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If you’re looking for a weekend adventure vehicle with plenty of room that doubles as a sporty commuter for your daily ride, consider the new VW Golf Alltrack. With VW’s patented 4MOTION all-wheel drive system and excellent clearance, the Alltrack is the perfect vehicle to explore the road less traveled or take that weekend ski trip. A 1.8L turbocharged engine runs on regular unleaded fuel, delivering 32 mpg on the highway with plenty of power. Test drive the new Alltrack when you visit Chapman VW Tucson.

Follow Your Lust for Adventure Off-road

The VW Golf Alltrack may not look like your typical off-road explorer, but with the help of 4MOTION all-wheel drive you can climb the steepest hills, clear obstacles in your path and safely go where few other wagons dare to tread. Put the all-wheel drive into off-road mode for the optimal traction control and to utilize the hill descent control that will turn the white knuckle experience of going down steep declines into just another day on the road. When the road levels out a bit, you’ll enjoy the use of the steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters to put the Alltrack through its paces. Once you’re feeling more leisurely, let the automatic transmission effortlessly transition between gears for the best in efficiency and performance.

No Sacrificing Comfort Here

The comfortable interior of the VW Golf Alltrack is not only relaxing, but the available technology makes it a joy to drive. With an optional 400 watt Fender Premium Audio System, you can wrap yourself in a blanket of your favorite tunes while taking occasional breaks for some hands-free communication. The VW Car-Net App-Connect gives you access to a limited number of apps from your phone. That includes, maps, messages, podcasts and more. VW Car-Net also features upgraded navigation ability that gives real-time traffic reports, news, sports and weather. A standard rearview camera system and available driver assistance features can help you out of a jam, whether you’re on the highway or traversing some long lost trail. The Alltrack earned the highest safety rating available from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration because of its safety features, including a safety cage with front and rear crumple zones and the use of high-strength steel in some key body parts.

Three Different Trim Levels Available

The Alltrack comes in three trim levels, starting at just $25,850 for the S model. The S includes all-wheel drive with off-road mode and the VW Car-Net App Connect. For a bit more money you can get the SE, which comes with a panoramic sunroof and keyless access. The SEL is the premium choice and offers 18-inch Canyon wheels, leatherette seating surfaces and touchscreen navigation. Explore the entire inventory and take a test drive when you visit Chapman VW Tucson.

All-new Jetta Debuting at Detroit Auto Show

Volkswagen is keeping pretty tight-lipped about its plans for the all-new Jetta prior to its debut at the upcoming North American International Auto Show in Detroit, but the company has released some sketches that promise the popular sedan will be sporting a futuristic look. As the best-selling German car in America for many years, the Jetta  has offered affordable quality with a sporty drive. The 2019 model promises something special, as the company moves the VW Jetta to its innovative MQB chassis, which sits under the well-reviewed Golf. Stay in touch with Chapman VW Tucson to see when the first new Jetta will be available for a test drive.

MQB Offers Vehicle Versatility

It’s fair to say at some point almost all the VW lineup will be based on the Modularer Querbaukasten (MQB) chassis, which sets down some hard points in the production line that are common across all vehicles. The standardization will improve efficiency and quality across the line, allowing integration of different components as large as engines and transmissions. This ability to switch vehicle production on the fly will save the company, and presumably consumers, in the long run while allowing VW to increase output on popular vehicles while decreasing the production of those that aren’t selling so well.

Jetta Racking Up Miles in Maricopa

During its development, the 2019 Jetta has been racking up millions of miles on the Jetta prototype to make sure it can handle heat, corrosion and other factors that can only be tested in the desert track in nearby Maricopa. Motor Trend magazine was among a group of journalists invited to test the new Jetta recently. They liked the way it handled, noting that the new Jetta will have a full I-beam in the rear as opposed to the current independent rear suspension. The new setup provides firmer handling, much like the popular Golf.

Catch the 2018 Jetta Now

If you can’t wait for the new model to come to Chapman VW Tucson around the third quarter of this year, check out the large inventory of 2018 VW Jetta sedans. Starting at just $18,645, the Jetta comes in six different trim packages, topping out at the turbocharged GLI. If efficiency is your goal, the S, Wolfsburg Edition and SE models are powered by a 1.4L turbocharged engine that rates up to 40 mpg on the highway. All the Jetta models are covered by Volkswagen’s People First Warranty, which provides peace of mind for 6 years or 72,000 miles, whichever comes first. That’s double the warranty of most competitors, proving VW’s confidence of the durability of its complete lineup.

Golf Cleans Up on ‘10Best’ List

Praising a number of different VW Golf models for their value, dynamics and exceptional versatility, Car and Driver magazine recently named the Golf R, SportWagen, Alltrack, Golf and e-Golf to its annual “10Best” list. “The Golf’s secret to 10Best success is its ambition: It’s not only the best and most versatile car in its class, every year it vies for the title of top vote-getter on our 10Best ballot,” according to Car and Driver editors. “It’s almost a luxury car ­ refined, well-equipped and tastefully appointed. It just happens to be small, practical, and relatively affordable. Its road manners are impeccable, its handling balanced in a way that now escapes most cars.” For a wide selection of the VW Golf lineup, visit Chapman VW Tucson and take advantage of some year-end holiday deals.

