A VW Squareback is a rare sight on the street these days. Even rarer is a restored custom Panel Squareback like this beauty.
Dealing with a broken cigarette lighter or 12V connector in your Volkswagen? Here's how to troubleshoot the problem in 3 easy steps.
Meet the Volkswagen Golf Mk2’s bigger and tougher European brother: The Golf Country
The Golf is one of VW's longest running US nameplates. Check out how the style and price of this beloved VW have changed over the last 40 years.
Having trouble getting your Volkswagen to start, even after you’ve replaced the battery? Here's why.
Find out why some say that living the #VanLife is the new American Dream.
Life is an adventure and fortune favors the bold - and nothing is more bold than living the Van Life!
In the 1970s, Volkswagen created a compact pickup version of the popular Rabbit model - so where did the Rabbit Pickup go?
Most of us are accustomed to the convenience of power door locks. If you're having trouble with your Jetta locks, here's how to pinpoint the problem.
The Passat is a reliable car, but that doesn’t mean that it’s entirely free of faults. Here are 5 common 2003 Passat issues.
Years of constant use can take a toll on your VW's seats. Here's what you can do to restore your seats to a near-new look.
Who would win the battle of the weekend wagons - the VW Golf Alltrack or the Subaru Outback? Find out!
VW’s New Golf SportWagen Limited Edition is a Great Middle Ground Car from Volkswagen - Here’s Why.
A piece of automotive cinematic history - The Fast and the Furious 1995 VW Jetta - finds a new owner at the Barrett-Jackson auction.
If you own a small VW diesel, you may be eligible to receive an emissions scandal voucher. Find out more here.
Our review of the 2015 Jetta SEL highlights the major differences between the SEL and base trim levels.
The 2015 Volkswagen Touareg offers the complete package - it combines luxury finishes with plenty of cargo room and lots of fun.
CV joints often need replacing, not because of failure, but because they are heavily prone to damage. Here’s what you need to know about Volkswagen CV joints.
Working on your own car gives you a sense of self-reliance and accomplishment. It’s also sometimes necessary when you can’t afford to pay a mechanic. Here are a few easy DIY automotive projects that most casual at-home mechanics can handle — however, take on these projects at your own risk!
The Phaeton is a car named after a greek sun god, and it isn’t often seen on roads in America. It was a car designed to take down luxury class leaders and was introduced in 2002 at the Geneva Motor Show. Since we last posted about the Phaeton, we’ve had a lot of customers and site visitors wanting us to post more about it. So here’s a little treat for Phaeton fanatics — a look at some of the cleanest and coolest Phaetons on CarDomain.com
Pretty much every Volkswagen produced since the 80s has sensor for measuring the amount of oxygen in the exhaust. This sensor transmits these signals to the ECM so it can adjust the air/fuel mixture for the engine. This helps your car runs as efficiently as possible while also reducing emissions. Here’s a deeper look at the O2 sensors on your Volkswagen.
Spark plugs aren’t made to last forever. Even ones tipped with iridium will wear out over so many miles traveled, and those are the longest lasting spark plugs. The good thing about spark plugs is they can easily be changed out when they become worn or damaged. So what kind of plugs do you use when it comes time to replace them? Most automotive experts will agree that OEM spark plugs are superior to cheap aftermarket replacements, and here’s why.
You’re not one of those poor misinformed people who thinks that big V8s are the only path to power, are you? If so, let us educate you: There’s more than one passage to big dyno numbers and low track times. Another option? Turbochargers.
Let’s talk about turbochargers — spooling, rev limiter hitting turbochargers!