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If your family enjoys looking for adventures off the beaten path, the new VW Golf Alltrack is the perfect vehicle for some summer fun. With 4Motion all-wheel drive, increased ground clearance and plenty of room for the kids and the dog, the Alltrack makes driving off-road fun again. Test drive the new Alltrack today at Chapman VW Tucson.

4Motion Gives You Power Where Needed

VW’s patented 4Motion all-wheel drive system keeps the Golf Alltrack moving when the going gets tough. By transferring the power between the front and rear axles as needed, 4Motion creates a power move that makes the Alltrack a formidable opponent for challenging trails. The 4Motion system also works in concert with other technology, such as the Electronic Differential Lock, to minimize wheel slippage and keep you moving in the right direction. With features such as Hill Descent Control, which keeps you in command while going down treacherous steep inclines, the Alltrack helps inexperienced off-road drivers tackle the toughest trails.

Powered by Turbocharged Motor

The VW Golf Alltrack is powered by a peppy 1.8L turbocharged motor that has plenty of oomph when needed but still earns 32 miles per gallon out on the highway. With 170 horsepower and 199 pound-feet of torque, this mighty little engine delivers when called upon to conquer the toughest hills.

No Reason You Can’t be Comfortable

Just because the Alltrack is an extremely capable off-road vehicle, there’s no need to leave sophistication behind. With a suite of communication technology and an available Fender Premium Audio System, you can enjoy the finer things in life even when you’re in a remote off-road location. While you get in touch with nature, you can stay in touch with the real world through the VW Car-Net App-Connect that lets you use a limited number of smartphone apps via the touchscreen infotainment system. Dual-zone automatic climate control and thickly bolstered seats provide a level of comfort not seen in most off-road vehicles.

Safety Comes First with Alltrack

Whether you’re battling urban traffic or trying to conquer a steep incline, the VW Golf Alltrack is equipped with award-winning safety technology and design. The Alltrack earned a 5-star rating, the most available, from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. When equipped with the front assist driver safety feature, it also earned a Top Safety Pick designation from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. See all the features that make the Alltrack a top choice for daily driving and weekend adventures when you visit Chapman VW Tucson today.

New Atlas Goes Big and Goes Home

There’s an old saying, “go big or go home.” The new VW Atlas does both, offering a large SUV that’s fun to drive and capable of carrying your whole crew home, or wherever your adventures might take you. The new Atlas is big enough to handle everything from a summer trip to the daily car pool, with seven seats and a comfortable third row that doesn’t feel like you’ve been relegated to a storage compartment. With a new 6-year, 72,000-mile warranty covering any problems from bumper-to-bumper, the new Atlas can be your go-to transportation solution for years to come. See it and take a test drive at Chapman VW Tucson.

Big on Size, Big on Features

Don’t think that the new Atlas is just a cavernous vehicle with no technology or creature comforts. VW’s latest offering to the SUV market has tons of technology and features to make your daily ride more enjoyable. When your hands are full and your key is in your pocket or purse, just kick below the power lift gate to watch it magically open. Multi-zone climate control, a panoramic sunroof and reclining second row seats keep everyone comfortable and entertained. Heated and ventilated front seats, 17 strategically-placed cupholders and easy access to the third row will all help make the Atlas your favorite vehicle. An 8-inch touchscreen that lets you stream music, podcasts, audio books and stay connected to the world is the brains behind the beefy brawn of the Atlas. The VW Digital Cockpit is another breakthrough that lets you personalize the information you want to see in your instrument cluster, from speed and temperature to navigation and altitude.

Safety Features Abound

The new Atlas has an entire suite of available safety features to help ensure you and your precious cargo get home in one piece. Pedestrian monitoring utilizes a sensor to alert you if a person is about to step into your path. If you don’t respond, the Atlas brakes automatically. Blind spot monitoring alerts you to vehicles in those troublesome areas on either side of the vehicle where you can’t see. Rear traffic alert has sensors that alert you to vehicles crossing behind as you back up, while adaptive cruise control keeps a safe distance between you and the car in front. Other safety features include park distance control, parking steering assistant and lane departure warning.

Plenty of Power for Recreational Towing

Need to take the boat to the lake or a trailer up to your favorite campsite? When properly equipped, the VW Atlas is rated to tow up to 5,000 pounds, or more than enough for most recreational needs. Initially offered with a 276-horsepower V6 that earns a rating of 25 mpg on the highway, the Atlas will also come with the option of a 2.0L turbocharged engine in the near future. Explore the Atlas today by visiting Chapman VW Tucson.

If you’re heading to the coast this summer for a yearly vacation, there are few better ways to get there than to drive a sporty VW Beetle Convertible. Now available for a test drive at Chapman VW Tucson, the Beetle convertible is affordable, sporty and a hoot on the highway. Imagine yourself driving up the coast with the top down and the wind in your hair while jealous minivan drivers wistfully watch and wish they were you.

Friendly Beetle Now Tech Savvy

While the friendly VW Beetle convertible still resembles the flower-power Bug of the 1960s, technology-wise this is an entirely different animal. With a power top that gently lowers the soft roof into its storage space, Bi-Xenon headlamps, modern gauges, and a 6-speed automatic transmission that lets you go into manual mode when you want to sow some wild oats, the new Beetle is a people’s car for the modern age. Powered by a 1.8L Turbo engine that has plenty of kick when you need it while still achieving 33 mpg on the highway, the Beetle Convertible has the zip to back up it’s sassy design. An infotainment system with VW Car-Net App-Connect lets you stream your favorite tunes, podcast or summer audio book while still maintaining connectivity with the outside world. Choose the premium 400-watt Fender Audio system and you’ll be the coolest cat on the beach, pumping out sounds to the beat of the crashing surf.