Varied Lineup Offers Number of Choices

Whether you’re just looking for a fun car to drive without breaking the bank or desire the driving dynamics of a powerful sports car, the VW Golf lineup has something for everyone. The Golf hatchback starts at just $20,910 and delivers a surprising number of features, interior refinement and sharp exterior styling. The 2018 model year adds LED daytime running lights on all Golf models, as well as LED taillights, brand new bumpers and a chrome grille. All the models also received upgraded entertainment screens to provide the ultimate in entertainment and connectivity. “We are honored that Car and Driver has named the Volkswagen Golf models to its 2018 ‘10Best’ list,” according to Hinrich J. Woebcken, CEO of VW Group of America. “Earning this award for the 12th consecutive year validates the consistency of the Golf family in delivering unmatched quality and performance at a competitive price point.”

People’s Warranty Shows VW Commitment

To show that the company believes in the quality and dependability of its Golf lineup, VW has instituted the People First Warranty for the 2018 model year. That means every gas-powered Golf is covered for 6 years and 72,000 miles from bumper-to-bumper including the powertrain. That’s double the coverage of most competitors, showing that VW puts its money where its corporate mouth is. “VW has always stood for strong value, and this warranty proves our commitment to that goal,” according to VW VP Derrick Hatami. “Now you don’t have to buy a luxury car to get a luxury-level warranty.” See why VW is so confident in the quality of its material, design and workmanship when you visit Chapman VW Tucson and test drive a new Golf.

If you were in your 20s in the 1960s, chances are you either were someone with a flower in your hair or you knew someone who wore a macramé vest over a tie-dyed shirt and smelled of incense. Chances also are that one of the people in your group drove a cute little VW Beetle, adorned with peace symbols and “make love, not war” bumper stickers. As a simple car designed for people who needed some reliable transportation on a budget, the Beetle has evolved over the years. You still see some adorned with flower stickers, but the 2018 VW Beetle is a far cry from what you drove in the 60s. With a peppy turbo engine, both heating AND air conditioning and the modern technology that today’s drivers crave, chances are you’ll go wild when you look over the new VW Beetle inventory at Chapman VW Tucson.

Same General Shape with Modern Design

The 2018 VW Beetle is generally the same shape as that one you remember from your youth, but modern design touches such as a rear spoiler, large alloy wheels, sport style bumpers and Bi-Xenon headlights bring the little Bug into the 21st Century. The interior pays homage to the vehicle’s lineage, with retro gauges that use modern technology to provide the essential vehicle information you need. A vintage glovebox design is another reminder of days gone by, but a leather-wrapped multi-function steering wheel, available V-Tex leatherette seating surfaces and customizable ambient lighting are all modern features that bring the Beetle up-to-date.

New 2.0L Engine Provides More Pep

For 2018, the VW engineers rolled out a new 2.0L turbocharged engine that would run laps around your old 1960s Beetle. With 174 horsepower and 184 pounds of torque, you’ll have no problem accelerating past trucks or merging onto a crowded freeway. The engine is not only powerful and fun, but it delivers 33 mpg on the highway. The only reason to stop on a road trip will be for a bathroom break or to pick up more incense.

Power to the People First Warranty

Another good reason to consider the VW Beetle as your next vehicle is the new People First Warranty that offers bumper-to-bumper coverage for 6 years or 72,000 miles, whichever comes first. That’s double the coverage of most manufacturers, showing Volkswagen has the confidence in the materials and craftsmanship of its entire lineup. Take some time to see what you’ve missed in the transformation of the VW Beetle by taking a test drive at Chapman VW Tucson today.

Just Sign Then Drive a New VW Home

One of Volkswagen’s most popular, and simple, sales events is going on now through November 30 at Chapman VW Tucson. The concept could not be easier: You visit the lot, pick out the vehicle of your dreams, take a test drive and then sign a few papers before taking the vehicle to a loving home. Aside from taxes and fees, there is no money due at signing. That means no down payment, no security deposit and in the case of a lease, no first month’s payment. The VW Sign and Drive Event is just one more thing to be thankful for this holiday season.

Lease the Best Way to Get More Vehicle

If you’ve never considered a lease before, it makes sense if you like to change vehicles every three years or so. During the VW Sign and Drive Event, you can get very low payments on some of VW’s hottest models. If you need a sedan that’s both sporty and efficient, consider the compact Jetta or mid-size Passat. Qualified customers can lease the Jetta for just $259 a month and the Passat for only $309 a month with no money down. If you need an SUV, consider the totally redesigned Tiguan S with 4Motion all-wheel drive for just $299 a month. Have a big family? The three-row Atlas is the talk of the SUV world with its technical innovations and enormous size. Qualified lessees can lease one today through November 30 for just $399 a month with no down payment, no security deposit and no first month payment.

How About Zero Percent Interest?

If the Sign and Drive Event doesn’t motivate you to buy a new VW, how about the possibility of free financing? The remaining stock of many 2017 VW models on the Chapman VW Tucson lot is offered at zero percent financing for 60 months to qualified buyers. That includes the 2017 Jetta, Passat, Golf, Golf GTI, Golf SportWagen, Tiguan, Golf Alltrack and Touareg. The 2018 Atlas and Tiguan are offered at just 1.9 percent APR. All offers are good through November 30th and dependent on approved credit.

People’s Warranty for the People’s Car

Volkswagen translates to the “People’s Car,” and now the company offers a warranty to match. The People First Warranty is the best coverage in the industry, offering peace of mind on most VWs bumper-to-bumper for six years and 72,000 miles. That’s double the coverage of most auto manufacturer’s, taking care of repairs as the result of a defect in material or workmanship. It shows that VW has the faith that is products are truly best for the people. Take advantage of these offers when you head into Chapman VW Tucson before the end of November.