Volkswagen Cars and Reviews
To keep buyers coming in the doors, VW has made changes across its entire 2015 lineup, including minor styling and equipment tweaks to the Tiguan and Jetta, offering a more powerful diesel engine on the Beetle and Passat, updating the alloy wheel designs for the CC, and creating a Final Edition trim level for what will be the Eos convertible's last year of production. Most noteworthy is the redesigned 2015 Golf and its GTI and Golf R derivatives. All are highlighted by new styling, more room, and a broadened array of standard features. They're also now accompanied by an electric e-Golf offering an EPA-rated 83-mile range and a Golf SportWagen that fills a void created by the discontinued Jetta SportWagen.