2014 VW Polo Facelift

Take a look at fresh photos of new facelifted VW Polo. The new German supermini gets new engines and technologies.

In exterior new Polo gets redesigned bumpers that feature a chrome line and a more wider space for the plate at the rear. The new Polo will also gets LED headlights with a distinctive light signature (as option). Don’t forget five new alloy wheel designs complete the exterior update. Continue reading

New VW Golf Mk7 for American Market will be Produced in Mexico

New VW Golf Mk7

On Friday, VW’s spokesman Christoph Adomat announced that VW would start building the new Golf Mk7 at its plant in Puebla, Mexico, from the first quarter of 2014. Mexican-built VW Golfs will be sold in the North and South American markets and will supplement those imported from its German plants.
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List of safest cars for 2013

List of safest cars for 2013

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has revealed its annual Top Safety Picks List for new 2013 year. As we know, IIHS only evaluated 29 vehicles with its new testing procedures for TSP+. Luxury cars were the first groups evaluated.
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VW recalls 2012-2013 Beetle models

2012  VW  Beetle Turbo

As you know, earlier this year, Volkswagen recalled 83 2012 Beetle models for being equipped with the wrong tires. Today Volkswagen has issued a recall for 2,471 Beetle models over faulty occupant control modules in the front passenger seat. According to the NHTSA, if the seat in certain 2012 and 2013 model year vehicles gets wet, the module may malfunction and may not detect the presence of a child restraint. If that happens, the airbag will not shut off and will deploy in the event of a collision. Such a scenario could greatly increase the risk of serious child injury.
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2013 VW Beetle Convertible Goes on Sale in Germany

2013 VW Beetle Convertible

Volkswagen has released pricing for the cabrio version of its new Beetle in Germany, with more European countries to follow. North American sales to begin before the end of the year, after its world premiere at this month’s Los Angeles Auto Show. Sorry, but no word about pricing for U.S. yet.
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