VW Engineers Didn’t Forget About Safety

Although the new VW Beetle Convertible is undoubtedly one of the coolest cars on the planet, the engineers didn’t forget to add an abundance of safety features. A rear-view camera pops out from under the VW badge on the back to help you avoid any unforeseen obstacles. Blind spot monitoring alerts you to objects in those areas that you often miss when changing lanes. VW’s Car-Net not only helps you find your Beetle in the massive parking lot at Disneyland, but also calls for help in the event of an emergency.

This is One Rigid Convertible

When it came to designing the new VW Beetle Convertible, the engineers took the rigidity up a couple of notches when compared to other soft-tops. Logically, convertibles are usually never as strong as hardtops for obvious reasons: hardtops have a solid roof with support structures helping to keep the two sides together. VW engineers sharpened their pencils and created a design with a protective safety cage in the Beetle Convertible, creating crash crumple zones while increasing the stability of the body. The net result is a safer convertible that helps protect the occupants during a crash. If it’s time for you to let your hair down and have a little fun, head to Chapman VW Tucson and take a test drive in the sport VW Beetle Convertible.

To celebrate Volkswagen enthusiasts everywhere, the automaker recently unveiled a fleet of five show vehicles at an event in Savannah, Georgia. The VW Beetle, Jetta, Golf GTI, Golf R and Golf Alltrack all received a facelift with some impressive aftermarket accessories. Personalize your VW by visiting the aftermarket department of Chapman VW Tucson.

BMX Rider Inspires Beetle Concept

Alise Post, a title-holding BMX rider, was the inspiration behind the Beetle Post Concept. With two BMX bikes affixed to a roof rack, the VW Beetle proves to be the perfect vehicle to transfer your equipment for a Sunday ride. Mr. Drama Queen wheels provided some flair, while a special coil suspension system lowered the stance and made the friendly Beetle look a bit more aggressive. Designers added some special Habanero Orange paint and special lettering to round out the look.

Nardo Grey Jetta Offers Stealth Appearance

The Jetta GLI is a popular VW model, both for its performance and looks. The GLI delivers unexpected driving dynamics, so the designers went for more of a stealth appearance. They borrowed the Nardo grey paint color from Audi, which accentuates the lines of the vehicle while still remaining subdued. As this car moves from show to show, it will feature different sets of wheels.

Three Versions of Golf Make Fleet

The VW Golf Lineup is one of the most versatile in the VW domain, so it makes sense that three different models made the fleet concept lineup. The Golf GTI RS Concept utilizes a Rocket Bunny wide body kit to deliver a more muscular stance. A stripped down interior screams “race car,” but the aluminum trim, racing seats and other accents are true to the exterior look. Vossen wheels and a Thule carrier box round out the presentation.

The German flag is honored in the Golf R Heritage Concept, with a unique pin striping dissecting a circled racing number. A lower accent stripe grounds the look of the car, which also utilizes Vossen wheels. A lowered sport package brings the center of gravity down, helping reduce body roll when powering around hairpin corners.

The Golf Alltrack Country Concept starts with the newest member of the Golf family. The Alltrack already has the clearance and all-wheel drive necessary to take on trails, but the Concept Vehicle adds another 2-inch lift. Fifteen-inch wheels with all-terrain tires add to the beefy look of this vehicle. You can take a look at all the concept vehicles here to give you some ideas on how to modify your own VW. Check in with the aftermarket pros at Chapman VW Tucson for the best way to personalize your vehicle.

One-size Atlas Fits All

Tired of making choices between the kids, the dog and a week’s worth of groceries? Head to Chapman VW Tucson to check out the new big kid on the block, the VW Atlas. Whether it’s your turn to drive the carpool or the family is heading out for a weekend adventure up on the Mogollon Rim, the Atlas full-size SUV has the room and the power to make any trip memorable.

Seven People Travel in Style

You’ll no longer have to make multiple trips to get everyone to the soccer game on time when you have the new VW Atlas. With room for seven adults to sit comfortably, the Atlas makes long trips less exhausting. There are plenty of amenities to keep everyone happy, including two rear USB charging ports, a Fender Premium Sound System with 12 speakers, and an 8 inch touchscreen to control all the music and communication. VW’s new digital cockpit is a revolutionary way for the driver to control what vehicle information he or she sees, all on a 12.3-inch high definition display.

This VW Has Plenty of Power

Initially, the Atlas comes with a 3.6L V6 engine that provides 276 horsepower and an ample 266 pound-feet of torque. That’s enough for a 5,000-pound tow rating, or more than enough for most recreational camping and boat trailers. You also have your choice of front-wheel drive with precise handling or the VW 4MOTION all-wheel drive system that allows you to choose your driving mode.

Safety First, As Always

As always with VW, safety comes first. With the new VW Atlas, safety starts on the inside with a safety cage that features front and rear crumple zones to protect the passengers. Seven different stability enhancing systems, such as electronic stability control and electronic brake pressure distribution, help you keep control of the Atlas when conditions get rough. An Intelligent Crash Response System shuts off the fuel pump, unlocks the doors and turns on the four-way flashers in the event of a collision. Available driver assistance features that help you avoid collisions includes blind spot monitoring, rear traffic alert, park distance control, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning and an overhead view camera. Park steering assist helps you maneuver the large VW Atlas into even the tightest parking space.

Welcome to America’s Best Warranty

Volkswagen is so confident in the new Atlas that it offers an unheard-of 6-year, 72,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty. That’s double the warranty of most manufacturers. See why the VW Atlas is the next big thing in the SUV market when you take a test drive at Chapman VW Tucson.