If you are thinking about buying a new or used Volkswagen the best way to see what the car is really like is to actually drive one and we encourage all of our customers to book a test drive at our Edinburgh dealerships. However if you want to get a feel for the cars in the new Volkswagen range before you take a test drive then this independent video review section is the ideal place for you.
The up! has enabled the Volkswagen brand to regain the initiative in the important citycar sector
Volkswagen has reinvented the Beetle. Bigger and more efficient, the third gen version is a far better car.
Volkswagen's Golf is the family hatchback against which all others are judged.
Higher quality, better residuals, a more spacious rear seat and an extremely clever metal folding roof.
The latest generation Jetta is bigger and sleeker, offering customers a refreshingly different alternative.
Today's Passat is a thoughtful kind of car. It's ever youthful and newly invigorated.
The Scirocco has enjoyed a mild makeover but what's under the bonnet might well prove more interesting.
The Sharan is Volkswagen's idea of the ultimate big people carrier with a variety of seating options and punchy yet economical engines.
If you're torn between a budget-minded compact SUV and the plusher, premium model, then Tiguan could be the ideal solution.
With seven seats fitted as standard, this current Touran is equipped to compete with the top models in the compact MPV class.
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Volkswagen secured the honour of being amongst the first with its own environmental brand when the BlueMotion debuted.
If you want all the practical qualities of the Golf and a little bit more, it needn't cost the earth.
Built in Brazil, the Fox was as basic as the Lupo was chi-chi. As a used buy, it's now starting to gain a bit of momentum.
Volkswagen may have been late to the coupe-convertible party but the car they eventually developed, the Eos, is one of the best of its type.
Whatever way you look at it, the Beetle is here, it's sold rather well and it's great fun to own.
To say that Volkswagen's sixth generation Passat went back to basics would be underselling quite what a technically sophisticated car
Volkswagen figured that a compact 4x4 with the basic qualities of its popular Golf hatchback hit the right notes. The Tiguan is that car.
The Touran certainly couldn't be accused of skimping on space and versatility.
A car that many feel is better looking than its Porsche cousin, the Cayenne, and which also features a wide range of powerplants.