Photos by Vince Taroc.

VW Launches Entry-Level e-Golf SE

Volkswagen will offer its entry-level e-Golf SE battery-electric vehicle for the 2016 model-year, with a starting price of $29,815 (including $820 destination charge), the automaker announced.

2015 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen TDI

Volkswagen's 2015 Golf SportWagen TDI is a powerhouse highway miler with enough comfort features for fleet drivers delivering lab samples or other low-profile cargo.

VW's 2015 Golf SportWagen TDI

Volkswagen's Golf SportWagen replaced the Jetta SportWagen for the 2015-MY, as VW moved it to the MQB-based platform used to underpin the 2015 Golf. Fleets that deployed the Jetta SportWagen TDI are shifting to this vehicle, which offers a passenger-car driving feel, impressive range, and enough cargo space for lab samples or other lower profile payloads. Read our driving impressions here. Photos by Vince Taroc.

Driving the Volkswagen e-Golf

Volkswagen's 2015 e-Golf breaks the ice as the automaker's first battery-electric vehicle available in the U.S., and provides an EPA-rated driving range of 83 miles. View photos here. Read our driving impressions here.

2015 Volkswagen e-Golf

The e-Golf drives and handles exactly like its gasoline and diesel cousins — meaning smoothly and efficiently with the kind of get up and go that modern drivers expect and the handling and solidness that fleets need.

Volkswagen's 2015 e-Golf

Volkswagen's 2015 e-Golf is the automaker's first battery-electric vehicle available in the U.S. market. The e-Golf can operate in three modes with four regenerative braking settings. It provides an EPA-rated range of 83 miles. Read our driving impressions here. Watch a video here. Photos by Vince Taroc.