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Premium Craftmanship Combines With Performance

If you’re looking for a vehicle that’s fun to drive, has plenty of room and delivers the precision of German engineering, consider the new VW Golf SportWagen. With the ability to maneuver in and out of urban traffic like a small car but the cargo room of an SUV, the Golf SportWagen defies being pigeonholed with other vehicles. Head over to Chapman VW Tucson and take a good look at the SportWagen. Slam the doors to hear the resounding thud that comes with a tight fit and finish. Take a drive and see just how sporty and fun a wagon can be. Bring the kids, bring your friends; there’s room for all in the Volkswagen SportWagen.

Turbocharged Engine Puts the Sport in SportWagen

Jump behind the wheel and feel the power of the 1.8L turbocharged engine that produces 170 horses of pure fun. As one of the 10Best vehicles on “Car and Driver” magazine’s list for 2016, the Golf SportWagen was lauded by editors, saying it “handles and rides like a premium car, with well-damped suspension motions, tightly controlled body movement, and,…crisp turn-in response to inputs from the pleasantly weighted steering.” The editors say the engine performs quicker than a motor that size should, delivering a solid 200 pound feet of torque when taking off from the line.

Interior Solid With Fine Workmanship

The SportWagen received high marks for its interior design and build, with tight gaps, quality materials and a layout that makes sense for finding and using instruments and controls. “Car and Driver” said the front seats are plenty comfortable for long road trips and that adult passengers in the back will have more than enough legroom. The infotainment system now has USB ports to hook up your smartphone, MP3 player or tablet. You can also use Bluetooth connectivity to stream music and audio books.

SE Model Offers Tons of Options

Although you can get into the base Volkswagen SportWagen for around $22,000, spend a few thousand more for the SE trim level and you get a ton of cool features. An expansive sunroof, heated windshield washers, rain-sensing wiper, fog lamps, heated front seats that recline at the touch of a button and push button start are just some of the added goodies that come with the higher trim package. Although the current SportWagen doesn’t have an all-wheel drive option, the SportWagen Alltrack will fill that need for the 2017 model year. Check out the inventory of Golf SportWagens by taking a trip to Chapman VW Tucson.

VW Jetta

Apps, Bluetooth, Safety Come for Less Than $20K

The “New York Daily News” has listed the 2016 VW Jetta to their “Best New Cars for Teens” list, citing its wide range of available technology at an affordable price tag. The Jetta 1.4T has a package that adds a complete app suite of tech items, including streaming Bluetooth, rear camera and a Top Safety Pick + award from the International Institute for Highway Safety. At less than $20,000 for this package that includes an automatic transmission, the Jetta is a good bet for young drivers who need fun, dependable transportation that doesn’t look like grandma’s car. Drive the new Jetta today by taking a trip to Chapman VW Tucson.

Jetta Comes in Seven Different Trim Packages

If you like a menu with lots of choices, you’ll love the wide disparity of trim packages available on the VW Jetta. The sedan comes in seven different trim packages, including the base “S” model and a premium SEL hybrid. The 1.4L 4-cylinder engine on the “S” package is more powerful than previous models, delivering 150 horsepower and a combined 32 mpg for city and highway driving. The Hybrid also comes with a 1.4L engine, but has an electric motor that ups the combined mileage to 44 mpg while producing 170 horsepower.

VW Upgrades Jetta for 2016

Buyers of this year’s model Jetta receive a number of significant upgrades, including but not limited to the new engine. The 2016 VW Jetta now has a standard automatic post-collision braking system, as well as a touchscreen audio and communication system on even the most base model. Other models include automatic headlights, rain-sensing windshield wipers and driver assistance safety features such as adaptive cruise control and automatic emergency braking. Other sensor-based safety features include blind spot monitoring, rear traffic alert and parking assistance. The sensor-based safety systems are another step on the path to a future where driverless cars are common on the roadways.

Special Offers Make Jetta More Affordable

Head to Chapman VW Tucson soon and qualified buyers can take advantage of a number of different offers that make the Jetta even more affordable than ever. The Jetta S has a lease package that only costs $149 a month for 36 months. Credit-worthy buyers can also get a 1.9 percent interest rate on a 60-month buy. Recent graduates can take advantage of another VW program to get $500 off the Jetta of their choice. See Chapman VW Tucson for more details on these outstanding offers.