What’s New in the 2019 Volkswagen SportWagen?
Some models see big changes with the new model year while others see only a little fine tuning here and there. Volkswagen decided to go big with changes to the 2019 Jetta and some surprising changes to the Atlas in only its second year, but now we’re on to the wagon version of the iconic Golf. Available in three different trim levels (S, S 4Motion, and SE), this is a viable choice for someone looking for more space than the conventional Golf. Check out what’s new in the 2019 Volkswagen SportWagen here on our blog! Read the rest of this entry
Engine Specs in the 2019 Mazda CX-5
If you’re looking for a little more out of your compact SUV, it might be time to upgrade. While Mazda vehicles are priced similar to conventional automakers, they offer many extra features found mostly in vehicles from luxury automakers. The newest CX-5 has been upgraded under the hood, so it’s time to check out the engine specs in the 2019 Mazda CX-5. Check it out below! Read the rest of this entry
What’s New in the 2019 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack?
Here at Hall Cars, we’re excited to release all the information we have about the newest Volkswagen models to you. The iconic Volkswagen Golf has stood the test of time and continues into 2019, which includes the longer version of the Golf: the Golf Alltrack. Read on to learn what’s new in the 2019 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack here on our blog! Read the rest of this entry
Remote start is a convenient feature found across a broad range of automakers. As the name implies, it allows drivers to turn on their vehicles from the comfort of somewhere other than the vehicle. Volkswagen, not surprisingly, offers Remote Start in each of their models. Learn how to use Remote Start in your 2019 Volkswagen by checking out the short video below! Read the rest of this entry
What’s New in the 2019 Volkswagen Beetle?
The iconic Beetle is back and ready for business in 2019. Unfortunately for Beetle fans everywhere, this will be the last model produced, as Volkswagen has announced they will cease production of the Beetle after the 2019 model year. That means you can expect some last-second updates and Hail Marys that are sure to be worth checking out. Take a look at what’s new in the 2019 Volkswagen Beetle! Read the rest of this entry