Does Volkswagen make good cars?

By Product Expert | Posted in Brand Awards, Dealership Information on Monday, December 2nd, 2019 at 2:42 pm
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Car and Driver Magazine Names Volkswagen in 2020 “10Best” List

No one wants to buy a bad car. Especially when new cars can be so expensive. Just as few people want to buy a ‘good’ car. If you’re going to invest the time and money into purchasing a new vehicle, then you want the best of the best. But it can be hard to figure out which models are the best. Thankfully, there are many organizations that dedicate themselves to finding out which cars are worth your while.

So, does Volkswagen make good cars?


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Jetta GLI and Golf GTIVolkswagen Named in “10Best” List

Every year Car and Driver magazine names ten different cars in their “10Best” list that they think consumers should consider if they are looking to get a new vehicle. For the 2020 year, Both the Golf GTI and Jetta GLI make it onto the list. The Volkswagen Golf GTI is enjoying its fourteenth year on the list. It’s perennial stay on the list is indicative of its incredible quality. Just as telling is the fact that the Jetta GLI shares a spot with Golf GTI, meaning that Car and Driver testers believe the new sedan to be just as good as the fourteen-year “10Best” veteran.

Fun Driving Experience

Car and Driver describes the duo better than we could: “They are affordable; they are efficient; they are spacious, fast, and fun.” When it comes down to it, we can’t think of anything we’d add to that list, because they’ve covered it all for us. There are many good, efficient cars on the market, but how many of them can say that they’re so fun to drive that were named on of the “10Best?” We’ll wait.

Want to Own One of the “10Best?”

Call us and schedule a test drive for the Golf GTI or Jetta GLI. And when you’ve decided you need to have one, check out the Volkswagen Incentives on the Golf GTI and Jetta GLI.

 

 

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