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4 Ways to Give Your VW’s Wheels a Fresh Look

Have damaged or outdated wheels on your VW? Here are some upgrade ideas that will turn heads.

8 Cool VW Accessories You Can Buy Online

Looking for a good way to show your V-Dub love? Start with these 8 must-own accessories.

Don't Miss These Five Surprising TDI Engine Swaps

Many car and off-road enthusiasts remain fans of the VW TDI engine - and are willing to go the extra mile with unconventional swaps to prove it!

How the Price of the Passat Has Changed Since 1974

Check out how the price of the luxurious-yet-affordable VW Passat has evolved since the 70s.

In-Car Tech to Look Forward to In Future Volkswagens

Volkswagen’s current technology is pretty cool, but wait until you hear what they have in the works!

Volkswagen Engine Codes - P0441

Find out the mechanical problem indicated by Volkswagen OBD-II code P0441, and how to fix the problem on your VW.

3 Common 2013 Volkswagen Passat Fuel System Problems

When fuel pumps fail, there's a good chance other parts of your VW will be damaged, too. Learn to look for failure indicators before major damage occurs.

The 5 Most Collectible VWs of the Last 10 Years

VW continues to produce collectible models year after year - and here are our 5 favorites from the last decade.

11 Awesome Vintage VW Ads

Check out these vintage ads showcasing the kind of humor that made VW the darlings of the ad world.

A Farewell to the Two Door GTI

Calling all fans of the 2-door VW GTI: Act Fast! The 2017 model will be the last time the 2-door variant is available.

Beetle Hacks

Maximize the all-around reliability and the fun factor of your VW Beetle with these awesome hacks!

Do I Need to Fix My VW’s Power Steering?

Find out how a power steering failure could be a symptom of a greater problem, and what to do about it.

OEM Brake Pads vs After-Market Pads - What You Need To Know

OEM brake pads are almost always the best option when replacing your VW brake pads - Find out why here.

Are OEM VW Parts REALLY Better?

The simple answer: Yes, OEM parts are consistently the best option - and here's why.