Volkswagen Golf Alltrack and SportWagen to End Production in 2019
Volkswagen has followed-up the heartbreaking news that it’s ending production on the iconic Volkswagen Beetle with even more heartbreaking news – the Volkswagen Golf Alltrack and the Volkswagen Golf SportWagen are also ending production this year. There is a silver lining to this news, however, and that’s that the departure of the SportWagen and Alltrack makes room for new Volkswagen SUVs to make their debuts. So, let’s take a moment to say goodbye to the VW Golf Alltrack and SportWagen while also checking in on what’s coming next. Read the rest of this entry
Comparing the 2019 Volkswagen Golf Lineups at Herman Cook VW
For those new to Volkswagen, the sheer number of 2019 Volkswagen Golf models available can be overwhelming – and a little confusing. Are they all one 2019 VW Golf lineup? Technically, no. Do they share similarities? Yes. Is it hard to figure out which 2019 VW Golf model is right for you? Well, that depends on whether you read the rest of this post or not. That’s because we’re going to compare the 2019 Volkswagen Golf lineups available here at Herman Cook VW in Encinitas, CA, right here. Read the rest of this entry
The 2018 Golf SportWagen has been named Best Wagon in the 2019 AutoWeb Buyer’s Choice Awards. The awards represent the most in-demand vehicle in each category, based on price quote requests submitted on AutoWeb’s network of automotive websites. The 2018 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen is the only German-engineered mass-market wagon on sale in the U.S. and boasts a potent blend of performance and practicality.
“We are very proud of this win for Golf SportWagen,” said Derrick Hatami, Executive Vice President of Sales, Marketing and After Sales for Volkswagen of America, Inc. “The SportWagen offers a unique blend of style, spaciousness and Volkswagen’s hallmark fun-to-drive nature, and awards like this serve as proof point that we are hitting the mark with buyers.”
“The AutoWeb Buyer’s Choice Awards represent the most in-demand vehicles among millions of consumers,” said Jared Rowe, president and CEO of AutoWeb. “This year’s winning manufacturers are clearly delivering products that best meet the needs of today’s car buyers. More than ever, consumers expect the best in buying, driving, and ownership experiences. Congratulations to all the winners for developing vehicles that match, and often exceed, these expectations.”
The 2018 Golf SportWagen comes standard with a 1.8-liter, 170hp engine, is available in three trim levels—S, SE, and SEL—and offers available 4Motion® all-wheel drive. MSRP starts at $21,685. Click here to see our new Golf SportWagens in stock at Herman Cook VW!