Archive for the ‘FAQs’ Category
What is MPGe and how is it different from regular MPG?
You seen MPGe somewhere. Likely for a plug-in hybrid or all-electric vehicle. However, those numbers often seem way too big, usually over 100. Is there some weird math that artificially pumps numbers or are EVs actually that much more efficient?
What does MPGe really mean?(more…)
Volkswagen Answers More Common EV Questions
You’ve probably seen headlines in the news recently about electric vehicle companies with skyrocketing stock prices. Similarly, more and more auto companies are showing interest in producing well-made, affordable all-electric vehicles.
Today, we’ll be answering two big questions about EVs: “How much does it cost to charge and EV?” and “Aren’t EVs more expensive than regular cars?”(more…)
Hatchback vs Subcompact SUV: What’s the difference and which should I get?
A couple years back, an article by Popular Mechanics stated that “cars, in case you haven’t heard, are dead. More specifically, cars are crossovers now.” And while that statement is hyperbolic, as they are still many cars on the market today, it does have a kernel of truth to it. As the article suggests, fewer hatchbacks are being produced, while an army of small, eerily similar subcompact crossovers are taking their place.
So, is a subcompact crossover essentially just a hatchback or is it just a similar vehicle that taps into the same part of the market? Let’s take a look at some of the differences between the two.(more…)
Volkswagen Answers Common EV Questions
Many people are apprehensive about buying an electric vehicle. That’s mainly because there are a lot of questions that don’t have obvious answers.
Today, we’ll show you the Volkswagen answers to two of those questions: “How long does it take to charge an electric car,” and “What happens if I don’t have private parking?”(more…)
Volkswagen Acronyms Explained: GTI & GLI
While browsing the Volkswagen lineup, you may have noticed that the Golf and Jetta have variants that aren’t technically classified as the same model. Those models are the Golf GTI and Jetta GLI, respectively. So, what do those acronyms indicate?
What do GTI and GLI stand for on a Volkswagen?(more…)
5 Reasons You Should Have Satellite Radio
With the advent of streaming, many people have moved away from radio completely. However, streaming comes with numerous drawbacks, a big one of which is its reliance on data. If you don’t want to burn through data any or just don’t have very good service, then satellite radio is an excellent option.
Here are five reasons why you should consider paying $10.99 a month for satellite radio.(more…)
Here’s What Happens When Your Car Lease Ends
One thing that often gets asked about leasing is what happens when the lease ends. Most people view leasing a long-term rental, so it makes sense that the vehicle needs to be “given back.” But what actually happens? What is the process and how do you do it?
Today, we’ll show you what to do when you car lease ends.(more…)
Gas vs Diesel: Which Type of Vehicle Should You Get?
This is a long one, so let’s dive right in.
Should you get a vehicle with a gasoline or a diesel engine?(more…)
These 2020 Volkswagen Vehicles have Manual Transmissions
For the vast majority of people, automatic transmissions are the way to go. Automatics take care of everything for you, without you having to worry about stalling out or the like. However, there’s just something about a stick shift that can’t be beat. If you’re like us, then you love a good stick-shift.
But which Volkswagen vehicle have manual transmissions available?(more…)
The Most Affordable Volkswagen Vehicles You Can Buy
When it comes to the determining factor for buying a car, price is often at the top. Features are all well and good, but if you can’t afford the car payment, then they don’t really matter. Luckily, there are many options for available form Volkswagen that are super affordable. But what are they?
What’s the best Volkswagen car for someone on a budget?(more…)