Archive for July, 2018

Is it better to service your car at the dealer?

Tuesday, July 31st, 2018
VW technician performing inspection

Do I need to service my car at the dealership I bought it from?

When you buy a new car, or at least a “new-to-you” car, you want to keep it in the best condition you can. After all, it was one of the more expensive purchases you’ll be making. Naturally this has you wondering: Do I need to service my car at the dealership I bought it from? Even if you don’t want to visit the same dealer, you’re likely wondering if you can take it to anyone at all, or if this will void the warranty. (more…)

Why are VW warning symbols different colors?

Tuesday, July 24th, 2018
Dark gauge cluster with illuminate oil lamp

What are the different Volkswagen dashboard warning lights?

There are some lights in your dashboard that we hope are obvious by the time you are on the road by yourself. That little gas pump icon? It means you’re low on fuel. Others, like the check engine light, have a vague meaning, while still others are a complete puzzle. If you find yourself wondering what the meaning is behind the different dashboard warning lights, you’ve come to the right place. (more…)

Pick your style with the Beetle exterior paint colors

Tuesday, July 17th, 2018
Red 2018 Volkswagen Beetle

2018 Volkswagen Beetle Color Options

Now it may not be the case that color options are the most important decision when it comes to purchasing a new vehicle, but we must admit it’s a fun element once you’ve already decided on the car you want. Especially when it’s a model like the 2018 Volkswagen Beetle. This whimsical compact hatchback has been capturing the imaginations of drivers around the globe for more than seven decades. Naturally, it’s a bit of a dream to own one for those who are fans of the heritage-inspired car. So, what are your paint color options? (more…)

Top Instagram Photos of the MKI Volkswagen Golf

Tuesday, July 10th, 2018
Volkswagen Rabbit MK1 black and white

We know there are some of you out there who are likely shaking your heads. The MKI Golf? No. In America, it was called the Rabbit. The model has a bit of history changing between the Rabbit, to the Golf, back to the Rabbit for one generation, before officially sticking with the Golf nameplate. Despite all these changes in the U.S., the model has always been known as the Golf over in Europe. Here, we present the top Instagram photos of this favorite vehicle. Whatever you prefer to call it. (more…)